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Pandemic TV hero Lorraine Bracco on why ‘The Sopranos’ was a quarantine hit and that house in Sicily she bought for a buck

Lorraine Bracco’s voice sounds like a hug feels. It is a voice for belting “Oh, my God!” at news that delights or amazes her, for describing people she adores as “delicious.” On “My Big Italian Adventure,” the HGTV show documenting her renovation of a house in Sicily that she purchased for one euro, her voice booms joyously down cobblestone streets as she takes a sledgehammer to a wall that needs removal — “Oh, yeah! So satisfying!” — or as she good-naturedly shouts “Momentito!” to a local who is speaking faster than her interpreter can interject.
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Mob Drama ‘The Birthday Cake’, With Ewan McGregor, Shiloh Fernandez, Val Kilmer & Lorraine Bracco, Gets UK & Aus Deals and With 3 New Movies On The Horizon, Val Kilmer Is An Inspiration to Anyone Facing Cancer

Mob Drama ‘The Birthday Cake’, With Ewan McGregor, Shiloh Fernandez, Val Kilmer & Lorraine Bracco, Gets UK & Aus Deals and With 3 New Movies On The Horizon, Val Kilmer Is An Inspiration to Anyone Facing Cancer. Last News:. With 3 New Movies On The Horizon, Val Kilmer Is An...
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Mob Drama ‘The Birthday Cake’, With Ewan McGregor, Shiloh Fernadez, Val Kilmer & Lorraine Bracco, Gets UK & Aus Deals

EXCLUSIVE: Signature Entertainment has acquired mob crime-drama The Birthday Cake for UK-Ireland and Australia/New Zealand. Starring in the feature are Ewan McGregor (Trainspotting), Val Kilmer (Heat), William Fichtner (Black Hawk Down), Luis Guzmán (Traffic), Emory Cohen (The Place Beyond the Pines), Aldis Hodge (The Invisible Man), Penn Badgley (You), Ashley Benson (Spring Breakers), Lorraine Bracco (Goodfellas) and Shiloh Fernandez (Evil Dead).
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Lorraine Bracco on Her Night With Salvador Dali, a Bathtub, and 500 Escargots

Before Lorraine Bracco claimed a spot in television history as Dr. Jennifer Melfi on The Sopranos—a role that earned her four Emmy nominations—the 66-year-old actor and host of HGTV’s My Big Italian Adventure became synonymous with the mafia genre for her Oscar-nominated portrayal of a disgruntled wife opposite Ray Liotta in Martin Scorsese’s classic mob movie Goodfellas. Here, she revisits (and revises) her Interview cover story from 1990, which hit newsstands shortly after the film’s release.
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