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    MASH and Saturday Night Fever star Val Bisoglio’s 95. died at the age of

    Val Bisoglio. Photo Credit: Twitter @ValBisoglio

    Val Bisoglio. Photo Credit: Twitter @ValBisoglio

    American actor Val Bisoglio, who owned the industry as a character actor in films, theater and television for more than 50 years, has died. The actor passed away on October 18 at the age of 95.

    His wife Bonnie Bisoglio confirmed the news of his passing to Variety. Furthermore, although the news has been confirmed, the cause of the actor’s death was kept a secret. Many people attribute this to age-related disease. Bisoglio died at his residence in the mountains near Los Olivos, California.

    He began acting under the tutelage of Jeff Corey and appeared on the New York stage in productions such as Kiss Mama, A View from the Bridge and Wait to Dark, as well as New York City’s Shakespeare in the Park with Arthur Penn.

    Bisoglio began his career in the 1960s with a series of television shows. He rose to fame for his roles as a cook named Sgt. Sal Pernelli on MASH, followed by Danny Tovo in Quincy, ME and Murph in The Sopranos.

    The actor then played Frank, Sr., the father of Tony Manero in John Travolta’s Saturday Night Fever. She found love for her roles in films like Serpico, No Way to Treat a Lady, The Brotherhood, The Dawn is Dead and many more.

    Bisoglio was born in New York City on May 7, 1926. Baby Bisoglio was raised by his parents, who immigrated from the nearby towns of Monferrato in Alessandria, Italy.

    In the family of Bisoglio for 25 years his wife Bonnie B. Ray Bisoglio. The actor has two sons named Joseph Valentino Bisoglio and Sgt. Scott Chapman. He is married to Devon and Andrea respectively.

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