• Ron Livingston is an American actor best known for his roles in “Office Space”, “Band of Brothers”, and “A Million Little Things”.
• He has German, Welsh, English, and Scottish ancestry and one of four siblings.
• He has had success in films such as “Adaptation”, “Sex and the City”, “Little Black Book”, “The Time Traveler’s Wife”, “Going the Distance”, and “The Conjuring”.
• He is married to actress Rosemarie DeWitt and has two adopted children.
• His net worth is estimated at $5 million.
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|Date Of Birth||June 5, 1967|
|Spouse||Rosemarie DeWitt, Rosemarie DeWitt|
|Fact||His feature film debut was Straight Talk (1992).|
- 1 Who is Ron Livingston?
- 2 Ron Livingston Biography- Age, Childhood, and Education
- 3 Career Beginnings
- 4 Rise to Stardom
- 5 Continual Success
- 6 Most Recent Projects
- 7 Ron Livingston Net Worth, Height, Weight, and Appearance
- 8 Ron Livingston Personal Life, Dating, Marriage, Wife
- 9 Ron Livingston’s Wife, Rosemarie DeWitt
- 10 Career and Net Worth
- 11 General Info
- 12 Family
- 13 Accomplishments
- 14 Social profile links
- 15 Quotes
- 16 Facts
- 17 Pictures
- 18 Movies
- 19 Awards
Who is Ron Livingston?
Ron Livingston is an American actor who shot to fame as Peter in the comedy film “Office Space” (1999) and then played Lewis Nixon in the TV mini-series “Band of Brothers” (2001). In recent years, he is known as Jonathan Dixon in the TV series “A Million Little Things” (2018-2020).
Ron Livingston Biography- Age, Childhood, and Education
Born Ronald Joseph Livingston on the 5th June 1967, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa USA, he is the son of Kurt Livingston, who is an aerospace/electronics engineer, and his wife Linda (nee Rinas), who is a Lutheran pastor. He is of part German, Welsh, English and Scottish ancestry, and one of four siblings, including a younger brother John, an actor as well, and a sister Jennifer Livingston, who is a news reporter currently working at WKBT in Wisconsin.
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Ron went to Marion High School, and after matriculation enrolled at Yale University, where among his colleagues were future actor/producer Paul Giamatti and future actor Edward Norton. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Studies and English Literature.
Ron’s career started while he was still at the university; he secured his first roles at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, and later with Manhattan Class Company. Upon graduating from Yale, he moved to Chicago, where he continued with a career on stage, making a name for himself at the Goodman Theatre and other venues.
His on-screen debut was in the romantic comedy-drama film “Straight Talk” (1992) starring Dolly Parton and James Woods, after which he moved to Los Angeles permanently, in order to jump-start his career. His next role came in 1995 as Chad in the drama film “The Low Life”, starring Rory Cochrane, Sean Astin and Kyra Sedgwick, and the following year he secured his first major role, as Rob in the comedy-drama film “Swingers”, co-starring Vince Vaughn, Heather Graham and Jon Favreau. Before the decade ended he portrayed Ron Statlin in the comedy series “Dill Scallion” (1999), with Billy Burke, Lauren Grahan, and Kathy Griffin in the lead roles, then he was Peter in the comedy film “Office Space”, and co-starred in the romantic comedy film “Two Ninas”, with Amanda Peet and Cara Buono.
Rise to Stardom
Ron’s career reached a new level with the start of the 2000s; he first starred as Lewis Nixon in the TV mini-series “Band of Brothers” (2001), then he was Marty Bowen in the Academy Award-winning comedy-drama film “Adaptation.”, starring Nicolas Cage, Meryl Streep and Chris Cooper. From 2002 to 2003 he played Jack Berger in the highly-acclaimed TV romantic comedy-drama series “Sex and the City”, while in 2004 he starred in the romantic comedy-drama film “Little Black Book”.
