New York, NY (CNS) – Actor Tony Sirico from “The Sopranos” fame has debuted a new cologne he named after his HBO series character, Paulie Walnuts.
Dubbed “Paolo Per Uomo,” which is Italian for “Paul for men,” the new scent was unveiled at the Perfumers Choice Awards in Tribeca. Sirico claims that the cologne has a hint of cognac and its bottle will have a gray streak, matching his signature coif.
The 66-year-old actor has been quoted by NY Daily News as saying, “This really is who I am – I’m well-groomed and I smell good. Are you a ladies’ man? Then you’ll love it, too.”
“Paolo Per Uomo” is priced at $64 and may be followed with deodorant, aftershave, and other hygiene products.