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Actor James Gandolfini, who rose to fame as crime boss Tony Soprano on the “The Sopranos,” has died of a possible heart attack in Italy, according to HBO.
There were few immediate details surrounding his death at 51, although he was believed to be on vacation in Rome.
Gandolfini, a New Jersey native, appeared in films and on the stage before his breakthrough part in 1999 as Mafia boss Tony Soprano in the HBO series, which brought him three Emmys during its six-year run.
Here's video of "The Sopranos'" infamous final scene, which featured Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'"