James Gandolfini Remembered In Edie Falco Emmys Tribute

This week, James Gandolfini's co-star Edie Falco, who played Tony Soprano's wife Carmela in The Sopranos, paid tribute to the actor who died earlier this year while on holiday in Rome.

Giving a speech at the Emmys – the prestigious America television award ceremony that Gandolfini dominated for a decade – she painted a now familiar picture of a man who was as great to know off screen as he was to watch on it.

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Amid the glitz and nonsense, it was a simple, sombre moment that had us reliving the sadness of the great man's death all over again. Here it is.

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