How Ray Romano’s net worth was built
Comedian Ray Romano used his real-life experiences as a husband and father to create the hit television comedy show, “Everybody Loves Raymond.”
The series, which ran for nine seasons from 1996 to 2005, featured Romano in the lead role of Ray Barone.
Romano moved on to voice one of the lead characters in the popular “Ice Age” animated film series, starting in 2002.
In 2009, the actor took on a more dramatic role in the show “Men of a Certain Age.” He also expanded his dramatic range as a character on the TV adaptation of “Parenthood.”
He appeared in the TV show “Parenthood” from 2012 to 2015, “Vinyl” in 2016.
As of June, Celebrity Net Worth estimates his net worth at $130 million. Romano’s real estate holdings include properties in the San Fernando Valley and Malibu, in California.
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- Born: 1957
- Birthplace: Queens, New York
What he’s up to now
Romano is appearing in the EPIX series “Get Shorty.” The actor plays Rick Moreweather in this adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s novel. In addition to acting, he continues to perform stand-up comedy and has a residency at The Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas. An avid golfer, Romano participates in charity tournaments and events throughout the year. In 2017, he participated in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Most of the actor’s awards came during his time on the series “Everybody Loves Raymond.” In 2002, Romano won Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series at the Primetime Emmys. The People’s Choice Awards gave him Best Male Television Performer four consecutive years. He was also nominated for Golden Globe awards in 2000 and 2001.
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