Tom Caltabiano

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Tom Caltabiano (right) with Ray Romano in 2006

Tom Caltabiano is a writer and stand-up comedian. He directed and co-starred in the documentary 95 Miles to Go with longtime friend Ray Romano.[1][2] He was a writer/producer on Everybody Loves Raymond and took over 30,000 behind-the-scenes photos of the show.[3] Caltabiano was a guest host for CBS's The Late, Late Show in 2004 when Craig Kilborn abruptly exited.[4] He was the inspiration for Terry Elliott, the character Scott Bakula played on TNT's Men of a Certain Age.[5]


  1. ^ "Ray Romano, Tom Caltabiano and Teresa Strasser |". Retrieved 2012-05-15.
  2. ^ "Nerdist Podcast: Ray Romano and Tom Caltabiano |". Retrieved 2012-06-11.
  3. ^ "'Behind-the-Scenes with Tom Caltabiano |".
  4. ^ "Why CBS Should Audition Its Potential 'Late Late Show' Hosts On Air Again |". Retrieved 2014-05-29.
  5. ^ "Taking on Midlife and All Its Crises |". Retrieved 2009-11-25.

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