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The American television and film actor Ronald N. "Ron" Perlman is born on the 13th of April 1950. Perlman was born in Washington Heights, New York belonging to a Jewish family. As a young kid he was terribly overweight the reason that made him plays these sorts of deformed...Read more people. He married "Opal Perlman" since February 14, 1981.They have a daughter called "Blake Amanda" and a son called "Brandon Avery". Perlman started his career through "Quest for Fire" (1981) leading to his breakthrough role as "Vincent" in series "Beauty and the Beast,". His most notable film appearances include: "The Ice Pirates" (1984), "The Name of the Rose" (1986), "Sleepwalkers" (1992), "Cronos" (1993), "Romeo Is Bleeding" (1993) "Police Academy: Mission to Moscow" (1994) and "The Last Supper"(1995). On the other hand, he participated in a number of TV series including: "Our Family Honor" (1985), "Arly Hanks" (1993) and A Town Has Turned to Dust" (1998).


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  • The American television and film actor Ronald N. "Ron" Perlman is born on the 13th of April 1950. Perlman was born in Washington Heights, New York belonging to a Jewish family. As...Read more a young kid he was terribly overweight the reason that made him plays these sorts of deformed people. He married "Opal Perlman" since February 14, 1981.They have a daughter called "Blake Amanda" and a son called "Brandon Avery". Perlman started his career through "Quest for Fire" (1981) leading to his breakthrough role as "Vincent" in series "Beauty and the Beast,". His most notable film appearances include: "The Ice Pirates" (1984), "The Name of the Rose" (1986), "Sleepwalkers" (1992), "Cronos" (1993), "Romeo Is Bleeding" (1993) "Police Academy: Mission to Moscow" (1994) and "The Last Supper"(1995). On the other hand, he participated in a number of TV series including: "Our Family Honor" (1985), "Arly Hanks" (1993) and A Town Has Turned to Dust" (1998).

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