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Ray Abruzzo
Ray Abruzzo 2016.png
Abruzzo at the Carney Awards in 2016
Born (1954-08-12) August 12, 1954 (age 66)
OccupationTelevision actor
Years active1982-present

Ray Abruzzo (born August 12, 1954) is an American actor best known for his role as Little Carmine Lupertazzi in The Sopranos.[1]

Early life

Abruzzo was born in Queens, New York City on August 12, 1954. He is a graduate of Christ the King High School in Middle Village, Queens, New York.

Career

Abruzzo played police sergeant John Zorelli in 20 episodes of Dynasty from 1988 to 1989; Detective Michael McGuire in 44 episodes of The Practice from 1998 to 2004; and "Little" Carmine Lupertazzi in 16 episodes of The Sopranos from 2002 to 2007. He also played the part of Tony Guiliano, Christine Sullivan's fiancé, husband, and then ex-husband in several episodes of the sitcom Night Court.

Other television credits include a 1989 episode of Empty Nest, where he played cardiologist Dr. Leonard, NCIS, Murder, She Wrote, L.A. Law, House M.D., NYPD Blue, Lois and Clark, Law & Order: SVU, The Nanny, CSI: NY, Criminal Minds, Bones, Weinerville (head writer, stage manager, and performed as the puppet chef Pops), In Plain Sight and Mad Men.

He was seen on the stage of the Pasadena Playhouse in the play, Mauritius, by Theresa Rebeck. He also played the title role in Lombardi.

Abruzzo starred in the longest single shot movie in American film history,[citation needed] Somebody Marry Me, written and directed by John Asher.

He is a supporter of SENS Research Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to researching and treating the causes of aging.[2]

Film

Television

References

  1. ^ "Ray Abruzzo  : Bret Adams, LTD - Artists' Agency". www.bretadamsltd.net.
  2. ^ "Celebrity Reimagine Aging Campaign". 24 July 2013.

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