Making of The Mob: New York is a special event miniseries chronicling the historical roots of the original Five Families, that will follow the rise of Charles “Lucky” Luciano, Meyer Lansky, Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel and other notorious gangsters from their beginnings as a neighborhood gang of teenagers to becoming the murderous entrepreneurs and bootleggers who turned the Mafia into an American institution.
Rich Graff is an actor best known for The Making of The Mob: New York.
Born Salvatore Lucania in Sicily, Charles “Lucky” Luciano was one of the most powerful and enduring kingpins of the modern American mafia. At the peak of his career, from 1931-1936, he dominated the New York City underworld of illegal gambling, bookmaking, loan-sharking, drug trafficking and extortion. He was involved with labor unions and controlled the New York docks, among other key local industries. And he cut a dashing figure in New York society, sporting custom shirts, natty suits and, underneath it all, silk underwear.
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