March 24, 2015 | 12:25pm  

 

Family of killed NYPD cop furious over Brancato’s film gig

By Erin Calabrese and Shawn Cohen

 Main: Victor Alcorn; Inset: Lisa Petz
Yolanda Nazario, sister of slain NYPD cop Daniel Enchautegui, is angry over the new film starring Lillo Brancato (inset). Brancato spent eight years in prison for his role in the robbery that killed Enchautegui in 2005.

The family of slain NYPD Officer Daniel Enchautegui is furious that Lillo Brancato has landed a new movie role.

“It’s always been about Lillo. Shame on whoever hired him,’’ seethed Enchautegui’s sister, Yolanda Nazario, on Tuesday — the same day that The Post exclusively reported Brancato’s appearance in the boxing film “Back in the Day.”

It’s Brancato’s first role since being released from prison after an eight-year stint for his part in the robbery that killed the heroic Bronx cop in 2005.

Brancato rose to fame in “A Bronx Tale,’’ and also appeared in HBO’s “The Sopranos’’ before his drug-fueled escapade with a buddy ended in Enchautegui’s murder.

“He doesn’t care about my family, he never cared about my family,’’ said Nazario, 50, of Lynbrook, LI.

Enchautegui’s former partner, Officer Robert Korn, 36, added, “In short, Brancato gets a second chance at a life, but what about Danny?”

The city police union is calling for a boycott of the film.