Vincent Piazza is the co-star of HBO’s "Boardwalk Empire" (Lucky Luciano) whose breakthrough performance in Stephanie Daley received a 2006 Sundance Grand Jury nomination, where it won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award. A native New Yorker, Piazza’s credits include "The Sopranos" (Hernan O’Brien), "Law & Order" (Peter Harris), and "Rocket Science," for which he received three Independent Spirit Award nominations and an additional Sundance Grand Jury nomination in 2007.
What would the title of your autobiography be?
It would probably be a headstone reading: “All That, For This?” or “Ahh, I Finally Get It Now.”
What can’t you travel without and why?
I can’t travel without a good sense of fun. I don’t enjoy travel when it’s regimented and over-scheduled. It tends to steal those magic moments… At least that’s been my experience.
Where is your favorite travel destination?
Europe in general is extraordinary.
If you could choose one person to show you “their New York City,” who would it be and why?
Any civil servant… I think it would be awesome to see a side of the city (how it works and functions) that most of us take for granted.
RAINES LAW ROOM
THE STARTING LINE
In Chelsea - the best for casual menswear.
LOWER EAST SIDE TENEMENT MUSEUM
MUST DO NYC RECOMMENDATION
WANDER THE LOWER EAST SIDE
Spend some time on the Lower East Side! Great shopping and great food