Career Highlights: Emmy Award-winning actor, writer and stand-up comedian Ray Romano is best known for the comedy “Everybody Loves Raymond,” and can now be seen in the HBO Max television series “Made for Love.” Romano also recently starred in the lead role in the EPIX comedy series “Get Shorty,” “The Irishman,” “Bad Education,” “Paddleton,” the hit movie “The Big Sick,” the HBO drama “Vinyl,” the comedy-drama “Men of a Certain Age,” and was on the NBC hit show “Parenthood.” Romano’s other film credits include “Rob the Mob,” “Welcome to Mooseport,” “Eulogy,” “Grilled,” “The Last Word,” “The Grand,” and many more. Romano can be heard as Manny, the woolly mammoth in the hit animated “Ice Age” movie series. Romano got his start at comedy clubs, which led to “Everybody Loves Raymond.” For this role, Romano won the 2002 Emmy Award as Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series and the 2005 Outstanding Comedy Series. His other honors include being a three-time People’s Choice Award winner as Favorite Male TV Performer and the 2006 Favorite Male Television Star.
Career Highlights: One of the most prolific wide receivers in NFL history, Tim Brown was inducted into the Football Hall of Fame in 2015. A 17-year NFL veteran, nine-time Pro Bowler, and three-time All-Pro, Brown played for the Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders (1988-2003) and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2004). He ranks second all-time in NFL history with 14,934 receiving yards and third in career pass receptions with 1,094. Brown holds numerous Raiders records including receptions (1,070), receiving yards (14,734), all-purpose yards (19,431), punt returns (320), punt return yardage (3,272), receiving touchdowns (99), and is the only Raider ever to score on pass receptions, rushing, kickoff returns and punt returns. Brown also holds the Raiders franchise record with nine straight 1,000 plus yards receiving in a season (1993-2001). At Notre Dame he won the prestigious 1987 Heisman Trophy and was a consensus All-America, UPI and The Sporting News College Player of the Year. He broke Notre Dame school career records for receiving yards (2,493), kickoff return yards (1,613) and all-purpose yards (5,024). Brown was inducted into the 2010 College Football Hall of Fame and 2013 Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame.