Best known for her iconic recurring role as Charmaine Bucco (Artie Bucco’s wife) on the HBO crime drama series The Sopranos, Narducci has been a stand-out actress in the majority of her projects. She appeared as Carrie Bufalino in Martin Scorcese’s lauded crime epic The Irishman (2019), and most recently as Rosie Capone (Al Capone’s sister) in the biographical drama film Capone with Tom Hardy starring as the eponymous gangster. Other movie appearances include BA Bronx Tale (1993), Chicago Overcoat (2009), Jersey Boys (2014), Clint Eastwood’s Jersey Boys (2014) and Bad Education (2019). She landed a recurring role as Olympia Gigante in Epix’s 60s crime drama Godfather of Harlem (2019).
In the early stages of her career (which kicked off relatively late, at age 28), Narducci graced the screens in a variety of cameo performances on popular shows such as Law & Order, NYPD Blue, Third Watch and Blue Bloods. It was in 1999 that she received her career-defining role in The Sopranos, which has since catapulted her into stardom.
As an Italian-American she’s often been typecast for roles in Italian mob movies and shows, but hopes now to leverage her undeniable acting talents to well and truly escape from this pigeonhole. A vastly experienced actress with understated versatility, her fanbase is exceptionally excited to see what sort of roles she pivots into from now.