What is Stanley Tucci's Net Worth? Know More About Career, Salary, Personal Life!

Stanley Tucci Net Worth – $25 Million

What is Stanley Tucci's Net Worth? Know More About Career, Salary, Personal Life!
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Stanley Tucci has a net worth of $25 million. He is an American actor, writer, film producer, and director. “The Lovely Bones,” “The Hunger Games,” “Burlesque,” and “The Devil Wears Prada” is among his cinematic credits. Stanley also appears in the CNN travel show “Searching for Italy,” which has received critical acclaim.

Felicity Blunt and Stanley are married. In “The Devil Wears Prada,” Felicity Blunt’s sister Emily Blunt played with Stanley.

Early Life

On November 11, 1960, in Peekskill, New York, Stanley Tucci was born. Joan and Stanley Tucci, Sr. have three children. In the 1970s, while he was a youngster, his family resided in Florence, Italy for a year. Tucci was a member of the baseball and soccer teams in high school, but his major interest was in the high school theatrical club, which he co-founded with Campbell Scott, the son of actor George C. Scott. Tucci went to SUNY Purchase to study acting after finishing high school. He was a classmate of Ving Rhames. Tucci was the one who gave Ving, whose true name is Irving, his stage name. Tucci received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California in 1982.


Due to his buddy Campbell Scott’s mother, actress Colleen Dewhurst, young college grad Stanley Tucci received his big break (and his Actors’ Equity card). She landed modest roles for her kid and Tucci in “The Queen and the Rebels,” a Broadway production she was starring in at the time. In late September 1982, the play debuted.

Tucci’s big break came in 1985 when he was cast in “Prizzi’s Honor,” his first feature picture. Since then, he’s worked on “The Pelican Brief,” “Beethoven,” “Kiss of Death,” “Road to Perdition,” and “Big Night,” a 1996 film he co-wrote with his cousin and co-directed with Campbell Scott that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. The picture also included his sister and mother. At that year’s Independent Spirit Awards, Tucci won the Best First Screenplay award for “Big Night.”

Tucci portrays serial murderer George Harvey in the film “The Lovely Bones.” For his performance in the unsettling film based on Alice Sebold’s novel, he received Oscar and Golden Globe nominations for Best Supporting Actor. For his role in “Winchell,” Tucci earned an Emmy. “Billy Bathgate,” “It Could Happen to You,” “Prelude to a Kiss,” “Made in Manhattan,” “Julie & Julia,” “Captain America: The First Avenger,” “The Hunger Games,” “The Hunger Games Catching Fire,” “Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters,” “Transformer: Age of Extinction,” “Transformers: The Last Knight,” and, of course, “The Devil Wears Prada.”

He’s also appeared in shows like “Bojack Horseman,” “Feud: Betty & Joan,” “Limetown,” “Central Park,” and “Robot Chicken,” to name a few.

The Tucci Cookbook was published in the autumn of 2012.

Tucci was cast opposite Spanish actors lvaro Mel and Ana Polvorosa in the limited series “La Fortuna” in the summer of 2020. The six-part drama is based on Paco Roca and Guillermo Corral’s graphic novel “The Treasure of the Black Swan.” Frank Wild is played by Tucci.

“The Man Who Saved Paris,” starring Tucci, is now in development. Set in the 1940s, the government asks the proprietor of Paris’ most successful brothel to help rebuild the city’s image following WWII.


Tucci has been nominated for three Golden Globe Awards, winning two of them: for his lead performance in “Winchell” in 1998 and for his supporting role as Adolf Eichmann in 2001’s “Conspiracy.” Both films were HBO productions. “Winchell” earned him a nomination for a Screen Actors Guild Award. For his work as Johnny in Terrence McNally’s “Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune” revival in 2002, he was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play. Tucci was nominated for a 2007 Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for his participation in the USA Network TV series “Monk” in July 2006.

Life in General

Stanley Spath tied the knot with Kate Spath in 1995. She was an ex-wife of Alexander Scott, Tucci’s pal Campbell Scott’s older brother. Kate’s two children from her previous marriage to Scott were raised by the couple, who had three children. Tucci married Edie Falco in 2002 and left Kate. He returned to Kate and their kids after his romance with Falco ended. Following a long struggle with breast cancer, Katherine Louise Spath-Tucci died in 2009.

Tucci married Felicity Blunt, a literary agent from the United Kingdom, in September of 2012. Emily Blunt’s older sister is a well-known actress. In “The Devil Wears Prada,” Emily and Stanley co-starred. Felicity first met Stanley at the premiere of “The Devil Wears Prada,” where she spent most of the evening conversing with his wife Kate. At her wedding to actor John Krasinski, Emily re-introduced her sister and Tucci. Tucci and Blunt reside in London with Stanley’s children, Isabel and Nicolo, Camilla, and their son Matteo Oliver (born January 2015) and daughter Emilia Giovanna (born April 2018).

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Property Development

Tucci’s South Salem, New York house was sold in the fall of 2013. The house has a total square footage of 5,405 square feet and is situated on six acres of land. The house, which was erected in the mid-1770s, contains five bedrooms and four bathrooms. Tucci renovated and extended the home, yet it retains certain colonial elements. A guest house and a pool with a flagstone patio are available on the property. For $1.8 million, the remote estate was sold.