Actress Ada Turturro is of American descent. Her role as Janice Soprano in the HBO series The Sopranos is what made her most famous.
Turturro graduated from SUNY New Paltz with a Bachelor of Arts in Theater Studies after finishing high school. On the Lower East Side of Manhattan, where she was raised and lived, Ada Turturro went to Seward Park High School. Turturro made her film debut in 1989 with “True Love.” How’s Bob?, “Jersey Girl,” and “Illuminata” all had her as the lead. Additionally, Turturro owns a minor amount of Sleepers and Deep Blue Sea.
She also made an appearance in the John Turturro, her cousin, film Romance and Cigarettes from 2005. Additionally, she was shown in “The Money Train.” In 49 episodes of The Sopranos from 2000 to 2007, Turturro portrayed Janice Soprano. In 2001 and 2007, she was nominated twice for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
As the evil Bobbi Catalano in the sixth episode of the CBS television series Medium, “Bite Me,” Turturro made an appearance in 2009. Turturro makes an appearance in the eighth season episode “Car Periscope” of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
In 2012, Edie Falco, who she had previously worked with on “The Sopranos,” and Turturro both starred in the “Nurse Jackie” episode “Iguana Day.” She portrays Laura Vargas, the protagonist’s attorney. Turturro had a guest appearance in the “Drawing Dead” episode of “Blue Bloods” in 2013. She has appeared as Judge Felicia Catano in several episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims since 2013.