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Larry Romano

Larry Romano

Larry Romano

Larry Romano

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King

Lawrence John Romano (born July 31, 1963) is an American film and television actor. Born in Mount Vernon, New York, he was a regular on NYPD Blue and the sitcom The King of Queens, on which he played Richie Iannucci. He played First Base in the motion picture Lock Up. He had a lead role in the NBC sitcom Kristin as Aldo Bonnadonna; the short-lived sitcom aired only six episodes before being canceled.

Larry Romano's talent offered a wide range of characters on television. Many people fell in love with his quirky wit as the irreverant Richie Iannucci on "The King of Queens." Richie was written as one of Doug Hefferman (Kevin James) closest friends. According to the backstory, he and Doug were roomates before Doug married his wife Carrie as seen in the series episode "Meet By-Product". During the three seasons and 32 episodes that Larry played Richie, he almost always addressed Doug as "Moose". The character Richie was known as a ladies man among Dougs other friends. Richie was a FDNY firefighter. (Source: larryromano.com)

Actor

Larry Romano's early film acting credits include "Donnie Brasco," "The Thin Red Line", "Out For Justice", "City Hall", "Bullet" and "Lock Up". He has appeared on screen with many acclaimed actors, including: Al Pacino, Johnny Depp, Sean Penn, Mickey Rourke, Madonna and Sylvester Stallone. Larry's long acting career allowed him the opportunity to work with well-known director Mike Newell ("Donnie Brasco" and "Harry Potter" fame) as well as many other award-winning directors, including: Terrence Malick ("The Thin Red Line") and David Fincher (the Grammy-nominated Madonna video "Oh Father".

Larry Romano's first major motion picture role was along side of Sylvester Stallone in the film Lock Up.Sylvester Stallone played the role of Frank Leone and Larry played the role of a young prisoner nicknamed "First Base". The story has Frank Leone locked up in a maximum security prison just prior to his release by a vengeful and angry warden, upset with Sylvester Stallone's character because he had reported the mistreatment of prisoners by the warden. In his new maximum security prison, Stallon's character Frank befriends a foursome of prisoners in the jailhouse garage. Larry, as First Base, becomes close with Frank and helps him restore a Mustang in the prison garage. Larry looks back fondly on his time on this movie set and is particularly fond of the actor Sylvester Stallone. Larry found that like the character, Stallone befriended Larry and gave him advice with his acting. He made the set a professional and pleasant place. (Source: larryromano.com)

Blue

Born and raised in Staten Island, New York, he was a regular on NYPD Blue and The King of Queens, on which he played the part of Richie. He also played First Base in the action film Lock Up with Sylvester Stallone. He had a lead role in the short-lived NBC sitcom Kristin, where he appeared as Aldo Bonnadonna opposite Kristin Chenoweth, though the sitcom only aired 6 episodes, before being canceled. Romano made a cameo appearance in Out for Justice. In 1997 he had a brief role playing Al Pacino's son in Donnie Brasco, and appeared in the 1998 Terrence Malick directed film The Thin Red Line. His most recent acting work was in the 2010 movie, The Ascent60

Larry Romano is an experienced actor with over 25 years' experience in television, movies, and theatre. His acting credits include "The King of Queens," "Donnie Brasco," "The Thin Red Line", "NYPD Blue", "CSI, NY", "LA Law" and "Lock Up". He has appeared on screen with many acclaimed actors, including: Al Pacino, Johnny Depp, Sean Penn, Mickey Rourke, Madonna and Sylvester Stallone. Larry's long acting career allowed him the opportunity to work with well-known director Mike Newell ("Donnie Brasco" and of "Harry Potter" fame) as well as many other award-winning directors, including: Terrence Malick ("The Thin Red Line") and David Fincher (the Grammy-nominated Madonna video "Oh Father". (Source: www.imdb.com)

 

 

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