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Birthday: December 21, 1957
Place: Queens, New York, USA
Height: 6' 2"
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| A true-to-life case of childhood dreams coming true, one gets the impression that the success of humble comedian turned actor Ray Romano is more of a surprise to him than it is to those who supported him in his years as a struggling futon deliveryman moonlighting in standup. Born in Queens, NY, in 1957 and raised in nearby Forest Hills, Queens, Romano found happiness early in life by tickling the funny bones of family, friends, and of course, girls. The middle child of three sons, the aspiring funnyman refined his comic talents when he formed the bravely titled "No Talent" comedy troupe at age 16 to the delight of the congregation they regularly performed for. Romano later put his spotlight aspirations on hold when he enrolled in Queens College as an accountants major after graduating high school in 1975. Dabbling in odd jobs as he developed his stage skills on the late-night comedy circuit, Romano began an exhausting decade-long struggle to succeed as a standup while holding a more reliable day job. Married to wife Anna in the mid-'80s, Romano decided to pursue comedy full-time in 1987. It was shortly after winning a N.Y.C. radio station-sponsored comedy contest two years later that Romano acquired a manager and his dreams began to become a reality. One of those dreams, to perform in front of legendary late-night television host Johnny Carson, came true in 1991. Finally gaining national exposure and seemingly on the fast track to stardom, more television appearances soon followed, with a 1995 appearance on Late Night With David Letterman prompting Letterman to begin talks with Romano about the idea of developing a sitcom. Premiering in September 13, 1996, Everyboy Loves Raymond found the now-popular comic's offbeat domestic observations striking a chord with both audiences and critics alike. Nominated multiple times for numerous awards (including three Emmy and two Golden Globes), ELR carried on well into the new millennium, which saw the now-established comic branching out into other arenas as well. A June 1999 recording of a Carnegie Hall performance was nominated for a Grammy, and his novel Everything and a Kite turned up on the New York Times bestseller list. Television appearances on Hollywood Squares, Who Wants to be a Millionaire, and a somber turn in America: A Tribute to Heroes found American households increasingly willing to welcome the good-humored everyman into their homes. It was only a matter of time before Romano tackled feature films, and with his vocal role in 2002's Ice Age, the likable comic did just that. A lighthearted animated romp which followed the adventures of a group of animals weathering the new frozen landscape in order to return a human child to its father, Ice Age gave Disney a run for their money and further proved that popular computer-animated family fare was no longer exclusive to the Mouse House.
- Final contestant (i.e. "slowest finger") on Celebrity "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" (1999/I), walking off with 5,000 for the NYPD's D.A.R.E. Unit. (5/4/2000)
- Father of 4 children: Alexandra, 13, twins Matthew and Gregory, 11 and Joseph Raymond 6, born 16 February 1998.
- Named one of E!'s "Top 20 Entertainers of 2001."
- Ray originally planned to become an accountant.
- Brother is an actual sergeant for the New York Police Department. Ray and his brother were featured on a 2001 NYPD recruiting poster.
- Was originally cast in the role of technician Ted Garelli on "NewsRadio" (1995) but left after negotiations with writers about a sitcom starring him, namely "Everybody Loves Raymond" (1996), airing the following year. The role was replaced by Joe Rogan, and after a few days of shooting the cast decided it was easier to call the character Joe Garelli.
- He met his wife, Anna, when both worked at the Williamsburg Savings Bank in Queens, New York in 1982. He asked out two other co-workers before he asked Anna, and she was the only one who said yes.
- Went to Hillcrest High School in Queens, New York.
- Ray Barone, Romano's character on "Everybody Loves Raymond" (1996), was ranked #10 in TV Guide's list of the "50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time" [20 June 2004 issue].
- Won a Cable Ace Award for "Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist" (1995) (for Best Animated Programming Special or Series) in 1995 as one of the writers.
- Was classmates with comedienne Fran Drescher in high school and has even guest-starred as his Ray Barone character on "The Nanny" (1993).
- First comedy performance was in a comedy troop called No Talent.
- Currently resides in Los Angeles.
- Shares his birthday with actor Kiefer Sutherland.
- He guest-starred a few times in "The King of Queens" (1998) as Ray Barone, his character from "Everybody Loves Raymond" (1996)
- Dropped out of Archbishop Molloy High School in Briarwood, New York to go to Hillcrest High School. One of his brothers, however, did graduate from AMHS.
- The flashback episode of "Everybody Loves Raymond" (1996), in which Ray Barone first meets his future wife, he is delivering a futon. After Ray Romano's bank-teller job (where he met his real wife, Anna), he worked as a futon delivery-man before he tried stand-up comedy.
- Went to Hillcrest High School in Queens, New York with Fran Drescher.
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