'Goodfellas' star away in his nursing home in New Jersey on September 18 and was laid to rest in a funeral with full military honours in Edmonton, New York, two days later.
He had appeared opposite Robert De Niro in the 1990 blockbuster 'Goodfellas' and his character Morris 'Morrie' Kesseler met a messy end by having Joe Pesci's Tommy DeVito plunge a screwdriver into the back of his head, reports the Deadline.
It was the 'Taxi Driver' star, who helped Chuck leave behind his job as a property developer to break into acting.
He leaves behind his ex-wife Cherida Michaels with daughter Debra Low Mykrantz and son Mitchell Low. (ANI)