It is with heavy hearts that we must announce the passing of Nicholas Tucci, who died on March 3rd; he was 38 years old. His obituary reads, in part:
He attended Yale University and graduated in 2004 with a B.A. in Theater Arts. At Yale, Nicholas was a member of Saybrook College, the Suite 13 improvisational comedy troupe, and the 1999 Ivy League champion Yale Football team. He was active in undergraduate theater, appearing in over thirty Yale student stage productions with notable leading roles in A Streetcar Named Desire and Angels in America. A professional actor based first in Los Angeles and more recently in New York, Nicholas had 41 screen credits that included feature and short films and network television programs. Best known for his roles in You’re Next, Choose, and Long Lost, he appeared in a total of 16 feature films. Noteworthy television appearances include Homeland, Quantico, Person of Interest, Blacklist, Daredevil, Pose, Ramy, and Channel Zero. Nicholas also appeared in a variety of off-off Broadway and regional theater stage productions in New York and Connecticut. (Full Obit)
All of us here at Dread Central send our sincerest condolences to Tucci’s fans, friends, and family.