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Book details
  • SubGenre:Entertainment & Performing Arts
  • Language:English
  • Pages:192
  • eBook ISBN:9781946989680

Chasing James Gandolfini

A Memoir

by Donna Bluze

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During her work as an extra in film and TV, especially on "The Sopranos," the author is able to transcend a difficult past and overcome depression, and alcohol and drug abuse.
Chasing James Galdolfini is based on a true story. It most importantly sheds the light on the best-written show on television. . .The Sopranos. It follows the author, a woman recovering from a severed heart and mini-breakdown. While out of work, she misses a taping of The Sopranos at her place of employment. Loving this series for so long, especially James Gandolfini as an actor, she is disappointed—until given an opportunity to possibly appear on the show. As she takes steps to fulfill her dream, the dark clouds slowly fade, and she makes her way to the light. Chasing James Gandolfini also takes you on a realistic journey through a young girl's life that most people will relate to. It offers a learning experience that touches on many subjects we may all deal with today from our past and into the present. It is full of encounters with many famous faces and memorable experiences. It is written with admiration for, and dedicated to, the great actor James Gandolfini.
About the author
Donatella Ramanno lives in Bergen County, New Jersey. She has worked as an extra in movies and TV and was most pleased when she was involved in The Sopranos.
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