Ron Livingston was born on June 5, 1967, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. His father is an aerospace engineer and his mother is a Lutheran minister. His younger brother, John Livingston, is also an actor. His sister, Jennifer Livingston, is a TV news personality at CBS/WKBT in La Crosse, Wisconsin. His youngest brother, Nick Livingston, is a student.
Livingston graduated from Marion High School, then attended Yale University with Paul Giamatti and Edward Norton. It was at Yale University that he earned his B.A. degree in Theatre Studies and English Literature. He began his acting career while still an undergraduate, getting his stage credits with the Williamson Theatre Festival and Manhattan Class Company. In 1989, after graduating from Yale, Livingston moved to Chicago, where he acted in a number of stage productions, including shows at the Goodman Theatre and other venues. His film debut was in Dolly Parton's Straight Talk (1992). He accelerated his film career by moving to Los Angeles in 1993, gaining attention as one of the buddies in the popular hit Swingers (1996). His acting credits include the cult hit Office Space (1999), in which he starred opposite Jennifer Aniston, the mini-series "Band of Brothers" (2001), where he co-starred with Damian Lewis, eight episodes of "Sex and the City" (1998) (2002-2003), where he starred opposite Sarah Jessica Parker, and the Oscar-winning Adaptation. (2002), among his other works. He was nominated for a Golden Globe in 2002 for his performance in "Band of Brothers" (2001). He also appears as Sebastian Charles in the episode "TB or not TB" (2005) of Fox's popular series "House M.D." (2004).
In 2006 Livingston became a new spokesman for Sprint Nextel telecommunications company in their new "Power Up" campaign. He is starring as Matt Flannery, the FBI senior negotiator, in the FOX's popular television series "Standoff" (2006), since the series opened in September 2006. Ron Livingston is currently residing in Los Angeles, California.
|Rosemarie DeWitt||(2 November 2009 - present)|
Is a native of Marion, Iowa, USA. Graduated from Marion High School.
Engaged to actress Lisa Sheridan .
Mother is a Lutheran minister, father is an aerospace engineer.
Got his start in Chicago where one of the theaters he performed, was at the Goodman Theatre.
His feature film debut was Straight Talk (1992).
Brother-in-law of Jenni Blong.
(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."
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