Edie Falco is one of those "journeyman" actresses who seem able to work constantly, and successfully, across multiple forms of entertainment, while also remaining under the radar. She began her professional career onstage, and then moved to television work, guest starring on episodes of "Law and Order" and "Homicide: Life on the Street". From there, she branched out into films, winning accolades in independent projects such as "Laws of Gravity". She played a recurring role on the critically acclaimed series, "Oz", and then began gaining more high-profile film roles in such projects as "Bullets Over Broadway" and "Sunshine State". She is most widely recognized for her award-winning work on "The Sopranos" and "Nurse Jackie". She is one of only four actresses to have ever won an Emmy, a Golden Globe, and a SAG Award during the same year, and she is one of only two performers ever to have won Emmys for Best Actor in both a Comedy and a Drama. In all, she has won four Emmys, five SAG Awards, and two Golden Globes. She also starred in two successful productions on Broadway. In addition to her award-winning performance work, she has also two children, and she and her family recently decided to relocate, prompting the sale of their former house.
Edie Falco's house has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two large terraces. The home is 3000 square feet, but the terraces add an additional 950 square feet to that total. Edie Falco's house is a duplex, which she purchased in 2005 for $3.8 million. She recently added a second child to her family via adoption, which may be the reason a move is necessary. The property is located in Tribeca, and she donated the kitchen to charity when she and her family moved into their new digs. Where Edie Falco's house is now is unclear, but judging by the pictures of her former home, her new space is probably as sunny and un-fussy as her previous home.