Aida Turturro is best known for her twice Emmy-nominated turn as Janice on HBO's ground-breaking series, "The Sopranos." Her other television credits include "Grey's Anatomy," "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," a recurring role on "Law & Order: SVU," "Nurse Jackie," “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “ER” and “Oz.”
Turturro co-starred in Romance & Cigarettes, directed by John Turturro, that premiered at the Venice Film Festival. Other feature film credits include Martin Scorsese’s Bringing Out the Dead, Woody Allen’s Celebrity and Manhattan Murder Mystery as well as John Turturro’s Illuminata and Mac. She also appeared in Sidewalks of New York, Mickey Blue Eyes, Deep Blue Sea, Sleepers, Fallen, Denise Calls Up and in a leading role in Angie opposite Geena Davis. Additionally, she starred in the Italian language film The Mozzarella Stories.
Turturro made her Broadway debut in A Streetcar Named Desire starring Alec Baldwin and Jessica Lange and played Mama Morton in the Broadway production of Chicago. She was also seen in the Off-Broadway play Souls of Naples. Turturro has also performed in two plays in Italy performed in Italian.