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Alec Baldwin Says He Was A Serious ‘The Sopranos’ Fan After He Noticed A Detail In The Graveyard

Alec Baldwin Says He Was A Serious ‘The Sopranos’ Fan After He Noticed A Detail In The Graveyard

One of the iconic Hollywood actors, Alec Baldwin proves how super The Sopranos fan he is after noticing a detail difficult to see in the graveyard.

The Sopranos is a series produced by David Chase that was broadcast on American HBO television between 1999-2007. The series starred names such as James Gandolfini, Edie Falco, and Michael Imperioli.

He uploaded a photo of a tombstone with the text Moltisanti on it and remembered his death, noting the inscription on it. Moltisanti is the surname of Christopher Moltisanti, played by Michael Imperioli in The Sopranos. Christopher Moltisanti, who is seriously injured after a traffic accident, is strangled and killed by Tony Soprano, another character of the series.

After Alec Baldwin saw the name on this tombstone, the scene of Christopher Moltisanti’s death is still in his memory, thereby proving how serious a fan of The Sopranos he was.

Here’s what he captioned:

“I got a little choked up when I saw this at the cemetery today. Brought back memories of Christopher getting “beaked” in the car. I guess you could say I was a serious Sopranos fan. @realmichaelimperioli”

See the Instagram post below.

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