Bobby Cannavale, who stars as a controlling boss on Amazon’s Homecoming, surprises Us with some fun facts about himself. Read on to learn 25 things about the actor.
1. I eat a bowl of cereal pretty much every night before going to sleep.
2. I was raised primarily by my Cuban mother.
3. I hosted an overnight shift on an all-motivational radio station in 1990.
4. I attended the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute for three months, but I left after discovering my teacher, who constantly gave me a hard time, was trying to steal my girlfriend.
5. I watched the Super Bowl last year with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band in a hotel room in Sydney.
6. I’m a morning person. I love a 6:30 a.m. wake-up.
7. I have three sons: Jake, 23, [with ex Jenny Lumet, 51], and Rocco, 2, and Rafael, 11 months, [with wife Rose Byrne, 39]. Rocco is currently my favorite.
8. I love to read books aloud to my children.
9. I read all seven Harry Potter books aloud to Jake — who used to be my favorite.
10. I’m a die-hard New York Yankees, Jets and Knicks fan.
11. I hate to dress up.
12. I’ve never had a pet.
13. I don’t want a pet.
14. I love sitting in my car for an hour and a half on alternate-side street parking days.
15. I’ve played in a weekly poker game with the same group of guys in Hell’s Kitchen [NYC] for 20 years.
16. I went to high school with and acted in every play with Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Joe Lo Truglio.
17. I got singled out by Jay Leno on his show in 1987 when Joe and I heckled him from our front-row seats. Pretty sure it was the first time we smoked pot.
18. I used to audition as Sergeant Barnes from [1986’s] Platoon: “Y’all know about killing?”
19. Before fully supporting myself as an actor, I worked as an audition reader. I got three parts that way.
20. I got to sing and dance with the late, great Jim Gandolfini in what might be my favorite movie I’m in, [2007’s] Romance & Cigarettes.
21. I worked at a nightclub in the early ’90s with shoe designer Brian Atwood.
22. I’d easily eat pizza every day of my life if I didn’t care (a little) about my weight.
23. I won my high school talent show singing an original composition called “Please Come Back to Me,” which I wrote for my ex-girlfriend, Marcy Landreth. She didn’t come back to me.
24. I also won the next year singing OMD’s “If You Leave” with my two-man band Hu-Man Style. (We were awesome.)
25. I’m fearless about acting in front of thousands, but terrified about dancing in front of one.
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