Remembering James Gandolfini (1961-2013)

Today, the theater, cinema and television lost one of the greatest actors,  the great James Gandolfini.

I am Saddened and shocked by the passing of James Gandolfini.

James Gandolfini died at age 51.  He gave us a lot of wonderful performances, both as a character actor and as a Leading man.

In cinema, theater and television, James Gandolfini gave us intense and unforgettable performances.

We remember him in many  films like “True Romance”, “Get Shorty” , “A Civil Action”,  “The Last Castle” and more.

In theater,  James Gandolfini made his Broadway debut in 1992 with the revival of “A Streetcar Named Desire” with Jessica Lange and Alec Baldwin.

James Gandolfini was nominated in 2009 for a Tony Award  for Best Performance for a Leading Actor in the Play for “God of Carnage”.

And in television, of course James Gandolfini made history as Tony Soprano in HBO’s  acclaimed “The Sopranos”.

In “The Sopranos”, James Gandolfini’s portrayal of Tony Soprano changed television as we know it.

He won three Emmy Awards for this great role.

I can not add more words.  I still can not believe it.

My deepest condolences to James Gandolfini’s family and friends.

Rest in Peace, James Gandolfini.

Jacqueline

 

 

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