Ron enjoyed success throughout the 2000s, featuring in a number of popular films, including the comedy-drama “Pretty Persuasion” (2005), then the drama film “Holly” (2006), while in 2007 he starred in the biopic “Music Within”, about Richard Pimentel, and he finished the decade with co-starring in the fantasy drama film “The Time Traveler’s Wife” (2009).
Ron’s career continued in a successful manner into the next decade, first starring in the romantic comedy “Going the Distance” (2010), and then in 2013 co-starring in comedy-drama film “Drinking Buddies”. Between these two roles, he had several other appearances in successful films, such as in the comedy-drama “The Odd Life of Timothy Green”. He then starred with Zoe Kazan in the comedy-drama “The Pretty One” (2013) and also the horror-thriller film “The Conjuring” (2013). Also in 2013, he was Roy Phillips in the TV crime drama series “Broadwalk Empire”.
The next year he co-starred in the war-drama film “Fort Bliss” (2014), and also starred in the television movie “We Hate Paul Revere” in the titular role, while in 2015 he appeared in the award-winning drama film “James White”, starring Christopher Abbott, Cynthia Nixon and Kid Cudi.
In 2016 he portrayed Elvis Presley in the action crime-drama film “Shangri-La Suite”, starring Emily Browning, Luke Grimes and Avan Jogia – the film was about two young lovers set on a mission to kill Elvis, but the film wasn’t welcomed, and was a box office bomb.
Most Recent Projects
In recent years, Ron has turned more to television roles, but has still featured in a few films. From 2017 to 2018 he portrayed Sam Loudermilk in the TV comedy series “Loudermilk”, and from 2018 to 2020 he appeared as Jonathan Dixon in the TV comedy mystery-drama series “A Million Little Things”. On the other hand, he appeared in the films “Tully” then “The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot”, both in 2018, while in 2020 he co-starred in the comedy film “Holly Slept Over”, with Nathalie Emmanuel, Kimberly G. Grader and Erinn Hayes in the lead roles.
He is currently working on the biopic about Willie Pep, one of the most successful professional boxers in the history of the sport, entitled “Pep”, and is currently in pre-production. Ron is set to portray Bob Kaplan in the film.
Ron Livingston Net Worth, Height, Weight, and Appearance
Ron is a Golden Globe Award-nominated actor, and so far he’s appeared in more than 90 films and TV series. Ron Livingston’s net worth has been estimated at $5 million, as of mid- 2020.
Ron Livingston stands at 5ft 10ins (1.79m) tall, while he weighs approximately 155lbs ~ 70kgs. His vital statistics are unknown, but he has an athletic figure. He has brown eyes and black hair.
Ron Livingston Personal Life, Dating, Marriage, Wife
Back in 2006 while working on the TV series “Standoff”, he met actress Rosemarie DeWitt; they started dating and three years later the couple was married on the 2nd November 2009. They adopted a baby girl in 2013, while in 2016 they decided to adopt another child, this time a girl who was one year old at the time.
Before dating Rosemarie, Ron was engaged to actress Lisa Sheridan.
Ron Livingston’s Wife, Rosemarie DeWitt
Rosemarie Braddock DeWitt was born on the 26th October 1971 in Flushing, New York City USA, the daughter of Kenny DeWitt and Rosemarie.
Her grandfather was the American boxer and World Heavyweight Champion James J. Braddock, and she actually appeared in the film “Cinderella Man”, which tells the story of her grandfather’s life and career. She went to Whippany Park High School, and then enrolled at New College at Hofstra University, from which she attained a Bachelor of Arts degree in creative studies. Furthermore, she also took acting lessons at The Actors Center in New York.
Career and Net Worth
Rosemarie’s career started in the early 2000s with minor roles, and since then she’s featured in around 50 films and TV series.
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She built her career with roles in such films as “The Great New Wonderful” (2005), and the aforementioned “Cinderella Man” (2005), and “The Wedding Weekend” (2006), before she starred as Rachel in the romantic comedy film “Rachel Getting Married” in 2008, winning several awards for her work on the film, which launched her to stardom.
