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My mother was the total influence. My father was what we call a nomadic person; he was a wanderer.
There was certainly less profanity in the Godfather than in the Sopranos. There was a kind of respect. It’s not that I totally agreed with it, but it was a great piece of art.
The choreographer for the Milton Berle show wanted me to audition. I walked away from that.
People have an image of Italians. When I go somewhere in the world, I don’t care where it is, when they look at me it’s not about my intelligence. It’s who can I beat up.
An album is such a personal thing. It’s something I always wanted to do. It’s me doing me, singing as me.
If I stunk for some reason, you can always blame it on the character.
I’m a traditionalist. I have certain values I live by.
I have sons, and they have never said the word hell in front of me or my wife. That’s the truth.
Death can’t be so bad if mom went through it. It makes it easier for the child to follow.
I don’t know anyone who curses the way they do on the Sopranos. Not in an Italian household. I never said the word hell in front of my mother.
You don’t have to be worried about labeling me.
My entire family were Democrats all our lives. But because how furious I was about the previous administration, I turned in my card to become a Republican. I did not want to be known as a Democrat under that person’s regime.