Al Sapienza (born July 31, 1962) is an American actor who played five different characters in all three primary shows of the Law & Order franchise.
In addition to his roles on the Law & Order franchise, Sapienza voiced E.G. Halliwell in the Law & Order: Criminal Intent video game and guest-starred on the pilot episode of In Plain Sight as Frankie Santoro/Francis Amato.
Sapienza had numerous roles in television, stage and film productions. He's perhaps most recognized for his role as Mikey Palmice, Uncle Junior's right-hand man on "The Sopranos" and has had other recurring supporting roles on shows such as "Prison Break", "Brotherhood", "The Border", "Blue Bloods", "Person of Interest", "House of Cards", "Gotham" and the mini-series "Guns" (with Colm Feore) and "Ascension".
Sapienza has guest-starred on shows such as: "Alias", "The O.C.", "24", "CSI: Miami", "In Plain Sight", "Burn Notice", "The Firm", "The Casting Room", "Arrow", "Castle" and "Perception".
He has appeared in films such as both American versions of Godzilla (1998 and 2014 respectively) as well as Pretty Woman, Frankie and Johnny, Animal Instincts II, Ultimate Taboo, Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home, Mr. Stitch, Thick as Thieves, Silicon Towers, Blind Heat, The Hollywood Sign, Bomb the System, Back in the Day, Sharpshooter, Unrivaled, Margin Call, Stealing Roses, Please Kill Mr. Know It All, A Dark Truth, Blue Caprice and Million Dollar Arm.
|Scott Shea||Officer Tommie Cannizaro||Detective Pete Andretti|
|L&O: "Harm"||L&O: "Burn, Baby, Burn"||L&O: "Ain't No Love"|
|Flaherty's Attorney||ATF Supervisor|
|CI: "Country Crossover"||SVU: "Smoked"|