TV - Movies
Whatever
Happened To
Nicholas Turturro
After Leaving Blue
Bloods?
By PAULI POISUO
Nicholas Turturro's Sergeant Tony Renzulli in "Blue Bloods" is a good and honest cop with a sense of humor and a talent for training younger officers. Unfortunately, Tututtoro left "Blue Bloods" in Season 6, but the actor has been keeping himself busy with work since then.
Since his departure from the hit show in 2016, Turturro has appeared in over 20 projects, and his most high-profile project has arguably been Spike Lee's "BlackKklansman," as Walker. He's also done a three-episode guest star role in "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," playing Detective Frank Bucci.
You can see him in projects like HBO's "The Night Of," and hear him as the voice of Boston "Deadman" Brand in 2017's DC animated movie "Justice League Dark." In 2019, Turturro played Archbishop Pedro Lopez de Luna in the award-winning Italian historical drama miniseries "The Name of the Rose," which is based on Umberto Eco's monk murder mystery.