Teddy Castellucci

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Theodore Ross "Teddy" Castellucci (born 1965) is a composer of film music. A graduate of Lindenhurst Senior High School on Long Island, New York in 1983, Castellucci has won five BMI Film Music Awards. He's mostly known for working in comedy projects, and for being the recurring composer in films starring Adam Sandler, before being replaced by Rupert Gregson-Williams. Castellucci appeared on screen as a band member (the guitarist) in "The Wedding Singer" and his last name was used for minor characters in both "The Wedding Singer" and "Big Daddy".

In 1990, he performed guitar on American singer Alisha's album Bounce Back.[1]

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Year Title Director Notes
1998 The Wedding Singer Frank Coraci
1999 Big Daddy Dennis Dugan
Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo Mike Mitchell
2000 Little Nicky Steven Brill
How to Marry a Billionaire: A Christmas Tale Rod Daniel Television film
2001 The Animal Luke Greenfield
Good Advice Steve Rash
2002 Mr. Deeds Steven Brill
Repli-Kate Frank Longo
Home Alone 4 Rod Daniel Television film
Eight Crazy Nights Seth Kearsley
2003 Anger Management Peter Segal
My Boss's Daughter David Zucker
2004 50 First Dates Peter Segal
White Chicks Keenen Ivory Wayans
2005 The Longest Yard Peter Segal
Rebound Steve Carr
2006 Just My Luck Donald Petrie
Little Man Keenen Ivory Wayans
My Super Ex-Girlfriend Ivan Reitman
2007 Wild Hogs Walt Becker
Are We Done Yet? Steve Carr
2008 The Longshots Fred Durst
American Violet Tim Disney
2009 Baby on Board Brian Herzlinger
The Answer Man John Hindman
2010 Lottery Ticket Erik White

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