Broadway theatres paid tribute to James Gandolfini last night, dimming their marquees in memory of the actor.
Best known for his role as Tony Soprano in the hit HBO series The Sopranos, the star also had a successful stage career.
Speaking about the Emmy Award winning actor, Charlotte St. Martin, executive director of The Broadway League, said: "James Gandolfini was a consummate actor who brought individuality to each role and inspired a true connection with the audience."
She added, "whether on screen or on the Broadway stage, he made every role believable and seemingly effortless."
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