The late '90s and early 2000s saw enormous success and acclaim for "Everybody Loves
Raymond" -- and everybody did, including the Emmys, which bestowed several
awards to the show, which Romano conceived, produced and won two Emmys
himself for best lead actor ... morein a comedy. But since "Raymond" said goodbye
in 2005, Romano's been mostly acting in voiceover roles, notably the "Ice Age" franchise. But Romano fans, rejoice, he's been
busy filming episodes of an hour-long drama for TNT, "Men of a Certain Age,"
alongside Andre Braugher and Scott Bakula, that is expected to
debut on TNT in December. He told David Letterman in June that because
the show will be on cable, "I like that we're a little less censored. You don't
know how many times on 'Raymond' I wanted to say, 'Shut the f--- up, Debra!'"
Let 'er rip, Ray!