As revenge, Tony orders Bobby, who has never killed anyone, to go to Canada and carry out a contract killing. (1 episode, 2007), Victor Mineo's Girl From here to the end of the series, John Pleshette played Dr. Fried. The Sopranos was no stranger to gaps between production. (1 episode, 2006), Restaurant Patron Makhtsier. (2 episodes, 2001-2006), Jim Witowski (uncredited) (1 episode, 2004), Benetton Shopper (1 episode, 2006), Carnival Patron FBI Tech #2 Pastore has more than 180 acting credits to his name, including a stint on General Hospital in 2008, a slew of film appearances and a more recent role in 2019's Wu-Tang: An American Saga. FBI agent Casino Guest While some of them fell off the radar entirely after "The Sopranos" ended, many of these actors are still working in Hollywood today. (1 episode, 2007), Lounging Beachgoer Barbara barely shows up because she's the one member of her family who's managed to escape the mob life. (uncredited) (1 episode, 2007), French chef (6 episodes, 2000-2007), Assemblyman Zellman Horse Award Presenter (2 episodes, 2004), Cashier Status Offscreen, Van Zandt is most famous as "Little Steven," the guitarist of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band. But I was taking Xanax every day and it took to me a long time to get off Xanax, and I had to go see a specialist.". Sophia Baccalieri is the daughter of Robert Baccalieri, Jr and Karen Baccalieri, sister of Robert "Bobby" Baccalieri III. / In Seasons 5 & 6 Burdette is replaced by Danielle De Vecchio. (1 episode, 2000-2007), Daniel Baldwin FBI Agent Deborah Ciccerone has a brief but crucial part on The Sopranos. She recently opened up on an episode of PEOPLE's podcast Me Becoming Mom about her fear of motherhood amid her diagnosis, explaining, "I started to have all these fears of, what if [my child] runs away and I can't catch him?". (2 episodes, 2007), Prisoner (4 episodes, 2001-2002), Bada Bing Crew Wedding Guest SUV Driver Sometime later, Tony asks Janice about Ralph's bizarre sexual fetishes, of which he had recently become aware. He operated an auto body shop with his brother Edward "Duke" Bonpensiero. Allegra Sacrimoni-DiBenedetto Carmine Lupertazzi III Chianese did a great job portraying the embittered old school mobster, especially towards the end as his dementia took over and he shot Tony. "It was my acting school, it was my everything school. (uncredited) / Sophia played soccer in school and Janice once got into a headline making altercation at one of Sophia's games. / / Jeannie Cusamano Eugene later took him back to Montreal and Janice unsuccessfully tried to petition the State Department to have him returned to her. (7 episodes, 1999-2001), Kelli Moltisanti (1 episode, 2000-2001), Stripper Truck Driver (1 episode, 2001), Pallbearer (3 episodes, 2004), Uncle Junior's Bodyguard / Hospital Patient Sigler was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) at age 20. Family 'Sopranos' Stars Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa Launch a Podcast About the Iconic Series, Sopranos Creator Accidentally Reveals What Really Happened to Tony in Series Finale. / One much-discussed fan theory is that the character he later played in "Lilyhammer" (the first-ever Netflix original series) was actually a manifestation of Sil's imagination and the show was taking place in a coma dream. Dr. Ira Freid Schirripa is still best known as a TV actor, appearing in "The Secret Life of an American Teenager" between 2008 and 2013 and more recently New York cop drama "Blue Bloods," but he's also found success as an author he co-wrote two books about a suburban teenager called Nicky Deuce who's sent to visit grandparents in Brooklyn. (3 episodes, 2006-2007), Catherine Sacrimoni Her husband's storyline of being a "rat" for the FBI became a focal point of Season 2's narrative, which necessitated a more capable actor in the eyes of the showrunners. "It's since soared on HBO Max and elsewhere and continues to be one of the top destinations for viewers looking for something to stream.". (3 episodes, 2006-2007), Faustino 'Doc' Santoro During these scenes, Vito Jr. was played by Brandon Hannan. Fishman She slips and falls as her towel unravels, revealing her naked body. He's had apretty terrible recordwith critics in the years since "The Sopranos" wrapped, but Imperioli has been in fine form during the pandemic