Where is the Everybody Loves Raymond Cast Now?
Between 1996 and 2005, the Everybody Loves Raymond cast created 205 episodes of sitcom hilarity. More than 10 years after the final episode, the show still plays regularly in syndication. As you laugh your way through those episodes, you might wonder what the cast is up to these days.
Ray Romano — Ray Barone
One of Romano‘s first post-Raymond roles was voicing Manny in the first Ice Age movie. Since then, he’s continued to appear as Manny in the subsequent installments of the series, including 2016’s Ice Age: Collision Course. Kids’ movies aren’t his only gig; he’s also been playing Rick in the TV series Get Shorty, which debuted in 2017. As for the big screen, he appeared in 2017’s The Big Sick and will be in 2018’s The Irishman with Robert De Niro.
Patricia Heaton — Debra Barone
Sitcom mom roles must be right up Heaton’s alley because she began playing the mother in ABC’s The Middle in 2009. Heaton stars as Frankie Heck, who is both the mother of the show’s quirky Midwestern family and the narrator of the episodes. In October 2017, The Middle will begin its ninth and final season.
Doris Roberts — Marie Barone
Roberts, the matriarch of the Everybody Loves Raymond cast, passed away in April 2016 at the age of 90. Even still, fans have been able to catch a few glimpses of her work since the show. She had a small part in 2016’s The Red Maple Leaf and a major role in 2017’s Zizi and Honeybee short. She will also appear in the made-for-TV movie Adam Astra Casting, which has been completed but hasn’t yet been released.
Peter Boyle — Frank Barone
Sadly, Boyle‘s career did not extend for many years after the finale of Everybody Loves Raymond. He passed away in December 2006 at 71 years of age. His last work was the 2009 TV movie My Profile Story, in which he provided narration.
Brad Garrett — Robert Barone
2016 was a big year for Garrett. He made appearances on two popular TV shows — Law and Order: Special Victims Unit and This Is Us. That same year, he also voiced Bloat in Finding Dory and Krang in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows. TV movies have been the name of the game for him in 2017. He has roles in Michael Jackson’s Halloween and in the soon-to-be-released The Get.
Everybody Loves Raymond cast won at least a dozen acting awards for the show and were nominated for countless more. Although they are not all still with us, these actors have certainly left their mark through both Raymond and their roles since.