James Gandolfini is coming home. Michael Kobold a spokesperson for the late actor's family issued a statement in Rome, confirming that the body of Gandolfini will return to American soil. "On behalf of the Gandolfini family, I would like to thank the Italian authorities for all the assistance they have rendered to repatriate James Gandolfini's remains to the United States,?
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has released an executive order that all flags in the state will be flown at half-staff on June 24, to "recognize the achievements and contributions" of James Gandolfini.
James Gandolfini's family were as shocked as we were at his sudden passing. The Sopranos star seemed in fine health and good spirits as he took his son to the Taormina Film Fest in Italy. According to a source in the Roman hospital, the autopsy results are in, and James officially died of natural causes. As suspected, the 51-year-old suffered a massive heart attack and couldn't be revived.