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Put a gangster and a junkie together and you get a junkie gangster, and you get nominated, there you go.
I do smoke in real life. A lot. We're all smoking right now in fact.
But James Gandolfini and Edie Falco, they did such great work, especially in the last show.
I find a lot of similarities just in the basic genetic makeup of these guys, of Christopher Moltisanti his character on the HBO show and Nick Falco his role on 'Law Order',
When he started, Christopher was really like a kid. He's had, over the years, more and more adult responsibilities and adult experiences. He's kind of closed some of the generation gap with Tony. But to play a character that actually progresses throughout time and matures is a luxury.
Tony literally makes you an offer you can't refuse. He's always there for you, for everybody. So when he asks you to be there for sick children, you're there. Period.