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  • James Gandolfini

    James Gandolfini

    James Gandolfini was an American actor born on September 18, 1961, in Westwood, New Jersey. He discovered acting in the late 1980s and made his Broadway debut in 1992. Gandolfini’s breakthrough came in the role of a mobster on the hit 1999 HBO television seriesThe Sopranos. During the show’s six-year run, James Gandolfini won numerous accolades, including a Golden Globe, a Screen Actors Guild Award and an Emmy. Gandolfini died in Italy after suffering a heart attack on June 19, 2013, at age 51. Acting Debut James Joseph Gandolfini Jr. was born on September 18, 1961, in Westwood, New Jersey. Gandolfini

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  • Lorraine Bracco


    Already getting high acting marks, Lorraine Bracco’s performance as Karen Hill in Goodfellas (1990) brought her fame and an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress. More success came at the end of the decade for Bracco in the TV series The Sopranos, which earned her three Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series in 1999, 2000 and 2001. Early life and acting Debut Born on October 2, 1954, in New York, New York. Despite being voted the ugliest girl in the sixth grade, Bracco grew up to become a successful fashion model. While working as a model in Paris

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  • Edie Falco

    Edie Falco

    Edie Falco’s acting career began with two Hal Hartley films: The Unbelievable Truth and Trust. In 1999, she had two starring roles, in Judy Berlin and Random Hearts, her first major role in a mainstream film. She also landed her star-making role as Mafia wife Carmela in HBO’s The Sopranos. When that show ended, she nabbed the title role in Showtime’s Nurse Jackie. Edie Falco early career Edie Falco was born on July 5, 1963, in Brooklyn, New York. The daughter of jazz drummer Frankie Falco and actress Judith Loney, Falco graduated from the State University of New York at Purchase in 1986. With an ambitious taste for

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  • Michael Imperioli


    Michael Imperioli was born on March 26, 1966, in Mount Vernon, New York. His breakthrough film was Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas in 1990 and he’s done a number of projects with Spike Lee. On the small screen, Imperioli is best known for his role as Christopher Moltisanti on The Sopranos for which he won an Emmy. He also wrote several episodes of the show. Imperioli is married and has three children. Early Career Actor, writer and producer Michael Imperioli was born on March 26, 1966, in Mount Vernon, New York. Before making it big in the entertainment industry, Imperioli worked numerous jobs to support himself,

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  • Dominic Chianese


    Born in 1931 in the Bronx, New York, Dominic Chianese made his film debut in 1972′s Fuzz. In 1974, he appeared in one of the classic gangster movies of all-time, The Godfather, Part II. For the next two decades, Chianese continued to carve out a substantial career as a character actor before signing on to the HBO show The Sopranos in 1999, for which he received numerous accolades, including two Emmy nominations. Early Life and Stage Career Born on February 24, 1931, in the Bronx, New York, Dominic Chianese is a versatile performer with a career spanning more than five decades, Chianese got his

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  • Steven Van Zandt

    Steven Van Zandt

    Steven Van Zandt is an American musician born on November 22, 1950 in Boston, Massachusetts. A founding member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, he played guitar and provided backup vocals from 1975-1984. He later worked as a human rights activist and was honored twice by the United Nations. Van Zandt forayed into acting in the HBO TV seriesThe Sopranos in 1999. At the same time, he rejoined and toured with Bruce Springsteen’s band until 2000. In 2007, Van Zandt founded the non-profit Rock and Roll Forever Foundation. Early Career Musician, producer, songwriter, actor and activist Steven Van Zandt was born

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