‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ actress Doris Roberts has died

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Doris Roberts, the actress perhaps best-known for playing Marie Barone, Ray Romano’s mother on “Everybody Loves Raymond,” died Sunday at the age of 90, according to a family spokeswoman.

Roberts, who was born in St. Louis, won five Emmy awards and appeared in multiple feature films, including National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.” Roberts, who was a renowned Broadway actress, also made appearances in episodes of other hit television shows, including “The King of Queens” and “Desperate Housewives.”

“Everybody Loves Raymond” ran from 1996 to 2005, and Roberts appeared in all 210 episodes, according to IMDB.

She leaves behind her son, Michael Cannata Jr. who she had with her first husband.

Her second husband, acclaimed novelist William Goyen, died in 1983.

Additional reporting by the Associated Press