TV - Movies
What Steven Van
Zandt Has Been
Doing Since The
Sopranos Ended
“Lilyhammer” will forever be Netflix’s first original series, which began streaming in 2012. It will also be remembered for Steven Van Zandt’s portrayal of Frank "the Fixer" Tagliano, a New York mobster who goes into witness protection in Lillehammer, Norway after testifying against the boss of his family.
Van Zandt's most prominent acting role since “Lilyhammer” ended was a cameo in Martin Scorsese's mafia epic “The Irishman” as singer Jerry Vale, an Italian American musical icon of the '50s and '60s. He appears in one scene, performing songs at a banquet given in honor of mobster Frank Sheeran.
The Irishman
Before Van Zandt embarked on an acting career, he was a member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band. Since leaving the band in 1984, Van Zandt has re-joined The Boss in several concert tours, contributed to several late-period Springsteen albums, and performed with them at the 2009 Superbowl.
The Boss