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The Actor Who Played Paulie Walnuts On ‘The Sopranos’ (Tony Sirico) Was Apparently Obsessive About His Hair And The Pillows On His Bed

In a show filled with countless classic moments that reshaped the entire paradigm of how great television can be, “Pine Barrens” still continues to standout as one of the creative high points of The Sopranos. In what’s basically the closest that the prestige series ever got to a bottle episode, the Steve Buscemi-directed “Pine Barrens” strands Michael Imperioli‘s Christopher Moltisanti and Tony Sirico‘s Paulie “Walnuts” Gualtieri in the New Jersey woods where the two gangsters watch their tough guy exteriors hilariously crumble as they clearly have no idea how to navigate in the wilderness and eventually resort to eating ketchup packets in an abandoned car to stay alive.
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‘The Sopranos’: Maureen Van Zandt Knew Tony Sirico From His Days Harassing Jimi Hendrix

Actors on The Sopranos saw many familiar faces at early table-reads. Paul Schulze (Father Phil) and Edie Falco (Carmela Soprano) had known each other for years by that point. Meanwhile, Michael Imperioli (Christopher Moltisanti) and John Ventimiglia (Artie Bucco) had been close since the ’80s. But few went back as far as Tony Sirico and Maureen Van Zandt.
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What Has Tony Sirico Been Up To Ever Since The Sopranos Ended?

HBO's landmark series The Sopranos explored many different elements of Tony Soprano's (James Gandolfini) life. Viewers saw the mafia boss interact with his family, deal with his relatives, visit his therapist, and, of course, manage the Mideo crime family. Crucial to managing that organization was leading, admonishing, and often just hanging out with the mobsters that made up his crew, like Baccalieri (Steve Schirripa), Silvio Dante (Steven Van Zandt), and Christopher Moltisanti (Michael Imperioli).
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