|Behind the scenes|
|Portrayed by||Serge Houde (voice)|
- "What the hell, give it here."
- ―Sonny-Boy Granzella[src]
A former boxer, Sonny-Boy Granzella became a member of the Barzini family after they began to fix several of his fights. He retired in the late 1930s and instead became an enforcer for the family, beginning a diamond racket in the basement of Scotty's Biscotti that shipped it's goods to the Palermo Warehouse in Midtown. Due to his move on Hell's Kitchen, he was 'made' into the family.
In 1948, Granzella gave a large deal of money to Stracci family caporegime Leon Grossi, in order to recieve a shipment of explosives for his own ends. However, Grossi's delivery boy Plinio Ottaviano was killed by Corleone family enforcer Aldo Trapani and Grossi was forced to renegotiate with Granzella over the deal.
Grossi never succeeded, as he too was assasinated and Granzella began to pay tribute to the Corleones instead.
Behind the scenesEdit
- He was voiced by Serge Houde.