Jan. 29th, 1963
Darby, Pennsylvania, USA
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Horan graduated from Archbishop Prendergast Catholic High School for Girls in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania in 1980. She attended Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, graduating with a degree in Theater Performance in 1984. She then moved to New York City where she performed in off-off Broadway theatre while working as a telephone sales agent for Telecharge. She met her future husband, Philip Rosenthal, who served as executive producer of Everybody Loves Raymond, while attending Hofstra, and she converted to Judaism before their marriage in 1990.
Horan is best known for her appearance in the part of Amy McDougall (later Barone), Robert Barone's off-on again girlfriend, then wife, on the CBS-TV sitcom series Everybody Loves Raymond. Horan appeared in a total of 66 episodes of the popular series, making her first appearance in the episode titled Who's Handsome ? (Season 1, episode #14). She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their two children. Horan has recently guest starred on the Hot in Cleveland series (Season 2) playing an Amish woman.
- In the mid-1980s, she worked as a telephone sales operator for Telecharge in New York City.
- During her college days, she played Christina Crawford in a parody movie of "Mommie Dearest" with classmate Nelson Aspen as Joan.
- Converted to Judaism before marrying Rosenthal, the son of Holocaust survivors.
- Graduated from Hoftsra University with a degree in theatre studies.
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