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While he was known primarily for his role as mob boss Tony Soprano, James Gandolfini had a wide repertoire in film and TV

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This 2007 photo, supplied by HBO, shows James Gandolfini, left, Steven Van Zandt and Tony Sirico, right, members of the cast of the HBO cable television mob drama during their final season.

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This undated file photo, supplied by HBO, shows James Gandolfini, right, playing Tony Soprano, and his shrink, Dr. Jennifer Melfi, played by Lorraine Bracco, during a fourth season episode of "The Sopranos."

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Peter Capaldi as Malcolm and James Gandolfini as General Miller in IN THE LOOP, directed by Armando Iannucci.

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Cast member James Gandolfini poses at the premiere of "Zero Dark Thirty"at the Dolby theatre in Hollywood, California in this December 10, 2012 file photo.

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James Gandolfini in True Romance.

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James Gandolfini and Gene Hackman in Get Shorty.

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James Gandolfini in The Man Who Wasn’t There.

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Edie Falco portrays Carmela Soprano and James Gandolfini is Tony Soprano in a scene from one of the last episodes of the hit HBO dramatic series "The Sopranos."

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The Sopranos (The Last Episodes) James Gandolfini as "Tony Soprano".

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James Gandolfini in "Killing them Softly."

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Steven R. Schirripa and James Gandolfini from the Sopranos.

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Colonel Winter (James Gandolfini) keeps a watch over what happens in the prison yard from his office window in DreamWorks Pictures drama The Last Castle.

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Actor Billy Bob Thornton (L) and James Gandolfini are pictured in an undated publicity photo in a scene from the film, "The Man Who Wasn't There."

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Edie Falco as "Carmela Soprano" and James Gandolfini as "Tony Soprano".

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Actor James Gandolfini listens to a question during a news conference for the film "All the Kings Men" at the Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, Sunday Sept. 10, 2006.

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