Then + Now: Ron Livingston from ‘Office Space’
You know and love him as adorable slacker Peter Gibbons from the ’90s comedy ‘Office Space,’ but what’s Ron Livingston been up to since then?
Ron Livingston had a couple of small roles in films like ‘Swingers’ and ‘Campfire Tales’ before hitting it out of the park with ‘Office Space,’ the flick that really put him on the map. In it, he plays a disaffected corporate employee who gets a more laid-back outlook on life after a strange hypno-therapy session — and decides to try and embezzle money from his company.
Livingston went on to win roles in the television series ‘Band of Brothers’ and ‘The Practice,’ and a memorable stint on ‘Sex and the City’ as the guy who broke up with Carrie via Post-It note. You may have also seen him in recent films such as ‘Going the Distance’ and ‘The Odd Life of Timothy Green.’ Up next for Livingston is this summer’s ‘The Conjuring,’ a horror film sure to be terrifying.
In his personal life, Livingston is married to fellow thespian Rosemarie DeWitt of ‘Your Sister’s Sister’ and ‘United States of Tara.’