August 2004
Woman's Day (Australia Edition);8/02/2004, Vol. 56 Issue 31, p100
Entertainment Review
Features Patricia Heaton, an actress in the television program "Everybody Loves Raymond." Role played by Heaton in the program; Award received by the actress.


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