Steve Schirripa: They Reshuffle the Cards Every Morning
You probably know Steve as Bobby 'Baccala' Baccalieri from the Sopranos, or maybe you know him from his current role on Blue Bloods, but he is so much more than just an actor. Born and raised in a low-income household in Brooklyn, he eventually played collegiate basketball and graduated from Brooklyn College. He headed to Vegas and began working in night clubs where he met a multitude of comics and celebrities and was eventually bitten by the acting bug himself, much later than most. What you'll hear throughout our conversation is the extreme hustle and lack of ego that accompanied Steve's very quick rise to fame on The Sopranos. Even while remaining gainfully employed as an actor, he has always kept a side hustle, producing, pitching and creating shows as well as writing a best-selling books and co-hosting one of the most successful podcasts around, Talking Sopranos. His longtime marriage and successful raising of his daughters still remains his most proud accomplishment.It is not the critic who counts. If you’ve been knocked down... get up, dust yourself off, and get back in the arena. If you want to give back, share this with someone who could use it and leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen, so more people can find this show and benefit from these conversations.If you dig the show, CLICK HERE to learn how you can make this experience 3D by joining our 10,000 NOs Insiders Community: access to a members-only Facebook group, intimate, weekly Live video calls with Matt, including monthly drop-ins with some of his badass past-guests & VIP friends and more.SHOW LINKS:10,000 NOs: THE BOOKJOIN THE 10,000 NOs TRIBEFOLLOW MATT ON SOCIAL10,000 NOs INSIDERSGUEST LINKS:IMDB (FILM/TV CREDITS)WIKIPEDIAINSTAGRAM (@STEVESCHIRRIPAOFFICIAL)TWITTER (@STEVENSCHIRRIPA)TALKING SOPRANOS PODCAST - YOUTUBESTEVE SCHIRRIPA BOOKS See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Pet Show says amóre to Steve Schirippa, the former Sopranos star and podcast host of Talking Sopranos alongside Michael Imperioli. He tells us why Tony and Carmela never had a dog and the pathology behind Tony’s love of animals. Plus, we go back to his Las Vegas days and learn the origins of Siegfried and Roy and much, much more.
Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa from Talking Sopranos
I'm So Obsessed
The final episode of The Sopranos aired on HBO on June 10, 2007 and yet 13 years later the show has found a new popularity with an entirely new generation of viewers watching it during the pandemic. To guide them through the world of New Jersey mobster Tony Soprano, cast members Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa better known as Christopher Moltisanti and Bobby Bacala respectively host a weekly podcast called Talking Sopranos. The two break down a single episode of The Sopranos and share new insights and untold stories about working on the iconic series.During an in-depth conversation, Imperioli and Schirripa open up about the legacy of James Gandolfini, rewatching the show as well as share their favorite character names from The Sopranos. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Steve Schirripa from The Sopranos, Blue Bloods, Casino and The Secret Life of The American Teenager, joins Tracey, Andrea and Chemda to talk about growing up in Brooklyn, scoring a table at Rao's and peeing with Paul Simon at Yankee Stadium. Guest @steveschirripaofficial Hosts Tracey Carnazzo @trixietuzzini Andrea Allan @andreacomedy69 Chemda @chemdakatg www.onlyinnewyorkpod.com
Sopranos stars Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa talk about a restaurant in Harlem (Rao’s) where you can’t get a table unless you are Scorsese, the mayor, or were on the Sopranos. P.S. Greg’s dad died there.
Episode 296 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features a conversation with actors Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa, who recently launched the "Talkin Sopranos" podcast. In addition to a wide-ranging discussion about "The Sopranos," in which we covered everything from the "Pine Barrens" episode to each actor's signature moment on the show, their characters dying before the series ended, the depth of the cast, the show's popularity, we also touched on ESPN's "The Last Dance, the duo's Knicks fandom and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices