The mom from 'Everybody Loves Raymond' Doris Roberts has died.
FOX's Michele Pollino reports:
Doris Roberts played Marie Barone the mom on 'Everybody Loves Raymond'.
(Roberts) "You never ever appreciated me. I would work my fingers to the bone all day with the kids and not even a thank you. That's right. Debra understands."
Roberts was 90-years-old when she passed Sunday in Los Angeles. She won five Emmy awards, four of them for 'Raymond.' She was a 20-year veteran of Broadway before she began appearing steadily in character roles in film and on television. Starting in the 70's she was a consistent figure throughout every decade on TV:
(Remington Steele) "Surely you've seen a man in a towel Mildred? Oh you're not man, you're my boss."
That was from 'Remington Steele.' She also starred in movies like 'National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation.'
Michelle Pollino, FOX News.
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