Edie Falco reacts to James Gandolfini’s death

06.20.13 4 years ago

Edie Falco reacts to James Gandolfini’s death

“I consider myself lucky to have spent 10 years as his close colleague,” she said in a statement, adding: “The love between Tony and Carmela was one of the greatest I’ve ever known.” PLUS: Jamie-Lynn Sigler is “heartbroken,” “Uncle Junior” is glad he didn’t find out from TV, Michael Imperioli is “forever grateful,” Holsten’s pays tribute, see the Star-Ledger’s front page, his 13-year-old son found Gandolfini collapsed in the bathroom of his hotel room, Bryan Cranston says Tony Soprano is responsible for Walter White, HBO to put up an “HBO mourns” message, and see Gandolfini in 1986.

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