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JULIE & JULIA

STANLEY TUCCI (Paul Child), one of the busiest actors in the business, has also made his mark as a producer, writer and director with such films as Big Night, The Impostors, Joe Gould's Secret, and, most recently, Blind Date, which he co-wrote and directed, and in which he co-stars with Patricia Clarkson.  Tucci was born in Peekskill, NY and raised in nearby Katonah. 

He graduated from the theatre program at SUNY Purchase in 1982, and by that fall was making his Broadway debut in The Queen and the Rebels. Throughout the 1980s he appeared in numerous other Broadway shows including The Misanthrope, Brighton Beach Memoirs, The Iceman Cometh (with Jason Robards), and Execution of Justice.  Tucci made his film debut with a small role in John Huston's Prizzi's Honor in 1985. 

His many other film appearances include George Romero's Monkey Shines, Robert Benton's Billy Bathgate, Alan J. Pakula's The Pelican Brief, Andrew Bergman's It Could Happen to You, Alan Rudolph's Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle, Barbet Schroeder's Kiss of Death, Woody Allen's Deconstructing Harry, Joe Roth's America's Sweethearts, Wayne Wang's Maid in Manhattan, Steven Spielberg's The Terminal, Barry Sonnenfeld's Big Trouble, Sam Mendes's Road to Perdition, David Frankel's The Devil Wears Prada, and Barry Levinson's What Just Happened. Among his equally distinguished television appearances are "The Equalizer,” "Wise Guy,” "thirtysomething,” "Equal Justice,” "Murder One,” "Bull,” "3 lbs.,” "Monk,” and "E.R.” He has starred as real-life figures in several acclaimed television movies including "Conspiracy” (as Adolf Eichmann) and HBO's Winchell (as Walter Winchell, directed by Paul Mazursky) and "The Life and Death of Peter Sellers” (as Stanley Kubrick).  

His impressive list of accolades includes two Emmy Awards (for "Winchell” and "Monk”) and three nominations; two Golden Globes (for "Conspiracy” and "Winchell”), and a SAG Award nomination (for "Winchell”). 

In addition, his film Big Night, which he co-wrote and co-directed with Campbell Scott, netted him a New York Film Critics Circle award (Best Director), a Sundance Festival Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award and Grand Jury Prize nomination, Boston Society of Film Critics Awards for Best Screenplay and Best New Filmmaker, a Deauville Film Festival nomination for Grand Jury Prize, and an Independent Spirit Award for Best Screenplay as well as nominations for Best First Feature and Best Male Lead.  

During 2008, Tucci was seen in What Just Happened, Swing Vote, and Kit Kittredge: An American Girl, and his voice was heard in the animated feature The Tale of Despereaux. This year, in addition to Julie & Julia, he will star in The Lovely Bones.  

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