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Tucci then attended SUNY Purchase, where he majored in acting and graduated 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, Tucci is known for his work in films such as The Pelican Brief, Beethoven, Kiss of Death, Road to Perdition and Big Night, and in the television series Murder One as the mysterious Richard Cross.She does everything with such simplicity and honesty, it's breathtaking." Her first big break in films was a small speaking role in the 1994 Woody Allen film Bullets over Broadway.Her friendship with former SUNY Purchase classmate Eric Mendelsohn, who was the assistant to Allen's costume designer, Jeffrey Kurland, helped her to be cast in the role.He also received a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Winchell.He was nominated for Broadway's Tony Award as Best Actor in a Play for his role as Johnny in the 2002 revival of Terrence Mc Nally's Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune.Tucci played the role of the composer Maestro Cadenza in the live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast. Tucci left his wife in 2002 and had an affair with the actress Edie Falco, with whom he was appearing on Broadway in Terrence Mc Nally's Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune but the affair ended and he returned to his wife and children.
He provides the voiceover in the AT&T Wireless "Raising the Bar" marketing campaign.
He has won three Emmy Awards: one for the 1998 TV movie Winchell, in which he played the title role; one for a guest appearance on the TV 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 nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album for Children, for The One and Only Shrek! where he played on the soccer team 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.