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Paul Herman died at the age of 76.

Paul Herman, a Brooklyn native who featured in “The Sopranos” and “Goodfellas,” passed away on his 76th birthday on Tuesday.

The cause of death hasn’t been revealed yet.

Michael Imperioli, a former “Sopranos” castmate, confirmed Herman’s death in an Instagram post, calling him “simply a lovely person.”

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“A first-rate storyteller and raconteur, as well as a fantastic actor… “I am grateful we got to spend some time together before he left us,” Imperioli, who portrayed Christopher Moltisanti in the blockbuster HBO series, wrote in the emotional homage to Paulie, who resided around the street from him for the previous several years.

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“I’m going to miss him.” “To his family, friends, and the community of performers and filmmakers, my heartfelt condolences.”

Herman was most recognized for his role in “The Sopranos” as Peter “Beansie” Gaeta, a heroin dealer turned pizza restaurant and club owner.

Lorraine Bracco, who portrayed Jennifer Melfi, Tony Soprano’s psychiatrist, paid homage to her co-star on Twitter as well.

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