It's been 25 years since "Everybody Love Raymond" first debuted on CBS on Sept. 13, 1996. In honor of the beloved sitcom's big anniversary, Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the cast and how their lives turned out after they said goodbye to the Barone clan.
Keep reading to catch up with Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton, Brad Garrett and more…
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Ray Romano starred as sportswriter and father of three Ray Barone on "Everybody Loves Raymond," which is loosely based on his real life. The comedian co-developed and executive produced the hit sitcom, which scored countless Emmy nominations over the years. (He ultimately won three Emmys for his work on the show.)
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After "Everybody Loves Raymond" wrapped, Ray Romano starred on "Men of a Certain Age," "Parenthood," "Vinyl" and "Get Shorty." He also voiced woolly mammoth Manny in five "Ice Age" movies (the latest, "Ice Age: Collision Course," hits theaters in July 2016) and appeared in "The Big Sick" and "The Irishman." More recently, he starred on the HBO Max sci-fi dramedy "Made for Love."
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Patricia Heaton starred as Ray's long-suffering wife, homemaker and mother of three Debra Barone, on "Everybody Loves Raymond." (She ultimately won two Emmys for her work on the show.)
After "Everybody Loves Raymond," Patricia Heaton headlined the short-lived sitcom "Back to You" for a year before starring as Frankie Heck on "The Middle" from 2009 to 2018. She then starred on another short-lived sitcom — "Carol's Second Act" — from 2019 to 2020.
Brad Garrett starred as Ray's big brother, New York City police officer Robert Barone, on "Everybody Loves Raymond." (He won three Emmys for his work on the sitcom.)
Brad Garrett went on to star on the sitcoms "'Til Death" from 2006 to 2010 and "Single Parents" from 2018 to 2020. He also appeared on the second season of "Fargo," popped up in the films "Music and Lyrics" and "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" and voiced characters in "Ratatouille," "Tangled," "Planes" and "Finding Dory." More recently, he had a recurring role on the 2020 Showtime series "Penny Dreadful: City of Angels." The same year "Everybody Loves Raymond" came to an end, Brad separated from his first wife, Jill Diven, with whom he shares two children. In late 2015, he got engaged to IsaBeall Quella. It's unclear when they tied the knot, but Brad often refers to Jill as his wife on social media.
Doris Roberts starred as the ultimate homemaker — Ray and Robert's meddling mother, Marie Barone — on "Everybody Loves Raymond." (She won four Emmys for her work on the sitcom.)
Doris Roberts died on April 17, 2016, following a stroke. In the decade preceding her death at 90, she starred in a number of films including the 2006 cult comedy "Grandma's Boy." She also had brief stints on "The Middle" and "Melissa & Joey."
Peter Boyle starred as Marie's hard-headed husband — curmudgeonly U.S. Army vet Frank Barone — on "Everybody Loves Raymond." (He earned seven Emmy nominations for his work on the sitcom.)
Peter Boyle died at 71 on Dec. 12, 2006 — just six months after "Everybody Loves Raymond" came to an end. (He reportedly suffered from multiple myeloma and heart disease.) He appeared in a handful of projects after the beloved sitcom concluded including the third installment in the "Santa Clause" franchise and the family drama "All Roads Lead Home."
Monica Horan starred as Debra's best friend and Robert's second wife — overly apologetic Amy McDougall-Barone — on "Everybody Loves Raymond." (She's been married to Philip Rosenthal, who co-created the hit sitcom with Ray Romano, since 1990.)
Monica Horan hasn't acted much since "Everybody Loves Raymond" came to an end. She had brief stints on "Enlightened" and "The Bold and the Beautiful" and more recently appeared on a 2019 episode of "Better Things." She also popped up on several episodes of hubby Philip Rosenthal's Netflix docuseries "Somebody Feel Phil" between 2018 and 2020.
Real-life siblings Madylin Sweeten, Sawyer Sweeten and Sullivan Sweeten portrayed Ray and Debra's three kids — daughter Ally Barone and twin sons Geoffrey Barone and Michael Barone — on "Everybody Loves Raymond."
Madylin Sweeten continues to work regularly as an actress, though she's no longer in the spotlight: She had a small role in the 2008 Shia LaBeouf sci-fi-thriller "Eagle Eye" and in recent years popped up on episodes of "Lucifer" and "Dirty John." She also serves as a board member and production manager for the Loft Ensemble theater company in Los Angeles and side hustles as an artist and interior designer. (She earned a degree in interior design from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in L.A.) She met her husband, actor Sean Durrie, through the Loft Ensemble.
Twins Sawyer Sweeten and Sullivan Sweeten — who are pictured with big sis Madylin Sweeten at the 2010 TV Land Awards — essentially left Hollywood behind after "Everybody Loves Raymond" came to an end. In April 2015 — just a few weeks shy of their 20th birthday — Sawyer sadly died by suicide while visiting family near Austin, Texas. Sullivan has completely stepped out of the spotlight since then.