Niccolò Tucci
Niccolò Tucci (May 1, 1908 – December 10, 1999) was a short story writer and novelist who wrote in English and Italian.
Early life and family
Tucci was born in Lugano, Switzerland on 1 May 1908 of a Russian mother and an Italian father who became a Swiss citizen, Niccolò Tucci grew up in privileged circumstances that were eliminated by the Bolshevik Revolution. His family relocated to Tuscany.
His daughter, Maria Tucci, is an actress married to her father's former editor, Robert Gottlieb.
In 1938, he resigned a position with Mussolini's Press Ministry and immigrated to the United States. He wrote numerous short stories and a few longer works, many of which are largely autobiographical in their subject matter.
Tucci died on 10 December 1999.
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