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Lions Roar : November 2011
Wise Guy Best known for his role in The Sopranos, Michael Imperioli is a dedicated Buddhist. From gangsters to gurus, film to family—this is his spiritual journey. BY ANDREA MILLER CHRISTOPHER MOLTISANTI WALKS INTO a bakery to buy pastries for his Ma- fia boss. He takes a number—thirty-four—and waits for what feels like half of New Jersey to get served. Then Christopher’s number comes up and he’s about to order when Gino, yet another customer, walks through the door. The clerk, talking past Christopher, asks Gino what he can get for him. “Whoa,” says Christopher, slamming the counter. “Number thirty-four right here.” “He was in line,” says the blond clerk. “He just went out to get gas in his car.” “Oh, so I can go out, fuck your sister, come back Saturday—I go to the front of the line?” “I said he could.” The clerk’s tone is harder than week-old bread. “Hey, poppin’ fresh,” says Christopher. “I’m in no fucking mood today. I’m next. Now get a fucking pastry box.” But still the clerk turns to Gino and insists on serving him, even when Gino says 28 SHAMBHALA SUN NOVEMBER 2011