Everybody Loves Raymond star Doris Roberts has been remembered by fans and celebrities following her death aged 90.
The actress is best known for playing the mother to Ray Romano's character on the popular American sitcom.
Doris's son Michael Cannata confirmed she had died overnight in her sleep in Los Angeles, her spokeswoman Janet Daily said.
The cause of death has not been revealed.
Stars and fans alike have remembered her fondly:
-- Lea Thompson (@LeaKThompson) April 19, 2016
So sad to hear of Doris Roberts' passing. What a lovely person and a fun colleague she was. RIP, dear Doris.
-- James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) April 19, 2016
I met #DorisRoberts once at a breast cancer awareness function in L.A. Such a wonderfully delightful lady. Sad to see her go. ?
-- Jack Vale (@jackvale) April 19, 2016
Just got back celebrating Doris Roberts incredible life with many friends. Our angel left us with such great memories. Salute.
-- Thaao Penghlis (@ThaaoPenghlis) April 19, 2016
Condolences to the friends and family of the talented and always hilarious Doris Roberts. You will be missed. pic.twitter.com/bOnbe4aigH
-- Fox Home Ent (@FoxHomeEnt) April 19, 2016
Rest in peace, Doris Roberts. You were one funny lady. pic.twitter.com/7Ua0WRjKSj
-- TODD SPENCE (@Todd_Spence) April 19, 2016
RIP to the eternal Italian TV Ma Doris Roberts. So happy to have known her just a bit. You made me laugh and cry. Great actress.Great woman.
-- Mario Cantone (@macantone) April 19, 2016
@doris_roberts What a dame!! Generous. Kind. Hilarious. You will be missed. Rest a bit yes, but kick up your heels through Eternity. ???
-- Kathy Bates (@MsKathyBates) April 19, 2016
After each of my parents died, Doris Roberts called. On Wednesday we had lunch so I could thank her. So glad I did. pic.twitter.com/HK8PPf8Okp
-- Tom Bergeron (@Tom_Bergeron) April 19, 2016
Actress Patricia Heaton, who starred as Ray's wife in Everybody Loves Raymond, remembered Doris with a long message on Twitter, saying it was "the end of an era". She ended her touching message saying: "It truly was a privilege Doris. I love you and miss you."