With the start of the 2010s, Rosemarie’s career was becoming more popular, first with the lead role in the comedy-drama film “Your Sister’s Sister” (2011), then she featured in another comedy-drama film “The Odd Life of Timothy Green” in 2012. In 2015 she starred in the horror-thriller film “Poltergeist”, and in 2016 co-starred in the musical comedy-drama film “La La Land”, next to Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone. Most recently, Rosemarie starred in the TV mini-series “Little Fires Everywhere”.
According to sources, Rosemarie DeWitt’s net worth has been estimated at $3 million, as of early 2020.
|Full Name||Ron Livingston|
|Date Of Birth||June 5, 1967|
|Height||1.79 m, 1.79 m|
|Profession||Voice Actor, Voice Actor|
|Education||Marion High School, Yale University, Yale School of Drama, Marion High School, Yale University, Yale School of Drama|
|Spouse||Rosemarie DeWitt, Rosemarie DeWitt|
|Children||Gracie James Livingston, Gracie James Livingston|
|Parents||Linda Livingston, Kurt Livingston, Linda Livingston, Kurt Livingston|
|Siblings||John Livingston, Jennifer Livingston, Nick Livingston, John Livingston, Jennifer Livingston, Nick Livingston|
|Nominations||Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, Golden Globe Aw...|
|Movies||The Conjuring, Office Space, The 5th Wave, Drinking Buddies, The Time Traveler's Wife, The Odd Life of Timothy Green, Dinner for Schmucks, Little Black Book, Music Within, Swingers, Going the Distance, Touchy Feely, The Pretty One, Pretty Persuasion, Fort Bliss, Adaptation, Relative Strangers, Buyin...|
|TV Shows||Band of Brothers, Sex and the City, Boardwalk Empire, Defying Gravity, Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King, The Practice, Townies, Standoff, WWII in HD, That's Life, The EcoZone Project, Band of Brothers, Sex and the City, Boardwalk Empire, Defying Gravity, Nightmares & Dreams...|
|1||In corporate levels, it's all about tailoring your shirt and which tennis club you belong to and which watch you are wearing and what did you shoot last week?|
|2||My sister Jennifer is an Emmy winning journalist and mother of three amazing girls. She brings an exceptional dedication to her job, her family, and her community, and has been a role model of mine for many, many years. I'm extremely proud of her.|
|3||The real intimidating stuff is the scene where you show up for the first day. You kind of square off, and that is where you look each other in the eye.|
|4||There is technique to it-he is just standing there flexing his arm, and I am standing there making faces as if I am being choked. You keep your head in a certain angle for the camera.|
|5||It all comes down to probable cause: If you think something's up, maybe you gotta take a look.|
|6||It's got to be weird to sit in an office all day and deal with these creative types without having any idea of what they do or how they do it.|
|7||It's kinda cool seeing people having real fights with people they really know.|
|8||They're either going to fire you or they're not. They can only fire you. That's all they can do. They can't take your thumbs.|
|9||An actor's career doesn't feel like just one career to me. It feels like about five or six. Because every six or seven years, you look in the mirror and you have a completely different product.|
|10||Good actors, you always know what they're thinking. That's why they're good actors.|
|11||I can't pull off blond, but I got some blond tips. Which is as close as I'll ever come to being in a '90s boy band.|
|12||I don't always get to do a lot of bad guys.|
|13||I say the one thing about luck is you can't really count on it.|
|14||I would worry if people always associated me with Larry Sokolov.|
|15||Management don't really have any problem at all with firing people. It's a powerful idea that, If I'm not happy, I'll quit. I'll try something else!|
|16||A lot of the stuff I have done had been not only the likable guy, but like the nice likable guy.|
