Monica Louise Horan|
January 29, 1963
Darby, Pennsylvania, U.S.
|Residence||Burbank, California, U.S.|
Philip Rosenthal (m. 1990)
Life and career
Horan was born in Darby, Pennsylvania, the daughter of Selma (née Spencer), a clerk, and Robert J. Horan, a courthouse officer. She graduated from Archbishop Prendergast Catholic High School for Girls in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania in 1980. She attended Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, graduating with a degree in Theater Performance in 1984. She then moved to New York City where she performed in off-off Broadway theatre while working as a telephone sales agent for Telecharge. She met her future husband, Philip Rosenthal, who served as executive producer of Everybody Loves Raymond, while attending Hofstra, and she converted to Judaism before their marriage in 1990.
Horan is probably best known for her appearance in the part of Amy McDougall (later Barone), Robert Barone's off-on again girlfriend, then wife, on the CBS-TV sitcom series Everybody Loves Raymond. Horan appeared in 66 episodes of the series, making her first appearance in the episode titled "Who's Handsome?" (Season 1, episode #14). She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their two children. Horan has guest-starred on the Hot in Cleveland series (Season 2) playing an Amish woman, and in 2017 was reunited with her Everybody Loves Raymond co-star Patricia Heaton when she guest-starred on a Season 8 episode of The Middle.
|1990||L.A. Law||Reporter #1||1 episode|
|1991||In Living Color||1 episode|
|1996||In The House||April||1 episode|
|1997–2005||Everybody Loves Raymond||Amy Louise MacDougall Barone||Recurring Cast (Seasons 1-7) / Main Cast (Seasons 8-9)|
|2011||The Whole Truth||1 episode|
|Hot in Cleveland||Sarah||1 episode|
|2016||Pee-wee's Big Holiday||Ruby the Crossing Guard|
|The Bold and the Beautiful||Kieran||2 episodes|
Nominee- Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Guest Performer in a Drama Series
|2017||The Middle||Anna Ferguson||Episode: "The Confirmation"|
- Monica Horan says her middle name. YouTube. 10 June 2013. Retrieved 12 April 2015.
- "Candid Comedy". PEOPLE.com. Retrieved 12 April 2015.
- Lipton, Michael A. The Laughs Hit Close to Home for Everybody Loves Raymond's Monica Horan, People, December 16, 2002. Accessed June 10, 2008.
- "Monica Horan, activist artist - Arts". Jewish Journal. Retrieved 12 April 2015.
- Tina Daunt. "Michelle Obama, Barbra Streisand Help Raise $700K for Democrats in L.A." The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 12 April 2015.
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