Tony Sirico, Real-Life Tough Guy Before Playing Paulie Walnuts on ‘The Sopranos,' Dies
Tony Sirico, who played the impeccably groomed mobster Paulie Walnuts in “The Sopranos” and brought his tough-guy swagger to films including “Goodfellas,” died Friday. He was 79. Sirico died at an assisted living facility in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, said his manager, Bob McGowen. There was no immediate information on the cause of death. A statement from Sirico’s family confirmed the…
‘This Is Us' Creator Dan Fogelman Compares This Finale Moment to ‘The Sopranos' Ending
In a “This Is Us” press conference, Dan Fogelman compared one moment from the NBC series finale to the ending of “The Sopranos.”
‘Sopranos' Kids Reunite for Chevy Silverado Super Bowl Ad
In a modern recreation of the iconic ‘Sopranos’ opening credits, Jamie-Lynn Sigler shows off Chevrolet’s new all-electric 2024 Silverado EV.
‘The Sopranos' Creator David Chase Finally Confirms Tony's Fate
The cut-to-black moment has been contested by fans for years. Finally, the show’s creator, after 14 years of speculation, has revealed what happened after.
Val Bisoglio, ‘Sopranos' and ‘Saturday Night Fever' Actor, Dies at 95
Val Bisoglio, the actor best known for his character roles in television and film for more than five decades, died last week, his wife said. He was 95. The actor died in his home near Los Olivos, California, Bonnie Bisoglio said in a statement Monday. A cause of death was not immediately clear. “He was my darling man,” Bonnie Bisoglio…