|17||Any time you do physical stuff, violence, it is controlled. It's a little bit like you block the move.|
|18||Eric McCormack is directing talent waiting to happen.|
|19||Flight attendants all over the world saw 'Sex and the City.' Doesn't matter what country you are in. The flight attendants know Jack Berger.|
|20||It can be liberating to get fired because you realize the world doesn't end. There's other ways to make money, better jobs.|
|21||If you play your cards right things are going to happen in the long run. In the short run, it is anybody's guess.|
|22||Life is not always like chess. Just because you have the king surrounded, don't think he is not capable of hurting you.|
|23||If I'm in something funny, I like to try and find some kind of serious line in it that people can relate to.|
|24||Everybody thinks that actors would be really good at bluffing, but I think it's a little backward.|
|25||(on why he moved to Chicago to pursue an acting career) "It was within Greyhound striking distance of home. It was a good place to start out."|
|1||His 1st child, with wife Rosemarie DeWitt, was a daughter named Gracie James Livingston, born April 29, 2013.|
|2||Brother-in-law of Jenni Blong.|
|3||His feature film debut was Straight Talk (1992).|
|4||Director Paul W.S. Anderson had wanted him to play the role of Goro in Mortal Kombat (1995), but the prosthetics required to make him taller and add two arms were too expensive to justify.|
|5||Got his start in Chicago where one of the theaters he performed, was at the Goodman Theatre.|
|6||Mother is a Lutheran minister, father is an aerospace engineer.|
|7||Older brother of actor John Livingston, Jennifer Livingston and Nick Livingston.|
|8||Attended Yale University with Edward Norton and Paul Giamatti.|
|9||Was engaged to actress Lisa Sheridan .|
|10||Is a native of Marion, Iowa, USA. Graduated from Marion High School.|
|Loudermilk||2017||TV Series pre-production||Dave Loudermilk|
|Shimmer Lake||2016||post-production||Kyle Walker|
|Search Party||2016||TV Series||Keith|
|Shangri-La Suite||2016||Elvis Presley|
|The 5th Wave||2016||Oliver Sullivan|
|Saints & Strangers||2015||TV Mini-Series||John Carver|
|Adventure Time||2015||TV Series||Morty Rogers|
|Addicted to Fresno||2015||Edwin|
|Digging for Fire||2015||Bob|
|The End of the Tour||2015||David Lipsky's Editor|
|We Hate Paul Revere||2014||TV Movie||Paul Revere|
|Boardwalk Empire||2013||TV Series||Roy Phillips|
|The Sidekick||2013/II||Short||Captain Wonder|
|The Conjuring||2013||Roger Perron|
|The Pretty One||2013||Charles|
|The Odd Life of Timothy Green||2012||Franklin Crudstaff|
|Queens of Country||2012||Rance McCoy|
|Game Change||2012||TV Movie||Mark Wallace|
|Issues||2011||TV Series||The Nothing|
|Halo: Reach||2010||Video Game||Trooper 5 (voice)|
|Going the Distance||2010||Will|
|Dinner for Schmucks||2010||Caldwell|
|Defying Gravity||2009||TV Series||Maddux Donner|
|The Time Traveler's Wife||2009||Gomez|
|The Spleenectomy||2008||Short||Dr. Bannister|
|Standoff||2006-2007||TV Series||Matt Flannery|
|American Dad!||2005-2007||TV Series||Bob Memari|
|Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King||2006||TV Mini-Series||Howard Fornoy|
|Family Guy||2006||TV Series||Video Store Clerk|
|Relative Strangers||2006||Dr. Richard Clayton|
|Life Happens||2006||Short||Ben Dreamantowski|
|The Life Coach||2005||Ron|
|House M.D.||2005||TV Series||Dr. Sebastian Charles|
|Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story||2005||Video||Clerk (voice)|
|Pretty Persuasion||2005||Percy Anderson|
|Little Black Book||2004||Derek|
|Winter Solstice||2004/I||Mr. Bricker|
|Sex and the City||2002-2003||TV Series||Jack Berger|
|King of the Ants||2003/I||Eric Gatley (uncredited)|
|44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shoot-Out||2003||TV Movie||Donnie Anderson|
|The Cooler||2003||Larry Sokolov|
|Buying the Cow||2002||Tyler Bellows|
|The Practice||2001-2002||TV Series||Alan Lowe|
|Band of Brothers||2001||TV Mini-Series||Lewis Nixon|
|A Rumor of Angels||2000||Uncle Charlie|
