It's been 20 years since HBO's celebrated crime drama hit the airwaves, so to celebrate the series' big anniversary, let's take a look at what the cast of the show is up to these days.
Lorraine Bracco starred as the unconquerable Dr. Jennifer Melfi, who first started treating Tony Soprano for his panic attacks and found herself engrossed in the mafioso's world, for better and for worse. Find out what she's up to now...
Bracco has since narrated a series called I Married a Mobster (hey, mafia stuff seems to be her niche, if you count in Goodfellas and her TV movie Getting Gotti). She also headlined Rizzoli & Isles and guest-starred in shows like Blue Bloods and BoJack Horseman.
Edie Falco's turn as Carmela, the long-suffering (albeit totally materialistic and complicit) wife of Tony Soprano was absolutely unforgettable, but she's had no trouble moving on from the iconic role.
Most notably, she starred in the title role of Showtime's Nurse Jackie and has enjoyed recurring roles on several other series like 30 Rock, Horace and Pete and Law & Order: True Crime.
Jamie-Lynn Sigler was just a teenager when she appeared as The Family's First Daughter, Meadow Soprano.
She's since tried to shake that sweetheart image a bit, starring as the infamous Heidi Fleiss in the TV movie Call Me and making regular appearances as herself in Entourage. Sigler has also been seen in Ugly Betty, Guys with Kids and films like Beneath the Dark and Jewtopia.
Bearing the same name as a notorious mobster made life, um, interesting for young Anthony John "A.J." Soprano Jr. But after a lot of misfires, he found his way in the end. Robert Iler, on the other hand, has been mostly absent from the screen scene since that finale cut to black...
With the exception of a guest role in Law & Order, his credits pretty much end with The Sopranos. Iler has also dealt with some strange legal issues over the years -- hey, he might've just spent too much time around fake mobsters as a kid.
We still haven't gotten over the way Christopher "Chrissy" Moltisanti let Ade go down like that, but he learned the hard way that it was the absolute wrong call. Michael Imperioli, meanwhile, seems to be making good professional choices...
The actor's been able to star in all manner of other programs, including Life on Mars, Detroit 1-8-7, Californication and, most recently, Alex, Inc. He's also been spotted in Hawaii Five-0 and a key episode of Escape at Dannemora.
Things didn't turn out so well for poor Adriana La Cerva, but her real-life counterpart is doing just fine. Here's what she's up to now...
After a rocky post-Sopranos performance on the Friends spin-off series Joey, Drea de Matteo went on to earn regular roles in Desperate Housewives, Sons of Anarchy and Shades of Blue.
Whether you loved her or hated her, Janice Soprano was a take-notice kind of character, and Aida Turturro was a force in the role. See what she looks like now...
It's probably not a surprise that she's been steadily working ever since, appearing on shows like ER, The Blacklist, Law & Order: SVU and even a couple episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
It'd be hard for Tony Sirico to top his kooky mobster persona Paulie "Walnuts" Gualtieri, but Tony Sirico hasn't stopped trying...
Most notably, the actor voiced a recurring role on Family Guy as the Griffin's new dog, Vinny, and it was a tail-wagger role for him, alright.
Real-life husband-and-wife duo Maureen and Steven Van Zandt portrayed Gabriella and Silvio Dante, the latter of whom was Tony's trusted consigliere. But now?
The two recently appeared together again in small roles for the Netflix holiday film The Christmas Chronicles.
As Junior Soprano, Dominic Chianese's expressions could cut you with a knife without him so much as blinking an eye...
The actor has carried that innate gravitas to his subsequent screen work in Damages, Boardwalk Empire and The Good Wife, to name just a few of his impressive credits.
Poor Bobby Bacala had a tendency to get in over his head because he was an unusually kind and gentle person, all things considered. If Steve Schirripa possesses even half of Bobby's earnestness, it's no wonder his career has been flourishing over the past two decades.
He's successfully navigated the film scene with a recurring voice role in the Open Season animated film series and movies like Jersey Boys and Wonder Wheel. On the TV front, he also starred in The Secret Life of the American Teenager and Blue Bloods.
Artie Bucco had a love-hate relationship with himself, especially when it came to the fact that his beloved restaurant basically became Tony Soprano's stomping grounds. Now...
The actor portraying him, John Ventimiglia, has had no trouble getting people to respect him, though, and he's enjoyed regular roles in several other series, like Law & Order, Blue Bloods, The Good Wife and Marvel's Jessica Jones.
Charmaine Bucco was a little less wont to take Tony's crap than her husband, so maybe she should've been the one running things and making decisions for their family. Alas.
Actress Kathrine Narducci has been in command of her own career in the years since, however, hopping over the film side of the biz quite often to star in movies such as Jersey Boys and The Irishman. She hasn't altogether disappeared from TV, though, and even held a recurring role in Power.
Even though Johnny "Sack" Sacramoni was almost always at odds with the antihero we were supposed to be rooting for (sort of?), there was something surprisingly wholesome about his commitment to family and principles.
Ever since that character met his end, Vincent Curatola has kept himself very busy on the small screen, with roles on The Good Wife, Blue Bloods, The Blacklist and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
We'll never look at one of those talking fish plaques the same way after what happened to Salvatore "Big Pussy" Bonpensiero in The Sopranos. Fortunately, actor Vincent Pastore had no such experience in real life.
He's been absolutely swimming through the cinematic scene with dozens and dozens of movie roles to his name since his big Sopranos bon voyage. Among them: The Family, Shark Tale and Revolver.
Tony really met his match when he met Gloria, didn't he? She was a whip-smart and classy career woman, and she deserved better than what he had to offer.
Actress Annabella Sciorra has since starred in Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The L Word, Mental and had recurring roles in Marvel's Luke Cage and Daredevil, and she even appeared in GLOW for a few key episodes.
The oh-so-obnoxious Ralph Cifaretto might've had no real fans, but Joe Pantoliano does.
The actor has remained busy in the film and TV scenes, including one of his most recent turns as Michael Gorski in Netflix's Sense8.
There can't be two Tonys (at least not for long), and Tony Blundetto found that out in the end. What a battle that was! In real life, though, Steve Buscemi has been hard to beat in the way of accomplishments.
His work in Boardwalk Empire was even more celebrated than what he did in front of and behind the lens of The Sopranos, and he's continued to do interesting work on projects like Nurse Jackie, Portlandia and his self-titled Park Bench with Steve Buscemi.
As one of the unofficial family members, Hesh managed to keep himself out of trouble most of the time and still enjoy the perks of being at arm's length from so many made men. So, what's he up to these days?
After starring in the role, actor Jerry Adler continued to tear it up on on the tube, with roles in shows like Rescue Me, The Good Wife and Transparent.
The name Furio was pretty fitting for him because the guy was a buster when it came to collecting debts for Tony. Here's what he looks like now...
In real life, Furio Giunta actor Federico Castelluccio probably doesn't pound as many faces as his Sopranos counterpart, but you may have seen him around the entertainment scene again on shows like NYPD Blue and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.