|Ron Livingston Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 11 in|
|Date of Birth||June 5, 1967|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Ron Livingston is an American actor, voice artist, and producer who is known for his television roles like playing Jack Berger in the HBO romantic comedy-drama series S*x and the City, Lewis Nixon in the war drama miniseries Band of Brothers, Sam Loudermilk in the comedy-drama series Loudermilk, Roy Phillips in the HBO period crime drama series Boardwalk Empire, Matt Flannery in the Fox drama series Standoff, Keith in the dark comedy series Search Party, Jonathan Dixon in the ABC family drama series A Million Little Things, Waxman (voice) in the adult animated science fiction drama series Pantheon, A.D.A. Alan Lowe in the legal drama series The Practice, and Mitch in the ABC sitcom That’s Life. Additionally, he has also been cast in various other shows such as Then Came You, American Dad!, Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King, Family Guy, Defying Gravity, Saints & Strangers, Adventure Time, and The Romanoffs. Moreover, Ron Livingston’s film credits include The Time Traveler’s Wife, Queens of Country, A Rumour of Angels, Beat, Buying the Cow, Dinner for Schmucks, Music Within, Going the Distance, The Conjuring, The Tender Bar, The Odd Life of Timothy Green, Adaptation, Parkland, Addicted to Fresno, Shangri-La Suite, The 5th Wave, The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot, The Long Dumb Road, The Professor, Swingers, and Holly Slept Over.
Ronald Joseph Livingston
Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa, United States
Ron Livingston graduated from Marion High School. After that, he got enrolled at Yale University and there he sang with The Whiffenpoofs. Ron graduated in 1989 along with broadcast journalist and political commentator Anderson Cooper.
Actor, Voice Artist, Producer
- Father – Kurt Livingston (Aerospace/Electronics Engineer)
- Mother – Linda (née Rinas) (Lutheran Pastor)
- Siblings – John Livingston (Younger Brother) (Actor), Jennifer Livingston (Sister) (TV news personality at WKBT-DT in La Crosse, Wisconsin)
- Others – Ronald E. Livingston (Paternal Grandfather), Janet Mae Roenspiess (Paternal Grandmother), Bruno S. Rinas (Maternal Grandfather), Frances Anna Thompson (Maternal Grandmother), Mike Thompson (Brother-In-Law, Jennifer’s Husband) (TV news personality at WKBT-DT in La Crosse, Wisconsin), Kenny DeWitt (Father-In-Law), Dorothy (Braddock) (Mother-In-Law)
Ron Livingston has been represented by –
- United Talent Agency, Talent Agency, Beverly Hills, California, United States
- William Morris Endeavor Entertainment, Talent and Literary Agency, Beverly Hills, California, United States
According to CelebrityNetWorth.com, his net worth has been $6 Million.
5 ft 11 in or 180.5 cm
75 kg or 165.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Ron Livingston has dated –
- Lisa Sheridan (1999-2003) – In the year 1999, he started going out with actor Lisa Sheridan and the duo got engaged in 2001. However, the couple parted ways in 2003.
- Rosemarie DeWitt (2006-Present) – He started going out with actor Rosemarie DeWitt in 2006. They met while working on the television drama series Standoff. On November 2, 2009, the duo got married in San Francisco after dating for 3 years. The couple announced in May 2013 that they had adopted an infant girl named Gracie James Livingston (b. April 29, 2013). Later, in December 2016, they announced that they had adopted another girl named Esperanza Mae Livingston (b. December 2015).
Race / Ethnicity
Ron Livingston is of German, Welsh, English, Scottish, and Scots-Irish/Northern Irish descent.
Ron Livingston has been cast in TV commercials for –
- World of Warcraft (2006)
- Sprint (October 2006)
He also narrated the commercial for Hewlett Packard’s Wireless Notebook in 2004.
Ron Livingston Facts
- He made his first theatrical film appearance as a soldier in the 1992 romantic comedy film Straight Talk.
- Alongside Jennifer Aniston, Stephen Root, and Gary Cole, Ron Livingston co-starred as Peter Gibbons (a frustrated and unmotivated programmer) in the 1999 satirical black comedy film Office Space.
- In 2001, Ron appeared as Captain Lewis Nixon in the war drama miniseries Band of Brothers and this performance got him nominated for a Golden Globe Award in the “Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film” category.
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