Joseph R. Gannascoli [Interview]

Today Folks,  it is a day to honor an absolute LEGEND! Joseph R. Gannascoli is an incredible actor that you all surely know and love from his amazing role in the television series that changed the world known as The Sopranos. Or maybe from his multiple film appearances in projects like Mickey Blue Eyes, The King of Brooklyn, Bad Ass, and more. He is an incredibly charismatic man who has had an incredibly fascinating life thus far, and we are so happy that he was so kind to share a few words with us.

And, we are so excited that he felt that it was best to express himself through his own voice! Today we have our first non-voice over artist interview that was done with a voice text! And it I can not think about a better person to kick this hopeful trend off. He has such an amazing man with an amazing story to tell, and we are so damn excited that he wanted to share it with us!

So please enjoy some brilliant words with the Joseph R. Gannascoli!

How did you find yourself in the world of acting as a profession? I understand you were previously a pretty accomplished master of the culinary arts?

When you were first began your tenure on the now legendary HBO series The Sopranos, were you able to tell from the beginning that you were about to be a part of something very special? Something historical at that?
Your character Vito Spatofore hit on a subject that rarely tends to be brought up in the macho paradox of mafia related films and television, which is the subject of homosexuality. How did this storyline come to be? And how has the reaction to your role as Vito been from the fans, especially possible fans within the gay community?
I’ve come to learn that beyond being an accomplished actor and chef, you are also an author. I understand you have a novel out there right now? Can you tell us a bit about it?
When you’re not on set, cooking, or working on one thing or another, what do you do for a bit of “me time”? What would we find Joe Gannascoli doing in his down time?
What does the future hold for you? Anything you would like to share with our readers?

What was the last thing that made you smile?

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