Ron Perlman


Ron Perlman Biography

Ron Perlman is an American TV, Film, Stage, and Voice Actor. Ronald Perlman was born on April 13, 1950. Famous for his appearance in Hellboy (2004), Hellboy and Hellboy II's sequel: The Golden Army (2008). He has appeared in the roles of AmouKar in Search for Fire (1981), Salvatore in The Name of the Rose (1986), Vincent in the Beauty and the Beast TV show (1987–1990), and has won the Golden Globe Award, One in The City of Lost Children (1995), Johner in Alien: Armageddon (1997), Clay Morrow in the TV series Sons of Anarchy (2008–2013) and Nino in Drive (2011). In the Toro films Cronos (1993), Blade II (2002), and Pacific Rim (2013), Perlman is often referred to as Hellboy's associate, producer Guillermo del Toro. In addition, he is renowned for being a narrator of the post-apocalyptic game series Fallout (1997–present), Clayface in the Animated Universe in DC, Slade in the Teen Titans animated series (2003–2006), The Stabbington Brothers in Tangled, (2010), The Lich in Adventure Time (2011–2017) and Xibalba in The book of life (2014).

Ron Perlman Biography

Ron Perlman Bio & Wiki, Age, kids, Children, Son, Nationality

Celebrated NameRon Perlman
Age70 Years
Nick NameRon
Birth NameRonald Perlman
Birth Date1950-04-13
ProfessionTV Actor
Net Worth$15 Million
WifeOpal Stone (M. 1981: Div. 2020)
Place Of BirthWashington Heights, New York, U.S.
Height6 feet 1 inch
Eye ColorBlue
Hair ColorGrey
High SchoolGеоrgе Wаѕhіngtоn Ніgh Ѕсhооl
Best Known ForBeauty and the Beast, The Magnificent Seven, and Hell
Marital StatusMarried But Divorced
EducationCity University of New York, Lehman (BA) University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (MFA)
FatherBertram Perlman
MotherDorothy Perlman
Sexual OrientationStraight
Weight83 Kg
Shoe Size13 (US)
SalaryUnder Review
Source of WealthEntertainment Industry

Ron Perlman Career

  • TV Actor
  • Film Actor
  • Stage Actor
  • Voice Actor

Ron Perlman Education & Early Years

  • Perlman attended and graduated at George Washington High School in New York City. He was a graduate in acting at the University of Minnesota from the fall of 1971 to the spring of 1973. On July 20, 1973, he graduated with a new Master of Fine Arts degree.
  • He attended Lehman College in New York City where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theater.

Ron Perlman Height, Weight & Body Measurements, Eye Color, Zodiac

Ron Perlman is well-known as an Actor. He is 6 feet & 1 inches tall. His weight is 83 Kg. His body measurements are not still confirmed yet. We will update you as soon as possible. His zodiac is Aries.

Height & Weight 
Height (Approx.)6 feet 1 inches
Weight (Approx.)83 kg
Body Measurement  Unknown 
Physical Stats 
Eye ColorBlue
Hair ColorGrey
Shoe Size13 (US)
Ron Perlman Height, Weight & Body Measurements

