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Topic - Patricia Heaton
Emmy-award winning actress Patricia Heaton — who plays the beloved but beleaguered wife on both hit series' "Everybody Loves Raymond" and "The Middle" — said without God, she wouldn't have seen so much career success.
"Moms' Night Out," a faith-based film that delves into the comedy genre, is sparking discussion about whether Christian movies can be funny and appeal to a wide audience.
For Patricia Heaton, the last 20 years appear to have been a motherhood marathon.
Patricia Heaton took to Twitter Wednesday afternoon to voice her displeasure with "UK's Finest Socialists" after a movie theater refused to let her son buy a ticket for "World War Z."
Patricia Heaton and her former "Everybody Loves Raymond" co-star are experiencing a role reversal on her new sitcom.
"Comedy is really such a great icebreaker and a great way for people to have a great time and be entertained; if they also come away feeling positively impacted, that’s great," Heaton told Schiffer. "There are a lot of comedies that come out —but most of them are R-rated, so you can’t really take your kids to them. It’s nice to be able to see a movie having your parents there and your kids there with you."
Heaton told writer Kathy Schiffer at Patheos the film is an uplifting comedy the entire family can watch.