Albert Anastasia (pronounced ah-nah-STAH-zee-ah) (born Umberto Anastasio, September 1902 – October was one of the most ruthless and feared Cosa Nostra mobsters in American history. A founder of the American Mafia, Anastasia ran Murder, Inc.
Jacob "Gurrah" Shapiro (May 1899 – June was a New York mobster who, with his partner Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, controlled industrial labor racketeering in New York for two decades and established the Murder, Inc.
Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano (born March is a former underboss of the Gambino crime family. He is known as the man who helped bring down John Gotti, the family's boss, by agreeing to become a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) government witness.
Albert Anastasia 1902-1957, Was Boss Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett
Carlo "Don Carlo" Gambino was a Sicilian-American mobster and former boss of the Gambino crime family, which is still named after him. After the 1957 Apalachin Convention, he enexpectedly seized control of the Commission of the American Mafia.
Michael "Trigger Mike" Coppola was a New York City mobster who became a caporegime of the Street Crew, with the Genovese crime family. Coppola headed many Genovese family criminal operations from the late until the early
Frank "the Prime Minister" Costello was an Italian gangster and Mafia boss. Costello rose to the top of America's underworld, controlled a vast gambling empire across the United States and enjoyed political influence.
Charles "Lucky" Luciano, 1897 - 1962 was a Sicilian-born American mobster. Luciano is considered the father of modern organized crime in the United States for the establishment of the first Commission.
Alphonse Gabriel "Al" Capone was an American gangster who attained fame during the Prohibition era as the co-founder and boss of the Chicago Outfit. His seven-year reign as crime boss ended when he was 33 years old.