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#1 Edited by Blu3V3nom07 (4194 posts) -

Actor and producer James Gandolfini has passed away suddenly of a suspected heart attack while on vacation in Italy. He was 51.

Gandolfini will be best remembered for his role as Tony Soprano on the hit HBO series The Sopranos.

Gandolfini is survived by his wife and son.

IGN: Actor James Gandolfini Dead at 51

I liked the Sopranos alot. I loved the last two seasons, and that season finale was wonderful. He's the guy that played Tony Soprano, if you might not know. RIP

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#3 Posted by EuanDewar (5143 posts) -

This is a major fucking bummer. RIP dude

#5 Edited by OneKillWonder_ (1979 posts) -

Holy shit, man...The guy was a tremendous actor. A sad loss, indeed. Rest in Peace.

#6 Posted by planetary (375 posts) -

Someone's dead, but all I can think of is the OP's use of "alot".

#7 Edited by CaLe (4208 posts) -

FUCK. God damn. I watched Sopranos not too long ago so this feels just wrong. WRONG.

#8 Posted by Rick_Fingers (525 posts) -

Damn, so young too.

#9 Posted by oraknabo (1567 posts) -


#10 Posted by jimmyfenix (3941 posts) -

Fuck man :( R.I.P

#11 Edited by jiggajoe14 (1019 posts) -

holy shit

#12 Posted by I_Stay_Puft (4594 posts) -

Damn so that fade to black will never get answered? RIP dude.

#13 Edited by TyCobb (2000 posts) -

Damn so that fade to black will never get answered? RIP dude.

Will Sasso will take over when needed.

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#14 Posted by PeasantAbuse (5094 posts) -

This is terrible. 51 is too young, RIP boss.

#15 Posted by TheHumanDove (2521 posts) -

Heart attack at 51? Jesus I better hit the gym

#16 Posted by AiurFlux (921 posts) -


I honestly have no other thoughts about this. I really liked James and thought he was an absolutely unbelievable actor. This is a fucking crying shame. I mean he will live on in one of the greatest television shows of all time, but he really did have more to offer I feel. Obesity is a motherfucker.

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#18 Edited by CommanderGermanShepard (309 posts) -

Damn easily my favourite character on TV.

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#19 Edited by Milkman (17833 posts) -

How can motherfuckers think of DRM at a time like this? :(

#20 Edited by AiurFlux (921 posts) -

@tycobb said:

@i_stay_puft said:

Damn so that fade to black will never get answered? RIP dude.

Will Sasso will take over when needed.

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Sasso has the look, Koch has the voice. Close your eyes and listen to it, it's almost identical.

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#24 Posted by slater45 (15 posts) -

Taken from us too early, Fantastic actor

#25 Posted by Grixxel (795 posts) -

This fucking blows. Great actor ;/ RIP.

#26 Edited by leebmx (2318 posts) -

Just started another thread - cos I didn't look outside Off-Topic - silly me. May as well shove in what I put there.

A real shame, he was absolutely fantastic as Tony Soprano in one of my favourite shows ever and I was looking forward to continuing enjoying his work. Saw Killing Them Softly recently and thought he was great - putting a really seedy, miserable spin on the character he was best known for. Don't have any idea what he was like in real life but will miss his big, hulking presence in movies and TV.

Also was he in any computer games - can't find him on the database?

EDIT: Ah - he was in The Sopranos: Road to Respect - makes sense I suppose :) Completely forgot about that game

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#28 Posted by Max_Cherry (1209 posts) -

Only 51! you're not even supposed to get your heart checked regularly until 55.Too young. It's a shame I hear he was a really nice guy. RIP

#29 Posted by Blu3V3nom07 (4194 posts) -

@leebmx: I think they did have a PS2 game, in fact. It might have even got released on PC.. Yea.. Never played it then, either..

#30 Edited by Blu3V3nom07 (4194 posts) -

Fun story about a couple of years ago; I might have even read it on IGN: He was doing theater for a bit after the season finale. Someone wanted his autograph, or just talk to him about him or whatever. So the guy sneaked backstage, and found James. James got all fucking mad, carried the over to the stage by his shirt and collar, and threw him off-stage 'Fresh Prince,' style. Security got to the guy soon enough. Fucking swearing I'm sure.

I would have to go find the article, but ah..

#31 Posted by RollingZeppelin (2274 posts) -

Damn, really great actor. Thanks for the Sopranos and all the other great works Mr. Gondolfini.

#32 Posted by stryker1121 (1761 posts) -

The first time I saw Gandolfini was a brief and very memorable scene he did in "True Romance." I'm glad he found big-time success, even if it was later in his career. By all accounts he was a soft-spoken, nice guy. RIP Mr. G..

#33 Posted by Redbullet685 (6184 posts) -

It really is such a shame this happened. I never watched The Sopranos, but I do really love his role in True Romance. RIP

#34 Edited by crusader8463 (14744 posts) -

Dam. Loved him in Sopranos. He was a great actor.

#35 Posted by CommanderGermanShepard (309 posts) -
#36 Posted by Apparatus_Unearth (3496 posts) -

I never watched The Sopranos but I liked him in In the Loop.

#37 Posted by Voxus (368 posts) -

I really need to get the box set of the Sopranos. RIP.

#38 Edited by fetchfox (1443 posts) -

What a gigantic bummer. Sopranos was flashing in front of my eyes when I read this, truly sad. All the best to his family.

#39 Posted by Soap_of_Death (97 posts) -

RIP. Loved watching The Sopranos and in particular Gandolfini portraying Tony Soprano.

#40 Edited by Reisz (1604 posts) -

A crying shame. Heart attack in Italy, man I hope he had a good couple of nights before he went out. I feel for his family, that's the worst, my thoughts go out to all of them.

#41 Edited by envane (1188 posts) -

@reisz: uhg all i see is a horrible pun

#42 Edited by Fredchuckdave (6932 posts) -

Damn, poor bastard. Didn't realize he was only 51, guess heavyset actors are like football players in terms of lifespans; he's great in a lot of things, not just the Sopranos. See for example: True Romance.

#43 Posted by Sanity (2050 posts) -

That blows, was such a great actor. RIP

#44 Posted by villainy (644 posts) -

Also known as the good part of The Mexican. RIP :(

#45 Posted by Breadfan (6803 posts) -

Gah, that's a huge bummer. Dude was a great actor.

#46 Posted by Reisz (1604 posts) -

@envane said:

@reisz: uhg all i see is a horrible pun

Then you're seeing something that isn't there. He was in a beautiful city for a film festival when he passed. Since he was away from his family I just hope his last days were filled with joy. Nothing more.

#47 Edited by RedCream (777 posts) -

He's the boss man. I don't think anyone can pull off what he did in Sopranos. He made the character iconic almost like Marlon Brando. RIP.

#48 Edited by ShadowConqueror (3226 posts) -

This is the worst news in a while.

#49 Edited by envane (1188 posts) -

@reisz: just the heart goes out bit seemed a bit on the nose to me, not saying you intended it at all .. :/ i agree otherwise

#50 Edited by Reisz (1604 posts) -

@envane: Shit I didn't even think of that, don't know how I missed it, that could skew as properly insensitive. I chose to change it, thanks.