Michael Imperioli
The "Sopranos" alum co-hosts the chart-topping podcast with fellow series alum Steve Schirripa.
Imperioli also shouted out Paul Sorvino and Tom Sizemore as "brilliant actors" who were "forgotten by the Academy."
The upcoming mystery project feature marks a "Sopranos" reunion along with Steve Schirripa.
"I'll never forget my hands were violently shaking about to put a tube into his arm," Hale said of playing a nurse to Dominic Chianese's Uncle Junior.
Adler's controversial methods didn't work for the young actor, but things turned out alright for "The Sopranos" standout.
We're ready to check in to "The White Lotus" Season 2, starring Aubrey Plaza, Michael Imperioli, and more A-listers in the HBO series.
The return of an original "Sopranos" star was "the maraschino cherry on top" for creator David Chase.
Imperioli said he got accidentally "plastered" on set before filming a memorable season four scene.
Michael Imperioli is developing a scripted series based on his experiences as a Buddhist.
Michael Imperioli says "Sopranos" fans are most angry with his character for sitting on a dog and killing it.
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