Jack Caruso, 81, of Jamestown, passed away on Dec. 13 at UPMC Hamot
Jack Caruso passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family and friends on October 17, 2017 at age 62. He was a loving father to Mary Beth (Joseph) Bauer, Theresa Bazan and John Caruso as well as beloved grandfather to Tiffany Thompson, Joey Bauer, Alyssa Laurenti and Alessandra Laurenti.
Early Life and Education
Jack Caruso of Jamestown passed away peacefully with his daughter and son-in-law by his side at UPMC Hamot on Dec. 13. Born in Canicatti, Italy and naturalized as an American citizen. Jack is survived by Leona Caruso; children John Z. Caruso and Allyson DeGarmo; loving grandchildren Zachary Caruso, Natessa Fox and Madison Basinger as well as great-grandchildren; as well as his sister Henrietta Balcerek and brother Henry Caruso.
Working closely with Mike November, Chief of Station in Caracas, Jack discovers that Suleiman is using Matice’s corpse to threaten the American Embassy in Venezuela and hires South African mercenaries to infiltrate Suleiman’s camp and rescue Greer from imprisonment – this plan succeeds and he returns her safely home along with Jack.
Jack Caruso made his television debut as an uncredited actor in a daytime episode of Ryan’s Hope in 1978. However, soon thereafter he rose to prominence when he secured a recurring role as Fat Cat in Hill Street Blues (1981). Following that success Caruso found strong supporting roles in several low-budget crime thrillers such as Mad Dog and Glory (1993), King of New York (1990), and Twins (1988).
He attempted to break into lead film work with Michael Hayes (1997) but found audiences unresponsive, despite high ratings for the series. Subsequently he returned to TV, finding success as Lt. Horatio Caine on CSI: Miami (2002).
Jack Caruso was an incredible husband, father, and grandfather who loved working hard to provide a comfortable lifestyle for his family. He found great pleasure in spending time with friends and family alike; especially looking forward to spending time with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
His hobbies include reading, learning and traveling. Additionally, he’s quite fond of music – with an impressive record collection that often gets played at parties! Furthermore, he enjoys playing guitar.
He is the son of Lana Gomez and Sebastian Maniscalco and currently shares custody with two children with his wife, including Caruso Jack who is three years old and an actor/comedian he has made several movies such as Green Book as well as Spinning Gold which will soon come out.
Jack Caruso, 29, has amassed an estimated net worth of roughly $2 Million as an accomplished basketball player with an estimated net worth estimated to be somewhere around that mark. A versatile talent capable of playing as either forwards or guards, Caruso stands tall at 6′ 5 inches with an almost six foot five wingspan and has successfully traded numerous shares in Wendys Co stock since 2009. In 2011 alone, Caruso purchased over 5,000 units worth $24,650 on 13 September 2011.