The 35-year-old Iler, who played Tony Soprano's son A.J., joined his co-stars Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa on their new podcast. Iler has largely been out of the public eye since The Sopranos ended in 2007. "After Sopranos, I told my manager I wanted six months off to go play poker and hang out with my friends and just do whatever," Iler told Imperioli and Schirripa. "And he kept calling — it's been a year, it's been two years. The only thing I have done since Sopranos is I got called to do jury duty and I didn't want to do jury duty ... so twice, to get out of jury duty, I did an episode of Law & Order." Iler admits he still gets offers for TV roles, but says he was "extremely spoiled" by his Sopranos experience.