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.
While pursuing his studies at Strasberg, Larry wrote his first play entitled “We ain’t kids no more” which was presented under the artistic direction of Ana Strasberg. The play was a success and ultimately produced at the William Redfield Theatre in NYC and in Los Angeles at The Burbage Theatre.
Larry was a regular on “NYPD Blue” and “L.A. Law” and starred in other T.V. hits like “Civil Wars””Mad About You” and “CSI:NY.” He starred in 32 episodes of the sitcom “The King of Queens”, on which he played “Richie Iannucci”. He had a lead role in the NBC sitcom Kristin as “Aldo Bonnadonna” with Kristin Chenoweth. You may have also seen Mr. Romano in several television commercials for companies like “Jack In The Box” or “Walgreens”