|Celebrated Name:||Steve Schirripa|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Steven Ralph Schirripa|
|Age:||62 years old|
|Birth Date:||3 September 1957|
|Birth Place:||New York City, New York, U.S.|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Laura Lemos (m. 1989)|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||Yes (Bria and Ciara)|
|Is Steve Schirripa Gay?:||No|
|Net Worth in 2020:||$8 million|
|Last Updated:||August 2020|
Steve Schirripa is an American television and film actor and also known for roles in the television series, The Sopranos and The Secret Life of the American Teenager. He starred in The Sopranos alongside actor, James Gandolfini. He became interested in acting after earning an extra role in the film Casino.
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Early Life & Biography
Steve was born on 3 September 1957. He is the son of Ralph Schirripa who is an Italian American and his mother, Lorraine Schirripa of Jewish descent. Steve holds an American nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity (American- Italian-Jewish). Not many details is available about the actor’s academic life and achievements.
Steve Schirripa is a married man. He married his wife, Laura Lemos. The couple married on 22 April 1989. From their relationship, the duo welcomed two kids, both daughters Bria and Ciara.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 3 September 1957, Steve Schirripa is 62 years old as of today’s date 8th August 2020. His height is 1.82m tall, and his weight is 78 kg.
From 1998 his acting career started to blossom. He appeared in two movies that year; ‘Denial’ and ‘Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas;’ a television series for a medical drama called ‘Chicago Hope’ and a documentary called ‘Welcome to Hollywood.’ He has appeared in a cameo role in the last-mentioned project.
In 1999, at the very same time as working as the Riviera Hotel’s entertainment director, he appeared in eight projects, six of which were movies, and two were TV series. Although none of these roles left any lasting impression, simply because he had enjoyed it, he continued to act.
He is a regular cast member on the ABC Family’s The Secret Life of the American Teenager. He is also the character Roberto ‘s voice in the film franchise of Open Season. He has appeared for Dicks Sporting Goods as well as Lamisil in TV commercials. Schirripa started out as director of entertainment at the Rivera Hotel in Las Vegas.
Author Charles Fleming co-wrote a series of Schirripa-themed “Goomba” books, including A Goomba’s Guide to Life, The Goomba ‘s Book of Love, and The Goomba Diet. He is Nothing Personal’s host and narrator, a true-crime television series, and it airs on both U.S. investigation discovery and British history. He has appeared in several films in 2001, including Joe Dirt, Casino 1995, and Kill the Irishman 2011.
Awards & Achievements
Steve Schirripa won the Best Supporting Actor Award (category of the short film) in 2004 for his appearance at the New York Independent Film Festival in ‘What Are the Odds.’ In 2008, he was co-winner of the Screen Actors Guild Award for his role in ‘The Sopranos’ in the Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series category.
Net Worth & Salary of Steve Schirripa in 2020
As of August 2020, Steve Schirripa is believed to have an estimated net worth of $8 million. He gathered such great wealth from the various big projects he had participated in. He is an American actor, voice artist, producer, and comedian who has become famous among the people. The net worth includes all the possessions and earnings.
Steve Schirripa, who has worked on over 70 projects, is an American actor, director, author, and voice artist. With his role on ABC Family teen drama show, The American Teenager’s Secret Life, he came to the forefront of television. He is best known for his works in Las Vegas and Jersey Boys, The Sopranos, Fear, and Loathing. He received the 2004 New York International Independent Film & Video Festival Short Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for What Are the Odds. So the young artists are all looking up to him and aspiring to be as great as him.