Ray Romano Bio
Ray Romano born Raymond Albert Romano, is an American stand-up comedian, actor and screenwriter. He was born on December 21, 1957 in Queens, New York, to Lucie and Albert Romano. He grew up in the Forest Hills neighborhood of Queens.
Romano attended elementary and middle school at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs in Forest Hills. After transferring from Archbishop Molloy High School, Romano graduated from Hillcrest High School in 1975.
Then Romano briefly attended Queens College, in Flushing, New York, where he studied accounting.
His early comedy career started when he competed in the Johnnie Walker Comedy Search in 1989 directed by Saturday Night Live short film producer Neal Marshad and appeared on The Comedy Channel.
His career included many outlets, such as Comedy Central, where he had been a recurring guest voice on the show Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist. He also was a contestant on Star Search in the stand-up comedy category.
He then appeared on Late Show with David Letterman doing his stand up routine which formed his ties with CBS. Shortly thereafter, he became the star of his own show, Everybody Loves Raymond on CBS.
Romano was the subject of the documentary film 95 Miles to Go. The film documents Romano’s road-trip for a series of rides across the south of the United States. The film was released in theaters on April 7, 2010, by ThinkFilm.
Romano returned to television with a new dramedy for TNT in 2008, Men of a Certain Age, which he co-created with former Everybody Loves Raymond writer, Mike Royce. It co-starred Scott Bakula and Andre Braugher.
Romano made an appearance in the seventh season of NBC show The Office as Merv Bronte, a nervous job applicant interviewing for the job left vacant by Michael Scott. Romano made an appearance in the third-season premiere of ABC sitcom The Middle as Nicky, a friend of Mike, who ruined his and Frankie’s honeymoon.
Ray Romano Age
He was born on December 21, 1957.
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Ray Romano Wife
Romano married his wife, Anna Scarpulla, in 1987. They met while working at a bank together. In February 2012, Romano revealed that his wife Anna had successfully battled stage one breast cancer in 2010. They have four children.
Ray Romano Kids – Ray Romano Children – Ray Romano Twins
He has four children: one daughter, Alexandra (born in 1990), and three sons: twins Matthew and Gregory (born in 1993), and Joseph Raymond (born in 1998).
Ray Romano Family – Ray Romano Brother
He has an older brother, Richard (born in 1956), a sergeant with the NYPD, and a younger brother, Robert, a second grade teacher in New York City.
Ray Romano Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $130 million.
Ray Romano Height
Ray is 1.88 meters tall
Ray Romano Vinyl
HBO announced the cancellation of 1970’s rock drama “Vinyl” after just one season,it was scheduled to return for a second season. Despite high expectations for the project, the show disappointed in the ratings.
It was expensive to produce, and canceling the show will allow its executives to work on other projects. In April, show-runner Terence Winter left the show over creative differences.
Ray Romano Stand Up
Romano hit the big screen with a star turn in The Big Sick. Here, the actor talks hitting it big, romancing his wife, and explaining on-screen threesomes,he started with his neighbor-hood friends as sketch comedy show for the neighborhood.
They called themselves No Talent Incorporated and they put on no-talent shows.Since then, he has really branched out with his roles in things like Vinyl and Men Of A Certain Age.
Ray Romano House
Comedian and Emmy have a new residence in Venice,they paid $2.1 million for the single-level home. Built in 1956, the house has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms spread across more than 1,800 square feet of living space.
It last sold in March for $1.33 million and flipped back to market in July with a $1.99 million asking price. Interior features include hardwood floors, new windows, updated bathrooms, and a remodeled kitchen with a large center island and brand new appliances.
The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and opens to a sunny wooden side deck. The home sits on a roughly 6,050-square-foot lot with a grassy backyard and an attached two-car garage.
Romano also owns a Mediterranean-style mansion in Encino and a beachfront property in Malibu for which he paid $8.5 million in 2004.
Ray Romano Parenthood
Ray Romano knew there was something special about his grumpy “Parenthood” character Hank and the way he related to his ex girlfriend’s teenage nephew Max.
As Romano filmed Hank’s goodbye scene with Lauren Graham last season it occurred to him to go off script and hand Sarah an old camera to give to Max.
Although Hank and Max had only had a couple of scenes together, the gesture was intended as a sweet note. Romano wanted to remind viewers that as flawed as Hank is, he has a good heart.
But it did more than that. It opened the door for Hank’s return in the fifth season and the crafting of a moving and rewarding friendship between two socially awkward pals who love photography.
When the NBC family drama returns to the line-up the similarities between a boy who has Asperger syndrome and his hard-to-read mentor are front and center in that classic “Parenthood” emotional way.
Larry Romano Related To Ray Romano
Larry Romano is an American film and television actor. Contrary to popular belief, they are not brothers.
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Ray Romano Movies
- Caesar’s Salad (1990)
- Ice Age (2002)
- Welcome to Mooseport (2004)
- Eulogy (2004)
- 95 Miles to Go (2004)
- Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006)
- Grilled (2006)
- The Last Word (2008)
- The Grand (2008)
- Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009)
- Funny People (2009)
- Ice Age: Continental Drift (2012)
- Rob the Mob (2014)
- Ice Age: Collision Course (2016)
- The Big Sick (2017)
- The Irishman (2019)
Ray Romano TV Shows
- 2017–present – Get Shorty
- 2016 – Ice Age: The Great Egg-Scapade
- 2016 – Vinyl
- 2016 – Kevin Can Wait
- 2014 – Maron
- 2012–2015 – Parenthood
- 2011 – The Office (U.S.)
- 2011 – The Middle
- 2011 – Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas
- 2009–2011 – Men of a Certain Age
- 2008 – Hannah Montana
- 2007 – ‘Til Death
- 2007 – The Knights of Prosperity
- 2005 – The Simpsons
- 2002 – All That
- 2002 – Sesame Street
- 1999 – Becker
- 1998–2005 – The King of Queens
- 1998 – The Nanny
- 1997 – Cosby
- 1996–2005 – Everybody Loves Raymond
- 1995–1997 – Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist
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Ray Romano Flattered and Insulted by Jon Hamm’s Impression
Updated on: 3 August 2018.
Four months ago, Jon Hamm drew big laughs when he appeared on NBC’s The Tonight Show and mimicked his friend Ray Romano’s voice. Jimmy Fallon invited Romano to be a guest on Thursday’s episode, where he replayed the clip and asked him to weigh in on the impression.
“First of all, it’s flattery,” explained Romano, who was on the show to promote Season 2 of Get Shorty. “Isn’t that supposed to be the highest form of flattery? But also, if you think about it, it’s like a double insult, because he’s making fun of my voice and he’s making fun of my golf game.” To set the record straight about his skills on the green, the 60-year-old actor said, “I don’t hit that many bad shots.” Furthermore, he was talking about one time “when we played together.”
Shaking his head, Romano added, “I don’t want to take anything away from Jon Hamm, but here’s what really pisses me off about it: He’s handsome and he’s funny. That son of a bitch!”
“Now I’m mad, too!” Fallon said. “We’ll never have him back on the show again!”
To even the score, Romano did his impression of Hamm for Fallon.
To learn more about Season 2 of Get Shorty, watch the full interview now.
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