Patricia Heaton is a Broadway veteran. She debuted in front of the footlights in the Broadway gospel musical Don't Get God Started and formed an acting company that produced off-Broadway plays. One show traveled to L.A., where the busty brunette caught the attention of casting agents, which landed her a role on the TV series Room for Two--and, no, it wasn't named for her pendulous pair. Other TV gigs followed, most notably a recurring role on thirtysomething, that is until she hooked up with funnyman Ray Romano. As the beautifully tempting bombshell of a wife and mother on Everybody Loves Raymond, Patricia ensures the show's top (heavy) ratings. It also means that audiences are unlikely to see the big girls come out to play. They were propped up in a stuffed silk slip for a mamorable episode (as if they needed the help), but that's about as skinful as the bashful, bosomy broad has gotten. Patricia has ventured onscreen, but with credits such as Beethoven (1992) and Space Jam (1996), it's unlikely she'll be sharing anytime soon. Come on, Patricia, bring on the Heaton!