Who Is Kurt Livingston? Father Of Ron Livingston

by Pragya Thu Jan 25 2024 Updated On Fri Jan 26 2024

Kurt Livingston is the father of American actor Ron Livingston. He’s married to Linda Livingston

They share four kids, three sons and a daughter. Kurt was an Aerospace engineer. 

He is an American citizen by his nationality. 

About Kurt’s Son Ron 

Ron is a professional actor. He is well known for his role play as Peter Gibbons in the 1999 movie Office Space.

In 2022, he appeared in the movie The Feather Weight as Bob. He was born in 1967 and has his birthday on June 5.

He has two brothers named John and Nick and a sister named Jennifer. He is an American citizen by his nationality. 

Married Life Of Ron 

Ron is currently married to his spouse, Rosemarie Dewitt. He met his now wife in 2006 on the set of series Standoff.

They immediately fell in love and started dating. They tied the knot in 2009, and since then, they have been living a happy life.

They share two adopted daughters, Gracie James and Esperanza Mae.

Before his marriage to Rosemarie, he was engaged to Liza Sheridan. They dated in 2000 after meeting each other on a movie set. 

They got engaged just a year after dating, and two years later, they ended their relationship.

Ron Livingston and his wife.
Ron Livingston and his wife. Source: Pinterest

Age And Net Worth

Ron is 56 years old. He has a net worth of $5 Million. His source of income is acting. 

Ron Enjoyed Having His Kids On Set 

Ron is a father to two beautiful daughters. He has been in an acting career for a long time and has done many movies and series. 

In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, he opened up about taking his kids on the shooting. 

His daughter recognizes him on TV, and as they have been on sets, they have seen him filming, so they know mainly about the acting process and his work. 

While shooting Swingers, he took his daughters with him and had a great time having them around. 

Before, when he had to leave his children in the house for shooting, he had to fly home on the weekends so that he could meet them. 

It was nice to meet them on weekends, but having them on the set made things more accessible and fun for him.

Ron Did Two Shows Together

Ron played in two different shows at once back in 2018. He simultaneously played the character of Sam Loudermilk in the series Loudermilk and Jonathan Dixon in the series A Million Little Things

He shared his experience doing the two shows simultaneously and said he enjoyed playing both characters. 

Both characters were different than one another as Sam was an alcoholic, sick person, whereas Jonathan was a normal descent guy. 

He was doing Loudermilk from Sunday to Friday and A Million Things on the weekend. 

Despite so many differences in the characters, he managed to nail both. 

He was going back and forth on two different sets and had great fun working on two projects simultaneously.

Ron Had The Strangest Audition   

Ron came to LA for a successful acting career in the entertainment industry. 

When he came to LA, he did his first audition for Real World. It was the first-ever MTV reality show, and Ron had no idea what it was about and what he had to do. 

So, he prepared whole Shakespeare monologues to perform in the audition but had an extraordinary encounter when he got there. 

Everyone was sitting on the floor, and when he got there, he was also asked to sit there and talk about anything he wanted.

It was like the show cast was looking for people who could talk loudly, and he felt weird about that. 

He was new at that time and was utterly shocked by what happened during his first audition, and to this date, he couldn’t figure out what the Real Show was about. 

Ron Stayed In The Character In Real Life

In 2016, Ron played the legendary singer Elvis Presley in the movie Shangri-la Suite. 

Elvis was a prominent icon in his time, and when Ron got to play the character, he was terrified. 

He didn’t have a single thing like Elvis, so copying and bringing the character to life was very hard. 

He didn’t want anything wrong, so he did his best. He stayed in the character, practiced the voice and everything in his real life too, and prepared himself to give justice to the big name he was portraying.

Also, he feared that if he stopped being Elvis, he would get scared and quit playing the role.

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