The world was devastated to hear the news that Sopranos actor James Gandolfini had passed away on Wednesday at the age of 51.
He was on a family holiday in Rome when he died of a suspected heart attack.
A whole host of Hollywood stars have paid tribute to James, and now Sesame Street has made a video available on YouTube of his appearance on the show in 2002.
In the heartwarming clip, James - best known for his role as mob boss Tony Soprano - can be seen telling Sesame Street character Zoe that it's OK to feel scared, and that even he feels frightened sometimes.
He admits that three things scare him - the dark, getting a haircut and giant talking vegetables.
A message on Sesame Street's
Twitter read: "James Gandolfini's heartwarming appearance on our show is beloved by everyone here. We wanted to share it with you."