For a film fascinated by the notion of fate and family, it seems only fitting that Alessandro Nivola spotted one of his grandfather’s sculptures in the background of a Sopranos episode the day after being cast in The Many Saints of Newark. Billed as The Sopranos prequel, the film sees writer and producer David Chase return to the world of the New Jersey Mafia, with Nivola playing Dickie Montesanti – a young Tony Soprano’s misguided mentor and a tragic figure thinly concealed behind a glamorous veneer.
Among cameos in Noah Baumbach’s new film and a couple of lighter-relief comedic projects, Nivola spent an afternoon with Man About Town to tackle the ever pressing question of whether we are all destined to become our parents, among other things.
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