Larry Mazza is renowned as an actor, author, former member of the mafia society, and gym trainer. He is currently working as Gym Trainer and aspiring actor. Mazza is known for “The Irishman,” “I Lived with a Killer,” and “I Married a Mobster.”

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Full NameLarry Mazza
Date of Birth1961
Birth PlaceBrooklyn, New York
FatherLawrence Sr.
MotherJoan
ProfessionActor, Author,
Former Member of the Mafia Society,
Gym Trainer
Age61 years old
Weight62 kg
Height5 feet 10 inches
NationalityAmerican
ZodiacGemini
EthnicityWhite
Body MeasurementN/A
Eye ColorBlue
Hair ColorGreyish-white
Relationship StatusMarried
Spouse Kelly Guion (m. 2012-present),
Linda Schiro
Christine (m. 1991)
ChildrenLawrence Mazza
Net Worth$650k

Early Life & Age

Larry Mazza was born in 1961 in Brooklyn, New York. As of 2022, he is 61 years old, and his zodiac sign is Gemini. Mazza is the son of Lawrence Sr. (father), a firefighter, and Joan (mother), a bank employee. He holds American nationality and a Greyish White ethnicity.

Talking about his educational background, he attended Catholic school with his sibling and participated in sports in high school.

Larry Mazza went to John Jay College of Criminal Justice for a semester. He wanted to become a firefighter like his father, a Fire Department of the City of New York (FDNY) lieutenant, but unfortunately, he became a mobster.

Body Measurement

Larry Mazza stands at 5 feet 10 inches and weighs 62 kg. He has blue eyes and greyish-white hair. Unfortunately, Larry has not shared his body measurements.

Larry Mazza
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Career

Larry Mazza started his career as a mobster after being introduced to organized crime by his then-girlfriend, Linda Schiro. The latter was also the spouse of mobster Gregory “The Grim Reaper” Scarpa. Larry met Linda while working as a department store delivery boy, and she captivated him, and they soon fell in love. Linda’s husband approved of their affair, which lasted ten years.

Larry Mazza’s mobster career ended when he was shot in the eye and eventually in Florida, where he had sought asylum. Instead, he was imprisoned for eleven years in northern jails before being freed in 2001. While in prison, he kept a journal detailing his life as a mobster, which he later transformed into a book. In December 2016, his book, “The Life: A Brooklyn Boy is Seduced into the Dark World of the Mafia,” was published.

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Larry Mazza is currently working as a consultant actor who features in mafia documentaries or auditions for mob-related characters. His most recent appearance was a 2019 Mafia movie alongside Robert De Niro, directed by Martin Scorsese. He also worked as a technical advisor. In 2011, he appeared in a TV documentary, “I Married a Mobster.”

Larry Mazza works as an actor, author, and gym trainer. Mazza owns a gym on Merritt Island. In addition, he also provided acting advice to Robert De Niro.

How did Larry Mazza get involved in the Dark Mafia World?

Before he started his work as a mobster, he worked as a delivery boy in Brooklyn-based Danza’s supermarket when he met an elegant woman in her 30s, Linda Schiro. Linda was his customer who offered soft drinks after he delivered her groceries.

Linda unexpectedly asked him if he would fool around. He later told the New York Post that her question struck him as almost insulting since he had never seen any girl that feisty. “So I told, ‘Of course, I fool around – what do you think, I’m gay?” According to him, Schiro then laughed and asked if he would like to meet her later. He returned that night and immediately got attracted to him.

“She was wearing this one-piece, black jumpsuit. She had beautiful eyes, very Italian-looking. Linda put a bottle of wine out and some M&M’s. They had a few glasses. Next, we were on the couch getting hot and heavy,” he told the New York Post.

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Larry Mazza knew little about Schiro and her husband. Linda was married to Gregory ‘The Grim Reaper’ Scarpa, one of the bosses of the Colombo Crime Family. He reportedly boasted that he “stopped counting” after murdering 50 people during his murderous tenure as a capo in the Colombo family.

Linda was not only Scarpa’s wife but also the mother of his son, Greg Jr., and his mentor, a business partner with whom he talked about the Colombo strategy. His newfound girlfriend insisted on introducing him to Scarpa. “She said, ‘He can do many things for you. “He said: “I want you to be successful. Linda then exposed him to Scarpa and eventually introduced him to the gangster world.

