Joe Pesci

It Wasn't Easy Getting Joe Pesci To Join The Irishman's Cast

Martin Scorsese's "The Irishman" (or if you prefer, "I Heard You Paint Houses") was an onscreen reunion. It was the first time that the director had worked with Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci since 1995's "Casino" — they play Frank Sheeran and Russell Bufalino, respectively, two of the film's three leads. Harvey Keitel, Scorsese's first leading man, also shows up for a more minor role as gangster Angelo Bruno — "The Irishman" is his first Scorsese picture since 1988's "The Last Temptation of Christ." These three were the most frequent faces in Scorsese's 20th century films but during the new millennium, their partnerships declined and Scorsese found a new muse in Leonardo DiCaprio.
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Finally Joe Pesci Mansion Closes Sale in Lavallette, New Jersey

Man, this took a while. For over two years, the Joe Pesci mansion has been waiting to be sold. We thought it was sold then it just sat in limbo. Granted, COVID really got it the way but still, that is a really long time to tie up those real estate ends. The Pesci mansion makes me smile because it is as unique as the man. It required a very specific buyer, they and found him.

Joe Pesci Sings Beatles and Bee Gees Hits on 1968 Album

The classic indie R&B label has reissued Little Joe Sure Can Sing!, Pesci’s long out-of-print and up until now nearly impossible-to-find album. Originally released on vinyl in 1968, the collection was reissued on November 5, 2021, on all streaming platforms. Listen to several tracks below. Recorded under the moniker...

Joe Pesci Parts With Long-Time Jersey Shore Home for $5 Million

Actor Joe Pesci sold his long-time Jersey Shore home last week for $5 million. The “Goodfellas,” “My Cousin Vinny” and “The Irishman” actor, 78, has owned the Lavallette, New Jersey, mansion since 1994, when he bought it for $850,000, according to records with PropertyShark.

Joe Pesci Starred in a Short-Lived Cop Drama Early in His Career

Joe Pesci is a legend in Hollywood. Known for his iconic roles, like his big-time role in Goodfellas, a cinematic classic in its own right. With someone who has been around for as long as Pesci has been, it’s fair to assume that you might know or have an idea about most of what the iconic actor starred in over the years. However, most folks might have missed a role for Pesci early on in his career. Yes, Joe Pesci starred in a short-lived cop drama early on in his career.

Joe Pesci Sticks to His Guns, Sells Jersey Manse at Full Price

Click here to read the full article. With an award-winning film career that spans five decades, Joe Pesci has certainly exhibited some impressive professional staying power. In 1980 there was “Raging Bull,” which earned him an Oscar nomination, and in 1990 it was “Goodfellas,” for which he won the Oscar. Along the way there was “Home Alone,” “My Cousin Vinny,” the “Lethal Weapon” franchise, and most recently, in 2019, “The Irishman,” which earned him another Oscar nomination. In 1994, the year before “Casino” was released, the New Jersey born and bred movie star put down some waterfront roots in the seaside...

1968 Album By Joe Pesci Gets Released Digitally

Decades before New Jersey native Joe Pesci won an Oscar for Goodfellas, cracked us up in Home Alone and the Lethal Weapon films and made “the two yoots” – uttered by his character Vincent Gambini in the 1992 hit comedy My Cousin Vinny – an essential pop-culture catchphrase, the actor was a budding recording artist on Brunswick Records.

Listen to legendary potty-mouthed actor Joe Pesci sing The Beatles in 1968

Joe Pesci's 1968 album Little Joe Sure Can Sing!, recorded back when he was known simply as 'Little Joe', is now available for via your streaming platform of choice. In a world where every obscure album ever made is eventually reissued and proclaimed a long-lost classic, here's one we didn't see coming: an album made by the actor Joe Pesci before he became the actor Joe Pesci.