Edie Falco Biography
Edie Falco is an American film, television and stage actress best known for her role as Daine Whittlesey in OZ and Carmela Soprano on the series The Sopranos.
Edie Falco Age
Edith was born 5th July 1963, New York City, New York , United States. She is 55 years old as of 2018.
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Edie Falco Family
Macy Falco- Daughter
Frank Falco- Father
Judith Anderson- Mother
Paul Falco- Brother
Ruth Falco- Sister
Edie Falco Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $40 million to show for her hard work.
Edie Falco Movies
Every Act of Life
The Land of Steady Habits
I Love You, Daddy
Gods Behaving Badly
The Girl from Monday
The Great New Wonderful
Family of the Year
Death of a Dog
A Price Above Rubies
Berta (Bomb Squad Agent)
Trouble on the Corner
Cost of Living
Bullets over Broadway
Laws of Gravity
I Was on Mars
Female Cab Driver
The Unbelievable Truth
Jane – The Waitress
Woman in Carriage
Edie Falco Shows
Law & Order True Crime
Horace and Pete
Celeste “C. C.” Cunningham
Will & Grace
The Sunshine Boys
New York Undercover
Law & Order
Homicide: Life on the Street
Edie Falco James Gandolfini
Edie Falco Nurse Jackie
Falco starred as the title character in the Showtime dark comedy series Nurse Jackie, which premiered in June 8, 2009 and ended on June 28, 2015.
In 2011, Falco played the part of Bananas in the Broadway revival of House of Blue Leaves in New York City with Ben Stiller and Jennifer Jason Leigh, for which she received her first and only Tony Award nomination. It was announced in January 2013 that Falco would star in Liz Flahive’s The Madrid off-Broadway. The limited engagement, directed by Leigh Silverman, began previews on February 5 with an official opening February 26. Along with Falco, the play starred John Ellison, Christopher Evan Welch, Phoebe Strole, and Frances Sternhagen.
In 2016, Falco started portraying Sylvia Wittel on the Louis CK series, Horace and Pete. The first episode was released on January 30, 2016, on C.K.’s website without any prior announcements.New episodes premiered weekly until the tenth episode was released on April 2, 2016. In September 2017, she began portraying Leslie Abramson in the first season of the NBC true crime anthology series Law & Order True Crime, subtitled The Menendez Murders.
Edie Falco Oz
In 1997, Falco started portraying prison officer Diane Whittlesey, in the HBO series Oz. Falco got the role after working with Fontana on Homicide
Edie Falco The Sopranos
Falco received her breakout role in the HBO drama, The Sopranos. The series premiered in 1999 and ended in 2007. She portrayed Carmela Soprano, wife of Mafia boss Tony Soprano. The series received wide acclaim, and is often considered to be one of the greatest television series of all time. For her role on the series, Falco won three Primetime Emmy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, and five Screen Actors Guild Awards. As of 2008, Falco, The X-Files star Gillian Anderson, Ugly Betty star America Ferrera, and 30 Rock‘s Tina Fey are the only actresses to have received a Golden Globe, an Emmy, and a SAG Award in the same year. Falco won these awards in 2003 for her performance as Carmela Soprano during the fourth season of The Sopranos. During her tenure on The Sopranos, Falco appeared in films such as Freedomland, and John Sayles’ Sunshine State, for which she received the Los Angeles Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actress. She also guest starred on the television series Will & Grace.
Edie Falco 30 Rock
She starred as Celeste “C. C.” Cunningham in 30 Rock.
Edie Falco Law And Order
She guest-starred four episodes of Law & Order before becoming a main cast member in Season One of Law & Order: True Crime. In the latter series, she played Leslie Abramson.
Edie Falco Emmy Awards
She received six Emmy nominations, winning three for an Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series as well as winning two Golden Globes and five Screen Actors Guild Awards.
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Edie Falco Reveals She Still Hasn’t Seen The Sopranos — 20 Years After Series Premiered
“I haven’t seen the show, actually,” Edie Falco revealed
updated: January 10, 2019.
It’s been 20 years since The Sopranos debuted on television — and star Edie Falco still hasn’t seen the iconic series.
In honor of the show premiering two decades ago, the cast reunited at the SVA Theater on Wednesday in New York City for the 20th anniversary panel discussion, where they reminisced about their time on the crime drama.
“It’s completely surreal,” Falco, 55, told Extra. “It’s just weird. It was so nice to see everybody and have a moment of like, ‘Oh, this is really weird!’ At least we can all be open about the fact that we all had a certain amount of trepidation about showing up. Like, what is this going to feel like, you know?”
“Many of these people I haven’t seen in 10, 15 years,” she said.
The David Chase-created series premiered in 1999 and aired for six seasons before it wrapped in 2007.
Although the program was nominated for and won a bevy of awards — including Golden Globes SAGs and Emmys — Falco still hasn’t seen the show.
“I haven’t seen the show, actually,” she told the outlet. “There are many, many episodes I haven’t seen.”
Falco, who starred as Carmela Soprano, also reflected on one notable and missing member of the cast: lead actor James Gandolfini.
Gandolfini, who played mob boss Tony Soprano, died in June 2013 at age 51. He suffered a heart attack while traveling in Rome.
Asked what made him so special, Falco said of Gandolfini, “I think ’cause he didn’t know how good he was.”
During an interview on Today that aired Thursday morning, key members of the iconic HBO drama’s cast reunited and discussed some of their “big boy’s” — as actress Lorraine Bracco referred to Gandolfini — crazier antics on the show.
When Falco was asked about her favorite scene with “Jimmy,” she recounted a moment that likely wouldn’t have stood out to most viewers.
“First thing that comes to mind was there was a scene where he and I were in a lawn chair in the backyard by the pool,” the Nurse Jackie star said. “It was tender, but it was Sopranos-esque in that it wasn’t, like, loving. It was just very, sort of, a day in the life of a long-term couple.”
Other actors also shared moments where Gandolfini made them laugh hysterically — or sob
“You people don’t have any idea how great it was to work with James Gandolfini,” said Vincent Pastore, who played Salvatore Bonpensiero. “He was the best.”
“As I’ve said a thousand times, you do a scene with Jimmy Gandolfini, you walk away a better actor,” said Steven Van Zandt, who played Silvio Dante.
Robert Iler added that when they reunited, there was “an invisible Jim bubble around us and every hug is a little longer. He’s very, very missed.”