Perhaps for Bracco, this meant more time focusing on herself and her family than working.
Of course, one cause near and dear to her heart is easing the stigma of mental illness.
Starring James Gandolfini and Lorraine Bracco, The Sopranos revolutionized television.
Years earlier, she had lost out on a part in another Martin Scorsese film, After Hours, but she still managed to make a great impression on the director.
And really, we'd expect nothing less of Bracco.
After all, she played a complex and conflicted character on the show, and she was nominated for several Emmys for her efforts.