|出现季数||1, 2, 3, 4|
|出生地点||New York City, New York|
|生日||January 17, 1882|
|死亡||Assassinated on November 6, 1928 (between S4 and S5)|
- 主条目: 阿诺德·罗斯坦第一季
- 主条目: 阿诺德·罗斯坦第二季
- 主条目: 阿诺德·罗斯坦第三季
- 查理·卢西亚诺: 门生
- 迈耶·兰斯基: 门生
- Abe Attell: Lieutenant
- Davey Murdoch: Lieutenant (deceased)
- Simon: Employee, distant relative (deceased)
- "Sleepy Bill" Burns: Associate
- Nucky Thompson: Ally and business partner, boss of the Atlantic City Organization
- Johnny Torrio: Ally, boss of the Chicago Outfit
- Waxey Gordon: Ally and business partner, Philadelphia crime boss
- Jimmy Darmody: Associate, former boss of the Atlantic City Organization (deceased)
- Big Jim Colosimo: Former boss of the Chicago Outfit (deceased)
- Joe Masseria: New York mafia boss (deceased)
- Frankie Yale: Associate and Brooklyn Mafia Boss (deceased)
- Al Capone: Associate through Torrio
- Eddie Kessler: Associate through Thompson (deceased)
- Owen Sleater: Associate through Thompson (deceased)
- Herman Kaufman: Associate through Gordon (deceased)
- Bill McCoy: Alcohol importer
- Chalky White: Associate through Thompson (deceased)
- Lolly Steinman: Casino manager in Atlantic City
- Sixtus D'Alessio: Ordered death, Given up to Nucky Thompson, killed by Al Capone
- Ignatius D'Alessio: Ordered death, Given up to Nucky Thompson, killed by Richard Harrow
- Leo D'Alessio: Ordered death, Given up to Nucky Thompson, killed by Jimmy Darmody
- Pius D'Alessio: Ordered death, Given up to Nucky Thompson, killed by Richard Harrow
- “There was a man once—I don’t recall his name—frequented the billiard parlors downtown. He made a comfortable living wagering whether he could swallow certain objects, billiard balls being his specialty. He’d pick a ball then take it down his gullet to here, and regurgitate it back up. And one evening, I decided to challenge this man to a wager: ten thousand in cash for him to do the trick with the billiard ball of my choosing. Now, he knew I’d seen him do this a dozen times, so I can only surmise that he thought I was stupid. We laid down the cash, and I handed him the cue ball. He swallowed it down, it lodged in his throat, and he choked to death on the spot. What I knew and he didn’t was the cue ball was one sixteenth of an inch larger than the other balls—just too large to swallow. Do you know what the moral of this tale is, Mr. Yale?" "The moral of the story is that if I cause a stranger to choke to death for my own amusement, what do you think I’ll do to you if you don’t tell me who ordered you to kill Colosimo?” ("The Ivory Tower")
- "This war ends here. Any bad blood or past transgressions of whatever nature, business or personal, are hereby nullified." (A Return to Normalcy)
- "A sound elimination is the basis of good health." ("What Does the Bee Do?")
- "Some things, Charlie, you have to swallow." ("What Does the Bee Do?")
- "I've made my living, Mr. Thompson, in large part as a gambler. Some days I make twenty bets, some days I make none. There are weeks, sometimes months, in fact, when I don't make any bet at all because there is simply no play. So I wait, plan, marshal my resources, and when I finally see an opportunity and there is a bet to make... I bet it all." ("Two Boats and a Lifeguard")
- "Nothing says 'I'm sorry' like money."
- "I have a crystal ball Charlie, you know that. I see....you're not wearing your trousers."
- "Mr. Darmody, don't you find it peculiar that neither one of us has mentioned Nucky Thompson spent last night in jail?"
- "Reputation takes a lifetime to build, but only seconds to destroy."
- "I prefer to make my living honestly."
- "There is actually. You can kill someone for me."
- "No you're not Charlie, you're with his mother."
- "Mr. Doyle, why am I talking to you?... But why am I calling you? Why is that even occurring? If I had my liquor on the timely basis your employer promised... if in fact I could reach your employer, who now seems to think acceptable business practice is to disappear for days on end, this conversation would not be taking place and that would make me... very happy. I want what I paid for. I want it now. And I don't ever want to find myself chatting with you again. Is that clear?" (Blue Bell Boy)
- A deal will always wait and a fool will always rush in (A man... a plan)
- ''All the mans troubles come from his inability to sit quietly in a room by himself."
|21||Ourselves Alone||A Dangerous Maid||What Does the Bee Do?|
|Gimcrack & Bunkum||The Age of Reason||Peg of Old||Two Boats and a Lifeguard|
|Battle of the Century||Georgia Peaches||Under God's Power She Flourishes||To the Lost|
|"Resolution"||"Spaghetti and Coffee"||"Bone for Tuna"||"Blue Bell Boy"|
|"You'd Be Surprised"||"Ging Gang Goolie"||"Sunday Best"||"The Pony"|
|"The Milkmaid's Lot"||"A Man, A Plan..."||"Two Imposters"||"Margate Sands"|
|"New York Sour"||"Resignation"||"Acres of Diamonds"||"All In"|
|"Erlkonig"||"The North Star"||"William Wilson"||"The Old Ship of Zion"|
|"Marriage and Hunting"||"White Horse Pike"||"Havre De Grace"||"Farewell Daddy Blues"|