AKA Raymond Francis Magliozzi
Birthplace: Cambridge, MA
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Radio Personality
Nationality: United States
Executive summary: "Don't drive like my brother"
MIT-educated auto mechanic who, with his older brother Tom Magliozzi, co-hosted public radio's long-running auto repair show, Car Talk. Drives a 1987 Dodge Colt, and devised the program's weekly "Puzzlers". The brothers also jointly ran the Good News Garage, in Cambridge.
Car Talk ran from 1977-87 on Boston's WBUR, and since then has aired on National Public Radio. The brothers announced their retirement from the show in 2012, but Car Talk goes on, using re-edited segments from past episodes.
Father: Louis Magliozzi (b. 1907, d. 2000)
Mother: Elizabeth Magliozzi (b. 1914, d. 2003)
Brother: Tom Magliozzi
Wife: Monique (two sons)
Son: Louie (owns a health food store)
High School: Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, Cambridge, MA (1968)
University: BS Humanities and Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1972)
Car Talk (Co-Host, 1977-2012)
National Public Radio
Risk Factors: Color Blindness
Author of books:
Car talk: With Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers (1991, with Tom Magliozzi)
How to Buy a Used Car (1996, with Tom Magliozzi)
A Haircut in Horse Town, and Other Great Car Talk Puzzlers (1998, with Doug Berman and Tom Magliozzi)
In Our Humble Opinion: Car Talk's Click and Clack Rant and Rave (2000, with Tom Magliozzi)
Car Talk Road Trip Journal & Maintenance Log (2006, with Tom Magliozzi)
Ask Click and Clack: Answers from Car Talk (2008, with Tom Magliozzi)
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