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26 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Michael Imperioli. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Michael Imperioli, often where they are interviewed.

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26 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Michael Imperioli. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Michael Imperioli, often where they are interviewed.

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#1493 - Steve Schirripa & Michael Imperioli

The Joe Rogan Experience
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Steve Schirripa & Michael Imperioli were co-stars on the HBO show The Sopranos, and are now together hosting a re-watch podcast called "Talking Sopranos" that is available now on Apple Podcasts.

Jun 16 2020

2hr 45mins

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Fanabla Thursday with Michael Imperioli!

Made Women
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Drea and Chris talk with the Sopranos star about his iconic role in the series that redefined television drama.
 

May 28 2020

46mins

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Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa

Sports Illustrated Media Podcast
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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.

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Apr 22 2020

46mins

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125 - Michael Imperioli - 4/15/2020

The Jim Rome Podcast
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Michael Imperioli on watching The Sopranos years later, what he loved about the show, James Gandolfini's presence on set, the challenges of playing Christopher, his new podcast Talking Sopranos, and so much more.

Apr 15 2020

34mins

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Michael Imperioli - Big New Interview Live in New York

Really Famous with Kara Mayer Robinson
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Michael Imperioli is back for a 3rd time on Really Famous. This time we did it in front of an audience of friends, family and fans of Really Famous and Michael. It was A BLAST. I loved it. There's a lot to explain, and I do it in the intro. Enjoy.

Here, a sample of interesting things Michael says during the show:

  • “I got really addicted to the news. Then at some point I realized, ‘Oh wow…they really want you to be addicted. They're a business. They want you to sit there as long as possible.’”
  • “I question all those things. I don’t know. It disturbs me.”
  • "I open doors for women. If someone has a problem with it and they tell me, then I won’t do it anymore. And that’s ok.”
  • "Talking about my career ... I’ve done that a lot of times, but actually going somewhere and talking about how we view the world is really interesting and engaging.”
  • “I don’t like looking back so much. I really like looking forward. Like if I’m on a train facing the wrong way, I’ll get sick.”
  • “David Chase actually said he doesn’t think there would be The Sopranos if there wasn’t Goodfellas.”
  • “As important as your relationship with your teacher is, the relationships you make with people of like mind is very important.”

We talk about so much. It's real. Join us.

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Mar 09 2020

1hr 2mins

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1/30 Level 3: Super Bowl props, Michael Imperioli, and more...

The Morning After Sports Betting
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Gabe, Joe, and Ariel open the final level of the show talking with actor Michael Imperioli about his new NBC tv show. The crew does the math to try and figure out which players were cheaters on the Astros, concluding that Jose Altuve may not be a cheater.

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Jan 30 2020

53mins

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S04 E07 MICHAEL IMPERIOLI

AllegedlyNYC
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On S04 E07 we are joined by screenwriter & Emmy-winning actor Michael Imperioli to discuss his first novel ‘The Perfume Burned His Eyes’, type casting, creative depression, fame, and the game changing TV series The Sopranos

Nov 18 2019

1hr 36mins

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JAZZIZ Backstage Pass: Actor Michael Imperioli on Jazz, Creativity and Co-Hosting the JFA Loft Party

JAZZIZ Backstage Pass
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Joining the podcast today is actor, writer, director and longtime jazz fan Michael Imperioli, best known for his role as Christopher Moltisanti on the HBO hit series The Sopranos, for which he won an Emmy in 2004. Imperioli's other onscreen credits include award-winning movies Goodfellas, Bad Boys, Lean on Me and Last Man Standing, as well as the Spike Lee productions Malcolm X, Jungle Fever and Summer of Sam, which he co-wrote and co-produced. In 2018, Imperioli published his first novel, The Perfume Burned His Eyes, which chronicled the life of a Queens teenager who moves with his broken family to Manhattan and goes on to befriend Lou Reed, a luminary of the 1970s downtown New York rock scene.

Imperioli is an avid admirer of that historic musical era in New York City, and an enthusiastic champion of rock and roll in general. But he's also a passionate jazz fan and an active member of the Jazz Foundation of America, an organization that provides financial support, housing assistance and disaster relief to musicians in need. On October 19, he'll return to his duties as co-host —along with actor Danny Glover — of the Jazz Foundation of America's Loft Party in New York City, a concert benefiting JFA's lifesaving programs. It will feature performances by Wyclef Jean and The Pharoah Sanders Quartet, along with a tribute to Miles Davis' Bitches Brew and a celebration of New Orleans icons Dr. John, Dave Bartholomew and Art Neville. The drum legend Roy Haynes will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award. If you're in the area and would like to support, you can buy tickets online at jazzfoundation.org.

In this episode, Imperioli talks about the records that brought him to the jazz flame, his total infatuation with Charles Mingus and Ron Carter and the time he smoked a joint with Gil Evans outside the jazz club Sweet Basil.

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Oct 10 2019

42mins

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Episode 12 Michael Imperioli

The Lydian Spin
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Michael Imperioli sits down to talk with Lydia and Tim. Michael is best known for his starring role as Christopher Moltisanti in the acclaimed TV series The Sopranos, which earned him a Best Supporting Actor Emmy Award.

He also wrote five episodes of the show and was co-screenwriter of the film Summer of Sam, directed by Spike Lee. In addition to appearing in six of Lee’s films, he has also acted in films by Martin Scorsese, Abel Ferrara, Walter Hill, Peter Jackson, and the Hughes Brothers. Lydia and Michael talk about how he started out as an actor, the joys of working with Martin Scorsese, and his debut novel The Perfume Burned His Eyes. This episode was filmed in a noisy back room of the Playboy Club in New York.

Oct 04 2019

38mins

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Dopey 205: Michael Imperioli, Bill Blaber, Meth, Relapse and Art

Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction
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This week on Dopey! First, we get a crazy meth story from IV meth addict in recovery, and fellow Mountainside alumni, Bill Blaber.  Then we are joined by  Sopranos, and Goodfellas star, Michael Imperioli. We hear about his process playing othe Dopey Nation voted 'favorite fictional addict' Christopher. Plus beatniks, New York City, Voicemails and much much more on a robust, reenacting, ridiculous, relapsing meth shooting, book writing, New York City loving episode of Dopey!

Sep 21 2019

2hr 14mins

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