Ron Perlman

Birth Name: Ronald N. Perlman

Place of Birth: Washington Heights, Manhattan, New York City, New York, U.S.

Date of Birth: April 13, 1950

Ethnicity: Ashkenazi Jewish

Ron Perlman is an American actor, director, and animator. His parents were/are both Jewish. Ron had a Bar Mitzvah ceremony.

Ron is married to Opal Stone, with whom he has two children.

Ron’s paternal grandfather was Julius Lipman Perlman (the son of Jacob Perlman and Bertha Stein). Julius was a Hungarian Jewish immigrant.

Ron’s paternal grandmother was Rebecca “Reba” Nussbaum (the daughter of Moses/Morris Nussbaum and Lena Grossmann). Rebecca was born in New York. Moses was born in New York, to German Jewish parents, Solomon Nussbaum and Elizabeth Bertha Rosenblatt. Lena was a Hungarian Jewish immigrant.

Ron’s maternal grandparents were Jack Rosen and Rosie. Jack and Rosie were Polish Jewish immigrants.

Sources: http://www.screened.com

Genealogy of Ron’s father (focusing on his own mother’s side) – https://www.geni.com

Ron’s father on the 1930 U.S. Census – https://familysearch.org

Ron’s paternal grandmother, Rebecca Nussbaum, on the 1900 U.S. Census – https://familysearch.org

Ron’s mother on the 1930 U.S. Census – https://familysearch.org

Photo by PR Photos

9 Responses

  1. Ardor says:

    He’s really white (he’s like I on the skin scale).

  2. ectag says:

    Looks Neanderthal. Looks like he has growth hormone issues.

  3. Freerk says:

    He’s not ugly. Thats’s what one calls “charakter face”. And it’s always fun see him acting.

    • ectag says:

      I think you mean a face with “character”.

      That’s something people tell ugly kids to make them feel better (e.g. “your nose isn’t too big; it gives you character!” (translation: Holy phook your nose is buge)).

      • Freerk says:

        You needed to translate it? :D

        His face is as individual as his personality. That means “character”. I’m no friend of plastic surgery mainstream faces who all look the same.

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