Vera: “It was too big to operate, so they had to do high-dose radiation and chemo. I’d vowed I’d never do anything like that, because my first wife died of cancer, and to watch her go through those treatments for years was horrible.“The kids were great, but it was hard for them,” he added. “I had a feeding tube for six months.
I could barely make it to the twins’ high school graduation.”Revealing that the cancer is unlikely to return, Tucci looked towards the future.
He said: “[Cancer] makes you more afraid and less afraid at the same time. I feel much older than I did before I was sick. But you still want to get ahead and get things done.”Tucci’s most recent film role came back in July, when he played back alley shrink Dr.Read more on nme.com