"Everybody Loves Raymond" may have ended but that doesn't mean we can't keep on loving the cast of Raymond!

Keep up to date on what Patricia Heaton and the rest of the 'Raymond' cast have lined up for the future.

Patricia Heaton // The Bituminous Coal Queens of PA Patricia Heaton // ABC TV Deal Patricia Heaton // Thou Shalt Laugh
Patricia Heaton // The Scene Patricia Heaton // Amazing Grace Patricia Heaton // Buena Vista Talk Show
Patricia Heaton // Enslaved by Ducks Patricia Heaton // Path to 9/11 Patricia Heaton // The Engagement Ring
Ray Romano // Stand Up Comedy Tour HBO TV Show Deal Ray Romano // Father Knows Best
Ray Romano // The Grand Ray Romano // 95 Miles to Go Ray Romano // Grilled
Ray Romano // Ice Age 2 Brad Garrett // Til Death Brad Garrett // Stand Up Comedy
Brad Garrett // The Odd Couple Peter Boyle // Shadows of Atticus Doris Roberts // Our House
Doris Roberts // Keeping Up with the Steins Doris Roberts // Grandma's Boy Brad Garrett // Music and Lyrics
Phil Rosenthal // Inside the Writers Room Phil Rosenthal // You're Lucky You're Funny  

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Format: Feature Film
Cast: Woody Harrelson, Ray Liotta, Ray Romano, Shannon Elizabeth, Jason Alexander and Cheryl Hines
Screen play: Matt Bierman, Zak Penn
Director: Zak Penn
Production Cos: Insomnia Media Group
Eleven Eleven Films LLC
Release Date: 2007

The Grand
The Grand is an improvisational comedy set in the increasingly popular world of celebrity poker. The ensemble cast includes Woody Harrelson, Ray Liotta, Ray Romano, Shannon Elizabeth, Jason Alexander and Cheryl Hines.

The story revolves around an international poker tournament where the actors play real games that lead to a championship match. The film is written and directed by Zak Penn.

The Grand will have only an outline, and the actors will improvise most of the dialogue as they play real poker... on their way to a fake tournament. Shooting is set to begin later this summer. Penn told Variety, "A lot of actors were intrigued by this, because they are naturally competitive. And the fact that poker has become this crazy phenomenon isn't unhelpful to us." 

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