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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Market Travelability
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The Many Saints Of Newark’s
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Average Demand for The Many Saints Of Newark is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
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Good
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Outstanding
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Exceptional
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The Many Saints Of Newark ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means The Many Saints Of Newark has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

A look at the formative years of New Jersey gangster, Tony Soprano.

Country: United States

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: April 1, 2019

Also Known As: The Many Saints of Newark, Many Saints of Newark |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (18) |  See more »

Genres

Company Credits

Production Co: Chase Films, HBO Films |  See more »

Cast

Nicola Gabriele
as Club Waiter
Andrew Haserlat
as Band Teacher
Angelo Anthony Pizza
as Catholic School Boy
Marshall Axt
as Club Patron
Sean Kilkenny
as Protester/Rioter
Matthew Elam
as Ray Ray
Nicholas LaRocco
as Kid on Pier
Diodato Grisi
as Christmas Tree Salesman
David M Sandoval Jr.
as Police officer
Tatienne Hendricks-Tellefsen
as Paulie's Goomar
Alessandro Nivola
as Dickie Moltisanti
Nathan Rudd
as Gangster
Xan Aspero
as Bartender
Michael Imperioli
as Christopher Moltisanti
Alexander DeChino
as National Guardsmen
Germir Robinson
as Protester/Rioter
Joey Diaz
as Buddha
William Youmans
as Judge Lambert
Stephen Moscatello
as Old School Chef
Marianne Ferrari
as Female Neighbor
Ciarcia John
as Wiseguy
James P. Harkins
as Police Officer
Lizzy Plimpton
as Softball Parent #2
Bobby Favoretto
as US National Guard Soldier
Alexandra Intrator
as Teenage Janice Soprano
De'Jon Watts
as Landers
James Glorioso Jr.
as Police Officer
Michael Wren Gucciardo
as Bartender
Prema Cruz
as Wynetta
Timothy Foley
as Neighborhood Kid/Amusement Park Kid
Corey Stoll
as Junior Soprano
Lesli Margherita
as Iris Balducci
Amelia Fowler
as Candy Store Nurse
Stephanie Lynn Wilson
as Conference Attendee
Kevin D. Benton
as Black Panther
Jim Coniglione
as Tony's Relative
Mariana Parma
as Steam Ship Passenger
Justin Michael Woods
as Protester
Jodi Capeless
as Aunt Gemma
Billy Magnussen
as Paulie Walnuts
William Ludwig
as Young Tony Soprano
Bobbie Peterson
as Mob Wife
Andrea Ryan
as Mob WIfe
Milton Roy
as Dickie Moltisanti antagonist Rock thrower
Kent Sladyk
as Wise Guy
Matt Grossman
as Drummer
Marko Caka
as Italian Club Member
Matthias Sebastiun Garry
as Harold's Friend
Patricia Squire
as Old Auntie
Michael Randazzese
as National Guard
Joey Catalano
as Bookie/Wise Guy
Melina Lanza
as Mob Girl
Luke Trevisan
as Schoolboy
Dessy Hinds
as Tabernacle Band #3
Chris LaPanta
as Army Recruiter
Michael Kaves
as Funeral Wiseguy #1
Carrie Compere
as Crying Mother
Simonas Zmuidzinas
as State Trooper
Malinda Sass
as Mob Kid
Ray Liotta
as 'Hollywood Dick' Moltisanti/Salvatore 'Sally' Moltisanti
Robert Vincent Montano
