The gangster genre is usually filled with dozens of equally important characters that make up the family as a whole, and The Sopranos is no exception. At the forefront of it all is Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini), a tough mafia leader who sees a psychiatrist for his personal problems.
This masterstroke helped make his character into one of the best written roles in television history. Never before had such a violent occupation been explored with ferocity and sensitivity in equal measure, but its Gandolfinis larger than life performance as the complex career criminal.
Quote: I'm serious. The wrong person finds out about this and I get a steel-jacketed anti-depressant right in the back of the head!
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