Lou Romano Biography, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth, Movies


Lou Romano Biography

Lou Romano is an American animation production designer, producer, actor, and voice actor, who use to be a Pixar design artist. He has worked on Monsters, Inc. and The Incredibles. In addition, Romano has performed the voices for Bernie Kropp in The Incredibles, Snot Rod in Cars, and Alfredo Linguini in Ratatouille.

In 2009, Romano left Pixar to go to LAIKA. However, he reprised his role of Linguini for the 2012 video game Kinect Rush: A Disney/Pixar Adventure.

Lou Romano Age

Romano was born on April 15, 1972, in San Diego, California, United States. He is 47 years old as of 2019. Romano is an American by nationality and he belongs to white ethnicity.

Lou Romano Height

The American animator and voice actor stands at a height of 5′ 10″ (1.78 m)

Lou Romano Family

We have no details regarding his early life, parents, and siblings.

Lou Romano Wife

Romano is a married man. He resides in San Francisco Bay Area, California with his wife. We have no details of whether they have children or no as Romano has kept his private life out of the media.

Lou Romano Education

Romano had an interest in drawing and painting at an early age and he studied theater arts, performing in plays throughout junior high and high school. He studied acting at the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA). After graduating in 1990 he studied animation at the California Institute of the Arts. He then completed workshops at The Groundlings in L.A. He later went on to work as an art director and designer for animated projects, such as The Powerpuff Girls and The Iron Giant.

Lou Romano Career

 Romano work as an art director and designer for animated projects, such as The Powerpuff Girls and The Iron Giant.

In 2000, Romano joined Pixar as the production designer of The Incredibles, for which he won an Annie Award in 2005. His artwork has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art and the Gallery at The Metropolitan Opera in New York City and has been published on the cover of The New Yorker.

He won an Annie Award in 2005 for his work as production designer for The Incredibles. As of 2009, Romano left Pixar to work at Laika in Portland, Oregon.

Lou Romano Net Worth

Lou Romano‘s source of wealth comes from being a voice actor. Online estimates of Lou Romano’s net worth vary. While it’s relatively simple to predict his income, it’s harder to know how much Lou has spent over the years.

Lou Romano Incredibles

Romano was the production designer of The Incredibles, for which he won an Annie Award in 2005.
The Incredibles is a 2004 American computer-animated superhero film written and directed by Brad Bird, produced by Pixar Animation Studios, released by Walt Disney Pictures, and starring the voices of Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Vowell, Spencer FoxJason LeeSamuel L. Jackson, and Elizabeth Peña. Set in an alternate version of the 1960s, the film follows the Parrs, a family of superheroes who hide their powers in accordance with a government mandate and attempt to live a quiet suburban life. Mr. Incredible’s desire to help people draws the entire family into a confrontation with a vengeful fan-turned-foe and his killer robot.

Lou Romano Movies

Filmography

Samurai Jack (2017) – Layout Keys

Kubo and the Two Strings (2016) – Concept Artist

The Little Prince (2016) – Production Designer

The Boxtrolls (2014) – Additional Character Designer

Paperman (2012) – Visual Development Artist

ParaNorman (2012) – Thanks

Kinect Rush: A Disney-Pixar Adventure (2012) – voice of Alfredo Linguini

Up (2009) – Art Director: Lighting

Your Friend the Rat (2007) – voice of Alfredo Linguini

Ratatouille (2007) – voice of Alfredo Linguini

Wilbur (2007-2008) – Ramoni, Ray (singing)

Cars (2006) – voice of Snot Rod

Jack-Jack Attack (2005) – Art Director: Lighting

The Incredibles (2004) – Production Designer, voice of Bernie Kropp

Boys Night Out (2003) – Voice

Monkeybone (2001) – Cop/Psycharist

Monsters, Inc. (2001) – Visual Development

The Trouble with Lou (2001) – Lou/Ciro Romano

Herd (1999) – Bible Boy #1

The Iron Giant (1999) – Visual Development

The Powerpuff Girls (1998) – Background Color Designer, Storyboard Artist

Cats Don’t Dance (1997) – Effects Assistant

Dexter’s Laboratory (1996) – Storyboard Artist

The Pagemaster (1994) – Effects Assistant

Whoopass Stew! (1992) – Amoeba Boys