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Stanley Tucci

Stanley Tucci
Stanley Tucci 2017 Berlinale.jpg
Tucci at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival
Born (1960-11-11) November 11, 1960 (age 59)
Alma materSUNY Purchase
  • Actor
  • writer
  • producer
  • director
Years active1982-present
  • Kathryn Spath-Tucci
    (m. 1995; died 2009)
  • Felicity Blunt
    (m. 2012)

Stanley Tucci (; born November 11, 1960) is an American actor, writer, producer, film director and former fashion model.[1][2] Involved in acting from a young age, he made his film debut in John Huston's Prizzi's Honor (1985), and continued to play a wide variety of supporting roles in films such as Woody Allen's Deconstructing Harry (1997), Sam Mendes' Road to Perdition (2002) and Steven Spielberg's The Terminal (2004). In 1996, he made his directorial debut with the cult comedy Big Night which he also wrote and starred in alongside Tony Shalhoub. He also played Stanley Kubrick in the television film The Life and Death of Peter Sellers. Tucci is also known for his collaborations with Meryl Streep in films such as The Devil Wears Prada (2006), and Julie & Julia (2009). Tucci gained further acclaim and success with such films as Easy A (2010), Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), Margin Call (2011), The Hunger Games film series (2012-2015), Spotlight (2015), and Beauty and the Beast (2017).

He has won three Emmy Awards. One for Winchell (1998); one for a guest appearance on the USA Network comedy series Monk; and one for being a producer of the web series Park Bench with Steve Buscemi. Tucci was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in The Lovely Bones (2009). He was also nominated for a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play for his performance in Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune (2003),[3] and a Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album for Children, for The One and Only Shrek! alongside Meryl Streep.[4]

Tucci also starred in numerous television series such as the ABC legal drama Murder One (1995-96), the CBS medical drama 3 lbs (2006), the FX docudrama Feud (2017) and the Facebook Watch drama Limetown (2018). Since 2020, Tucci has voiced Bitsy Brandenham in the Apple TV+ animated musical comedy series Central Park.

Early life

Tucci was born in Peekskill, New York[5] and grew up in nearby Katonah.[6] His parents, Joan (née Tropiano), a secretary and writer, and Stanley Tucci, Sr.,[6][7] an art teacher at Horace Greeley High School in Chappaqua, New York,[8] both of Italian descent, had roots in Calabria.[9] Tucci is the oldest of three children;[6] his sister is actress Christine Tucci.[10] Screenwriter Joseph Tropiano is a cousin.[11] During the early 1970s, the family spent a year living in Florence, Italy.[9]

He attended John Jay High School,[6] where he played on the soccer and baseball teams, although his main interest lay in the school's drama club, where he and fellow actor and high school friend, Campbell Scott, son of actor George C. Scott, gave well-received performances at many of John Jay's drama club productions. Tucci then attended SUNY Purchase, where he majored in acting and graduated in 1982.[6] Among his classmates at SUNY Purchase was fellow acting student Ving Rhames. It was Tucci who gave Rhames, born Irving, the "Ving" nickname by which he is now known.[12]


1982-1994: Career beginnings

In 1982, Tucci earned his Actors' Equity card when actress Colleen Dewhurst, the mother of Tucci's high-school friend, actor Campbell Scott, arranged for the two young men to have parts as soldiers in a Broadway play in which she was co-starring,[6]The Queen and the Rebels which premiered on September 30, 1982. Around this time, Tucci also worked as a model, with his most notable work being a television commercial for Levi's 501 jeans.[13][14] In 1985, Tucci made his film debut in Prizzi's Honor. Tucci then went on to portray minor and supporting roles in a number of films including Monkey Shines (1988), Slaves of New York (1989), Fear, Anxiety & Depression (1989) and Billy Bathgate (1991).

