A hearse arrives at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine for The Sopranos star James Gandolfini's funeral June 27 in New York. Gandolfini died June 19 in Rome from a heart attack.
The media is in position before the funeral outside the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in Morningside Heights.
Flowers arrive outside the church for the funeral of The Sopranos' James Gandolfini.
Lorraine Bracco, who co-starred on The Sopranos as Dr. Jennifer Melfi, arrives at the funeral service for James Gandolfini.
Mourners line up outside the funeral service for James Gandolfini at New York's Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine.
Guests Enter Church
Guests enter the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine for Gandolfini's funeral service.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie arrives at the funeral for James Gandolfini. Christie released an executive order that all flags in the state will be flown at half-staff June 24 to "recognize the achievements and contributions" of Gandolfini.
Alec Baldwin arrives at James Gandolfini's funeral on June 27 in New York. Baldwin co-starred opposite Gandolfini in 1996's The Juror.
Jerry Adler, who co-starred on The Sopranos as Herman "Hesh" Rabkin, arrives at James Gandolfini's funeral.
A hearse enters a side entrance at the funeral of James Gandolfini at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine on June 27.
Steve Buscemi was among the attendees at James Gandolfini's funeral on June 27. Buscemi appeared in The Incredible Burt Wonderstone with Gandolfini.
The Sopranos'Jamie-Lynn Sigler attends the funeral for James Gandolfini. Sigler reflected on her time on the HBO drama with the late actor: "I spent 10 years of my life studying and admiring one of the most brilliant actors, yes, but more importantly one of the greatest men."
John Turturro attends the funeral for James Gandolfini, whom he directed in 2005's Romance and Cigarettes.
The Sopranos creator David Chasewas the last to eulogize James Gandolfini at the June 27 funeral service. "I asked around, and experts told me to start with a joke or recite a funny anecdote. Ha, ha, ha. But, as you said, 'I'm not feeling it,' " he said.
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