The Soprano Family Hierarchy

This project shows the Soprano (DiMeo) organization’s power structure up the to the last episode (2007). Read the notes so you understand the charts work.

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Notes

  1. Red name = character is deceased. If a character changed crews or was promoted to leadership, his name is red only in the last group he was in.
  2. Only characters that appear in 2 or more episodes are listed.
  3. The chart has 2 sections: Leadership (past & present) and Crews (active & defunct)
  4. A character is pictured more than once if he switched crews or was promoted to leadership.
  5. Leadership, capos, and soldiers are made men. Associates are not made members. Since my sources conflicted, I used my judgment as to classify characters as soldiers (confirmed or presumed) or associates.
  6. It is assumed that living soldiers and associates from defunct crews joined the 2 active crews. But to keep it simple, I left them in the last crew that they were in.
  7. Tony Soprano’s fate is not mentioned on purpose.

Leadership (prior to 1999)

No consigliere or underboss was mentioned during this administration.

Leadership (1999 – 2005)

While Junior served as the family’s official boss, Tony was always the acting boss.

Leadership (2005 – Present)

Active Crew: Soprano

Capos

Soldiers

Associates

Active Crew: Barese

Capos

It was mentioned on the show that the Barese crew is the largest in the family. However, only Larry and Albert are ever seen.

Defunt Crew: Moltisanti

Capos

Soldiers

Associates

Defunt Crew: Aprile

Capos

Soldiers

Associates

Defunt Crew: Altieri

Capos

Soldiers

Associates

Defunt Crew: Junior Soprano

Capos

Soldiers

Associates

Defunt Crew: Curto

Capos

Defunt Crew: LaManna

Capos

Associates