Who is Ray Romano?

Ray Romano is an American actor, stand-up comedian, and writer who has vigorously worked in the entertainment field since 1989. This actor has established his career by performing on various branches of Comedy Central. Likewise, he is well-known for his role in the sitcom ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ as Raymond Barone. Over his career span to date, his work has always been appreciated by the audience. Moreover, he also received prestigious nominations and awards such as the Emmy, Screen Actors Guild Awards, and Golden Globe Awards. Apart from acting, he is also an accomplished poker and golf player.

Quick Info 
Full NameRaymond Albert Romano
Profession
Birth DateDecember 21, 1957
Birth PlaceNew York, United States
Parents NameAlbert Romano
Lucie Fortini
Siblings2 brothers
WifeAnna Romano 91987-2020)
Children4
Net Worth 2020$200 million
Height6 feet and 2 inches (1.87m/187cms)
Weight80 kgs (176lbs)

Ray Romano

Bio

Ray’s full name is Raymond Albert Romano, born on December 21, 1957, in New York. His father Albert Romano, served as a real estate agent and engineer while his mother Lucie Fortini, was a piano teacher. He was raised alongside his elder brother, Richard, and a younger brother, Robert. Additionally, he is currently 62 years old with a Sagittarius star sign.

Nationality and Physical Stats

Ray Romano holds an American nationality and as per his ethnicity, he is of a mixed background of Italian and French. Besides this, he stands 6 feet and 2 inches (1.87m/187cms) tall and weighs around 80 kgs (176lbs). Moreover, he has an average body type with dark brown eye color and hair color.

Early Life/Education

Ray Romano had a keen interest in comedy from his childhood. This encourages him to pursue an acting career in the future. Talking about his studies, he received his primary education from Our Lady Queen of Martyrs for his elementary and middle school education. Later he attended two high schools, Archbishop Molloy High School and Hillcrest High School from which he graduated in 1975. Likewise, he also enrolled at Queens College where he studied accounting. Moreover, he worked as a handyman and did odd jobs before joining the entertainment industry.

Social

This actor is not active on social media accounts.

Personal Life

Ray Romano married Anna Romano on 11 October 1987. This couple has four children together named Alexandra Romano, Matthew Romano, Gregory Romano, and Joseph Romano.

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Career

Movies of Ray Romano

Ray Romano landed his debut film role in the 1990 short film ‘Caesar’s Salad’ as Policeman. He then appeared in ‘Ice Age’ where he had a voice role of Manny in 2002. This film became a huge hit and established a different franchise. It starred himself, John Leguizamo, and Denis Leary in the main role. He also appeared in ‘Welcome to Mooseport,’ ‘Eulogy’ and ’95 Miles To Go’ in 2009. This actor also reprised his voice role of Manny in the sequel films ‘Ice Age: The Meltdown’ in 2006, ‘Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs’ in 2009, ‘Ice Age: Continental Drift’ in 2012, and ‘Ice Age: Collision Course’ in 2016. Meanwhile, he also appeared in ‘Grilled’ in 2006, ‘The Last Word,’ and ‘The Grand’ in 2008, and ‘Funny People’ in 2009.

Similarly, he also played as Jerry Cardozo in ‘Rob the Mob’ in 2014 and ‘The Big Sick’ in 2017. Likewise, his last played movies are ‘Paddleton,’ ‘Bad Education,’ and ‘The Irishman’ in 2019.

TV Shows 

Talking about his TV shows, Ray made his debut TV role in the animated series ‘Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist’ from 1995 to 1997. He then appeared in the 1996 sitcom ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ as Raymond Barone. This role lasted till 2005 and also earned him recognization in the industry. Meanwhile, he also appeared as Raymond in series like ‘Cosby’ in 1997, ‘ The King of Queens’ in 1998, and ‘Becker’ in 1999. Likewise, he also had a guest appearance in ‘All That’ in 2002 and a voice role in ‘The Simpsons’ in 2005. Moreover, he also featured in three episodes of the comedy series ‘The Knights of Prosperity’ in 2007.

The next year, Ray appeared in ‘Hannah Montana’ and ‘Men of a Certain Age’ from 2009 to 2011. Meanwhile, in 2011 he appeared in ‘The Office,’ The Middle,’ and ‘ Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas’ a TV special show. From 2012 to 2015, he became one of the recurring cast in the family comedy-drama series ‘Parenthood’ where he played Hank Rizzoli. He appeared from season 4 to 6 and shared the screen with different actors like Peter Krause, Lauren Graham, Monica Potter, and many more. This actor also hosted ‘David Letterman: A Life on Television’ in 2015.

More

Furthermore, in 2016 this actor appeared in ‘Vinyl’ as Zak and ‘Kevin Can Wait’ as Vic. He next had the main role in the comedy-drama series ‘Get Shortly’ in 2017 which is still running. In 2019 and 2020, he appeared in two series named ‘Crashing’ and ‘One Day at a Time’ respectively. Moreover, he is also working on his upcoming series ‘Made for Love’ which starred Cristin Milioti, Billy Magnussen, Noma Dumezweni, and Augusto Aguilera.

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Awards 

Ray Romano has received awards from the American Comedy for his show ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ in 1999, 2000, and 2001. Moreover, he has also won three Emmy Award and four People’s Choice Awards for the same show.

Net Worth of Ray Romano

Ray Romano is one of the finest comedians and actors in the entertainment industry. His net worth as of 2020 is estimated to be $200 million.