Larry Romano recently wrapped the film "Laugh, Killer, Laugh" that also starred William Forsythe, Bianca Hunter and Tom Sizemore. This film will be released on April 24th. It is a gangster/crime drama about a very bad jewel theif with a bad personality whose personality changes to almost maniacal after recovering from a coma caused by an assasinatiion attempt.
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.
|Born||Lawrence John Romano
July 31, 1963
Mount Vernon, New York, U.S.
|Years active||1987 - present|
Larry Romano pursued his passion for the performing arts by studying at Weist-Barron, HB Studios, and the famous Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute, all located in NYC. These highly-respected schools were responsible for launching the careers of many successful actors, including Larry, who now works in film, television and theatre.
Lawrence John Romano (born July 31, 1963 in Mount Vernon, New York), better known as Larry Romano, is an American film and television actor. Born in 1963 in Staten Island, 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.