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"I don't give in, I don't give up and I don't take 'no' for an answer."
Actress Doris Roberts died last night in Los Angeles. She was 90. Her career spanned 65 years, but she is best known for her iconic portrayal of Marie Barone in the comedy series Everybody Loves Raymond (CBS 1995-2006), a role that earned her four of her five Emmy Awards.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Doris Roberts, a character actress who labored honorably both on stage and screen for years before
In October 2011, Nikki Levy was 34 and had just broken up with her girlfriend. Her life, she says, was "no bueno." Levy, a film and TV producer who most recently worked at Fox, figured her life would be great again if she moved back to her native New York City.
This fall has been full of firsts for Fred Willard. Take -- for example -- last month, when Willard made his daytime drama debut on The Bold and the Beautiful. Fred appeared in four episodes of this long-running CBS soap opera back in October and loved every minute of it.
I'm sitting in a room in the Beverly Hills Four Seasons with Andy Garcia, and we're waiting for Ray Romano. I'm feeling guilty
Get ready for a CBS marathon on Hulu. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the network just locked in an extended licensing
O'Brien also co-created "Super Fun Night" with Wilson and had only the highest praises for her at the Television Critics
"Everybody Loves Raymond" is getting a remake in the form of "The Smiths" across the pond on BBC. This isn't the first time
What TV shows do you like to watch in your spare time? I really think "Modern Family" is just brilliant. It's been a long
When TV characters say "I do," an ordinary wedding sometimes just won't cut it. Whether TV weddings are crazy, shocking or
In Fred & Vinnie, comedian and actor Fred Stoller brings amiable, agoraphobic friend Vinnie into his home, and discovers the man's passive-aggressive demeanor and obsessive-compulsive behavior doesn't quite sync with the responsibilities of a show-business professional.
It's all about prints and hairspray... lots of hairspray.
Actress Patricia Heaton spoke with Jimmy Kimmel last night about feeling like "the actress version of Seabiscuit" when she
Doris Roberts is getting some "Counter Culture" with ABC. The Emmy-winning former matriarch of "Everybody Loves Raymond" has
But don’t worry Mike fans, Ray doesn’t steal the show. “Neil is really very funny, and he’s such a hilarious guy on set, so
"The movie business is just like the TV business. A business. Same in Moscow, same in Hollywood. The "No" you get creatively is the same in every language. Just change the accent. And the drink you have after."
Someone had the unfortunate idea to hire a camera crew to document American TV producer Phil Rosenthal's adventures as a consultant to Russian television. The result is Exporting Raymond, a curious vanity production.