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  • Tony Soprano
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  • Tony was born to The Sopranos family in 1999 while seeing his dad chop off someone's tie. Nonetheless, despite killing loved one, colleagues and foes, and screwing hot chicks at the drop of a hat, he's technically not a serial killer, just an emotiaonlly unstable asshole who talks to a leggy shrink about his bitchy old mom and his non mafia business, ya know like where to unload 80 cases of beer, being kept up all night feeling guilty for cheating on his wife with 80 women you know regular stuff.
  • Anthony "Tony" John Soprano, Sr., also known as Tony Soprano, was the De facto Boss of the DiMeo crime family. Tony has to juggle North Jersey's most powerful criminal organization, keeping it functioning properly and keeping dissonance to a minimum. The relationship between Tony and his uncle, Corrado John Soprano, Jr. (better known as Junior Soprano), was very close for many years, with Junior acting as a father figure for Tony following the death of Giovanni (AKA Johnny Boy) Soprano, Tony's father. However, the relationship was strained when a disgruntled Junior became more and more marginalized in the organization as the FBI's investigation into his activities increased. He had Brendan Filone killed, which infuriated Tony. Furthermore, he conspired with Tony's own mother, Livia Soprano
  • Shadowbolts <default>Evil-doer</default> File:Soprano.jpg Tony Soprano is the main character of the HBO drama series The Sopranos. He is a New Jersey Mafia boss who is constantly struggling to manage both his crime family and his actual biological family. Due to all this stress he frequently undergoes psychological therapy (which actually does nothing to deter his criminal habits) and has many strange dreams. Tony was played by the late James Gandolfini. Tony was ranked #33 on the Wizard Magazine List.
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Eye
  • Brown
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type of villain
  • Protagonist Villain / Tragic Villain / Mobster
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Relatives
  • Quintina Blundetto
  • Bobby Baccalieri
  • Christopher Moltisanti
  • Domenica Baccalieri
  • Hugh DeAngelis
  • Mary DeAngelis
  • Corrado Soprano, Jr.
  • Sophia Baccalieri
  • Tom Giglione
  • Tony Blundetto
  • Alyssa Giglione
  • Bobby Boccalieri III
  • Brian Cammarata
  • Thomas Giglione, Jr.
Goals
  • Balance his mobster life and family life
Origin
  • The Sopranos
Skills
  • Intelligence, Criminal skills
Final
Affiliation
Spouse
Nickname
  • Tony, Tony Uncle Johnny, Big Ron, Don Antonio, Bada Bing , Skip, T, Tone, Leadbelly
Hair
  • Brown
DOB
  • 1959-08-24
First
Hometown
  • Newark, New Jersey
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Relationship
  • Gloria Trillo
  • Irina Peltsin
  • Valentina La Paz
Alias
  • Tony Soprano
  • Kevin Finnerty
  • Mr. Petraglia
  • Ronald F. Spears
Hobby
  • loving animals, sport fishing, shooting guns
Siblings
  • Barbara Giglione
  • Janice Baccalieri
Rank
  • Associate
  • Boss
  • Soldier
  • Captain
  • Street Boss
Children
  • Meadow Soprano
  • Anthony Soprano, Jr.
Episode
  • 86
Occupation
  • Crime Boss
  • Mobster
  • Co-owner of Bada Bing
  • Co-owner of Satriale's Meat Market
  • Waste Management Consultant for Barone Sanitation
Fullname
  • Anthony John Soprano
  • Anthony John Soprano, Sr.
