"The Sopranos" star sarcastically thanked the Supreme Court after it decided a Christian website designer could discriminate against same-sex marriage.
The actor who played Tony Soprano died of a heart attack in 2013.
"I wasn’t sure if it was a spoof, is this a comedy?" asked Michael Imperioli, who played Christopher Moltisanti on the classic HBO series.
The actor opened up about the “really bad” accident that ended in a surprising twist.
"Very excited to be joining Mike White and team!” the actor wrote on Instagram.
"I always felt like Thomas, I always felt like I was on the periphery of all that stuff, and this desire of a wannabe, well, I am an actor, I spent the last 25 years pretending to be somebody else."
Stars of the iconic series "The Sopranos" Dominic Chianese, Steven Van Zandt, Steve Schirripa and Michael Imperioli visited HuffPost Live to talk about being part of the show that reinvented a genre and to reminisce about the late James Gandolfini.
Michael Imperioli joins Josh to talk about how he thrives.
I've been a fan of Spike Lee -- if not of all of his movies -- for 25 years. And I've found that, more often than not, he's at his best when he's directing someone else's material -- or someone else's story. It's absolutely true of Oldboy.