Everybody Loves Raymond stars now – co-star daughters to tragic teen suicide
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Everybody Loves Raymond was hugely popular when it aired on CBS In late 90s and early 2000s.
The hilarious sitcom told the story of an Italian American man and his family living in Long Island, NY, not far from his overbearing and stereotypically Italian parents and his older brother, still living at home with them.
The show covered the daily happenings of the titular character of Raymond, a sportswriter, with his opinionated wife Debra and their three young children, his meddling mother and father and complaining brother.
The show continued running for nine seasons and ended in 2005.
Now, 25 years to the day that it first aired, we at Daily Star take a look at where the cast is today?
Ray played the star of the show, Ray Barone and remains best known for this role which earned his one Emmy and a handful of nominations.
He has gone on to appear in many other high-profile project since including voicing Manny in Ice Age and its sequels and in a recurring role in Parenthood.
Ray’s biggest roles to date include the critical movie hits The Big Sick and epic Netflix crime film The Irishman.
He currently appears in the series Get Shorty, a role he has held since 2017.
He is married to Anna Scarpulla and has four children.
His character's daughter on Everybody Loves Raymond was named after his real-life daughter, Alexandra "Ally" Romano, and she played the best friend of his daughter on the show.
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Patricia played Debra Barone, Ray’s hard-working wife in the show, who just couldn't with her in-laws, though had a soft spot for her brother-in-law, Robert
She won an incredible three Emmys for her performance on the show.
Patricia returned to the sitcom world with a major role in The Middle, which ran for several seasons.
Since 2019, she has appeared as the lead in CBS sitcom Carol's Second Act.
She's married to British actor David Hunt, with whom she has four sons.
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Brad played Robert Barone, Ray’s jealous older brother and New York City cop, who earned lots of laughs with his "woe is me" attitude and comebacks to his mom and dad.
He also scored a number of Emmy nominations and won the coveted award three times.
Brad starred in a number of sitcoms after the show finished, How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) back in 2013, and most recently, I'm Dying Up Here and currently appears as a main character in Single Parents.
He also continues to lend his signature deep voice to many animated characters, most recently as Cameo in Ralph Breaks the Internet and Eeyore in Christopher Robin.
He also does stand-up comedy and works as a professional poker player.
Divorced from his first wife, Jill Diven, with whom he has kids Maxwell and Hope, he became engaged to girlfriend Isabella Quella in 2016.
Doris played Raymond’s hilariously passive-aggressive and overbearing mother on this show, Marie Barone.
She won four Emmys for her performance and had a long list of credits prior to Raymond, including TV series Angie and Remington Steele.
She guest-starred in the Middle and brought more laughs in Grandma’s.
Doris sadly passed away in 2016 at the age of 90, leaving behind one son.
Peter starred as Ray and Robbie’s deadpan, slightly cranky dad Frank in the show.
He built a reputable career before starring in the show, with roles in films including Joe, The Candidate, Young Frankenstein and Taxi Driver, as well as on and Off-Broadway.
Shortly after the show ended he died of multiple myeloma and heart disease at age 71, in 2006.
His last acting job was in the film All Roads Lead Home, which ended with a dedication to the late actor.
Peter was survived by wife Loraine Alterman and their two daughters.
Monica played Amy, Robbie’s on and off girlfriend throughout the show, who ends up becoming his wife.
She ended up marrying the executive producer of the show in real life, Philip Rosenthal and they have two sons.
Since Raymond ended, she appeared in a guest role on the series Hot in Cleveland, The Bold and the Beautiful, as well as on her former co-star Patricia’s show, The Middle.
Madylin played the eldest child of the three Barone kids and the only daughter of Ray and his wife, Ally, alongside her real-life twin brothers.
Since the show ended she has worked as a sketch actor on the series TMI Hollywood, and executive produced and co-wrote a 2014 short called Wedding Frisk.
Her most recent notable roles include turns in Grey's Anatomy and Lucifer.
Sawyer and Sullivan Sweeten
The twin brothers of Madylin starred as Geoffrey and Michael, the sons of Raymond and Debra.
The boys were cast on the series when they were just 16 months old.
Sadly, Sawyer committed suicide in 2015 at the age of 19, two weeks shy of turning 20.
Ray called him a "wonderful and sweet kid to be around" and Patricia said he was a "funny and exceptionally bright young man."
"Sawyer was more than just a brother," Madylin told PEOPLE following her brother's death.
"He was a strong and selfless friend. When confiding in one another, Sawyer always had the kindest words of encouragement. He will live on in my head and those shared moments forever."
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