A Few Years Later At Age Ten Joe Pesci Was A Regular On

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A few years later, at age ten, he was a regular on a television variety show called Startime Kids, which also featured Connie Francis. Pesci won the BAFTA Award for Most Outstanding Newcomer to Leading Film Roles in 1981 and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. (The real Pesci and De Niro made a surprise appearance in one episode.) Pesci hosted SNL on October 10, 1992. 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). He is the star in the 2010 brothel drama Love Ranch, alongside Helen Mirren.

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Fans all over the world are loyal to the much-publicized acting of Joe Pesci and run to theaters to see his new releases. His smaller pictures really made his career, but he has also worked successfully in major pictures since then. The older women can never get enough of Joe Pesci’s calves. Considering his latest highly regarded roles, he could be getting an AFI later this year.. Remember, Daily Celeb Dirt will keep keep you up to date on the breaking Joe Pesci details everyone is talking about.

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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