Robert LuPone, who played Dr. Bruce Cusamano on The Sopranos has kicked the bucket at age 76 from a pancreatic disease.

The veteran entertainer is the sibling of Tony and Grammy Award victor Patti LuPone.

The theater group MCC Theater helped to establish by Robert, shared the miserable news through their Instagram page.

"MCC establishing Co-Artistic Director Bob LuPone died Saturday, August 27 following a three-year fight with pancreatic disease.

 He is survived by his wife, Virginia, his son Orlando, sister Patti, and brother William.

"Bob complex in the most extravagant ways, spilling over with energetic energy.

LuPone likewise showed up on the drama Guiding Light and won a Daytime Emmy grant for his work on All My Children.

He got a Tony Nomination for his exhibition as Zach in A Chorus Line.

He was the pioneer and lead of the persuasive off-Broadway theater organization MCC Theater for right around 40 years.