Netflix's 2023 documentary series, Get Gotti, features a cast of interviewees who uncovered the mystery behind the nefarious deeds of mob boss John Gotti.
John Gotti was the head of the Gambino crime family in New York, and he is considered one of the most powerful and dangerous mob bosses during his peak.
Get Gotti chronicles the rise and fall of Gotti anchored by different testimonies from journalists, cops, and even former mobsters.
Get Gotti made its debut on Netflix on October 23, 2023.
Every Person & Interviewee in Netflix's Get Gotti Cast
FBI Agent - Gambino Squad
Working as an FBI agent assigned to investigate the Gambino squad and Paul Castellino's death, George Gabriel pointed out that John Gotti's reign as a mob boss made law enforcement look incompetent, noting that "it was a slap in the face of the federal government."
OCTF Special Investigator
Gregory Stasiuk served as a special investigator of the Organized Crime Task Force unit.
When his team managed to put some bugs inside John Gotti's office, he was assigned to listen to the conversations of the crime family.
A. Kirke Bartley
When John Gotti was arrested after assaulting a random citizen in broad daylight in 1984, A. Kirke Bartley served as the trial attorney in the District Attorney's Office.
FBI Coordinating Supervisor
As the FBI Coordinating Supervisor working on the pursuit against John Gotti, Jim Kossler saw Diane Gacalone's case against the mob boss as a disadvantage, with his team even telling her not to indict him.
The FBI was surprised that Gacalone revealed to the judge that Willie Boy Johnson, a known associate and Gotti loyalist, had been an informant for 15 years. Back then, this was classified information.
Susan Kellman was a criminal defense attorney who worked on the Gotti case in 1985.
Sal Polisi is a former mobster and associate of Gotti who mentioned that he and the famed crime boss "came up the ranks together through the '70s."
He openly admitted that they robbed trucks together with Tommy DeSimone.
FBI Supervisor - Gambino Squad
Bruce Mouw, an FBI supervisor who investigated the death of Paul Castellano, shared that it was frustrating for them to "try these guys [Gotti and his men] in court and prove it."
Mouw spearheaded the FBI's efforts to do surveillance on Gotti and his allies.
Laura A. Ward
Laura A. Ward was the federal prosecutor working on Paul Castellano's case.
For those unaware, Castellano and his bodyguard, Thomas Bilotti, were killed outside a Sparks Steak House in Manhattan in 1985 by an unknown hitman ordered by John Gotti.
Another defense attorney who worked on the Gotti case in 1985 was Michael Shapiro.
Shapiro discussed his involvement in the case and how the trial went down.
Anthony Ruggiano Jr.
Anthony Ruggiano Jr. is a former mobster who recounts the day when Paul Castellano was murdered. He is the son of Anthony "Fat Andy" Ruggiano Sr., a caporegime in the Gambino crime family.
Mary Murphy is a reporter from WPIX who investigated John Gotti.
During her investigation, she found out that Gotti was a plumbing supply salesman who makes $25,000 a year yet he had a $60,000 Mercedes.
Andrea Giovino is a former member of the Gotti mob. She mentioned that Gotti's reign led them to believe that they owned New York back then, noting that the crime lord was "a man to be feared."
OCTF Supervising Investigator
When the chips were down, the Organized Crime Task Force led by supervising investigator Frank O'Hara spearheaded the pursuit of John Gotti.
At first, they were one or two steps ahead of the FBI since they successfully placed bugs inside one of John Gotti's secret offices, the Bergin Hunt & Fish Club.
OCTF Chief Investigator
Fred Rayano was the chief investigator of the Organized Crime Task Force unit.
Rayano developed a strategy in order to try and get bugs inside Gotti's office in the Bergin Hunt & Fish Club.
Fox News Reporter
Eric Shawn is a reporter from Fox News who shared the news about Paul Castellano's death and extensive coverage about John Gotti during the '80s.
Barbara Nevins Taylor
Barbara Nevins Taylor is an investigative journalist and reporter from WCBS.
She described John Gotti as a "Marvel superhero even before the Marvel movies."
FBI Special Ops
Dave Swanson served as a special agent in the FBI in the 1980s. He was one of the only six specially trained lock agents in the United States.
He worked together with his partner to try to get inside the Ravenite Social Club, a known mob hangout in New York.
Ron Goldstock was the director of the Organized Crime Task Force (OCTF) during Gotti's reign in New York.
They were the leading organization then that tried to take down the mob boss.
Diane Giacalone was an assistant US attorney in the Eastern District of New York.
She worked on the federal trial against John Gotti and eight members of the Gambino family.
FBI Special Ops
Matt Clifton is part of the FBI Special Operations team which is assigned to install and devise surveillance equipment in order to get the evidence to successfully prosecute criminals.
The name, Matt Clifton, is a pseudonym for someone who wants to stay anonymous due to the secrecy surrounding the FBI.
Get Gotti is now streaming on Netflix.