Robert Michael Iler|
March 2, 1985 (age 33)
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Years active||1997-2009; 2016-present|
By mid-1997, he was appearing in commercials for Pizza Hut, and attending three or four auditions a week. He had also appeared on Saturday Night Live and in some film parts, but nothing that brought him great recognition. It was then that he won the role of A.J. Soprano, the son of series lead Tony Soprano, on the HBO drama The Sopranos, which aired from 1999-2007. By May 2001, he had begun home schooling for his education.
In July 2001, Iler was arrested for the armed robbery of two Brazilian tourists and for possession of marijuana. He pleaded guilty to a single charge of larceny and received three years' probation. Iler was represented in the matter by notable NYC Criminal Defense Attorney Michael F. Bachner.
- The Tic Code (1999) as Denny Harley
- The Sopranos (1999–2007) as A.J. Soprano
- Oz (1997–2003) as Game Show Contestant: Season 4, Episode 16
- Tadpole (2002) as Charlie
- Daredevil (2003) as Bully #1
- Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2004) Season 5, Episode 17 "Mean" as Troy Linsky
- The Dead Zone (2004) Season 3, Episode 9 "Cycle of Violence" as Derek Rankin
- Four Kings (2006) Rob
- Law & Order (2009) Season 19, Episode 11 "Lucky Stiff" as Chad Klein
- Levin, Gary (March 30, 2007). "Gandolfini, Iler sit down for father-son chat". USA Today.
- "Cast of 'Sopranos' Discusses Show's Success". CNN. May 18, 2001.
- "'Sopranos' Star Busted. The Smoking Gun. August 1, 2001.
- Rush, George (July 10, 2001). "Sopranos Teen Eyes Role With grand Jury". NY Daily news (Archives). NY Daily News. NY Daily news. Retrieved 13 June 2017.
- Friedman, Michael (2005-10-23). "Anthony Soprano Jr. Caught in Poker Raid". Pokernews.com. Retrieved 2007-08-14.
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