Michael Imperioli In 2nd Season Of The White Lotus: The Sopranos Star To Play Leading Role

Michael Imperioli
Michael Imperioli

Michael Imperioli is set to come in for the 2nd season of The White Lotus, HBO’s sharp social satire. The actor is best known as Christopher Moltisanti from The Sopranos. He is among the first cast members to be officially confirmed for the coming season.

Michael Imperioli will essay the leading role of Dominic di Grassolo. He is traveling with his graduate son and elderly father.

The dark comedy, Mike White  has scripted and directed The White Lotus. It follows a motley group of tourists and other guests holidaying at a resort in Hawaii. The 2nd season is also being directed by White, but the location has been shifted to a new hotel and with a new cast.

Jenifer Coolidge is said to be the lone original member of the cast to return as Tanya McQuoid, the wealthy but unstable woman.

The first season of the show had Murray Bartlett, Alexandra Daddario, Connie Britton, Natasha Rothwell, Steve Zahn, and Jake Lacy.

Michael Imperioli reprised him The Sopranos role recently in the prelude movie The Many Saints Of Newark. In it, he does voice-over contributions.

Michael Imperioli has also acted in Bad Boys, Goodfellas, Mad Dogs, Detroit 1-8-7, The Lovely Bone, the 2009 movie, and Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt For The Bone Collector.

The Michel Imperioli Starring The White Lotus Got Favorable Reviews In The First Season

The reviews have been favorable for The White Lotus, which has been seen as a series where much happens and comes out in the open. It tends to seduce the viewer. The guests at the resort are either angry or unhappy, offended or confused. White has managed to bring the whole storyline together without it feeling contrived or melodramatic.

The White Lotus manages to achieve what proves to be the pitfall of many TV series and should be considered a colossal effort.

Michael Imperioli has a project of his own at HBO in collaboration with Alec Berg as writer-producer. It will be based on Michael Imperioli’s personal experience as a practicing Buddhist.  

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