Ron Perlman Filmography & All Movies list

1981Quest for FireAmoukar
1984The Ice PiratesZeno
1986The Name of the RoseSalvatore
1992SleepwalkersCaptain Soames
Romeo Is Bleeding
When the Bough Breaks
The Adventures of Huck Finn
Angel De La Guardia
Jack's attorney
Dr. Douglas Eben
Pap Finn
1994Double Exposure
Police Academy: Mission to Moscow
John McClure
Konstantine Konali
Detective Pantella
1995The City of Lost Children
The Last Supper
Norman Arbuthnot
1996The Island of Dr. MoreauSayer of the Law
1997Prince Valiant
Alien Resurrection
The Protector
Dr. Ramsey Krago
1998I Woke Up Early the Day I Died
Frogs for Snakes
An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island
Cemetery Caretaker
Mr. Grasping (voice)
1999Happy, Texas
Primal Force
Marshal Nalhober
Frank Brodie
2000The Trial of Old Drum
Titan A.E.
Operation Sandman
The King's Guard
Price of Glory
Bread and Roses
Charles Burden Sr.
Sam Tucker (voice)
Dr. Harlan Jessup
Lord Morton
Nick Everson
Enemy at the Gates
2002Blade II
Night Class
Crime and Punishment
Star Trek: Nemesis
L'Chayim, Comrade Stalin!
Dieter Reinhardt
Reman Viceroy
Christopher 'St. Joy' Bellows
Narrator (voice)
2003Boys on the Run
Hoodlum & Son
Two Soldiers
Looney Tunes: Back in Action
Dr. William Winslow
'Ugly' Jim McCrae
Colonel McKellog
Acme VP of Never Learning
2004Comic Book: The Movie
Quiet Kill
Detective Sergeant Perry
2005The Second Front
Missing in America
Tarzan II
General von Binding
Kago (voice)
2006Local Color
How to Go Out on a Date in Queens
The Last Winter
Five Girls
Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy!
Hellboy: Sword of Storms
Curtis Sunday
Ed Pollack
Father Drake
Captain Skunkbeard / Biff Wellington (voice)
Hellboy (voice)
2007In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale
Hellboy: Blood and Iron
Battle for Terra
Hellboy (voice)
Elder Vorin (voice)
2008The Spiderwick Chronicles
Uncross the Stars
Hellboy II: The Golden Army
Spirit of the Forest
Mutant Chronicles
Redcap (voice)
Bobby Walden
Oak (voice)
Brother Samuel
2009The Devil's Tomb
Dark Country
I Sell The Dead
The Job
Deputy Thompson
Father Duffy
2010Killer by Nature
Acts of Violence
The Legend of Secret Pass
Season of the Witch
Dr. Julian
Priest Bill
The Stabbington Brothers (Voice)
Parker (voice)
2011The Littlest Angel
Conan the Barbarian
God (voice)
Louie the Jaw
2012The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption
Bad Ass
The Punisher: Dirty Laundry
3,2,1… Frankie Go Boom
The Savoy King: Chick Webb & the Music That Changed America
Mayor Williams
Big Mike
Gene Krupa (voice)
2013Pacific Rim
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters
Hannibal Chau
Slade Wilson / Deathstroke (voice)
Polyphemus (voice)
2014The Virginian
Tbilisi, I Love You
13 Sins
Before I Disappear
Kid Cannabis
The Book of Life
Skin Trade
Poker Night
Judge Henry
American motorcyclist
Barry Lerner
Xibalba (voice)
Viktor Dragovic
Ed Murphy
All I See Is You
Howard Lovecraft and the Frozen Kingdom
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Al Braverman
Shoggoth (voice)
Gnarlack (motion capture)
2017All Nighter
Sergio and Sergei
Howard Lovecraft and the Undersea Kingdom
Shoggoth (voice)
Sheriff Jack
2018To Dust
The Escape of Prisoner 614
The Steam Engines of Oz
The Sheriff
Magnus (voice)
2019The Great War
Run with the Hunted
Go Fish
Hell on the Border
General Pershing
Bernardo (voice)
Charlie Storm
2020Havana Kyrie
The Big Ugly
Mr. Wiley
2021Monster Hunter
Nightmare Alley

