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Crime Boss Ties Knot in Hawaii: Find Out Which One

Written by:
Jordan Bach
Published on:
Sep/01/2008

He has killed so many people we here at Gambling911.com lost track of the body count already a few years back.

But a kinder, gentler mob boss showed up in Honolulu, Hawaii this past weekend to marry his his fiancée Deborah Lin.

Sopranos star, James Gandolfini, and Lin had been engaged for just over a year. Lin was born in Honolulu.

The former model and Gandolfini tied the knot at Central Union Church with Gandolfini's son Michael, 8, serving as best man.

The three-time Emmy- and five-time Screen Actors Guild Award-winning American actor, James Gandolfini, had previously been married to Marcy Wudarski before their split in December 2002.

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Jordan Bach reporting for Gambling911.com

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