When it comes to "The Sopranos" cast, partners in crime also are colleagues in film.
Sharon Angela, who plays Rosalie Aprile on the Home Box Office mob drama, is joined by several fellow cast members in "Made in Brooklyn," an independent film that marks her debut as a director.
Among those in the movie are Vince Curatola, who plays Johnny "Sack" Sacramoni on "The Sopranos," Michael Rispoli (the late Jackie Aprile), and Richard Portnow (attorney Harold "Mel" Melvoin).
Peter Dobson, Joe Tabbanella, John Enos, Costas Mandylor and Katherine Narducci also are in "Made in Brooklyn," described as a story told in four short films. Angela is directing one of the segments of the project, now in production in New York.
"The Sopranos," starring James Gandolfini and Edie Falco, is set to return in March 2006 for its sixth season. The fifth season concluded in June 2004, although reruns have been airing, reported AP.
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