as Teenage Artie Bucco
Nick Denning
as Assassin
GeNye Robinson
as Amusement Park Kid
John Ruggiero
as Johnny Bookie/Wise Guy
Matteo Russo
as Young Artie Bucco
Maliq Johnson
as Kevin
Rachael Ma
as Mobster Girlfriend
Floyd Anthony Johns Jr.
as Rioter #13
Daryl Edwards
as Julius
Michael Iacono
as Mob Kid
Lexie Foley
as Barbara Soprano
Rob Colletti
as Julie DeRogatis
Joel Boyd
as Activist on Stage
Dante DiGiorgio
as Confirmation Kid
David Palmieri
as Clerk
Vinnie Costanza
as Teenage Boy
Lara Barbieri
as Neighborhood girl
CJ Fly
as Tabernacle Band #2
Chase Vacnin
as Teenage Jackie Aprile
Ryan Funigiello
as Waiter
Nicholas Suech
as Police officer
Germar Terrell Gardner
as Cyril
James Wosochlo
as Newark City Police
Talia Balsam
as Mrs. Jarecki
Jamaal Burcher
as Protester/Rioter
Michela De Rossi
as Giuseppina Moltisanti
Michael Zegarski
as Funeral Director
Ed Marinaro
as Jilly Ruffalo
Kathryn Kates
as Angie DeCarlo
Audrey Bennett
as Catholic School Girl
Matthew Iacono
as Mob Kid
Danny Schoch
as Chickie Sasso
Mason Bleu
as Leon Overall
Latoya Edwards
as Frank Lucas' Girlfriend
Casondra Sass
as Ice Cream Kid
Lauren DiMario
as Teenage Carmela De Angelis
Lori Pizzo
as Mob wife
Marie Smalley
as Moviegoer
Patina Miller
as Queen Isola
Suki Úna Rae
as Passenger
Erik Weiner
as Teacher
Eliana Maldonado
as Ice Cream Kid
Faron Salisbury
as National Guardsman #1
Ayodele Olatunji
as Tabernacle Band #1
Jake Cerny
as Kid in Park
Ohene Cornelius
as Taxi Driver
Smokey Sims
as Rioter Smokey
CJ Annunziata
as Confirmation guest
Chase Jewell
as Baseball Player
Jacopo Rampini
as Neopolitan man
Samson Moeakiola
as Pussy Bonpensiero
Stephanie Purpuri
as Goomar
Bryce Burke
as Ice Cream Truck Driver
Nick Vallelonga
as Carmine Cotuso
David Negri
as Mob Funeral wise guy
Quinn Fucci
as Neighborhood kid/Amusement Park kid
Scott Eliasoph
as Italian Immigrant on a Steamship
Nick DeMatteo
as Guitarist
Johnny Calabro
as Bookie
Vera Farmiga
as Livia Soprano
Aaron Joshua
as Jaleel
Julian Lerner
as Rico (Tony's Friend)
Sabrina Sass
as Ice Cream Kid
Adrienne Brammer
as Club Patron
Louis Vanaria
as Wise Guy
Jesse Schratz
as Italian Mob Kid
John Borras
as Bishop
Nygel Bush
as Fallen Son
Laurie Sheppard
as Building Manager
John Magaro
as Silvio Dante
Frantzdy Alexandre
as Conference Audience/Black Panther
Sasha Morfaw
as Frank Lucas' Female
Craig Geraghty
as Soprano Kids Copper
Phyllis Pastore
as Aunt Concetta
Jon Bernthal
as Johnny Soprano
Oberon K.A. Adjepong
as Frank Lucas
Lauren Yaffe
as Passenger
Roger Brenner
as Pedestrian
Jack Ronan Grindley
as School Band Drummer
Stella Chivee
as Frank Lucas' Daughter
Robert L. Anderson III
as Rioter
Michael Gandolfini
as Teenage Tony Soprano
Andrew Polk
as Taxi Passenger
Gabriella Piazza
as Joanne Moltisanti
Joe Symon
as Wise Guy
Leslie Odom Jr.
as Harold McBrayer
Mattea Conforti
as Young Janice Soprano
Ian Unterman
as Softball Parent #1
Reed Harlow-Grayce LaRocca
as Italian Mob Kid
Sam Labovitz
as Bruno
Spenser Granese
as Man in the Cowboy Hat
Edward Sass III
as Catholic School Student
Harry Adam
as Middle school student
Melanie Christine Leon-Soon
as Inmate's Daughter
Kevin D. McGee
as Police Officer
Alex Morf
as Police HQ Copper
Elle Graper
as Catholic School Girl

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