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There was more than it would cost to do the repairs. But I didn't for a minute think about their offer. I didn't want to join some criminals, even if they had all the money in the world. It's better to be poor and alive than rich and dead, right? I was gonna get my cab repaired and try to forget it all as soon as possible. As my mother always said: You can never predict what God has in store for you.
~ Tommy Angelo's narration prior to his days as a mafioso.

Thomas "Tommy" Angelo is the villain protagonist in Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven. He reappeared as a minor character in Mafia II. Tommy worked for the Salieri Crime Family in Lost Heaven. However, after the ending of Mafia I, Tommy ratted out the Salieri Crime Family to the Feds and went into exhile in Empire Bay. Because he ratted to the Feds, Vito Scaletta and Joe Barbaro, from the Falcone Crime Family in Empire Bay are ordered to assassinate Tommy.

He was voiced by Michael Sorvino.

History

Background

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1930

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1932

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1933

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1935

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1938

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Aftermath & Death

(Vito Scaletta: Mr. Angelo?) I... yes? (Vito Scaletta: Mr. Salieri sends his regards.) *gunshot*
~ Vito Scaletta to Tommy Angelo before Joe Barbaro and himself kill him.
In 1938 Tommy testified against the Salieri crime family in order to protect himself and his family. Many of the thugs were imprisoned and got the chair, and Salieri himself got life in prison. Tommy was made to serve eight years in a confined cell for his own protection. He was released in 1946 and reunited with his wife and daughter, and they were moved to Empire Bay with new identities. Tommy took up a job with a cab company in the city.

In 1951 – 13 years after betraying the Salieri family - Tommy watered his garden until two men pulled up at the side of the road and got out. The two men approached Tommy and asked for "Mr. Angelo". Tommy replied "yes" and one of the men replied "Mr. Salieri sends his regards". The other man pulled out a gun and shot Tommy point blank in the chest. As Tommy lay on the ground dying, the two men got into their car and pulled off.

Missions

Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven

As the player character and protagonist he appears in all of the missions.

Mafia II

  • Chapter 14: Stairway to Heaven.

Navigation

           

Mafialogo Villains

Mafia
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

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 | Tam Brodie | 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 | 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

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