Ron Perlman Acting Career

  • Talking about his career journey, Ron Perlman began his career as an actor in the theatre, working in various theatres, including Knickerbocker Theater, Brooks Atkinson Theater, Lincoln Center, and Square Theater Circle.
  • He began his career in the film industry with Amoukar's critically acclaimed role in the 1981 film Quest for Fire made by Jean-Jacques Annaud. For his excellent performance, he received a nomination for the Genie Award for Best Performance by a Foreign Actor. Over the next few years, though, he struggled to find any successful job, with only small or guest appearances coming his way.
  • He was offered the part of Vincent in the CBS fantasy series Beauty and the Beast, as he was considering leaving his line of work. He played the main role of Linda Hamilton's legendary, heroic beast-man who embodied the beauty.
  • He was part of the show between 1987 and 1990, for 55 episodes. He has been nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series at the Primetime Emmy Awards, and for Best Actor in a Quality Drama Series at the Q Awards. In 1989 he received the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor-Tv Series Drama and in 1988-89 he received the Q Award for Best Actor in a Performance Drama Series. It has become the turning point of his show business fortunes.
  • He was offered numerous roles in movies such as The Name of the Rose, Romeo is Bleeding, Dr. Moreau's Island, Alien Resurrection, and Enemy at the Gates over the next two decades. In 2002 he starred opposite Wesley Snipes in the second part of American superhero film Blade. He was given a part the same year in the science fiction movie Star Trek: Nemesis.
  • In 2004, when he was offered the title character of the film adaptation of the Hellboy comic book, He made a name for himself in the superhero genre. He starred in many direct-to-DVD movies before making his debut as Ed Pollack in the 2006 thriller film The Last Winter. The following year he won a Gotham Award for Best Ensemble Cast nomination for his role in the movie. In the sequel, Hellboy II: The Golden Army of the first superhero film in 2008, he returned as Hellboy and won two nominations in the Best Fantasy Actor and Best Superhero categories at the Scream Awards.
  • He starred in dozens of movies over the next decade, including Dark Land, Season of the Witch alongside Nicolas Cage, Conan the Barbar along with Jason Momoa, Pacific Rim, Moonwalkers, and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
  • He became a popular actor in the television industry following his successful stint in the Beauty and the Beast show. He appeared in 1993 in Bonkers, in 1996 in Phantom 2040, and in 1996 in Mortal Kombat: Realm's Defenders. He played Josiah Sanchez's role in the 1998 to 2000 western TV series The Magnificent Seven.
  • He was part of two successful animated shows as a voice artist between 2003 and 2007: Teen Titans, and Danny Phantom. He played Clay Morrow's role in the 2008 to 2013 crime drama television series Sons of Anarchy. He was the protagonist of 1000 Ways to Die and was playing Judge Pernell Harris in the Hand of God web show.
  • StartUp (2017-18), The Steam Engines of Oz (2018), The Great War (2019), Go Fish (2019), Reprisal (2019), and Final Space (2018-Present) are other notable movies and TV series.
  • His upcoming films are Monster Hunter, Pinocchio, and Nightmare Alley that are in a post-production stage.
Ron Perlman and her former wife Opal Perlman.

