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Raymond Romano (born December 21, 1957 in Queens, New York) is an American actor and comedian. He is best known for being the star for the comedy series "Everybody Loves Raymond", which co-stars fellow stand-up comedian Brad Garrett as his brother, Robert. Before breaking into show business, Ray Romano had planned to become an accountant.

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Ray Romano, an Italian American, was born in Queens, New York to Albert and Lucie Romano. He started his career appearing on many outlets including Comedy Central. He was originally cast to play "Joe" on the now-canceled American television sitcom NewsRadio, but was replaced by Joe Rogan. He didn't become a major star until he started his hugely successful sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond" in 1996.

Ray Romano also helped close friend and fellow comedian Kevin James get into show business. In 1998, James received his own hit sitcom, the Raymond spinoff "The King of Queens". The two would later reunite in the salesman comedy "Grilled", as two guys of the same profession who are both very desperate to land a big sale.

Ray Romano was featured on a 2000 episode of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?", on which he won $125,000 (USD) for the NYPD's D.A.R.E. Unit. In 2001, he was named one of E!'s top twenty entertainers of the year. In the same year, Ray Romano was featured with his brother (a sergeant in the NYPD) on a New York Police Department recruiting poster. In 2004, he became the highest paid television actor in history for his role of Raymond on CBS's "Everybody Loves Raymond"; his salary in 2004 was $50,000,000. On December 13, 2003, he was featured as a special guest star, sending a birthday card to Bob Barker in his 80th birthday bash on the seventh "Million Dollar Spectacular" special of the long-running daytime CBS series "The Price Is Right".