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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 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 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 It was shortly after winning a N. One of those dreams, to perform in front of legendary late-night television host Johnny Carson, came true in Finally gaining national exposure and seemingly on the fast track to stardom, more television appearances soon followed, with a 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, , Everyboy Loves Raymond found the now-popular comic's offbeat domestic observations striking a chord with both audiences and critics alike.
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The Everybody Loves Raymond star says that having his adult kids home during the pandemic has been "kind of enjoyable". The actor and comedian, 62, whose hit TV sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond is available on the new streaming service Peacock, understands why the series still resonates with so many viewers. Being at home with his family during a pandemic has had its perks and cons. And we were about to go into pre-production for a movie I wrote with my writing partner. One thing he doesn't mind is having his four adult children — Alexandra, 30, Gregory, 27, Matthew, 27, and Joseph, 22 — with wife Anna, 57, back at home at times during the quarantine.