As ‘Sinatra Meets The Sopranos’ heads back to Atlantic City, Michael Imperioli talks Scorsese, Lou Reed and the series that changed his life

Aug 07, 2019 870

BY: Chuck Darrow

Ace character actor Michael Imperioli’s resume includes stints—regular and one-offs in such television series as CalifornicationBlue Bloods, and even The Office, in which he memorably appeared in an episode as Dwight Schrute’s karate sensei. But he will likely forever be best-known for his role on The Sopranos as Christopher Moltisanti, mob boss Tony Soprano’s tightly wound, drug-sucking nephew who was one of the most compelling and (usually unintentionally) humorous characters in a series full of such individuals.

Although The Sopranos ended more than a decade ago, it remains extremely popular nationwide. In the Northern New Jersey/New York City area, it has long been a cultural touchstone. And because the same could be said for Frank Sinatra, it’s no wonder the Sinatra Meets The Sopranos program scheduled for Aug. 10 at Golden Nugget Atlantic City, is the presentation’s second AyCee visit this year.

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