Ron Perlman TV Shows & Series

1979Ryan's HopeDr. Bernie Marx2 episodes
1985The Fall GuyThugEpisode: “Split Image”
1985Our Family HonorBauschEpisode: “Pilot”, “Split Image”
1985MacGruder and LoudAttorneyEpisode: “The Very Scary Man”
1986The InsidersEpisode: “Den of Thieves”
1986Miami ViceJohn RugerEpisode: “Walk-Alone”
1987–1990Beauty and the BeastVincent55 episodes
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama (1989)
Q Award for Best Actor in a Quality Drama Series (1988–1989)
Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series (1988–1989)
Nominated—Q Award for Best Actor in a Quality Drama Series (1990)
1988A Stoning in Fulham CountyJacob ShulerTelevision film
1992Blind Man's BluffFrank CerrilloTelevision film
1992–1993Batman: The Animated Clayface (voices)4 episodes
1993The UntouchablesSnakeEpisode: “Railroaded”
1993BonkersSergeant Francis Q. Grating (voice)17 episodes
1993AnimaniacsSatan / Sgt. Sweete (voices)2 episodes
1993Arly HanksJim-Bob BuchananTelevision film
1994The Cisco KidLt. Col. DelacroixTelevision film
1994AladdinArbutus / General Gouda (voice)3 episodes
1994Mighty MaxGoar (voice)Episode: “Tar Wars”
1994The Little MermaidApollo (voice)Episode: “Heroes”
1995Tiny Toon AdventuresMr. Scratch (voice)Episode: “Night Ghoulery”
1995Fantastic FourWizard / Hulk (voices)2 episodes
1996Iron ManDr. Bruce Banner / The Hulk (voice)Episode – 24: “Hulk Buster”
1995Original SinsChas BradleyTelevision film
1995Mr. StitchDoctor Frederick TexarianTelevision film
1995The Adventures of Captain Zoom in Outer SpaceLord Vox of VestronTelevision film
1996Phantom 2040Graft (voice)22 episodes
1996Wing Commander AcademyDaimon Karnes (voice)2 episodes
1996DuckmanRoland Thompson (voice)Episode: “They Craved Duckman's Brain!”
1996Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the RealmKurtis Stryker / Scorpion (voice)13 episodes
1996–1998Hey Arnold!Mickey Kaline (voice)2 episodes
1996Highlander: The SeriesThe MessengerEpisode: “The Messenger”
1997Tracey Takes On…StuartEpisode: “Secrets”
1997Perversions of Science40132Episode: “The Exile”
1997The Second Civil WarAlan ManieskiTelevision film
1997–1999Superman: The Animated SeriesJax-Ur (voice)3 episodes
1997–1998The New Batman AdventuresClayface (voice)4 episodes
1998–2000The Magnificent SevenJosiah Sanchez22 episodes
1998GodzillaLeviathan Alien/Ship Captain (voice)Episode: “Leviathan”
1998The Outer LimitsLt. Col. Brandon GraceEpisode: “Black Box”
1998A Town Has Turned to DustJerry PaulTelevision film
1998HoudiniBooking AgentTelevision film
1999Family LawRoyEpisode: “The List”
1999Men in Black: The SeriesDrekk / Javkor (voice)Episode: “The Puppy Love Syndrome”
1999Supreme SanctionThe DirectorTelevision film
1999Primal ForceFrank BrodieTelevision film
2000The Wild ThornberrysWild Horse (voice)Episode: “Horse Sense”
2000Jackie Chan AdventuresKarl (voice)Episode: “Shell Game”
2000Buzz Lightyear of Star CommandLeader (voice)Episode: “Haunted Moon”
2000Operation SandmanDr. Harlan JessupTelevision film
2000The Trial of Old DrumCharles Burden Sr.Television film
2001CharmedMr KellemanEpisode: “Wrestling with Demons”
2001The Legend of TarzanColonel Nikolas Rokoff (voice)Episode: “Tarzan and the Lost Treasure”
2001The TickFiery BlazeEpisode: “Couples”
2003Static ShockHeavyman / Dr. Koenig (voice)Episode: “The Parent Trap”
2003Justice LeagueClayface / Orion (voices)4 episodes
2003–2006Teen TitansSlade (voice)17 episodes
2004–2007Danny PhantomVice Principal Lancer (voice)23 episodes
2005What's New, Scooby-Doo?Russian Inspector / Joe / Frozen Fiend (voices)Episode: “Diamonds Are a Ghouls Best Friend”
2005–2008The BatmanKiller Croc / Bane / Rumor (voices)4 episodes
2006Masters of HorrorDwayne BurcellEpisode: “Pro-Life”
2006DesperationCollie EntragianTelevision film
2006Justice League UnlimitedOrion / Lab Supervisor (voice)Episode: “Flash and Substance”
2007Afro SamuraiJustice (voice)English dub;
2 episodes
2007Kim PossibleWarhawk (voice)2 episodes
2007Avatar: The Last AirbenderFirelord Sozin, Additional voices (voice)Episode: “The Avatar and the Firelord”
2008–2013Sons of AnarchyClay Morrow75 episodes
2008–2010ChowderArbor / Man (voice)3 episodes
2009Star Wars: The Clone WarsGha Nachkt (voice)2 episodes
2009Robot ChickenTony Stark, Handy Ball (voices)Episode: “Tell My Mom”
2009–20121000 Ways to DieNarrator45 episodes
2010, 2014ArcherRamon Limon (voice)2 episodes
2010Batman: The Brave and the BoldDoctor Double X (voice)Episode: “A Bat Divided”
2011–2012, 2020American Dad!Monster Hunter / Colonel / Fang (voices)3 episodes
2011–2017Adventure TimeThe Lich (voices)10 episodes
2012DC Nation ShortsSlade / Alfred Pennyworth (voices)3 episodes
2013Green Lantern: The Animated SeriesSinestro (voice)Episode: “Prisoner of Sinestro”
2014–2017Hand of GodJudge Pernell Harris20 episodes; also executive producer
2015The BlacklistLuther Braxton2 episodes
2015SuperMansionBlazar (voice)2 episodes
2015–2016Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesArmaggon (voice)3 episodes
2016Turbo FASTDarryl (voice)Episode: “Keep on Truckin'”
2016MaronMel2 episodes
2016–2017Trollhunters: Tales of ArcadiaBular (voice)12 episodes
2017, 2019Tangled: The SeriesThe Stabbington Brothers (voices)3 episodes
2017–2018StartUpWes Chandler20 episodes
2018–presentFinal SpaceJohn Goodspeed (voice)6 episodes
2018Transformers: Power of the PrimesOptimus Primal (voice)7 episodes
2019Splitting Up TogetherBrockEpisode: “Welcome Home”
2019The CaptureFrank Napier6 episodes
2019ReprisalBig Graham3 episodes
2020Reno 911!DUI detaineeEpisode: “The Return of Diablo”

