Brancato and another man were breaking into an apartment when the man shot Enchautegui'I said I don't think it would be a wise decision for me right now to play anything of violence, I don't think it sends the right message,' he told This is 50 as he explained his decision to take the job.'I wish I could just take it back and I could bring police officer Daniel back to life,' Brancato told ET after he left prison. Actor Chazz Palminteri offered a harsh rebuke to former protege Lillo Brancato: Don’t call me — and I won’t ever call you.Another one of his well-known roles was in the second season of the TV series “The Sopranos“ in which he portrayed the character of young mobster Matthew Bevilaqua.Lillo also landed a similar role in TV series “Falcone“ in 2000.Due to these circumstances, his career was interupted and damaged, which led to his significant wealth loss.
Brancato studied at Mount Saint Michael Academy before he was discovered at Jones Beach by a talent scout who thought he was a ’lookalike’ to actor Robert De Niro.Since Lillo was a big fan of De Niro himself and impressed the scout with his impression of the character from „Taxi Driver“, Brancato won the role of Calogero ’C’ Anello, De Niro character’s son in “A Bronx Tale“ (1993).Later during the ’90s, Lillo landed several other roles including in movies “Renaissance Man“ (1994) in which he starred next to Danny De Vito and Mark Wahlberg and “Crimson Tide“ (1995) in which he appeared with Gene Hackman and Denzel Washington.“Here’s a guy who was in the quintessential movie about not wasting your life and that’s exactly what he did,” said an exasperated Palminteri. Is an actor born on 30th August 1976 in Bogota, Colombia.Y., for a 2005 burglary, which resulted in the death of an off-duty police officer.