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Who is Larry Romano? Net Worth, Partner, Biography

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Who is Larry Romano?

Lawrence John Romano is an American citizen and a Leo by birth sign. He was born on July 31, 1963, in Mount Vernon, New York State. He is an actor best known for playing Richie Iannucci in the David Litt and Michael J. Weithorn-produced comedy series “The King of Queens,” which ran from 1998 to 2007. Following the lives of delivery driver Doug Heffernan when his father moves in with him, the series, which starred Kevin James, Leah Remini, and Jerry Stiller, won 14 awards and was nominated for five more, including a Primetime Emmy.

Is he related to Ray Romano?

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The well-known American stand-up comedian, actor, and playwright Ray Romano, who starred in the sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond,” is not related to Larry Romano.

Childhood And Education

Larry was brought up in Mount Vernon as an only child by his piano teacher mother and construction worker father. When he was in elementary school, his teacher encouraged him to join the theatre club; as a result, Larry quickly appeared in practically all the school plays. He kept playing when he enrolled at Tappan Zee High School.

He played basketball and football during this period and began going to the gym at the age of 17 to shape his body and appear nice for his acting career. He was also fairly physically active throughout this time.

Following his graduation from high school in 1981, Larry enrolled at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York City, where he later earned a Bachelor of Arts in theatre in 1985.

Movies’ Parts

In the 1987 short comedy “On Time,” written and produced by Ari Taub and starring Hy Anzell, Robert Bland, and Tony Didio Jr., Larry made his acting debut as a FedEx driver. The film follows a bicycle messenger who struggles to deliver a message on time in New York.

In 1989, Larry acted in the comedy film “She’s Back,” which garnered largely unfavorable reviews. The following year, he played First Base in the Sylvester Stallone-led prison action film “Lock Up.” In 1991, Larry made an appearance in the Steven Seagal-led action film “Out for Justice” directed by John Flynn, and two years later, he performed the supporting role of Emilio in the thriller “New York Cop.”

In the critically acclaimed suspense drama “City Hall,” which also starred Al Pacino, John Cusack, and Bridget Fonda, he first gained notoriety as Tino Zapata. He then went on to play roles in the comedies “Love Is All There Is” and “Sleepers,” which starred Robert De Niro, Dustin Hoffman, and Kevin Bacon, as well as the drama “No Way Home.”

Larry was cast as John in the 2003 films “Spanish Fly” and “Fish Without a Bicycle,” however neither of these films was particularly well-received. Following that, Larry played roles in a few short films, including “Bald,” “Baggage,” and “Karma.” In the drama “Laugh Killer Laugh” in 2015, the comedy-drama “Oiled Up” in 2016, and the criminal comedy-drama “Bad Education” in 2019, he made three of his most recent film appearances.

He is also a musician; in the early 1990s, he founded the rock group DEFICIT, whose most well-known song is currently “Rock in the Bronx.”

Television Show Roles

In 1992, Larry made his television debut as a guest star in the legal drama “Civil Wars” episode “Mob Psychology.” The following year, he played Bobby Falcone in the episode “F.O.B.” of the legal drama “L.A. Law.”

He rose to fame in 1993 after being chosen to play Richie Catena, a supporting role, in five episodes of the police procedural program “NYPD Blue.” Larry made an appearance in the “My Boyfriend’s Back!” episode of the sitcom “Mad About You” two years later. In the comedy series “Kristin,” Larry played another supporting role in the year 2001. After that, he continued to make cameo appearances in a variety of series’ lone episodes. His most recent TV appearances include the episodes “Thanksgiving” of the comedy “What I Like About You” from 2002, “Run Silent, Run Deep” of the CSI: NY police drama from 2006, and “Super Dave” of the sitcom “The War at Home” from the same year.

Relationship Status

The popular actor has been keeping the details of his love life out of the public eye, but rumors are going around online that he may be in a relationship. This is because some people claim to have seen Larry walking hand in hand with a regular woman in the streets of Los Angeles, though there is no evidence to back up these claims. Additionally, some people think that Larry has been wed for over ten years and that he secretly wed his spouse in 2009; there are also allegations that Larry is gay!

Larry is assumed to be single as of September 2020, has never been married, and is heterosexual because he hasn’t made any comments on these topics.

Activities And Other Passions

Two of Larry’s dogs, who he keeps as pets and who frequently appear in his Instagram photos, are dogs. Larry is a passionate animal lover.

He enjoys American football and is rooting for the San Francisco 49ers. He frequently attends the stadium in addition to watching their games on television. Traveling is one of Larry’s main interests, and whenever he goes anywhere, he brings his dogs along. He has visited numerous US states, including Arizona and Texas, as well as several European nations, including England and Spain.

He enjoys drinking, especially drinks, with the Margarita being his favorite.

In addition to “Good Will Hunting,” “Scarface,” and the Harry Potter series, Larry has his favorite actors and actresses, including Matt Damon, Al Pacino, and Emma Watson. His favorite animated sitcom is “South Park,” which he also enjoys viewing.

Body Structure And Net Worth

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Larry is 57 years old. He stands about 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 meters) tall, has brown eyes and short brown hair, and weighs about 150 lbs (68kgs).

His projected net worth as of September 2020 is greater than $1.2 million.