James Gandolfini dead at 51 in Italy

James Gandolfini dead at 51 in Italy
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James Gandolfini has died today in Italy. He has suffered a massive heart attack in Italy

James Gandolfini dead at 51 in Italy

Gandolfini on February 19, 2007. Photo credit: wikipedia

James Gandolfini was a famous American actor, best known as Tony Soprano in The Sopranos. He was born in Westwood, New Jersey. His most acclaimed role was that of Tony Soprano, a New Jersey Mafia boss. The series debuted in 1999. He won three Emmys for Best Actor in a Drama for his role. His last role was the film Animal Rescue, actually in post-production.

Rest in Peace, James Gandolfini.


I lost 30 pounds to play my character in ‘The Mexican’, but people don’t take to skinny mafia men, and I don’t feel right when I’m thin.

James Gandolfini

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