James Gandolfini: The Real Life of the Man Who Made Tony Soprano by Dan Bischoff - PDF free download eBook

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  • Published: Sep 14, 2015
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James Gandolfini The Real Life of the Man Who Made Tony Soprano is the first biography of the actor who died, in June 2013 at age 51, widely recognized as one of the bestand most definingactors of his generation. The book is informed by fresh...

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9781250051325
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St. Martins Press
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English
Pages
272
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James Gandolfini The Real Life of the Man Who Made Tony Soprano is the first biography of the actor who died, in June 2013 at age 51, widely recognized as one of the bestand most definingactors of his generation. The book is informed by fresh interviews with Sopranos actors, the stars acting teachers and coaches, his childhood friends, buddies from his days as a nightclub bouncer, and Hollywood figures including the directors of his posthumously released films. Bischoff decodes Gandolfinis portrayal of mobsters and bad guys from his breakout role in True Romance with Patricia Arquette to the television series role that made his career, and his portrayals of real people like Leon Panetta in Zero Dark Thirty.

Gandolfinis personal lifefrom his marriages and family interactions to his deep friendships with his fellow cast membersenriches and enlivens this book, and deepens our understanding of the star. James Gandolfini The Real Life of the Man Who Made Tony Soprano is a fascinating look at Gandolfinis complicated relationship to his roots, to the role that made him wealthy beyond his imagination, and to American notions of masculinity, power and fame. Even as he scaled the heights of his profession, creating a TV character as vivid as Carroll OConnors Archie Bunker and as volcanic as Marlon Brandos Stanley Kowalski, Gandolfini remained a reluctant celebrity dedicated more to his craft than to his career.

James Gandolfini The Real Life of the Man Who Made Tony Soprano delivers a textured, multilayered portrait of the on- and off-screen life of a complex, talented man who rose from an Italian immigrant family in northern New Jersey to join the ranks of Americas most iconic actors, and whose death is mourned.

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BISCHOFF is the award-winning art critic for the Star-Ledger, where he has been covering art and culture in New Jersey and New York since 1996. Previously, as the chief political and investigative editor at The Village Voice, he developed pieces that won several awards. Bischoffs writing has been published in the Voice, Mother Jones, The Nation, The San Francisco Chronicle, The St.

Petersburg Times, ARTnews, The Deal, CBS MoneyWatch. com, and elsewhere. He lives in South Orange, New Jerseolfinis portrayal of mobsters and bad guys from his breakout role in True Romance with Patricia Arquette to the television series role that made his career, and his portrayals of real people like Leon Panetta in Zero Dark Thirty. Gandolfinis personal lifefrom his marriages and family interactions to his deep friendships with his fellow cast membersenriches and enlivens this book, and deepens our understanding of the star.

James Gandolfini The Real Life of the Man Who Made Tony Soprano is a fascinating look at Gandolfinis complicated relationship to his roots, to the role that made him wealthy beyond his imagination, and to American notions of masculinity, power and fame. Even as he scaled the heights of his profession, creating a TV character as vivid as Carroll OConnors Archie Bunker and as volcanic as Marlon Brandos Stanley Kowalski, Gandolfini remained a reluctant celebrity dedicated more to his craft than to his career. James Gandolfini The Real Life of the Man Who Made Tony Soprano delivers a textured, multilayered portrait of the on- and off-screen life of a complex, talented man who rose from an Italian immigrant family in northern New Jersey to join the ranks of Americas most iconic actors, and whose death is mourned.

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