Tucci previously made his co-directing and co-screenwriting debut with the film "Big Night" which was a critical and commercial success. His latest film which he directed and wrote is "The Impostors." He also acts in the film. Tucci's previous acting credits include: "Deconstructing Harry," "Kiss of Death," "Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle," and "Billy Bathgate."
Tucci has appeared in the films "Kiss of Death" and "The Pelican Brief." On television he was nominated for an Emmy for his portrayal of the slimy billionaire on "Murder One." His latest project is the film "Big Night," a homage to Italian food and family, which he co-wrote, co-directed, and co-stars in.
Terry talks with character actor Stanley Tucci. In the new movie, "Undercover Blues," Tucci plays an hilariously incompetent, yet vicious mugger named Muerte. He's also appeared in the movies "Prelude to a Kiss," "Beethoven" and "Billy Bathgate." Tucci's well-known for his role as crime boss Ricky Penzola in the tv series, Wiseguy" and has also appeared on television in "Equal Justice," "Thirtysomething," and "The Equalizer."