His favorite Disney movie is The Jungle Book.
According to Larry, he'd love to be on "Whose Line Is It Anyway?".
Larry, and his family, love Disneyland and go there regularly.
Larry was one of the founders of The Tasty Face Theatre Company.
He supports the Detroit Tigers and the Detroit Lions.
Larry is the youngest adult cast member on According To Jim.
He joined The 313, a comedy troupe with many members from The Second City.
He intended to study sports medicine in college, but instead chose acting.
He was an active member of The Second City, an improv comedy group.
He starred in a PSA (Public Service Announcement) for the V-chip as Andy, his character from According To Jim.
He starred in and wrote, Terry vs. the Towel Lady, a one-man show.
He received a Master Of Arts in theatre while attending Wayne State University.
The birth of his twins was featured live on "A Baby Story", a TLC reality show.
He has four children named Gaby, Nate, Maddy, and Max.
His wife's name is Peggy. And she teaches at the Rolling Hills Country Day School, in California.
Larry acted as an intern at the Boarshead theater in Michigan.
In 1992, Larry graduated from Central Michigan University. While there, he received a Bachelor's of Applied Arts in theatre.
In 2004, Larry appeared in a TV commercial for Ball Park Franks.
Larry is 5' 7½".
Larry: If you're going to live by a [Disney] movie, you could pick almost any one of them and you'd be raised to be a very good person in the world, I think.
Larry: (when asked if he thinks family sitcoms are important) I do. I also hope that I can relate to them. That yeah, they're fun, they're wholesome, they're good to watch.