Joe Pesci Had Starring Roles In Several Other Films Including Easy Money 1983

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Joe Pesci
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Joe Pesci


In 1990, Pesci won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as the psychotic mobster Tommy DeVito in Goodfellas, ten years after receiving a nomination in the same category for Raging Bull. The first film he starred in was the 1975 low budget crime film The Death Collector with Frank Vincent. During the monologue, he restored a picture of Pope John Paul II, which had been torn by SinĂ©ad O’Connor on the previous broadcast; he demonstrated this by tearing up a photo of O’Connor, which was met with huge applause. He had starring roles in several other films including Easy Money (1983), Once Upon a Time in America (1984), Man on Fire (1987), The Super (1991), Jimmy Hollywood (1994), With Honors (also 1994) and Gone Fishin’ (1997). The musical is based on the lives of the musical group, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. Pesci was present during the formation of the group as a young man and is portrayed as a character in the play.

After The Film Pesci Returned To Run His Restaurant In The Bronx

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Joe Pesci
Joe Pesci
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Joe Pesci


He is known for playing a variety of different roles, from violent mobsters to comedic leads to quirky sidekicks. Pesci was raised in Belleville, New Jersey and attended Belleville High School. After the film Pesci returned to run his restaurant in The Bronx, Pesci then got a phone call from Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro who were impressed with his performance in the film and asked him to co-star in a 1980 film with Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese’s Raging Bull. in 1988, Pesci co-starred with pop singer Michael Jackson in the musical-fantasy film Moonwalker as the film’s antagonist, Frankie “Mr. Big” LiDeo (an anagram for one of the film’s producers and longtime Jackson manager Frank DiLeo). “Wise Guy” interpolated the 1980 one-off Hip-Hop hit “Rapture” by Blondie and was co-written and produced by Poke & Tone–the Hip-Hop production team better known as Trackmasters, who first musically introduced the world to 50 Cent.

In 1990 Pesci Won The Academy Award For Best Supporting Actor For

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Joe Pesci
Joe Pesci
Joe Pesci
Joe Pesci
Joe Pesci
Joe Pesci


Pesci has starred in a number of high profile films including Goodfellas, Casino, Raging Bull, Once Upon a Time in America, My Cousin Vinny, JFK, Home Alone, and the Lethal Weapon series. in 1990, Pesci won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as the psychopathic mobster Tommy DeVito in Goodfellas, ten years after receiving a nomination in the same category for Raging Bull. Pesci was raised in Belleville, New Jersey and attended Belleville High School. The first film he starred in was the 1975 low budget crime film The Death Collector with Frank Vincent. (The real Pesci and De Niro made a surprise appearance in one episode.) Pesci hosted SNL on October 10, 1992.

Joe Pesci The Movie Stars Sacha Baron-Cohen And Ben Kingsley, Among Others, And While

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Joe Pesci
Joe Pesci
Joe Pesci
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Joe Pesci


He is known for playing a variety of different roles, from violent mobsters to comedic leads to quirky sidekicks. Pesci has starred in a number of high profile films including Goodfellas, Casino, Raging Bull, Once Upon a Time in America, My Cousin Vinny, JFK, Home Alone, and the Lethal Weapon series. in 1988, Pesci co-starred with pop singer Michael Jackson in the musical-fantasy film Moonwalker as the film’s antagonist, Frankie “Mr. Big” LiDeo (an anagram for one of the film’s producers and longtime Jackson manager Frank DiLeo). in the film, Pesci was featured in the fifth and final segment, a full-length movie called “Smooth Criminal” which was based on Michael Jackson’s song of the same name. Two years later, he reprised his role in the sequel. Pesci also played David Ferrie in 1991′s JFK and the title character in the 1992 comedy My Cousin Vinny.

Hugo: Martin Scorsese’s Family-Friendly Foray [Video] Here’s the trailer for Hugo, a 3D fantasy/adventure film that will hit theaters this November. Based on Brian Selznick’s children’s novel The Invention of Hugo Cabret and directed by none other than Martin Scorsese, Hugo tells the story of an orphan who lives in the walls of a 1930s Paris train station. A mysterious/magical train station! The movie stars Sacha Baron-Cohen and Ben Kingsley, among others, and while Joe Pesci is conspicuously absent, Hugo still looks to be a Thanksgiving Weekend must-see. [via NYM] More » [link]