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Ray started out like many aspiring comedians at the comedy clubs and he did very well. He then was lucky enough to get noticed and started appearing on the late night talk show scene doing his comedy acts. Once he made it to "Late Night with David Letterman" he got his big break. Letterman immediately saw that he had a unique comedic talent and offered Ray a deal with his production company. Through this union, "Everybody Loves Raymond" was born. The show was based on Ray's life, mimicking many of the situations that actually happened in his life. Instead of Ray Romano, the audience met Ray Barone, a newspaper sportswriter. Just like Ray's real life family, his TV family also included a set of boy twins. His daughter in the show Ally was also named after his real life daughter Alexandra. His real life daughter actually made several appearances on the show as the daughter of the Cookie Lady. His brother in real life and TV life were named Robert.

Ray has some very famous friends that he has worked with throughout the years. Ray went to high school with Fran Drescher and he did an episode of her sitcom "The Nanny", where he played an old classmate of hers. He is also friends with fellow comedian Kevin James, from the sitcom "King of Queens". They starred together in a comedy called "Grilled" as well as Kevin was often on Ray's shows as one of Ray's friends and when Kevin got his own sitcom, Ray and the rest of the "Everybody Loves Raymond" family appeared on several episodes of "King of Queens". The boys still hang out together and can be seen performing together in Vegas at the Danny Gans Theater at the Mirage. You can also catch Ray and his "Everybody Loves Raymond" brother, Brad Garrett, also performing together at the Mirage. Or if you prefer just Ray, you can catch his solo act as well.

Throughout his years on "Everybody Loves Raymond", Ray and the cast and show have been nominated for many awards including Emmy's, Golden Globes and Screen Actor's Guild Awards. Ray won an Emmy in 2002 in the category of Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. He also won several Peoples Choice awards for Favorite Male TV Performer in 2002, 2003, and 2004.

In addition to his TV career, Ray has also made it onto the big screen. Ray was the voice of "Manny" in the hit movies, "Ice Age" and "Ice Age 2". He also starred in the movie, "Eulogy" and the comedy "Welcome to Mooseport." In addition to that, Ray has hosted "Saturday Night Live" and won $125,000 for his charity when he appeared on the TV game show "Who Wants to be a Millionaire". Ray is also an author and has written a children's book with his brother called "Raymie, Dickie, and the Bean: Why I Love and Hate My Brothers" as well as a book based on his comedy called "Everything and a Kite".
The famous Ray Romano, who plays himself in his hit comedy show Everybody Love Raymond, was born on December 21 1957 in Queens, New York. Ray comes from a typical household where his mother was a piano teacher and his father was an engineer and realtor. Ray tried the college route and originally attended Queens College in Flushing, New York and was majoring in accounting, however after 3 years he quit.
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