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Stanley Tucci

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Miami Vice Characters
Born
November 11, 1960, Peekskill, New York
Active
1985-present
Spouse/Children
Kate Tucci (1995-2009, her death), three children
Felicity Blunt (2012-present), two children


Stanley Oliver Tucci (born November 11, 1960, Peekskill, New York) is an American actor, producer, and director, who made his TV debut as adoptive father Steven DeMarco, who was going to testify against lawyer Howard Famiglia until he was intimidated not to in the episode "Baby Blues", and as mobster Frank Mosca in the episodes "Contempt of Court" and "Blood & Roses".

Career

Tucci began his career on Broadway in the early 1980s before beginning his film career in 1985's Prizzi's Honor (with C.C.H. Pounder), Who's That Girl (with Madonna and Coati Mundi), Slaves of New York (with Jsu Garcia and Steve Buscemi), Billy Bathgate (with Bruce Willis), Beethoven (with Oliver Platt), Prelude to a Kiss (with Annie Golden), Undercover Blues (with Richard Jenkins), The Pelican Brief (with Julia Roberts, Anthony Heald, and Nicholas Woodeson), It Could Happen To You (with Isaac Hayes), Jury Duty (with Richard Edson), Road to Perdition, Lucky Number Slevin (with Mykelti Williamson), The Devil Wears Prada, Maid in Manhattan, Swing Vote (with Nathan Lane and Willie Nelson), Julie and Julia, The Lonely Bones (for which Tucci was nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar), The Hunger Games, The Company You Keep (with Jenkins and Chris Cooper) and its' sequels, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (with Amanda Plummer), The Hunger Games" Mockingjay Part I/II, Jack The Giant Slayer (with Ian McShane), Transformers: Age of Extinction (directed by Michael Bay), Submission (with Kyra Sedgwick), and his most recent movie, Nomis.

His TV appearances include 30 Rock, ER, 3 lbs. (which he produced), Monk (for which he won an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Appearance), Frasier, Murder One, thirtysomething, Wiseguy, and Crime Story (with Dennis Farina and Bill Smitrovich), and his most recent TV appearance, in Feud (with Alfred Molina).

Personal Life

Tucci married his wife Katie in 1995 until her death from breast cancer in 2009. They have three children; twins Isabel and Nicolo (born 2000), and daughter Camilla (born 2003). In August, 2012, Tucci married English literary agent Felicity Blunt, sister of his The Devil Wears Prada co-star Emily Blunt, and they have two children: son Matteo (born 2015) and daughter Emilia (born 2018).

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