In 1991, Tucci performed at the Yale Repertory Theatre in Molière's Scapin.[15] In 1992, Tucci starred in the family comedy Beethoven and the romantic fantasy Prelude to a Kiss. The former spawned a franchise of the same name due to the success of the 1992 film.

1995-2004: Breakthrough

From 1995 to 1996, Tucci starred in the ABC legal drama television series Murder One as the mysterious Richard Cross. Tucci received his first Primetime Emmy Award nomination for his performance in the series, specifically for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. Following disappointing ratings, ABC decided to revamp the series resulting in Tucci being dismissed from the series. In 1996, Tucci co-wrote, co-directed and starred in the comedy-drama film Big Night. Tucci wrote the screenplay with his cousin Joseph Trapiano and directed the film with his high-school friend Campbell Scott. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival where it was nominated for the ''Grand Jury Prize". Tucci and Tropiano won the Independent Spirit Award for Best First Screenplay for writing the screenplay of the film. The film also featured his sister Christine and their mother, who wrote a cookbook for the film.

In 1998, Tucci wrote, directed, co-produced and starred in the comedy film The Impostors. Shortly thereafter, Tucci starred in the HBO biographical television film Winchell in which Tucci portrayed columnist Walter Winchell. For his portrayal of Winchell, Tucci won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Miniseries or Television Film. Tucci also received a Screen Actors Guild Awards nomination for his performance in the film.

In 1999, he played Robin Goodfellow / Puck in the Michael Hoffman adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream. His portrayal of the mischievous fairy was the target of wider critical praise, with many critics singling out Tucci and Kevin Kline as Nick Bottom for particular admiration in the film.[16][17]

In 2000, Tucci directed, produced and starred in the drama film Joe Gould's Secret, based on the book of the same name by Joseph Mitchell. In 2001, Tucci starred in the HBO television war film Conspiracy as Adolf Eichmann. For his portrayal of Eichmann, Tucci won another Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Miniseries or Television Film. The film was critically acclaimed and won a Peabody Award.[18]

In 2002, Tucci returned to the stage by starring in the revival of Terrence McNally's Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune. Tucci received a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play for his performance in the play. Also in 2002, he starred in Sam Mendes' Road to Perdition opposite Tom Hanks. The film went on to receive $181 million at the box office and received six Academy Award nominations.[19]

In 2004, Caedmon Audio released an audiobook of Tucci reading Kurt Vonnegut's 1973 novel Breakfast of Champions.

Tucci at the James Beard Awards in May 2009

2005-2011: Major film roles and small television roles

In 2005, Tucci had his first voice role in the animated film Robots.

In 2006, Tucci had a major role in the comedy film The Devil Wears Prada, opposite Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt. The film was Tucci's highest grossing-film until Captain America: The First Avenger in 2011.[20]

Also in 2006, Tucci made an appearance on the USA Network comedy television series Monk, for which he won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series

Tucci returned to broadcast television by starring in the CBS medical drama series 3 lbs, which premiered on November 14, 2006. However, due to low ratings CBS cancelled the series. The following year, Tucci went on to recur in the NBC medical drama series ER.[21] For his performance in ER, Tucci was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series.

In 2009, Tucci portrayed George Harvey, a serial killer of young girls, in The Lovely Bones, Peter Jackson's adaptation of Alice Sebold's novel, for which he received Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations. To prepare for the role, he consulted with retired FBI profiler John Douglas.[22] Also in 2009, Tucci reunited with Meryl Streep in Julie & Julia. The following year, Tucci directed a revival of the Ken Ludwig play Lend Me a Tenor on Broadway, starring Tony Shalhoub.[23] Furthermore, Tucci had a supporting role in the teen comedy film Easy A. In 2011, Tucci played Dr. Abraham Erskine in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film Captain America: The First Avenger.[24]

2012-2016: Blockbusters and Spotlight

In the fall of 2012, Tucci released his first cookbook titled The Tucci Cookbook.[9] Tucci was also a co-owner of the Finch Tavern restaurant in Croton Falls, New York.[25]

From 2012 to 2015 Tucci portrayed Caesar Flickerman in The Hunger Games (2012) and its sequels, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013), The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 (2014) and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 (2015). In 2013, Tucci played the role of the Ancient Greek God Dionysus in Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters. Also in 2013, he lent his voice to an episode of the adult animated series American Dad!.[26][27]

Tucci with Transformers: Age of Extinction castmates Melanie Specht and Greg Matthew Anderson in August 2014

In 2014, Tucci portrayed CEO Joshua Joyce in Transformers: Age of Extinction. The same year, he voiced Leonardo da Vinci in the animated comedy film Mr. Peabody & Sherman and had a cameo in Muppets Most Wanted. From 2014 to 2020, he had a recurring voice role in the animated Netflix black comedy-drama series BoJack Horseman.

In 2015, Tucci portrayed Mitchell Garabedian in the biographical drama film Spotlight. The film follows The Boston Globe's "Spotlight" team, the oldest continuously operating newspaper investigative journalist unit in the United States, and its investigation into cases of widespread and systemic child sex abuse in the Boston area by numerous Roman Catholic priests. The film won the Academy Award for Best Picture as well as Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. Also in 2015, Tucci starred in the British Sky One drama series Fortitude as DCI Eugene Morton.

2017-present: Return to independent features and television

In 2017, Tucci directed and wrote the drama film Final Portrait. The same year, Tucci played the role of the composer Maestro Cadenza in the live-action adaptation of Disney's Beauty and the Beast. Tucci also returned to the Transformers film series by portraying a different character, Merlin, in Transformers: The Last Knight. Furthermore, Tucci played the husband of Dame Fiona Maye, a British High Court judge, opposite Emma Thompson in The Children Act, based on the book of the same name by Ian McEwan.

Also in 2017, Tucci starred in the FX miniseries Feud as Warner Bros. studio head Jack L. Warner. Feud received critical acclaim from critics and Tucci received a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie.

In 2018, Tucci starred the independent films Patient Zero, A Private War and Night Hunter. In 2019, Tucci starred in the Facebook Watch drama series Limetown, based on the podcast of the same name. Facebook cancelled the series after one season had aired.[28] That same year, Tucci starred in the horror film The Silence.

In 2020, Tucci began voicing the character Bitsy Brandenham in the Apple TV+ animated musical comedy series Central Park. The series received a two-season order from Apple Inc., with each season set to consist of thirteen episodes each.[29] The series premiered on May 29, 2020.[30] In the same year Tucci narrated a series for BBC Radio 4, The California Century, on notable people in the history of California told from the point of view of a screenwriter.[31][32]

Personal life

Tucci's first wife, Kathryn "Kate" Spath-Tucci (b. 1962), died of breast cancer in 2009.[33][34] She was a social worker and former wife of actor and stage manager Alexander R. Scott, the elder son of actors Colleen Dewhurst and George C. Scott.[35] She and Tucci married in 1995 and had three children.[36] The couple also raised Kate's two children from her previous marriage.[6][36] Tucci left her in 2002 for actress Edie Falco, with whom he was appearing on Broadway in Terrence McNally's Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, but the affair ended, and he returned to his wife and children.[37]

In 2011, now a widower, Tucci became engaged to Felicity Blunt, an English literary agent. She is the elder sister of actress Emily Blunt, who co-starred with Tucci in The Devil Wears Prada and introduced the couple several years later at her own 2010 wedding to actor John Krasinski.[38] Tucci and Blunt married in a civil ceremony in summer 2012,[39] followed by a larger observance at Middle Temple Hall in London on September 29, 2012.[40] The couple live in Barnes, London[41] and have a son born in January 2015[42] and a daughter, born in April 2018.[43]

On September 12, 2016, Tucci, along with Cate Blanchett, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Peter Capaldi, Douglas Booth, Neil Gaiman, Keira Knightley, Juliet Stevenson, Kit Harington, and Jesse Eisenberg, appeared in a video from the United Nations' refugee agency UNHCR to help raise awareness to the global refugee crisis. The video, titled "What They Took With Them", has the actors reading a poem, written by Jenifer Toksvig and inspired by primary accounts of refugees, and is part of UNHCR's #WithRefugees campaign, of which also includes a petition to governments to expand asylum to provide further shelter, integrating job opportunities, and education.[44][45]



Year Title Role Notes
1985 Prizzi's Honor Soldier
1987 Who's That Girl 2nd Dock Worker
1988 Monkey Shines Dr. John Wiseman
1989 Slaves of New York Darryl
1989 Fear, Anxiety & Depression Donny
1990 The Feud Harvey Yelton
1990 Quick Change Johnny
1990 Men of Respect Mal
1991 Billy Bathgate Lucky Luciano
1992 In the Soup Gregoire
1992 Beethoven Vernon
1992 Prelude to a Kiss Taylor
1992 The Public Eye Sal
1993 Undercover Blues Muerte
1993 The Pelican Brief Khamel
1994 It Could Happen to You Eddie Biasi
1994 Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle Fred Hunter
1994 Somebody to Love George
1995 Jury Duty Frank/Billy
1995 Kiss of Death Frank Zioli
1995 Sex & the Other Man Arthur
1996 A Modern Affair Peter Kessler
1996 The Daytrippers Louis D'Amico
1996 Big Night Secondo Also writer, director and co-producer
1997 Deconstructing Harry Paul Epstein
1997 The Alarmist Heinrich Grigoris
1997 A Life Less Ordinary Elliot Zweikel
1998 The Eighteenth Angel Todd Stanton
1998 Montana Nicholas Roth
1998 The Impostors Arthur Also writer, director and producer
1999 A Midsummer Night's Dream Puck
1999 In Too Deep Preston D'Ambrosio
2000 Joe Gould's Secret Joe Mitchell Also director and producer
2001 Sidewalks of New York Griffin Risto
2001 America's Sweethearts Dave Kingman
2001 The Whole Shebang Giovanni Bazinni
2002 Big Trouble Arthur Herk
2002 Road to Perdition Frank Nitti
2002 Maid in Manhattan Jerry Siegel
2003 The Core Dr. Conrad Zimsky
2004 Spin Frank Haley
2004 The Life and Death of Peter Sellers Stanley Kubrick
2004 The Terminal Frank Dixon
2004 Shall We Dance? Link
2005 Robots Herb Copperbottom Voice
2006 Lucky Number Slevin Det. Brikowski
2006 The Devil Wears Prada Nigel Kipling
2006 The Hoax Shelton Fisher
2007 Four Last Songs Larry
2007 Blind Date Don Also writer and director
2008 Kit Kittredge: An American Girl Mr. Berk
2008 Space Chimps The Senator Voice
2008 Swing Vote Martin Fox
2008 What Just Happened Scott Solomon
2008 The Tale of Despereaux Boldo Voice
2009 Julie & Julia Paul Child
2009 The Lovely Bones George Harvey
2010 Easy A Dill Penderghast
2010 Burlesque Sean
2011 Margin Call Eric Dale
2011 Captain America: The First Avenger Abraham Erskine
2012 The Hunger Games Caesar Flickerman
2012 Gambit Zaidenweber
2012 The Company You Keep Ray Fuller
2013 Jack the Giant Slayer Lord Roderick
2013 Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters Mr. D / Dionysus
2013 The Fifth Estate James Boswell
2013 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Caesar Flickerman
2013 Some Velvet Morning Fred
2014 The Wind Rises Giovanni Battista Caproni Voice; English dub
2014 Mr. Peabody & Sherman Leonardo da Vinci Voice
2014 Muppets Most Wanted Ivan the Guard Cameo
2014 Transformers: Age of Extinction Joshua Joyce
2014 Wild Card Baby
2014 A Little Chaos Philippe I, Duke of Orléans
2014 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 Caesar Flickerman
2015 Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant Publishing Executive
2015 Spotlight Mitchell Garabedian
2015 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 Caesar Flickerman
2017 Final Portrait None Writer and director
2017 Beauty and the Beast Maestro Cadenza
2017 Transformers: The Last Knight Merlin
2017 The Children Act Jack Maye
2017 Submission Ted Swenson
2018 Show Dogs Philippe Voice
2018 Patient Zero The Professor
2018 A Private War Tony Shaw
2018 Night Hunter Commissioner Harper
2019 The Silence Hugh Andrews
2020 Worth Charles Wolf
2020 Supernova Tusker
2021 The King's Man Post-production
2021 The Witches Mr. Stringer Post-production
TBA Jolt Post-production


