Actor TONY SIRICO is still smelling the sweet success of hit TV series The Sopranos more than a year after network bosses killed the mob drama - he has launched his own Italian-inspired cologne.
Sirico, who played Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri on the award-winning show, has unveiled his new musk, called Paolo Per Uomo.
The fragrance, which translates from Italian into Paul for Men, is advertised under the catchphrase 'Make It Known You Mean Business'.
The 66-year-old Brooklyn-born actor tells the New York Post, "It's a man's cologne that women love."
Explaining his inspiration for the scent, he adds, "I was always well-groomed. You could smell me coming."
The new scent features a little cognac, according to the actor.