Remembering James Gandolfini
Actor James Gandolfini has died during a trip to Italy. The three-time Emmy Award winner, a former bouncer, is best known for his role as mob boss Tony Soprano, who he played on TV from 1999 to 2007. He also appeared in last year's Zero Dark Thirty and the films Get Shorty, True Romance and Crimson Tide. Away from the cameras, the press-shy New Jersey native was famous for trying to avoid fame - a reluctant star, Gandolfini was rarely spotted on red carpets or at big events. He became a father for the second time just last year when his wife, former model Deborah Lin, gave birth to a baby girl. He also has a son with ex-wife Marcy Wudarski.