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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. He was a writer/producer on Everybody Loves Raymond and took over 30,000 behind-the-scenes photos of the show. Caltabiano was a guest host for CBS's The Late, Late Show in 2004 when Craig Kilborn abruptly exited. He was the inspiration for Terry Elliott, the character Scott Bakula played on TNT's Men of a Certain Age.
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- Tom Caltabiano on IMDb
- Official 95 Miles to Go Website
- Official Everybody Loves Raymond Behind-the-Scenes Photo Gallery
- The Kimchi Chronicles on Amazon
- Everybody Loves Raymond: Our Family Album on Amazon
- Tom Caltabiano photos in Russia's Autopilot Magazine
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