Brad Garrett won three Emmys® and a SAG Award for his role as Robert Barone on the iconic television series Everybody Loves Raymond. He was also nominated for an Emmy and SAG Award for his portrayal of The Great One in the telefilm Gleason. Garrett is a featured regular on season two of Showtime's I'm Dying Up Here and co-stars in ABC's comedy Single Parents, which premieres this fall.
Garrett's trademark voice has been heard in over 30 animated films, including the contemporary classics Finding Nemo, Ratatouille and Tangled. He will also be heard as the voice of Eeyore in Disney's upcoming live action feature Christopher Robin. Garrett's film credits include David Chase's Not Fade Away as well as Music and Lyrics, Suicide Kings and Woody Allen's Sweet and Lowdown. He recently co-starred with Julianne Moore and John Turturro in Sebastián Lelio's Gloria.
Garrett's stand-up career has spanned over 30 years, and he was one of the youngest comics ever to appear on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. In the late '80s he opened for Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr. in Las Vegas. He then opened his own comedy club on the Vegas Strip at the MGM Grand in 2012.
Garrett has performed on Broadway in Neil Simon's The Odd Couple, starred in the most recent season finale of Law & Order: SVU and the second season of the Emmy-nominated cable television series Fargo.
Simon and Schuster published Garrett's autobiographical book When the Balls Drop in May 2015.