Born in Prato, Nuti began his professional career as an actor in the late 1970s, when he formed the cabaret group Giancattivi together with Alessandro Benvenuti and Athina Cenci. The group took part in the television shows Black Out and Non Stop for Radiotelevisione Italiana television, and shot their first movie, Ad ovest di Paperino (1981), under Benvenuti"s direction, Starting in 1985, he began to direct his movies, scoring an immediate success with the films Casablanca, Casablanca and All the Fault of Paradise (1985),,, Willy Signori e vengo da lontano 1990 and In 1988 he also participated in the Sanremo Festival with the song "Sarà per te", later recorded by Mina.
In 1992 he sang with Mietta in "Lasciamoci respirare", written by singer-songwriter Biagio Antonacci.
The 1990s were however a period of decline for the Tuscan director, with poorly successful movies such as, Mr. Fifteen Balls (1998), and
In the following years Nuti also started to suffer from depression and alcoholism. Just before returning to direct a movie (Olga e i fratellastri Billi), on 2 September 2006 he was admitted to the hospital Policlinico Umberto I in Rome, after a severe fall.
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