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Marcu Morello is the main antagonist in the videogame Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven (At least for the first three quarters before Don Salieri takes over) as well as the 2020 remake Mafia: Definitive Edition. Marcu Morello was the former capo of the now disbanded Peppone Crime Family, alongside his best friend Ennio Salieri. After Don Peppone died during a failed deal, Morello and Salieri blamed each other and started their own families. He had more success than Salieri on the underworld, but his greed and pride eventually led to his downfall.

In the original game, he was voiced by John Doman who also voiced Caesar in Fallout: New Vegas and portrayed Jonah Vogelbaum in The Boys, while in the remake he is voiced by Saul Stein.


Morello was born on December 31, 1877, in either Lost Heaven or Sicily. At some point, Morello became a close friend of Don Salieri and both served as Don Peppone's two most trusted caporegimes. However, about 43 years later in 1921, Don Peppone was killed in a deal gone awry and Morello and Salieri blamed each other for the death of the Don. They decided to split Lost Heaven into two sections: while Morello operated in the East Side of Lost Heaven, Salieri operated in Little Italy.

Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven

Morello eventually became the most powerful mobster in the city, greatly helped by his brother Sergio Morello Jr. and his connection to the city's councilor, Roberto Ghillotti. He broke the truce he had with Salieri by expanding on Salieri's territory and thus, causing a bloody gang war between the two families. After Tommy Angelo killed Sergio on orders from Salieri, Morello's situation started to go to hell, with him destroying almost everything he owned with his overly brutal ways.


Morello's plane falls and explodes in the jungle.

Morello's mob was eventually overwhelmed by Salieri's, and three hitmen: Sam, Tommy and Paulie were sent to assassinate him during the Othello opera play. The play ended earlier than expected, and Morello escaped the house in his bulletproof car and attempted to escape by plane and skip town. The three hitmen then chased him and eventually shot down his plane, killing him.


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Tommy Angelo | Ennio Salieri | Sam | Paulie | Don Morello | Sergio Morello Jr. | Louie | Vito Scaletta | Joe Barbaro

Mafia II
Vito Scaletta | Joe Barbaro | Leo Galante | Henry Tomasino | Carlo Falcone | Brian O'Neill | Derek Pappalardo | Frank Vinci | Alberto Clemente | Eddie Scarpa | Luca Gurino | Steve Coyne | Sidney Pen | Mickey Desmond | Zhe Yun Wong

Mafia II: Joe’s Adventures
Joe Barbaro | Rocco

Mafia II: The Betrayal of Jimmy and Mafia II: Jimmy's Vendetta
Jimmy | Elroy Tussle | Eddie Fu | Sal Gravina | Judge Hillwood

Mafia III
Lincoln Clay | John Donovan | Cassandra | Thomas Burke | Vito Scaletta | Joe Barbaro | Leo Galante | Marcano Crime Family | Sal Marcano | Giorgi Marcano | Uncle Lou | Tommy Marcano | Olivia Marcano | Roman Barbieri | Tony Derazio | Michael Grecco | Frank Pagani | Nino Santangelo | Enzo Conti | Ritchie Doucet | Remy Duvall | Cornelius Holden | Walter Jacobs | Baka

Mafia III: Faster, Baby!
Lincoln Clay | Walter Beaumont

Mafia III: Stones Unturned
Lincoln Clay | John Donovan | Connor Aldridge

Mafia III: Sign of the Times
Lincoln Clay | Bonnie Harless

Mafia: Definitive Edition
Tommy Angelo | Ennio Salieri | Sam Trapani | Paulie Lombardo | Don Morello | Sergio Morello Jr. | Lou | Dino | Vito Scaletta | Joe Barbaro

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