Artie Bucco

“You hear your uncle’s gonna hurt my business by staging a hit in my place and that’s your solution? Burn it down…?” Artie Bucco is Tony’s one close civilian friend. They’ve known each since high school, and when Tony went into his family’s business, so did Artie. He’s the owner and chef of the Nuovo […]

Christopher Moltisanti

“Tony was right, he set me straight…No more distractions. Focus. Eye on the prize.” Christopher Moltisanti is Tony’s nephew and Carmela’s first cousin. His father Dickie Moltisanti was something of a mentor to the youthful Tony. So when the senior Moltisanti was shot to death, Tony, in turn, took Christopher under his wing. As Christopher […]

Brad Bellick

Wade Williams has had a prolific career in television, film and theatrical productions. On the big screen, he has appeared in such features as “Jarhead,” “Collateral,” “Ali” and “Erin Brockovich.” His television appearances include “Over There,” “Six Feet Under,” 24, “NYPD Blue,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” and the recurring role of “Father Cronin” on “The […]

Anthony Soprano Jr.

“You know what really pisses me off about my dad? He did all these really great things, then, before he was my dad…now he’s just an asshole.” Tony’s second born and namesake, Anthony Soprano, Jr. is capable of causing his father more agita than the FBI’s entire New Jersey Field Office. Anthony Jr. is an […]

“Big Pussy” Bonpensiero

“Sometimes you gotta do things you don’t want to…If you’re lookin’ for a purpose in life, doin’ what’s right is your purpose.” The late Sal “Big Pussy” Bonpensiero was the big brother Tony never had. Heavy-set and gregarious, he valued family above all else and had a special knack with kids. His own children adored […]

Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell

A fan-favorite in the role of Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell, Robert Knepper will next be starring in “Transporter 3,” opposite Jason Statham and was most recently seen on the big screen in the feature film adaptation of “Hitman.” Knepper’s additional feature film credits include “Good Night, and Good Luck,” “Hostage,” “Species III,” “Swatters” and “Love & […]

Don Self

In 1993 Michael Rapaport made his film debut in “Zebrahead,” receiving critical acclaim for his genuine and confident portrayal of a Jewish teenager growing up in a predominantly African-American Detroit neighborhood. The performance garnered him an Independent Spirit Award nomination and the film itself won the 1993 Sundance Film Festival’s Filmmaker’s Trophy. Rapaport is familiar […]

Rosalie Aprile

“She (Hillary Clinton) stood by him and put up with the bullshit and in the end, what did she do? She set up her own little thing.” The quintessential mob woman, Rosalie Aprile is smoky-voiced and tough talking, and always immaculately dressed, coiffed and manicured. She grew up around “the life” and, like most females […]