Drea de Matteo

Elias, Justine
May 2004
Television Week;5/31/2004, Vol. 23 Issue 22, p28
Trade Publication
Features Drea de Matteo, a potential nominee for the Emmy's best supporting actress in a drama series award for her role in "The Sopranos." Description of DeMatteo's role in the program; Degree earned by DeMatteo at New York University; Role in the television program "Joey."


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