James Gandolfini died today at the young age of 51, but that doesn't mean he didn't leave us with a huge amount of work to remember him by.

Throughout the course of his nearly 30-year career as an actor (and producer), Gandolfini starred as everyone from a mutinous seaman to a titular "Wild Thing" to complex mob boss Tony Soprano, his most famous role. David Chase, creator of The Sopranos, once said that it was difficult for Gandolfini to portray the cruel and murderous Tony for years on end, as Gandolfini himself was actually "kind of a hippie."

Below, a wholly incomplete collection of Gandolfini's greatest hits. Leave yours as you wish.

True Romance

Crimson Tide

The Mexican

Gandolfini discussing his Iraq War documentary Alive Day Memories: Home from Iraq

Gandolfini on Inside the Actor's Studio

In the Loop

Where the Wild Things Are

The Sopranos

And, of course, that famous final scene