era. RELATED: 10 Dramas That Actually Ended Before Getting Bad. (1 episode, 2002), Edward 'Duke' Bonpensiero (1 episode, 2007), Italian Tourist / Sophia's actor was switched out from Lexie Sperduto in Season 4 to Miryam Coppersmith in Season 5. Frustrated with Bobby's refusal to commit, she sends Bobby's children instant messages under a false screen name, claiming to be watching them, in an attempt to scare them. (1 episode, 2001), Chief Doug Smith Christopher Moltisanti (2 episodes, 2000-2007), Eric DeBenedetto She said: "That's literally the last time I can ever remember feeling that freedom in my body." / (uncredited) (2 episodes, 2006), Fake Carmella First Appearance Bakery Customer Eric DiBennedetto It's not terribly noticeable since Intitola is only rarely an important character, but he is one with thematic significance. (uncredited) Father Phil wasn't the only character to be played by a different face in The Sopranos' pilot episode. (uncredited) (1 episode, 2002), Bassist - The Miami Relatives Bobby Zanone Man Before his big break as Tony, which earned him three Emmys, three Screen Actors Guild Awards and one Golden Globe, the actor had been working for nearly a decade, with small parts in a number of films including 1994's Angie, alongside Aida Turturro, who went on to play his sister Janice in The Sopranos. (1 episode, 2001), Card Player #1 Janice was inclined to let Bobby go, but planned on keeping Sophia with her because Domenica (Janice's Daughter, Sophia's half-sister) was very devoted to her. (11 episodes, 1999-2004), Carmine Lupertazzi (1 episode, 2004), Girl in Gray Sweatsuit (uncredited) I felt very protected on that set." It was a new direction for Falco after cutting her teeth in indie movies (her first speaking role in a feature film came in the 1994 Woody Allen flick "Bullets Over Broadway") but she took to it well, earningnumerous honors for her portrayal of the beleaguered mafia wife, nabbing a Golden Globe, an Emmy, and a SAG award in a single year. He also published a memoir, Unrequited Infatuations, in 2021. (uncredited) Angered by Janice and Bobby's perceived disloyalty, Tony tells her that he is going to exile Bobby from his life, although this is just an empty threat. (1 episode, 1999), College Athlete Nucci Gaultieri Kalem also pulled a side-gig as a story editor for the series, even writing the Season 5 episode "All Happy Families". (2 episodes, 2004), Family Friend 'Grey's Anatomy' Cast: Where Are They Now? (uncredited) (18 episodes, 2002-2007), Ginny Sacrimoni (uncredited) Harold 'Mel' Melvoin Wiseguy (uncredited) Kelli Lombardo Episode Count (uncredited) To find out what your favorite "Sopranos" stars are doing now (and what they look like after all these years), read on. (1 episode, 2006), Angry Roofer He is currently writing list articles for Comic Book Resources (CBR). (1 episode, 2007). Bryan Spatafore The Sopranos (TV Series 1999-2007) - Lexie Sperduto as Sophia Baccalieri - IMDb The Sopranos (1999-2007) Lexie Sperduto: Sophia Baccalieri It looks like we don't have any photos or quotes yet. (1 episode, 2007), High Roller (3 episodes, 2000), Crackhead Not only is he a renowned realist painter, but Castelluccio is an avid collector of baroque pieces and actuallymade a huge sale in 2014 when he discovered a lost 17th century work hidden away at a market in Frankfurt. (1 episode, 2000), Acting Student In August 2013, she and husband Cutter Dykstra welcomed a baby boy. (uncredited) While in New Jersey, she became engaged to her old boyfriend, Richie Aprile, then recently released from prison. After Livia's death, Janice becomes obsessed with acquiring her mother's valuable record collection, which Livia gave to her nurse, Svetlana. The first actress wasn't very good. Brown (uncredited) (1 episode, 2001), Russian Thug Richie causes problems for Tony that are only made more complicated by his engagement to Janice. (2 episodes, 2006-2007), Cafeteria Orderly See also Release Dates | Official Sites | Company Credits | Filming & Production | Technical Specs / Born April 30, 1989 Add or change photo on IMDbPro Add to list Known for The Sopranos 9.2 TV Series Sophia Baccalieri 2002 4 eps Prince of Central Park 5.1 Little Girl 2000 Dinner Rush 7.3 Lucy Clemente 2000 Law & Order 7.8 TV Series Gambler (13 episodes, 1999-2002), Father Phil Intintola Butch Deconcini (1 episode, 2001), Drummer - The Miami Relatives He's not a ruthless, coldhearted killer but does what he's told to do by the boss. (uncredited) On July 8, 2022, Sirico's family announced his death at age 79. Fictional character on the television series The Sopranos, Learn how and when to remove these template messages, explain the fiction more clearly and provide non-fictional perspective, Learn how and when to remove this template message, introducing citations to additional sources. Michael the Cleaver (uncredited) (uncredited) (uncredited) One day when neither Janice nor Bobby can look after a mentally-declining Junior, Tony angrily volunteers. (2 episodes, 2000-2001), Nurse Bruce (1 episode, 2007), Attending Nurse for AJ In this debut, she is played by Nancy Cassaro. The co-hosts also launched a mob-themed wine, Gangster Goddess Broad-Cast Pinot Noir. Viewers want to see more characters they can imagine really existing. (uncredited) Sigler shares sons Beau and Jack Adam with husband Cutter Dykstra, whom she wed in 2016. (uncredited) (uncredited) He also began doing voice work on Family Guy, voicing the family dog Vinny from 2013 to 2016. He played famed boxing coach Angelo Dundee in 2020's "One Night in Miami," thenear-universally acclaimeddirectorial debut of Regina King, and, to the surprise of many, he reprised his "Sopranos" role in the 2021 prequel film "The Many Saints of Newark," narrating certain scenes in character. Protester #4 (1 episode, 1999), District Attorney If that was the case, then Netflix decided to unplug the life support in 2015,cancelingthe show after three seasons. "WarnerMedia said recently that 'The Sopranos' enjoyed a 179% surge in viewership on its HBO Now streaming service at the start of the pandemic," Forbes reported in 2020. He underscores both Carmela's Catholic hypocrisy and how even the "moral" characters have let themselves into the mob's orbit to reap the fruit of its blood money. (uncredited) / He hopes this will be the first step on a prosperous journey towards being a professional writer. / (2 episodes, 2001-2004), Dealer #2 (1 episode, 2002), Sick Woman / Do Not Sell or Share My Personal Information. (1 episode, 2007), Diner Patron Sophia was such a minor character that it's difficult to discern much of a quality shift between the actors or the reason for the re-casting in the first place. / She only appears occasionally and never receives much focus when she does. (9 episodes, 2006-2007), James 'Murmur' Zancone (1 episode, 2001), Vesuvio Patron DiScala from 2003 until 2005. "It was definitely different because so much time had gone by and there was an abstract nature to doing the voiceover, which is different than playing him," he toldThe Hollywood Reporter. Janice desires to continue raising Bobby's children, Bobby III and Sophia with her daughter Domenica, but their grandparents also seek custody. (uncredited) / (2 episodes, 2004-2006), Party Girl (uncredited) Critical acclaim followed Falco into her next project, "Nurse Jackie," with the Brooklyn-born actor playing the titular role in the edgy Showtime dramedy from 2009 until it came to an end in 2015. Agent Cubitosi Tony's Russian mistress Irina Peltsin is played by Siberia Federico in her debut, yet in every episode after she's played by the more ethnically appropriate and talented Oksana Lada. Philly Parisi In the decades since, he's continued to work on both the small and big screen, with a focus on detective roles (he played one in TV shows Life on Mars, Detroit 1-8-7 and Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector).He portrayed former Governor Andrew Cuomo in an episode of Ben Stiller's Escape at Dannemora, and recently starred in an episode of HBO's White Lotus. / (1 episode, 2004), Supervisor Jimmy Curran (48 episodes, 1999-2006), Patsy Parisi Satrialie's Cashier (2 episodes, 2004-2007), Reporter #2 Janice Soprano Baccalieri (3 episodes, 2002-2007), Allegra Sacrimoni Portrayed By Burt She currently has several movies in the works, according to IMDB. (6 episodes, 2001-2002), Hunter Scangarelo Imperioli co-hosts the Talking Sopranos podcast with former costar Steve Schirripa (who played Bobby Baccalieri); the pair also wrote a book together, 2021's Woke Up This Morning: The Definitive Oral History of The Sopranos. (1 episode, 2004), Mrs. Millio Cast members and creators reunited to celebrate the legacy of the hit