For her role in Everybody Loves Raymond, Patricia Heaton received the 2000 Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, was nominated for a 1999 Emmy Award in the same category and won the 1998-99 Viewers for Quality Television Best Actress in a Quality Comedy Award.
While studying in New York with drama teacher William Esper, Heaton made her Broadway debut in the gospel musical “Don’t Get God Started.” She and fellow students then formed Stage Three, an acting company that produced plays Off Broadway. They took one production, “The Johnstown Vindicator,” to Los Angeles, where Heaton’s performance caught the eyes of casting directors.
Consequently, Heaton portrayed the producer/daughter in the television series “Room for Two.” Her additional television credits include the series “Women of the House,” on the CBS Television Network,”Someone Like Me,” and “thirtysomething,” in which she had a recurring role. Among her television movie credits are “Miracle in the Woods,” with Della Reese, and the upcoming “A Town Without
Christmas,” both for CBS. Her feature film credits include “Memoirs of an Invisible Man,” “Beethoven,” “New Age” and “Space Jam.”
Heaton was born in Cleveland and now lives with her husband and four sons in Los Angeles. Her birth date is March 4.
Jean Luc Bilodeau
Jean-Luc Bilodeau is best known for his starring role as Ben Wheeler in the Freeform sitcom Baby Daddy. He also played the role of Josh Trager on Family’s Kyle XY.
Sabrina Jalees is primarily known as a writer on shows such as Baroness von Sketch Show and Powerless. Her acting credits include guest roles on CBS’ FLASHPOINT and Amazon Prime’s Transparent.
MacLachlan starred in the television series Desperate Housewives, In Justice and Twin Peaks. He played recurring roles on Portlandia, How I Met Your Mother and Sex and the City. MacLachlan also appeared in the films Mao’s Last Dancer, Hamlet, The Doors, Blue Velvet and Dune.