Patricia Heaton and David Hunt - A host of stars were photogrpahed as they attended the AMC Celebration of The Mad Men 7 Episodes Of "Mad Men" With The Black & Red Ball. The event was held at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 26th March 2015
Patricia Heaton and David Hunt - Photographs from LA Mission's Annual Thanksgiving for the Homeless which stars attend to help feed homeless people in Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 26th November 2014
Sean Astin, Trace Adkins, Sarah Drew, Sammi Hanratty, Patricia Heaton, Abbie Cobb, Andrea Logan White and David Hunt - Premiere of 'Mom's Night Out' held at the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 29th April 2014
Ray Romano, David Hunt, Patricia Heaton and Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame Actors Ray Romano (l-r), David Hunt, Patricia Heaton and Neil Flynn attend the ceremony honoring Patricia Heaton with a new star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, USA, on 23 May 2012
Patricia Heaton's says her politics have meant she has missed out on a number of television roles. Patricia Heaton, best known for playing Ray Romano's wife on 'Everybody Loves Raymond', says her conservative views on subjects such as abortion have negatively affected her career.
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Former 'Everybody Loves Raymond' star Patricia Heaton has revealed her conservative views have cost her acting roles in the past.
Patricia Heaton says her political stance has negatively affected her acting career.
The 'The Middle' actress - who is best known for playing Ray Romano's wife in 'Everybody Loves Raymond' - explained her conservative views on topics that include abortion and stem cells have led to her not being considered for certain acting roles.
She told website PopEater: "We know for a fact there are some people who have said they wouldn't want to work with us because of our politics."
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Make no mistake: Amazing Grace is not a complex movie. The good guys are good and the bad guys aren't so much bad as they are yet to become good. Such a simple and optimistic moral vision may seem antiquated to some, but Amazing Grace doesn't apologize for its old-fashioned piety. As the action starts, Wilberforce (Ioan Gruffudd) undergoes a religious conversion. His long-abandoned childhood faith has once again stirred his heart and moved him to commit to doing whatever he can to improve the world. Already a member of Parliament, he asks several of his friends -- including the clergyman John Newton (Albert Finney), who wrote the hymn "Amazing Grace" -- if he should continue his political career or move on to a more spiritual pursuit. At all of his friends' urging, Wilberforce chooses politics and not long after takes an unpopular stand on the issue that will dominate his political career thereafter: the slave trade.
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Former NYPD Blue star Rick Schroder is teaming up with Kiefer Sutherland for the sixth season of hit TV series 24.
Schroder signed on for a regular role in the series, which kicks off with a two-night premiere in the US on 14 and 15 January (07).
He will play Counter Terrorism Unit operative MIKE DOYLE, who joins with Sutherland's character Jack Bauer to pull off key field operations.
The series has recruited several high-profile cast members recently including Chad Lowe, Regina King, Powers Boothe, Peter MacNicol, James Cromwell, Kal Penn and David Hunt.
Emmy award winner Eddie Izzard is no longer part of the hit TV drama 24 - after completing only one day of filming.
The cross-dressing comedian quietly parted with the show and is currently working on his upcoming TV series THE RICHES with fellow Brit Minnie Driver, which was picked up by the US FX network in September (06).
Izzard has been replaced by British actor David Hunt, husband of former Everybody Loves Raymond star Patricia Heaton.
Hunt will take over the role and play a villainous accomplice on the show named MCCARTHY.
The mother-of-four, who recently wrapped work on her sitcom after a nine-year run, admits raising her children often takes it toll on her ability to make love with her husband at the end of a long day, but now she's been advised it'll be good for her well-being.
She explains, "I went and a physical, just complete checkup to make sure everything's cool. And the advice my doctor came up with for me to get sort of like back on track: 'Have sex with your husband twice a week,' as opposed to enjoy my life!
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EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND star Patricia Heaton is planning to quit Hollywood to move her family to Ohio.
The mother-of-four, whose show is expected to come to an end within the next two years, wants to move back to her native state, because of its convenient location for both her and British husband David Hunt.
She says, "I was just there. We had such a good time in Cleveland and it's close to New York and it's closer for my husband when he needs to go to London. So we've talked about maybe going back there."13/01/2004 02:07