It's been 20 years since The Sopranos ushered in the era of small screen antiheroes, with the late, great James Gandolfini's turn as Tony Soprano arriving as an instant icon of the TV world forevermore.

The character was much more than some monosyllabic mob boss; when we first met Tony, he was suffering from panic attacks and a difficult family life (often, problems of his own making), and the David Chase-led show managed to masterfully meld his mental processes with the unconventional life he was living as the head of the Soprano Crime Family in New Jersey.

Whether it was an intense scene of violence or a trippy dream sequence or even a serene moment in the pool watching ducks, the show was utterly watchable through and through, thanks to the performances of Gandolfini and all of the many, supporting players.

Several members of the living cast assembled to celebrate the show's big anniversary this week, so let's take a look at what they and others from the series have been up to after starring in The Sopranos.

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