Joe Piscopo is an actor, comedian, writer, and producer from the United States.
Piscopo is most remembered for his appearances on the NBC sketch comedy series "Saturday Night Live" (1980–1984), when he did impersonations of luminaries including Frank Sinatra and Bruce Springsteen.
He has appeared in over 30 films and TV shows, including "Johnny Dangerously" (1984), "Wise Guys" (1986), and "Dead Heat" (1988).
Joe also acted in and produced the films "The Joe Piscopo Special" (1984), "The Joe Piscopo New Jersey Special" (1986), and "Joe Piscopo: A Night at Club Piscopo" (1987). (2012).
He is the host of the "Joe Piscopo Morning Show" on the New York City radio station AM 970, and he played Vince Fontaine in the 1994 Broadway version of "Grease." Piscopo was honored by the New Jersey Hall of Fame in 2013.
Joe Piscopo's net worth is currently estimated at $3 million.
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Joe Piscopo had two wives.
His first wife is Nancy Jones. They married in 1973 and divorced in 1988.
He married Kimberly Driscoll in 1997, but divorced her in 2006.
Children: Joe Piscopo has 2 daughters, Alexandra Piscopo, Olivia Piscopo and 2 sons, Michael Piscopo, Joey Piscopo.
Joe Piscopo’s father is Joseph P. Piscopo.
Joe Piscopo’s mother is Edith Piscopo.
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