Larry Romano

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Larry Romano
Born Lawrence John Romano
(1963-07-31) July 31, 1963 (age 53)
Mount Vernon, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1987 - present

Lawrence John Romano better known as Larry Romano, is an American film and television actor.

Born on July 31, 1963, 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 also played First Base in the motion picture Lock Up with Sylvester Stallone. He had a lead role in the short-lived NBC sitcom Kristin as Aldo Bonnadonna with Kristin Chenoweth, though the sitcom only aired 6 episodes, before being canceled.

Romano made a cameo appearance in Out for Justice. In 1996, he played Tino Zapatti in the film City Hall and also played an extra in the film Sleepers. In 1997, he had a brief role playing Al Pacino in the role of Benjamin "Lefty" Ruggerio's son in Donnie Brasco, and appeared in the 1998 Terrence Malick film The Thin Red Line. His most recent acting work was in the 2010 film, The Ascent as well as in the 2015 film Laugh Killer Laugh.[1]

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