Joe Pantoliano will write his memoir
Joe Pantoliano will write his memoir. The ''Memento'' star will spill about his days growing up in Hoboken, NJ ''Sopranos'' style
Joe Pantoliano, the character actor with a penchant for playing likeable lowlifes (”Memento”), and not-so-likeable lowlifes (Ralphie in ”The Sopranos”), will be telling the story of his early years in Hoboken, N.J., where his mother ran numbers and his Mob-connected stepfather did time in jail. ”It’s not a celebrity memoir,” says Brian Tart, editorial director of Dutton, which will publish ”Who’s Sorry Now: The True Story of a Stand-up Guy” in September. ”It’s just the story of him growing up…literally in a real-life Sopranos family.” Though Ralphie’s fate on the series is a secret, Tart isn’t worried that he’ll get whacked before the book can take off. ”You never know when his day is due, but he is a big part of the season,” he says.