Few Stars Shine As Bright Home And Abroad Like Joe Pesci When

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


Few stars shine as bright home and abroad like Joe Pesci when it comes to filmdom. He is a legend when it comes to playing various parts in screen plays. Joe Pesci has a stomach that he shows off in his screen plays.. Celeb Dating Buzz always has the most recent info on Joe Pesci, so check back soon.

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

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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. (The real Pesci and De Niro made a surprise appearance in one episode.) Pesci hosted SNL on October 10, 1992.

Joe Pesci Hugo: Martin Scorsese’s Family-Friendly Foray [Video] Here’s The Trailer For Hugo, A

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Joe Pesci


He took a six year hiatus from acting between 1999 and 2005 before returning for a cameo in The Good Shepherd (2006). Pesci was raised in Belleville, New Jersey and attended Belleville High School. A few years later, at age ten, he was a regular on a television variety show called Startime Kids, which also featured Connie Francis. (The real Pesci and De Niro made a surprise appearance in one episode.) Pesci hosted SNL on October 10, 1992. He later co-starred in the blockbuster Home Alone (1990), playing Harry Lyme; one of two bumbling burglars (along with good friend Daniel Stern), who attempt to rob the house of the character played by Macaulay Culkin. Two years later, he reprised his role in the sequel.

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]



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