Doris Roberts, best known for depicting Ray’s interfering mother on Everybody Loves Raymond, kicked the bucket on Sunday. The adored performing artist was 90.
Roberts’ child affirmed the news on Monday, saying that his mother “passed on gently in her rest of common causes.”
In spite of the fact that she best known as Marie Barone on the prominent sitcom, Roberts acting vocation spread over six decades. She won four Emmys for her execution on Everybody Loves Raymond, and another prior in her profession for her work on St. Somewhere else.
Beam Romano said in regards to his TV mother’s passing: “Doris Roberts had a vitality and a soul that astounded me. She never ceased. Whether working professionally or with her numerous philanthropies, or simply supporting and tutoring a youthful, green comic attempting to make it as a performer, she did it all with such a great affection forever and individuals and I will miss her beyond a reasonable doubt.”
Look at some of Maria Barone’s silly minutes (alongside whatever remains of the cast) in the video underneath.
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