Bruce Macvittie Obituary: How Did Actor Bruce Macvittie Die?

Who was Bruce Macvittie?

Bruce MacVittie, a prolific New York stage actor who made his Broadway debut opposite Al Pacino in a 1983 production of David Mamet’s American Buffalo and became well-known to television viewers through roles on The Sopranos, Law & Order, and As The World Turns, died on May 7 in a New York City hospital.

Beginning his television career in 1981 with an appearance on Barney Miller, MacVittie went on to appear in a number of shows, including Miami Vice, The Equalize, Spencer For Hire, LA Law, The Stand, Homicide: Life on the Street, and Oz. In 2002, MacVittie began a recurring role as Danny Scalercio on The Sopranos.


Bruce Macvittie was 65 years old. He was born on October 14, 1956, in Providence, Rhode Island, United States.


Carol Ochs is the wife of Bruce Macvittie. The couple has 1 daughter named Sophia Oliva Ochs MacVittie.

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Bruce Macvittie Cause Of Death

Carol Ochs, MacVittie’s wife, confirmed his death to the New York Times on Thursday, claiming he died of an unexplained cause at a New York hospital.

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