In October, he returns, playing two nights solo as part of the Mirage’s Aces of Comedy series. Tickets are already on sale for the Friday, Oct. 2, and Saturday, Oct. 3, shows.
His Emmy-winning sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond,” where he appeared as Raymond for 210 episodes, came after appearances on “Late Show with David Letterman,” where he cemented his relationship with CBS. He reunited with his television wife Patricia Heaton on “The Middle” when he appeared during a three-episode arch.
His latest gig had him on “Parenthood” as photographer Hank Rizzoli. a semi-regular character written specifically for Romano.
He also attempted to improve his golf game on The Golf Channel’s “The Haney Project,” with Tiger Woods’ gold coach Hank Haney.
Lately, fans are more apt to find him in a charity poker event. He competed in the World Series of Poker for six years.
Tickets start at $49.99.
Tickets: Mirage, (702) 791-7111