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Mobster Names

Mobster names have intrigued people for decades. There is a stereotype of mobsters that they are primarily of Italian descent and have names like Joe, Jack, Nick, Frank, Lou, Tony, Vinnie or some variation.

As you can see by the charts below the famous stereotype of these mobster names do have some merit. But, though many a gangster has a predictable name and heritage, I didn't want to limit this page to just this.

Below you will find real mobster names and nicknames along with future mobster names and famous nicknames that should be given at some point in time. Also I've listed bad mobster names that under no circumstances should ever be given to a self-respecting mafia-type. Enjoy the lists.


  Real Mobster
Names

Frankie Fraser
Jack McVitie
Archie Denham
Charlie Jaggar
Gerry Hutch
John Castagna
Joseph J. DiCarlo
Joseph E. Todaro
Tony Accardo
Samuzzo Amatuna
Sam Battaglia
Al Capone
Jack Cerone
William Daddano, Sr.
Ken Eto
Frank Fratto
Louis Fratto
Rocco Infelice
Nick LoCoco
Joe Lombardo, Sr.
Jack McGurn
Frank Nitti
Lester Joseph Gillis
Mario Smarrelli
Francesco Lucania
Ruggero Lucania
Benjamin Siegel
Anthony Fiato
Aladena Fratianno
Anthony Caponigro
Vincent Palermo
Joseph Zicarelli
Vincent Coll
Mike Coppola
Sammy Gravano
Thomas Lucchese
Salvatore Lucania
Vito Ricchiettore
John Gotti, Jr.

Real Mobster
Nicknames

Mad Frankie
Jack the Hat
Hacksaw
Fat Charlie
The Monk
Sonny
Jerry the Wolf
Lead Pipe Joe
Big Tuna
Smoots
Teets
Scarface
Jackie the Lackey
Willie Potatoes
Joe the Jap
One Ear
Cockeyed Louie
Rocky
The Stick
Joey the Clown
Machine Gun
The Enforcer
Baby Face Nelson
The Butcher
The Hammer
The Anvil
Bugsy
Tony the Animal
Jimmy the Weasel
Tony Bananas
Vinnie Ocean
Bayonne Joe
Mad Dog
Trigger Mike
The Bull
Three Finger Brown
Lucky Luciano
Frankie Blue Eyes
The Dapper Don

Good Mobster Nicknames
of the Future

Vinnie the Thumb
Joey Half Brain
Frankie Lead Boots
Tony Stiletto
Archie Knuckles
Joe Headstone
Sam the Stabber
Jake the Flake
Frank the Spank
Ben Dover
Mule Mulligan
Max the Axe
Sal the Saw
Mario Speed Wagon
Grecko the Gun
One Finger John
Benny Hammerlock
Louie the Lump
Mike the Spike
Hatchet Grazianno
Stew the Shark
Machine Gun Nick
Scrotum Bagliano
Mugsy Mahoney
Bulldog Balconi
Ricky the Ratchet
Switchblade Sal
Frankie the Fang
Marciano the Machete
Tony Bent Nose
Vinnie Pliers
Blackjack Lombardi
Lou No Teeth
Legs Gandolfini
Falco the Falcon
Angina Maroney
Cutthroat Joe
One Eyed Jack
Nick the Prick

Bad Mobster Nicknames Never to be Spoken

Joey the Snuggler
Frankie Fabulous
Mike the Wimpy
Tony Stiletto Heals
Lester Limp Wrist
Paul the Prancer
Francis "Toots" Puffy
Gilbert Show Tunes
Lenny the Priss
Ben Dover
Half Man Stevens
Tickle Me Thompson
Stevie Pink
Tommy Twinkle Toes
Paul Scarf Face
Charlie McCarthy
Benny and the Jets
Louie, Louie
Tommy Turtleneck
Fred Fur Collar
Malcolm the Svelte
Pierre the Pansy
Pauly the Pirouette
The Baloney Kid
Steve
Barry the Be-atch
Joey Buttafuoco
Tony the Tiger
Cuddles Malloy
Whispering Tim
Sherman the Enabler
Bernard the Studious
Skipper O'Day
Lilac Soprano
Snickers Magillicutti
Smedley Butt Wipe
Lyle the Lavender
Peaches Lipinski
Sailor Moon

As you can see, mobster names tell the tale of the good, the bad and the ugly (and hopefully with humor). The mafia of old are a dying breed because of current law enforcement and other factors. But, let us pay homage to the mobster names of old and the ones that should never be spoken. Also, remember that if you like the information on this page, share it with a friend. If you don't, who knows, you may just end up swimming with the fishes.


 
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