Year Title Role Notes
1987 Crime Story Zack Lowman Episode: "The Battle of Las Vegas"
1987 Kojak: The Price of Justice 1st Tenant Television movie
1988 The Street Arthur Scolari Unknown episodes
1986 Miami Vice Steven Demarco Episode: "Baby Blues"
1987-88 Miami Vice Frank Mosca 2 episodes
1988 The Equalizer Assemblyman Phillip Wingate Episode: "The Last Campaign"
1988-89 Wiseguy Rick Pinzolo 5 episodes
1989-90 thirtysomething Karl Draconis 2 episodes
1990 Revealing Evidence:
Stalking the Honolulu Stranger
Detective Patrick McGuire Television movie
1990 Lifestories Art Conforti Episode: "Art Conforti"
1991 Equal Justice Detective Frank Mirelli 3 episodes
1995-96 Murder One Richard Cross Main role (season one)
1998 Winchell Walter Winchell Television movie
2000 Bull Hunter Lasky 5 episodes
2001 Conspiracy Adolf Eichmann Television movie
2002 Gene Kelly: Anatomy of a Dancer Narrator Voice; American Masters documentary
2004 Frasier Morrie (caller) Voice; Episode: "Frasier-Lite"
2006 Monk David Ruskin Episode: "Mr. Monk and the Actor"
2006 3 lbs Dr. Douglas Hanson Main role
2007-08 ER Dr. Kevin Moretti 10 episodes
2012 30 Rock Henry Warren Chang Episode: "Alexis Goodlooking and the Case of the Missing Whisky''
2012 Robot Chicken Rich Uncle Pennybags Voice; Episode: "Butchered in Burbank"
2013 American Dad! Lorenzo Voice; Episode: "Permanent Record Wrecker"
2014-20 BoJack Horseman Herb Kazzaz Voice; 12 episodes
2015 Fortitude DCI Eugene Morton 9 episodes
2015 The Italian Americans Narrator 4 episodes
2015 Peter & Wendy Captain Hook Television movie
2017 Feud: Bette and Joan Jack L. Warner Main role
2019 Limetown Emile Haddock Main role
2020-present Central Park Bitsy Brandenham Voice; Main role


Year Title Role Venue
1982 The Queen and the Rebels Soldier Plymouth Theatre, Broadway
1983 The Misanthrope Du Bois Circle in the Square Theatre, Broadway
1984 Brighton Beach Memoirs Stanley Jerome Alvin Theatre, Broadway
1985 The Iceman Cometh Rocky Pioggi - Don Parritt Lunt-Fontaine Theatre, Broadway
1986 Execution of Justice Various roles Virginia Theatre, Broadway
1993 Scapin Scapin CSC Theatre, Off-Broadway
2002-03 Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune Johnny Belasco Theatre, Broadway

Awards and nominations

Published works

  • Tucci, Stanley (October 9, 2012). The Tucci Cookbook. Gallery Books. ISBN 978-1451661255.[46]
  • Tucci, Stanley; Blunt, Felicity (2014). The Tucci Table: Cooking With Family and Friends. Gallery Books. ISBN 978-1476738567.


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