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Actor Paul Herman passed away on March 29, the day of his 76th birthday. At the time of this writing, Herman's cause of death has not been revealed to the public.
Herman had a lengthy filmography including classics like "The Color of Money," "The Last Temptation of Christ," and "Goodfellas.” He later enjoyed a brief run on "The Sopranos," where he'd play Peter "Beansie" Gaeta for a handful of episodes.
Herman was also a recurring presence on "Entourage" as Marvin from 2004 to 2010. Some of his final roles include; Randy from "Silver Linings Playbook," Alfonse Simone in "American Hustle," and Whispers DiTullio of "The Irishman."
Michael Imperioli, who starred alongside Herman in “The Sopranos,” took to Instagram to pay tribute to his late colleague and friend. He said in part, "I am glad we got to spend some time together before he left us. I'll miss him.”