Nick Tucci Biography, Nick Tucci Wiki
Nick Tucci’s complete name is Nicholas Tucci was the Connecticut actor who appeared in shows such as “Homeland” and “Person of Interest,” has died at the age of 38 following an illness.
Tucci has three movies that are slated for release in 2020, “Ten Minutes to Midnight,” “Come Home,” and “Ballad of a Hustler.” All three are listed as being in post-production on IMDb. The horror movie website Bloody Disgusting paid tribute to Tucci thanks to his roles in the horror movies, “You’re Next” and “Channel Zero: The Dream Door.”
Nick Tucci Age
He was 38 years old.
Early Life, Education
According to Tucci’s IMDb page, he was a native of Middletown, Connecticut, where he was born in April 1981. Tucci was a graduate of Middletown High School and of Yale University. At Yale, Tucci graduated with BA in Theater and was a member of the sketch comedy troupe, Suite 13. On the separate profile, Tucci says that he studied at The Alexander Technique and the Walch Acting Workshop in Los Angeles as well as at the famed Second City improv school in Chicago.
At Middletown High School, Tucci was the captain and All-Conference wide receiver for the school’s football. Tucci was also a junior Olympic boxer and a track-and-field athlete. Tucci’s father was a teacher and track coach at the school.
Nick Tucci Death and Cause
A Facebook post from Tucci’s father confirmed the actor’s tragic passing. Alexander Tucci heartbreakingly wrote, “On Tuesday, March 3, Nick died at the Smilow Cancer Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut. Nick chose to keep his illness private so that he could continue to pursue his professional and artistic dreams for as long as possible.”
Nick Tucci’s Father
Tucci’s father said that despite his son’s illness, he was able to continue to pursue his career by auditioning and going on location to shoot. Tucci’s father heartbreakingly thanks his son’s colleagues and fans saying, “To those of you in the film, television, and theater communities…thank you for guiding, encouraging, and supporting Nick. To those of you who enjoyed Nick’s work on the screen and stage…thank you for recognizing his talent and appreciating his efforts. To all…thank you for your gift of friendship to my son.”
My heart goes out to the family of my cinematic brother, and friend, Nick Tucci. A remarkable actor who was always a highlight in anything he touched. Safe travels, my friend. Rest well. XO.
— A.J. Bowen (@ajbowen) March 6, 2020