Having made a name for herself as Meadow on “The Sopranos,” Jamie-Lynn Sigler was in fact New York born and bred. At an early age, Jamie-Lynn was trained in singing and acting and serious about it – so much so that she was a regular in the Long Island community theatre troupe, with roles in “A Wizard of Oz” and “Annie.” As a teenager she landed both a manager and the role of Meadow for HBO. Despite exposure and success, Jamie-Lynn struggled. She broke up with her boyfriend and soon descended into an eating disorder, but in the wake of September 11th, she made a comeback with the release of her only album, Here to Heaven.
2002 and 2003 proved to be major years for Jamie-Lynn – continued work on “The Sopranos,” a role in the film “Extreme Dating,” and the lead in “Beauty and the Beast” on Broadway. She married her manager A.J. Discalia in 2003 (separating in ‘05) and also appeared in “Love Wrecked” and a handful of other small pictures in 2006. Following “The Sopranos,” Jamie-Lynn appeared in “New York Serenade” and the mini-series “The Gathering.” She released an autobiography at the age of 21 in 2002 entitled “Wise Girl: What I’ve Learned About Life, Love, and Loss.”
Jamie-Lynn Sigler in "The Sopranos."
Jamie-Lynn on the Web
Jamie-Lynn Sigler at Maxim
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TV Guide: Jamie-Lynn Sigler
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Good bio and links to new projects.
Personal and career bio with external links.
Decent page emphasizing galleries of Jamie-Lynn.
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Jamie-Lynn on Video
Jamie-Lynn Sigler at the AXE Lounge
Check out this cool video as Jamie-Lynn discusses dating tips.
March 2004 Interview
Jamie-Lynn visits Craig Kilborn.
Jamie-Lynn on “Entourage.”
Jamie-Lynn takes InStyle on a tour of her home.
Song from Jamie-Lynn’s 2001 album Here to Heaven.
Jamie-Lynn on the Screen
Jamie-Lynn made her screen debut in the 1997 production “A Brooklyn State of Mind.” She landed “The Sopranos” gig in 1999, appeared in the movies “Campfire Stories,” “Death of a Dynasty,” “Extreme Dating,” “Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss,” and appeared in two episodes of “Will and Grace.”
Jamie-Lynn played herself on Entourage as Turtle's love interest. Yeah, we didn't buy that one either!
On her ancestry:
"I have no Italian in me. I'm Cuban, Greek, Romanian, and Sephardic Jew, so I couldn't get further from Italian. But I guess I've been adopted into that family, too."