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Ray Romano in town for premiere of brother's movie

Emmy winner Ray Romano, left, and his brother Rich Romano mingle Thursday at the red carpet premiere of The Investigator, a shoestring-budget, faith-based movie written by Rich, at the Palladium in St. Petersburg. The Investigator is a fictionalized account of Rich Romano’s experience as a high school baseball coach at a Catholic school while his own faith was in doubt. The movie was primarily filmed around Tampa Bay.
Emmy winner Ray Romano, left, and his brother Rich Romano mingle Thursday at the red carpet premiere of The Investigator, a shoestring-budget, faith-based movie written by Rich, at the Palladium in St. Petersburg. The Investigator is a fictionalized account of Rich Romano’s experience as a high school baseball coach at a Catholic school while his own faith was in doubt. The movie was primarily filmed around Tampa Bay.
Published Sep. 6, 2013

Emmy winner Ray Romano added a celebrity touch to Thursday's red carpet premiere at the Palladium in St. Petersburg of The Investigator, a faith-based movie written by his brother Richard Romano and primarily filmed around Tampa Bay.

The Investigator is a fictionalized account of Richard Romano's experience as criminal justice teacher and baseball coach at a Catholic high school while his own religious faith was in doubt.

Ray Romano (Everybody Loves Raymond, Parenthood) is represented as the main character's supportive brother, a successful TV star.

The Investigator, directed by local filmmaker Curtis Graham, opens Sept. 13 at less than a dozen theaters nationwide including BayWalk 20 in St. Petersburg and Centro Ybor 20 in Ybor City.