Real life ex-mobster mourns the death of Tony Soprano


This week the entertainment world was saddened by the untimely death of actor James Gandolfini. He was 51 years-old. Known to audiences mostly for his his award-winning portrayal of Italian-American gangster Tony Soprano from HBO's The Sopranos, Gandolfini is widely revered for re-defining and re-popularizing the anti-hero in American television. But how did real life gangsters see the fictional mafia boss? Former Gambino crime family mobster Louis Ferrante - who now hosts the Discovery Channel's Inside the Gangster's Code - talks about the mafia's love for the Big T.
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