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But perhaps his most Jewish role came in Spike Jonze’s “Where the Wild Things Are” (2009), an adaptation of Maurice Sendak's classic illustrated children's story.Gandolfini played Carol, one of the titular characters dreamed up by the Max (Max Records), a disobedient little boy with a vivid imagination who is sent to bed without his supper.However, in September 2005, Sigler and Di Scala announced that they were separating, and she subsequently changed her name back.During January 2008, Sigler visited Israel through the Birthright Israel program and was moved by the trip, calling Israel "one of the most beautiful, inspiring places I've ever been to." She further noted that the trip gave her a greater understanding to preserve her Jewish identity.
She has continued to appear in theatrical roles, such as Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella.
Brutal but fragile, Tony struggled with the emotional demands of being the head of a family, in both senses of that term.
Consequently, he attended regular sessions with a psychoanalyst. Jennifer Melfi (Lorraine Bracco), as his therapist, he is very aware of the profession’s Jewish provenance.
The album was a commercial failure and had low sales.
In 2007 Sigler said she was "embarrassed" by the album and regrets releasing it.