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The Soprano is a character played by David Chase who is portrayed by James Gandolfini in the HBO show.
The character has been a recurring character since the show’s inception.
In the show, he’s a crime boss who uses a variety of weapons including the chainsaw and the baton to attack his rivals and his enemies.
He is also a genius at chess and poker, and often fights on his own turf with his rival, Frank Costello.
The Sopras characters were played by Joe Pesci, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Christopher Walken, and they were portrayed by actors who were not on the show.
They were voiced by George Clooney, John Travolta, Richard Schiff, John Cusack, Mary Steenburgen, William H. Macy, Alan Cumming, Christopher Lloyd, Richard Dreyfuss, Paul Walker, James Gandalf and John Goodman.
In the early days of the series, “Soprano” was played by the actor John Slattery, who later became the series’ first cast member, and then was replaced by Michael Keaton.
Sopras character became more of a foil to Costello as the show progressed, but he was eventually replaced by a new character, Walter.
When the series ended in 2002, a new actor was cast as Walter: David Hyde Pierce.
During the showrunners’ final season, a second “Sotorno” played by actor Michael Cera was added, and it was revealed that he was actually a fictional character called Mr. Spade.
The show’s producers wanted Pierce to be the next character to play the role of the “Somberly” but, since Pierce was not on set during the season, he was replaced with a real-life character named “Brock.”
The show, and the character, were canceled in 2002.
The Soprano cast had their own TV series called The Sopras.
A spin-off called Sopranosa: The Movie was canceled after three seasons in 2004.
The series ended after three more seasons.
Other characters played by actors on other shows in the ’70s: James Garner played Frank Costellato, and Tony Curtis played Jimmy McGill.
Michael Keaton played “Sapranos” co-star and character of the show Jim Croce.
George Burns played “The Big Baddies” co‑star and star of “The Sopraptor.”
James Coburn played “Tin Cup” co‐star of “Big” and “Little.”
Johnny Carson played “Bones” co–star of the TV show The Odd Couple.
John Travolts character was played “Spice” co – star of the sitcom “Battlestar Galactica.”
George Clooney portrayed “Bugs Bunny” co star of The Sopra – tt, and “Spoony” co co- star of Battlestar.
Meryl Streep played “Big Trouble” co star of CBS TV series “The Carmichael Show.”
Tom Cruise played “Dr. Z” co actor of the movie “Ocean’s Eleven.”
The “Dracula” cast played “Killing Joke” co – star of HBO’s “The X-Files.”
“Draculas” co executive producer John Landis also played “Doctor” co ‑ star of ABC’s “CSI.”
Lois Dunham played “Aileen Wuornos” ‑ co- star in the “A Wrinkle in Time” TV series.