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Vincent Pastore, also known as “Big Pussy” of the Sopranos, who wrote a play called “Wild Children” which is getting ready to do a 3 week run at The Drilling Company in NYC, was one of our guests this week on Totally Driven Radio.
Vincent explained how he ran bars for over 25 years, and his play “Wild Children” is autobiographical from his experiences from his bar days.
He told us, that he has been working on this for a while, and that this is his baby, and that every actor has a story in them.
Vincent talked to us about how he is also currently doing Woody Allen’s play “Bullets Over Broadway” and how he is honored to have been hired by Woody.
He explained how his background is actually singing and dancing, and people don’t realize that.
Vincent told us that he loves to do it all in entertainment, he has also done radio, and stand up as well, and that he tries to do it all and keep busy.
Vincent explained he never expected The Sopranos to be become the hit that it was, and that you never know what people are going to like until you throw it out there.
Vincent talked whether or not he was upset by being killed off the Sopranos, even though he was supposed to be on the show for 6 years.
Vincent discussed being on the soap opera General Hospital.
Vincent explained to us how he wants to do what he enjoys doing before his time is up, and he is really enjoying doing theater and that his life is good.
He talked to us about doing fundraising for his play, and how people are using Kickstarter to raise the funds for their projects.
Vincent joins Totally Driven Radio at the 25 minute mark, and hangs out with the boys for over 30 minutes to discuss these topics and more.
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