The trio went to dinner, where Scarpa told Mazza he had a supply company that served fire extinguishers. Next, he landed him a job in sales. Though the new job worked out for a while, the business soon fell apart, and Mazza found himself in no man’s land. She then suggested to her husband that Scarpa gets into the number business.

Larry Mazza quickly got a job as a debt collector at a racetrack. Mazza would collect number slips as players plunked down a dollar to win $500, with the daily drawing based on racetrack results. Soon after, he arises in the position of enforcer, making people pay their debts.

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Any stores that put lottery machines face punishment. He said one got a truck driven through their shopfront, and another got visits from them without payments. The lessons eventually turned to murders. Mazza said he got involved in murder through baby steps-the first one when it dropped him off, the next one he grabbed, and the next time he brought a shovel.

Later, he brutally beat Scarpa’s livery car for trying to make out with Schiro’s 14-year-old daughter as he took her to Prospect Park instead of school. Meanwhile, his fling with Schiro has carried on. Larry and Linda’s affair lasted ten years and was even accepted by Scarpa.

“I wound up in the Colombo family as a soldier,” he claimed, admitting he was involved in the attacks and bashings. Then, in 1991, the Colombo family broke into two sections, and they went to war, which meant “kill or be killed.” The fight was between underboss Victor Orena and patriarch Carmine Persico, who was a prisoner.

Larry Mazza had long been loyal to Persico, so he and Mazza’s friend Jimmy Delmastro went on a mission to terminate any Orena loyalist they could find. He said he woke up every day for eight months to go looking for people to kill. No one was killed, but a duo of weeks before Christmas 1991, Greg’s crew brought down a major Oreno loyalist, Vinnie Fusaro.

Larry said they were passing by the social club where Vinnie’s guys would hang out and saw Vinnie’s car. Fusaro was in his driveway, hanging Christmas lights on the garage, when Greg shot him behind the ear with his army type of shotgun, an M52. He said Scarpa shot Vinnie twice more, in the neck and the body.

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Another repellent killing was that of Orena’s top lieutenants, Nicholas “Nicky Black” Grancio. The group made its move, picking up Grancio’s Toyota Land Cruiser at Avenue U in Brooklyn. Larry said he knew Grancio was in the car, and his nephew was in the passenger seat. The group was in a sedan, and they had a big walkie-talkie, coffee cups in the window, and a blue police siren. He believed Grancio did not notice them because he was convinced it was the law.

Larry Mazza had the shotgun stolen from a police car in Lakewood, New Jersey. When he said to get Grancio, Mazza said he opened his window and pulled out the shotgun. “So I opened my window and pulled out the shotgun.” I was close enough that I could have smacked him. Instead, I aimed behind his ear and saw his whole face fly off, including his nose, and hit the windscreen. It was chilling.”

Larry’s career ended as a mobster when he was shot in the eye and eventually in Florida, where he had to seek refuge. Mazza had been involved in 25 murder plans by the end of his mobster career, four of which he directly fired the deadly shot.

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She, also known as the “Grim Reaper” or “Mad Hatter,” is thought to have murdered around 120 people before his death in 1994. Greg died of AIDS after contracting the disease through a blood transfusion for a bleeding ulcer, despite insisting on using his crew’s blood. A contaminated steroid needle had infected him.

Shortly before his death, she had acted as an FBI agent for three decades, even when he was a Mafia criminal lord.

Larry Mazza, who served a life sentence in prison for racketeering, murder, gambling, and other counts, was shocked by the news of Scarpa’s death. Mazza had been faithful to Scarpa for years and was perplexed when he learned of his dual life. Nevertheless, he was jailed for nine years.

Relationships/ Dating/ Kids

Larry Mazza is a happily married person. He married Kelly Guion. Larry usually posts pictures with his wife. The duo tied a knot in 2012. Currently, the couple lives in Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach with his son, Lawrence Mazza. Lawrence is also an actor.

Previously, he married Linda. After that, he started dating Christine. She is a hairdresser. Christine and Larry met at a salon. Larry married Christine in 1991 after he divorced Linda. The duo has a son named Lawrence Mazza II.

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Social Media

Larry Mazza is active on his social media accounts. He is active on his social media accounts like Instagram and Twitter. Mazza gathered over 1.4k followers on his Instagram and 12 followers on his Twitter.

Net Worth

Larry Mazza is renowned as an actor, author, and gym trainer. He has done a great job and amassed a decent amount of money throughout his career. Mazza’s estimated net worth is around $650k.

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