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“Criminal Mind’s” Joe Mantegna proud of daughter

By Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith

HollywoodNews.com: Joe Mantegna couldn’t be prouder that his daughter Gia has her own series, ‘Gigantic,’ coming up on TeenNick this summer. ‘There’s a chip off the ol’ block going on here,’ notes the nice guy ‘Criminal Minds’ star with a smile.

‘She’s a very talented girl, in many way more advanced than I was at that age, from having been around the business all her life,’ he adds of the 20-year-old. ‘I think she’s ready. She’s already done a lot of other things — movies and television. They don’t give you these jobs just because you’re related to someone, you know.’

Mantegna, who heads to D.C. next week to cohost PBS’s The National Memorial Day Concert with buddy Gary Sinise, has commented in the past about how supportive and loving Gia has been with elder sibling Mia, who is autistic. ‘That’s another reason she’s mature for her years, because of growing up with her sister,’ he tells us now.

To read more go to BeckSmithHollywood.com.

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  • May 22, 2010 | Permalink |

    I love Joe Mantegna, and I saw his daughter on an episode of Criminal Minds she did a great job- he should be proud…also love that he is friends w/Gary Sinise; he’s done so much for our men and women overseas….kudos to the both of them for hosting such a great event.

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