Frank Vincent Dies of Heart Problems, HBO The Sopranos Star

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Frank Vincent of HBO Sopranos fame has passed away at the age of 78. He was suffering from heart problems, according to TMZ.

Frank Vincent started his career in the 1970s, and he collaborated with people like Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci. He wasn't as widely known as the other two, but he was known in Hollywood circles, and he was extremely highly respected.

Vincent was involved with Martin Scorsese on several projects, including films like Raging Bull, Goodfellas, and Casino.

Vincent also did several other projects, including a rap video and voices for video games, like Grand Theft Auto.

Vincent also wrote a book entitled A Guy's Guide to Being a Man's Man. In total, Vincent acted in nearly 100 movies and TV shows.

According to The Squander, Frank Vincent was not as wealthy as some of his contemporaries, like Martin Scrosese and Robert De Niro, but he had a successful run with HBO, and he made money from other ventures, such as his book.

In total, The Squander estimates that Vincent's net worth at death was $8 million. Scorsese, in contrast, is estimated to be worth up to $100 million.

It is not clear who will be the beneficiary of Vincent's estate.