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Charles "Lucky" Luciano, 18 avril 1936
Top 10 Real-Life Mob Bosses
Tony "Big Tuna" Accardo died — remarkably, of natural causes — at age 86 in 1992. The "reputed" mob boss (he denied holding the position and eluded prosecutors) headed Chicago's Outfit after Al Capone, and upon Accardo's death the director of the Chicago Crime Commission said it was "the end of an era." Accardo may very well have been a gunman in the 1929 St. Valentine's Day Massacre, and he was on Chicago's public-enemy list in 1931.
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Arnold (The Brain) Rothstein -- noted for financing all the nightclubs, bootlegging, etc. for the mob. Ended up murdered. Also Fixed the 1919 World Series.
Mickey Cohen at Alcatraz - photo accompanies "Beyond 'Gangster Squad': The Real Mickey Cohen," by Tere Tereba for biography.com
Bugsy Seigel: Credited with the idea to make Las Vegas into the Gambling and tourism hot spot that it is today. He moved to Los Angeles in the 40's to watch over the Mafia's deals out west. He tried out to be an actor, taking a few screen tests, however nothing ever came of it. Bugsy Siegel worked for Lucky Luciano. His greatest achievement was the creation of the Flamingo Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas Nevada.