James Gandolfini was recently laid to rest after his untimely death on June 19. And now the late actor's will unsurprisingly reveals his young children will receive the vast majority of the wealth he left behind.
It was the 'Sopranos' reunion no one ever wanted to happen.
James Gandolfini was laid to rest today (June 27), just over a week after he died of a sudden heart attack in Italy -- and the list of mourners looked like a casting call.
It took a US President and two Secretaries of State to make it happen, but following James Gandolfini's unexpected death in Italy on June 19, the body of the 'Sopranos' actor is back on American soil, and plans have been made to lay him to rest.
An autopsy has confirmed that 51-year-old actor James Gandolfini, who passed away on Wednesday (June 19), died of natural causes. Specifically, a heart attack he suffered while in Italy for an appearance at Sicily's Taormina Film Festival.
An old-fashioned ice cream parlor and diner called Holsten's Brookdale Confectionary in Bloomfield, NJ became an impromptu gathering place for fans mourning the loss of actor James Gandolfini, who died of an apparent heart attack on June 19.
Got some Kleenex? You'll need it for this.
Stephen Colbert returned to hosting 'The Colbert Report' last night (June 19) and opened the show with a heartfelt tribute to his late mother, who died last week at the age of 92.
In doing so, he slipped out of his right-wing conservative character (something he almost never does) and was just Stephen Colbert, grieving son.