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For nearly ten years, Edie Falco she played the "milfy" wife of mob boss Tony Soprano.
There's only one woman who can handle living with Tony Soprano, and that's Camela, played by Edie Falco, who received three Emmy Awards, two Golden Globes and two Screen Actor's Guild awards for her role on The Sopranos ([[Jamie-Lynn Sigler]]). But before she was married to the mob, Falco had already made a name for herself in television drama.
After a few small roles in films such as Private Parts (Jenna Jameson), Falco found success on TV shows such as Homicide: Life on the Street, New York Undercover and HBO's prison show Oz. In 1999, Flaco was offered the role of lifetime, playing wife to New Jersey crime boss Tony Soprano on HBO's hit show The Sopranos. For seven seasons, audiences watched as Falco's character was forced to deal with problems and situations that make the common task of picking up the kids from soccer look as easy as taking a nap.
Falco also starred on the stage in shows such as Side Man and Night Mother. Her next role will be a three episode guest spot on 30 Rock with Tina Fey.
In August 2010 Edie won an Emmy award for her Role in Nurse Jackie for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.