Video Games Voice Acting

YearTitleVoice role
1994The Adventures of Batman & RobinClayface
1995ChronomasterRene Korda
1997FalloutButch Harris, Narrator
1998Fallout 2Narrator
2001Icewind Dale: Heart of WinterWylfdene
2001Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of SteelNarrator
2003Batman: Rise of Sin TzuClayface, Matt Hagen
2003True Crime: Streets of LAMisha, Additional voices
2003Lords of EverQuestLord Skass
2004The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher BayJagger Valance
2004Halo 2Lord Hood
2005NarcCaptain Joe Kowalski
2005GunMayor Hoodoo Brown
2005The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate DestructionEmil
Blonsky / The Abomination
2005The OutfitTommy Mac
2006Teen TitansSlade
2006Justice League HeroesBruce
Wayne / Batman
2007Halo 3Lord Hood
2007ConanConan the Barbarian
2008Hellboy: The Science of EvilHellboy
2008Fallout 3Narrator
2009Afro SamuraiJustice
2009Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X 2Dagger
2010Fallout: New VegasNarrator
2010Tangled: The Video GameStabbington Brother
2013Payday 2Rust
2014Family Guy: The Quest for StuffHimself
2015Call of Duty: Black Ops IIIFloyd Campbell
2015Fallout 4Anchorman
2016Lego DimensionsGnarlack / The Lich
2018Fallout 76The Speaker
2020West of DeadWilliam Mason

Ron Perlman Stage Role

1975A Country ScandalVengerovichKnickerbocker Theatre
1975–1976Measure for MeasureLucioKnickerbocker Theatre
1976–1977The Architect and the Emperor of AssyriaThe EmperorNational & European tours
1979–1980Teibele and Her DemonBeadle TreitelBrooks Atkinson Theatre
1984La Tragedie de CarmenLincoln Center
1990–1991A Few Good MenLt. Col. Nathan JessepMusic Box Theatre
1996Bus StopDr. Gerald LymanCircle in the Square Theatre

Ron Perlman Books

2014Easy Street (the Hard Way): A Memoir

Ron Perlman Wife, Girlfriend

Perlman married Opal Stone in February 1981. She's a jewelry designer by profession. They've got a son named Brandon Avery Perlman and a daughter named Blake Amanda Perlman. His son performs electronic music under the name of Delroy Edwards. The couple parted in May 2019 and later filed for divorce. He's in a romantic relationship with Allison Dunbar right now. Allison is said to be the main reason for his divorce with Opal.

Ron Perlman Family, Parents, Siblings

  • Mother: Dorothy (Rosen), retired from the City Clerk's office.
  • Father: Bertram “Bert” Perlman was a repairman and a drummer.
  • His ancestors come from both Jewish communities (Hungary, Germany, and Poland).

Ron Perlman Net worth

Ron Perlman is a well-known and popular TV Personality. The main and primary source of his income comes from TV. Let’s check how rich Ron Perlman is in 2020?

Net Worth 2020$15 Million
Annual SalaryUnder Review.
Income SourcePrimary Income source TV Personality (profession)
Ron Perlman Net Worth

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