|Born||September 3, 1923|
Midtown, New York City
|Died||February 17, 1959|
Queens, New York City
|Affiliation||Carmine Rosato's Family|
Jimmy Guidalatto was born in Midtown to Italian immigrant parents who came from Sicily. When he was sixteen, he was charged with robbing a bank in Midtown, and was on the run for a while. In 1959, he stopped fleeing the NYPD when he was initiated into Carmine Rosato's criminal organization in Queens, and became a Soldier. Guidalatto fought in the mob war with the Corleone crime family that year, and was hospitalized after being shot twice with a shotgun in a failed attack on Sweet Life Bakery on February 15, 1959. All of his enforcers were wet with blood in the attack, most of them killed. He was discharged from the hospital on February 16, returning to his duties as a mobster.
NYC gambler Lewis Davanzatti met with Corleone Capo Dominic when encountered him while driving to the Corleone Compound, and Dominic beat down Davanzatti's old girlfriend in exchange for the knowledge of Guidalatto's location: the Spicher Waterfront high-rises. Dominic murdered Harry De Luca, Guidalatto's bodyguard, and threw Guidalatto into the East River, drowning him.