The Neigborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre
New York University
Appeared in the comedy "Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection"
Reunited with "Raymond" co-star Patricia Heaton with a recurring guest starring role on Heaton's ABC sitcom "The Middle"
Reprised titular role in Hallmark Channel sequel "Call Me Mrs. Miracle"
Cast in Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron’s hit off-Broadway comedy "Love, Loss and What I Wore"
Starred in the title role in the Hallmark Channel movie "Mrs. Miracle"
Played the ex-wife of Garry Marshall in the indie comedy "Keeping Up with the Steins"; directed by Marshall's son Scott
Appeared in the comedy feature "Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star" opposite David Spade
Cast as a tart-tongued receptionist at an AIDS testing center in "All Over the Guy"
Played Marie Romano, the title character's mother, on "Everybody Loves Raymond" (CBS); received Emmy (1999, 2000, 2001, 2004) and SAG (2004, 2005) nominations for Best Supporting Actress
Appeared in the film "The Grass Harp"
Recurring role as mother to Denny Dillon's Toby on the HBO series "Dream On"
Featured on the short-lived CBS sitcom "The Boys"
Acted in the feature "Used People
Earned fourth career Emmy nomination for a supporting role in the PBS production of "The Sunset Gang" (aired on "American Playhouse")
Picked up an Emmy nomination for a guest appearance on the ABC sitcom "Perfect Strangers"
Cast as the efficient secretary Mildred Krebs on "Remington Steele" (NBC); garnered an Emmy nomination in 1985
Had a memorable guest appearance as a bag lady appearing opposite James Coco on NBC's "St. Elsewhere"
Co-starred on the ABC sitcom "Maggie"
Teamed with James Coco as Mr. and Mrs. Van Daan in the NBC remake of "The Diary of Anne Frank"
Cast as the title character's meddling mother on the ABC sitcom "Angie"
Had small role as Bette Midler's mother in "The Rose"
Played Martin Balsam's wife in the award-winning TV-movie "The Storyteller" (NBC)
Portrayed Dorelda Doremus on the syndicated spoof of soap operas "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman"
Garnered attention for her stage performance in Terrence McNally's "Bad Habits"
Acted opposite Walter Matthau in "The Taking of Pelham One Two Three"
Re-teamed with May for a supporting role in "The Heartbreak Kid"; scripted by Neil Simon
Appeared in Elaine May's comedy "A New Leaf"
Co-starred in Neil Simon's Broadway production of "The Last of the Red Hot Lovers" with James Coco and Linda Lavin
Acted in "No Way to Treat a Lady"
Made feature film debut in "Something Wild"
Made her stage acting debut in "The Time of Your Life"
Made TV acting debut in "Jane Eyre" on CBS' "Studio One"
Made a popular series of commercials for Glade air freshener
Some sources listed 1925 as Roberts' birth year. When she won her second Emmy in 2001, though, she claimed that it was her 71st birthday, which meant she was born in 1930.