Portrayed
  • James Gandolfini
  • Bobby Boriello
  • Danny Petrillo
Parents
  • Livia Soprano
  • John Soprano
Nationality
  • Italian-American
Size
  • 300
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  • Anthony "Tony" John Soprano, Sr., also known as Tony Soprano, was the De facto Boss of the DiMeo crime family. Tony has to juggle North Jersey's most powerful criminal organization, keeping it functioning properly and keeping dissonance to a minimum. The relationship between Tony and his uncle, Corrado John Soprano, Jr. (better known as Junior Soprano), was very close for many years, with Junior acting as a father figure for Tony following the death of Giovanni (AKA Johnny Boy) Soprano, Tony's father. However, the relationship was strained when a disgruntled Junior became more and more marginalized in the organization as the FBI's investigation into his activities increased. He had Brendan Filone killed, which infuriated Tony. Furthermore, he conspired with Tony's own mother, Livia Soprano, to have Tony killed (although the hit failed). Before Tony realized his mother had helped to plan the attack on him, he had been very close to her and had taken care of her. But Tony's mother was a bitter and pessimistic woman who rejected Tony's help and became very angry with him when he placed her in a retirement community, which Livia claimed was a "nursing home". After the attempt on Tony's life, he proceeds to confront his mother at the retirement home, but discovers she has had a stroke. This does not deter Tony's rage as he angrily lets his mother know that he found out about the truth. Their relationship after this nearly deteriorates, as Tony barely speaks to her after that. Despite a level of local notoriety, Tony has represented himself publicly as a waste management consultant to Barone Sanitation, one of the many fronts for his criminal enterprises. Tony had been using his putative nephew Christopher Moltisanti as a buffer between him and his capos during the past two seasons in order to insulate himself from the FBI. This subterfuge ended when Moltisanti was killed by Tony after an automobile accident. The reason that Tony killed Christopher was ultimately because of Christopher's drug habit and the fact that Tony was tired of dealing with Christopher's repeated failures. After the accident, Christopher said he would not pass the drug test. Tony was concern this would mean Christopher would be in trouble with the law, which means Christopher might give up Tony in exchange for reduced sentence. Tony even told his true feelings about Christopher's death to Dr Melfi. He said "I am relieved, he was a tremendous drag on my emotions, on my thoughts about the future. Every morning I wake up thinking, is today, the day that one of my best friends is gonna dime me to the FBI? And a weak fucking sniveling lying drug addict is the worst kind of bet". Christopher had been badly injured in the accident, and when Tony initially went to call 911, he looked at the back-seat and saw that a tree branch had come through the window and destroyed the car-seat of Christopher's baby daughter. Thankfully, she was not in the car at the time, but if she had been, she would have surely been killed. Tony decided that enough was enough, and although he loved Christopher, Tony ultimately chose to end his nephew's life that night. Bobby Baccalieri was being groomed as Moltisanti's replacement until he was killed by Phil Leotardo's hitmen when the Lupertazzi Crime Family launched a war against the DiMeo Crime Family. Tony managed to strike a truce with Phil's underlings, however, and after Phil is assassinated, Tony returns safely to his criminal enterprise. He is last shown having dinner with his family at the famous Holsten's restaurant in New Jersey, though the possibility of a criminal indictment, thanks to a gun charge and testimony from Carlo Gervasi, looms over his head. A patron in Holsten's credited as "Man in Members Only Jacket" ominously looks twice in Tony's direction and then walks past Tony's booth to the bathroom. Tony Soprano's ultimate fate remains unknown.
  • Shadowbolts <default>Evil-doer</default> File:Soprano.jpg Tony Soprano is the main character of the HBO drama series The Sopranos. He is a New Jersey Mafia boss who is constantly struggling to manage both his crime family and his actual biological family. Due to all this stress he frequently undergoes psychological therapy (which actually does nothing to deter his criminal habits) and has many strange dreams. Tony was played by the late James Gandolfini. When the series finale of The Sopranos aired, viewers were widely expecting Tony to be killed in the final episode. However, the series instead ends with the show abruptly cutting to black during a mundane scene of Tony eating onion rings with his family in a restaurant, while the song "Don't Stop Believing" by the band Journey plays. This baffled and disappointed thousands of viewers around the world and was widely discussed in the entertainment media, inspiring numerous parodies. It is possible that Tony was in fact killed in the final scene, and the screen cutting to black represents him dying, but it is not confirmed either way and the series creator has stated that the ending was meant to be ambiguous. Tony was ranked #33 on the Wizard Magazine List.
  • Tony was born to The Sopranos family in 1999 while seeing his dad chop off someone's tie. Nonetheless, despite killing loved one, colleagues and foes, and screwing hot chicks at the drop of a hat, he's technically not a serial killer, just an emotiaonlly unstable asshole who talks to a leggy shrink about his bitchy old mom and his non mafia business, ya know like where to unload 80 cases of beer, being kept up all night feeling guilty for cheating on his wife with 80 women you know regular stuff.
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