Ray Abruzzo – Biography of Ray Abruzzo

Ray Abruzzo was born in 1954 in Queens, New York, United States.

Of Italian descent, he is a prominent actor rather for his television appearances.

During his career, he had regular appearances on series such as “Dynasty”, Where he played the Sergeant John Zorrelli, “The Practice”, Where he gave life to Detective Michael McGuire and in the multi-award winning “The Sopranos”, In which his character was that of “Little” Carmine Lupertazzi.

His other television credits include “Falcon Crest“,”Murder She Wrote“,”LA Law“,”Night court“,”NYPD Blue“,”Lois and clark“,”Law & Order“,”Boston Legal“,”Shark“,”The Nanny” Y “CSI: NY”.

He participated in the films for television “Her last chance” Y “Murder 101: If Wishes Were Horses“, And on the big screen he was seen in”Scriptfellas“, next to Paul sorvino Y Jonathan Brent, on “House of Sand and Fog“, with Jennifer Connely Y Ben kingsley.

More recently he was seen in the theater, in the play “Mauritius” from Theresa Rebeck, at the Pasadena Playhouse.