|Then Came You||2000||TV Series||Max|
|Two Ninas||1999||Marty Sachs|
|The Big Brass Ring||1999||Sheldon Buckle|
|Office Space||1999||Peter Gibbons|
|Dill Scallion||1999||Ron Statlin|
|Sunset Beach||1998||TV Series||Father|
|That's Life||1998||TV Series||Mitch|
|The Small Hours||1997||Steve|
|Timecop||1997||TV Mini-Series||Elliott Ness|
|Campfire Tales||1997||Rick (segment "The Honeymoon") / RV Driver (segment "The Campfire")|
|JAG||1995||TV Series||Corporal David Anderson|
|The Low Life||1995||Chad|
|Some Folks Call It a Sling Blade||1994||Short|
|The Making of 'Band of Brothers'||2001||TV Short documentary camera operator: boot camp footage|
|The Biggest Schmucks in the World||2011||Video short special thanks|
|The Making of 'Band of Brothers'||2001||TV Short documentary special thanks|
|Dogtown||1997||the production wishes to thank|
|The End of the Tour: Behind the Tour||2015||Video documentary short||Himself|
|The Making of Fort Bliss||2014||Video documentary short||Himself|
|Good Day L.A.||2013||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|Vivir de cine||2013||TV Series||Himself|
|Up Close with Carrie Keagan||2007-2013||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|Reel Junkie||2013||TV Series||Himself|
|The Hollywood Fast Lane||2013||TV Series||Himself - Interviewee|
|Made in Hollywood||2010-2013||TV Series||Himself|
|The Biggest Schmucks in the World||2011||Video short||Himself|
|Chelsea Lately||2010||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson||2005-2010||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|National Movie Awards||2010||TV Special||Himself|
|An Unconventional Love Story||2010||Video documentary short||Himself - Gomez|
|Love Beyond Words||2010||Video documentary short||Himself / Gomez|
|WWII in HD||2009||TV Mini-Series documentary||Charles Scheffel|
|The EcoZone Project||2007||TV Series||Himself|
|The 2006 Billboard Music Awards||2006||TV Special||Himself|
|Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show||2006||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|The 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||2006||TV Special||Himself - Presenter|
|Brothers in Arms: The Untold Story of the 502||2006||TV Movie documentary||Narrator|
|'Office Space': Out of the Office||2005||Video documentary short||Himself|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live!||2003-2005||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|World Poker Tour||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|Still Swingin'||2005||TV Short documentary||Himself|
|Sex and the City: A Farewell||2004||TV Movie documentary||Himself / Jack Berger|
|Celebrity Poker Showdown||2003-2004||TV Series||Himself|
|King of the Ants: Behind the Scenes||2004||Video documentary short||Himself / Eric Gatley|
|Dinner for Five||2002-2004||TV Series||Himself - Special Guest|
|VH1 50 Greatest Album Covers||2003||TV Movie documentary||Himself - Host|
|Late Night with Conan O'Brien||2003||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|The Daily Show||2003||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|The 2003 IFP Independent Spirit Awards||2003||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|9th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards||2003||TV Special||Himself|
|The 59th Annual Golden Globe Awards||2002||TV Special documentary||Himself - Nominee: Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television|
|The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn||2001||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|The Making of 'Band of Brothers'||2001||TV Short documentary||Himself|
|2014||Actor||Screen Actors Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series||Boardwalk Empire (2010)|
|2013||Fright Meter Award||Fright Meter Awards||Best Supporting Actor||The Conjuring (2013)|
|2002||Golden Globe||Golden Globes, USA||Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television||Band of Brothers (2001)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia