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youtube.com — He was billed as "America's Famous Mobster," but actor James Gandolfini was so much more than the crime boss he played in "The Sopranos." Here's a look back at a celebrated, luminous, and all too short, career of the Emmy-winning actor who died Wednesday at the age of 51.
cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com — In recent years, James Gandolfini spent much of his time in Hollywood, but last week, he was back on the quiet street in TriBeCa where he once lived, not to stay - his place was rented out - but just to say hello to his friends, the doormen.
variety.com — It's no knock on James Gandolfini to note that this remarkable and galvanizing actor was not exactly a chameleon. He was and will forever be defined by Tony Soprano, to the point where it became almost impossible to see the actor on the bigscreen and to not discern some glimmer - some hulking, menacing glimmer - of that iconic New Jersey mobster.
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nytimes.com — James Gandolfini, the Emmy Award-winning actor who shot to fame on the HBO drama "The Sopranos" as Tony Soprano, a tough-talking, hard-living crime boss with a stolid exterior but a rich interior life, died on Wednesday. He was 51 years old. Mr. Gandolfini's death was confirmed by HBO.
variety.com — Related Stories James Gandolfini has died in Italy at the age of 51, according to HBO. He was on vacation at the time. The "Sopranos" actor appeared this year in "Zero Dark Thirty" and "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone." He had been working on Fox Searchlight's "Animal Rescue."
youtube.com — Pre-order on Amazon: http://smarturl.it/MeavTheCalling Multi-million selling world music artist Méav teams up with Grammy award-winning producer Craig Leon (Blondie, Talking Heads, Ramones, Pavarotti) to record folk-pop album 'The Calling'. One of the founding members of female supergroup Celtic Woman, Méav returns to her musical origins with 'The Calling', 12 tracks of newly written songs, folk ballads and fresh interpretations of timeless classics.
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