Perry Laurentino was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and spent his childhood years in the Bronx, later moving to Scarsdale, NY where his family still resides.
Perry attended the University of San Francisco, later transferring to the University of Southern California where he majored at the prestigious School of Journalism. He also minored in Film Study and his movie reviews were published by both university newspapers.

Perry’s whet his appetite for radio at the tender age of 16 when he worked as an intern and read live promos for WFAS 1230AM in Westchester, NY. Perry also lent his voicing talents to the VCR game, “Title-Shot Wrestling.”
Perry is a third generation restaurateur. In New York, his family owned upscale establishments in Manhattan, the Bronx, and Westchester. Locally, he was the proprietor of Grazio, an Italian Trattoria in Alpharetta. He left the family business to pursue his true passion: sports.

He is a resident of suburban Atlanta and the 4 loves of his life are his wife Julie, his two sons, Brooks & Trent and the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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