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"Back in the day, I couldn't wait to see this view. Me and the boys, driving in Friday nights. Kings of the castle."
"Kings don't have bodies in the trunk."
"Tell that to Macbeth."
―Silvio and Ben Urich[src]

Silvio is a former mobster in New York City who, after retiring from his life of crime following his incarceration, began feeding information to Ben Urich about the criminal organizations in New York.



"You know when I went away to do my ten, every newspaper in town dragged my name through the shit. You were the only one who did it without mentioning my kids, always grateful for that."
―Silvio to Ben Urich[src]

Silvio was a mobster working in New York City when his actions were exposed, leading to Silvio being sentenced to ten years in prison. As the press wrote about his story, Silvio took offense to the journalists who would mention his his children in their articles. However, he noted and remembered that Ben Urich did not; this gave him respect and a sense of gratitude towards Urich.[1]

Meetings with Ben Urich

"Thought you'd forgotten about me, Urich."
"Never happen."
"I don't know. People's memories these days ain't so good."
―Silvio and Ben Urich[src]

Silvio meets with Ben Urich

Silvio had a meeting with Ben Urich to discuss the recent criminal activities in Hell's Kitchen. Silvio claimed the previous head mobster had been murdered and there was a new criminal leader, only nobody knew who it was and what they were planning. Silvio made it clear that the reason he had given Urich the information was that when the newspapers wrote articles exposing his mob, Urich was the only one who did not mention Silvio's family in his article. After the meeting with Urich, Silvio moved to Florida fearing he could become the next victim of the new leader.[1]

Weeks later, Silvio was called by Urich to substantiate that Bill Fisk owed money to Don Rigoletto;[2] however, he returned to New York City to be a pallbearer at the funeral of Ben Urich.[3]



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