Stanley Tucci has managed to collect a large number of loyal fans, while remaining under the radar. He began his professional acting career with a role on Broadway in the 1982 production of "The Queen and the Rebels". After focusing on theater work for a few more years, he made the leap to film, debuting with a small role in "Prizzi's Honor". He branched out into television in the late 80s, appearing in guest starring roles in "Crime Story", "The Street", and "Miami Vice". His work on film began to gain notice, and he began to appear in more high-profile roles. Since the early 90s, he has gone back and forth between film and television work constantly, appearing in such film projects as "Billy Bathgate", "Prelude to A Kiss", "The Pelican Brief", "Big Night", "Deconstructing Harry", "A Midsummer Night's Dream", "Road to Perdition", "Shall We Dance", "The Devil Wears Prada", "The Lovely Bones", "Easy A", "Captain America: The First Avenger", and "The Hunger Games". He has also appeared on television on such shows as "Wiseguy", "thirtysomething", "ER", and "30 Rock". He has been nominated for an Oscar and a Tony. He has also been nominated for two Emmy Awards, and three Golden Globe Awards. He has won one of each. Despite his steady work and his multiple awards, he has managed to maintain "character" actor status, and seems to happily stay below the radar. In late 2012, he married Felicity Blunt, the older sister of Emily Blunt, his co-star in "The Devil Wears Prada". The combination of the marriage, and his busy schedule with "The Hunger Games" franchise, has led to some changes in his life. This seems to include unloading his "retreat" property in upstate New York. He listed it earlier this month.
Stanley Tucci's house in South Salem, New York is 5,405 square feet, and sits on 6 acres of land. It has five bedrooms and four bathrooms, and was originally built in the mid-1770s. Stanley Tucci's house has since been expanded and modernized, though it still features some colonial touches. The home sports high ceilings, lots of sunlight, hardwood floors, a state-of-the-art kitchen, and stunning grounds. Stanley Tucci's house also has a guest house, and a pool surrounded by a flagstone terrace. The secluded property is on the market for $1.85 million, and looks to be a steal at that price.