show, which paved the way for the era of prestige television and made stars of its actors. Donny K (uncredited) She hasn't let that stop her fromacting, however. (1 episode, 2002), Family Friend (1 episode, 2006), Bada Bing Customer (9 episodes, 2006-2007), News Anchor / Ron Perse Since The Sopranos, she's had a number of roles in film (including 2019's Mob Town) and predominantly on TV, with recurring roles on Entourage (as herself), Ugly Betty, Guys with Kids and most recently, 2021's Big Sky. (1 episode, 1999), Biker chick (9 episodes, 2002-2007), Prosecutor Language links are at the top of the page across from the title. (2 episodes, 2006), Ron Pearse (1 episode, 2000), Drug Addict He paid a little under $60,000 for the painting of early Christian martyr Saint Sebastian, which was being sold under unknown artists. She's since landed a number of roles on other popular TV series, including Desperate Housewives, Sons of Anarchy, A Million Little Things and more. Sophia's mother died in a car accident in 2002. (2 episodes, 2006), Carmine III Updated 24th of December, 2022 by Patrick Arellano: David Chase's masterful crime drama changed the landscape of American television for years to come. (uncredited) (1 episode, 2001), Bar Patron (4 episodes, 2000-2007), Hillel (uncredited) (uncredited) (1 episode, 2006), Wedding Guest (1 episode, 2002), Principal's Son (7 episodes, 2004-2007), Anthony Maffei (uncredited) (1 episode, 2007), Body Guard / (uncredited) Phil Leotardo is no fan of Tony Soprano, but the head of the Lupertazzi crime family spends most of the series finale in hiding, making calls to his underboss, Butch DeConcini (Greg Antonacci . While his time on the show was briefer than many of the other members of Tony's inner circle, Pastore's 'Big Pussy' named for his character's early career as a cat burglar had a lasting impact. Judge Whitney Runions Even after 20 years, there was still an appetite for the show, and that would only increase with the arrival of COVID-19. (5 episodes, 2004), Johnny Boy Soprano Tony orders Richie killed after Uncle Junior informs him of Richie's plan to "move against him". Janice encourages Tony to officially let Bobby take over Junior's old crew which causes the two to have an angry argument. Van Zandt was back among the gangsters in 2019 when he played late crooner Jerry Vale in "The Irishman," alifelong favoriteof director Martin Scorsese. (uncredited) (4 episodes, 2004-2007), AA member Before his turn as Tony's nephew and would-be successor, which earned him an Emmy and two SAG Awards, Imperioli starred as Spider in Goodfellas. He was 51. Big Frank Cippolina (uncredited) By season six, Janice and Bobby have a baby girl together, Domenica. Still, over the course of The Sopranos' 6 seasons, there were a surprising number of recastings. (2 episodes, 2006), Cocktail Waitress / Miryam Coppersmith is an American actress. When she sat down withNMEto discuss the show, the actor admitted that she made a bad career move when "The Sopranos" finished. (1 episode, 2000), Girl at Swimming Pool #2 (uncredited) (1 episode, 2002), Lunch Woman (2 episodes, 2006), Green Grove Singer Spectator (2 episodes, 2007), Edgar Ramirez (uncredited) (1 episode, 2002), Mom with Stroller While Lilliana exasperatedly attempts to quiz him for their citizenship test, he laments his major fall from grace. / (4 episodes, 2004-2007), Rhiannon (1 episode, 2004-2007), Jackie Jr.'s Friend Bureau Chief Cubitoso / (uncredited) For All Debts Public and Private 1993 "James was a genius, anyone who saw him even in the smallest of his performances knows that," Chase said. "I was very lucky with 'The Sopranos,'" Van Zandt toldRolling Stone, explaining the lengths that Chase would go to in making sure his touring with the E Street Band could continue unhindered by the show's production. Post-"Sopranos," Chianese plied his trade on "Boardwalk Empire," another gangland hit for HBO. (uncredited) Credits Actress "Two Tonys" "Rat Pack" "Where's Johnny?" "Sentimental Education" "In Camelot" "Cold Cuts" "The Ride" "Moe n' Joe" "Kaisha" "Stage 5" "Walk Like a Man" "The Blue Comet" "Made in America" External links (2 episodes, 2007), Jonathan LaPaglia (uncredited) (2 episodes, 1999-2004), Roy Del Guercio Hillel Teittleman / 1 Sophia Baccalieri Has A Different Actor After Season 4 The Sopranos was no stranger to gaps between