|Full Name||Emil Kolar|
|Parents||Manager of Kolar Sanition (Father)|
|Other Relatives||Afton Kolar (Uncle)|
|Behind the Scenes|
|First Appearance||The Sopranos (Pilot)|
|Final Appearance||The Legend of Tennessee Moltisanti (In Chris's nightmare)|
|Portrayed By||Bruce Smolanoff|
Emil Kolar, played by Bruce Smolanoff, is a supporting character in the episode "The Sopranos" and is the first on screne casualty/death in The Sopranos. He is the son of the manager of Kolar Sanitation - a rival company to Barone Sanitation involved in a bidding war over waste disposal at the Triborough Towers. The Barone Sanitation firm is backed by mafia capo Tony Soprano. Soprano's cousin and criminal associate Christopher Moltisanti lured Emil to a meeting at Satriale's under the pretence of selling him cocaine and negotiating a deal regarding the routes. He then murders Emil. A running joke with Kolar is that when Christopher meets him, and in all future mentions after his death, Christopher is unable to pronounce his name, calling him "Email Kolar".