Born: 1944 October 29 in New York City, New York, United States
Died: 2020 February 21 in Tampa, Florida, United States
Biography: Additional biography on Nicola Cuti can be found in:
Cartoonist PROfiles (Jud Hurd) #20 (December 1973).
Nicola co-created E-Man, Moonchild the Starbabe, and Mike Mauser.
Cuti assisted Wally Wood at some unknown point in his career.
He worked in support as an assistant editor for Warren, from 1969 to 1973, and for Charlton, from 1973 to 1975. Nicola also did support work as a senior editor for DC, from 1981 to 1986.
Notes: Cuti's pen name has its own Who's Who entry here:
Hofstra University [New York] 1962 to 1965
Notes: English Art
Academy of Comic Book Arts Type: member
Publication Title: Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (magazine) - Role: artist - Years: 1983 - 1984
Publication Title: Amazing Stories (magazine) - Role: artist - Year: 1989
Publication Title: Conan the Adventurer
(television) - Role: assistant
- Year: 1992
Employer Name : Graz Entertainment
Notes: Assistant Art Director
Publication Title: General Data Com (magazine) - Role: artist - Years: 1979 - 1981
Publication Title: Greatheart Silver
(book) - Role: artist
- Year: 1982
Notes: Illustrations on Paperbacks
Publication Title: Opaquer
(television) - Role: animator
- Years: 1969 - 1972
Employer Name : Krantz
Publication Title: Starlog (magazine) - Role: artist - Years: 1982 - 1985
Publication Title: Twilight Zone (magazine) - Role: artist - Years: 1982 - 1985
Publication Title: [Performing Arts: Magician]
(other) - Role: owner
- Years: 1960 - 2018; 2019?
Employer Name : Self
Notes: Cuti worked as a semi-professional magician starting in 1960 onwards.