production. (2 episodes, 2004), Bobby Coniglio Family Dinner Guest De Matteo revealed during aReddit AMAthat her killer wasn't keen on the scene. Long before he was cast as wing-tipped sociopath Paulie Walnuts, Sirico took aLos Angeles Times reporter on a tour of the area, calling it a "good Italian neighborhood." Before her career-making role as the smart, sassy and incredibly spoiled Meadow, Sigler's biggest role had been starring in a Mariah Carey music video. He's shy, gentle and never cheats on his wife. 3 Director's Worst Assistant, House of the Dragon Season 2 to Wrap Much Faster Than Season 1, Doctor Who's Karen Gillan Addresses Amy Pond Return Rumors. (uncredited) / (5 episodes, 2006-2007), Dr. Freid (uncredited) (uncredited) "He really thought I could do it, and, out of pure ignorance, naivet, I thought I could," he toldConsequence. / (13 episodes, 1999-2004), Irina Peltsin Most of them may have been "whacked" on the show, but here's what the cast of the HBO mob drama has been up to since the series wrapped in 2007. (25 episodes, 1999-2007), Eugene Pontecorvo Old Woman He also spoke out about his past battle with substance abuse and addiction, revealing that he was seven years sober at the time. He lied to his children and told them that his absence was due to his job as a secret agent. The Sopranos followed mob boss Tony Soprano as he sought to balance his work and home life while grappling with his mental health. Cold Cuts ( The Sopranos) - Cold Cuts (The Sopranos)" Studen ezy " Epizoda Sopranos: Tony B a Chris si povdaj cestou na farmu Pata Blundetta. (1 episode, 2000), Dr. Jesse Travis He's since appeared in a handful of short films, with his most notable roles being in Woody Allen's Caf Society (2016) and Wonder Wheel (2017). Life post-'Sopranos' has been successful for Sigler, who guest starred on 13 episodes of HBO's 'Entourage' and five episodes of 'Ugly Betty.'. Rhiannon Flammer (uncredited) (2 episodes, 2007), Young Tony Soprano (uncredited) Nicole Burdette. "Lately American TV has been willing to see the flaws in people," she told The Guardianwhen "Nurse Jackie" was just two seasons old. Bobby Baccalieri Sr. (grandfather)Christina Baccalieri (aunt)Mary Baccalieri (aunt) Tony Soprano (step-uncle)Barbara Giglione (step-aunt)Meadow Soprano (step-cousin)Anthony Soprano Jr. (step-cousin)Thomas Giglione III (step-cousin)Alyssa Giglione (step-cousin) This prompted a series of panic attacks that Tony experiences throughout the series. / The Sopranos' eponymous pilot was shot in 1997, two years before the series went to air. (3 episodes, 1999-2002), Cozzarelli Agent Deborah Ciccerone-Waldrup News Reporter / For fans or rewatch viewers, however, it'll be a different story. (3 episodes, 2004-2006), Dr. Schreck In season three, Janice returns to New Jersey following the death of her mother. (1 episode, 2004), Bridesmaid (uncredited) Before, during, and after "The Sopranos," Steven Van Zandt has been a guitarist in Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, which makes him one of the few cast members who are more famous for their contributions outside the show. (uncredited) (uncredited) (uncredited) (4 episodes, 1999-2001), Uncle Pat Paulie's Driver Sophia Baccalieri (uncredited) In Season 1's "Down Neck" and 3's "Fortunate Son," the younger Livia is played by Laila Robins, while in 5's "In Camelot" she's played by Laurie Williams. (1 episode, 2006), Lead Singer - The Miami Relatives / / (uncredited) / He likes to use his singing to raise money for charity andperforms in nursing homes to entertain the elderly, though he hasn't giving up on acting recent projects include a remake of Vittorio De Sica's postwar masterpiece "Umberto D.", Federico Castelluccio was born in the Italian city of Naples and moved to New Jersey when he was just four, so while the accent he used as ponytailed enforcer Furio in "The Sopranos" was pretty convincing, in truth it was slightly put on. jojo banga linkedin (1 episode, 2001), Dr. Donna Dechristafaro Carmela and Jackie definitely fall into that category.". / (1 episode, 2001), Cocktail Waitress (1 episode, 2004), Gangster in Bar Her high school boyfriend, Richie Aprile, is a DiMeo crime family Capo who is released from prison around the same time. She also starred on the short-lived TV series 'Guys with Kids.'. 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