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James Gandolfini, who rose to fame on “The Sopranos," died Wednesday.
Gandolfini's appealing portrayal of a gritty, unappealing guy ushered in the era of the modern TV antihero.
James Gandolfini, who died June 19 at the age of 51, reinvented the television antihero with his iconic portrayal of Tony Soprano, but he was also acclaimed for his extraordinary resume as a character actor.
The incredible success of New Jersey native James Gandolfini and "The Sopranos" changed the Garden State forever.
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Google’s chief legal officer tries to reassure customers that their gmail and Internet browsing history are safe from government prying.