Was Tony Soprano Whacked? 'Meadow' Has a Theory

Actress Jamie-Lynn Siger doesn't think Tony was killed
By Newser Editors,  Newser Staff
Posted Dec 13, 2019 1:55 PM CST
'Meadow Soprano' Has Theory on That Finale
This 2000 photo originally provided by HBO shows, from left, Jamie-Lynn Sigler as Meadow Soprano, James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano, Edie Falco as Carmela Soprano, and Robert Iler as Anthony Soprano Jr. or A.J.   (AP Photo/HBO, Anthony Neste)

It's been 12 years since The Sopranos ended in ambiguous fashion, with viewers debating to this day whether Tony was fatally ambushed in the final scene. Now Jamie-Lynn Sigler, the actress who played daughter Meadow Soprano, is weighing in with her opinion. No, Tony didn't get whacked, she tells the Daily News, though she stresses this is only her opinion and not "inside information." So who entered the restaurant just before the final scene faded to black? "It was Meadow, I think," coming to join her family, says the actress. (Still, if Tony was killed, it was likely the restaurant patron in the Members Only jacket, she adds.) Sigler, 38, is making the media rounds to plug her new film, Mob Town. She also spoke of the challenges of living with multiple sclerosis while on the Today show, and People has details on that. (More The Sopranos stories.)

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