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After achieving a strong measure of success with stand-up comedy, Garrett decided to change gears and try his luck with performing on TV.

Garrett was hoping to do a spin-off with his character Robert Barone from Everybody Loves Raymond when the show ended its nine-year run in 2005, but he withdrew in October 2005 due to inaction from CBS that led to a number of the writers from Raymond leaving and taking other jobs.

In 2005, Garrett appeared on Broadway playing Murray the Cop in the revival of Neil Simon's The Odd Couple with Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick.

In 2008, Garrett hosted a celebrity roast of Cheech & Chong, which was aired on TBS.

In 2009, Garrett entered the main event at the World Series of Poker, losing on the second day of the event.

Garrett has starred in commercials for 7-Up, where he portrays a more happy, cheerful version of himself because of the soda.

In June 2010, he opened Brad Garrett's Comedy Club in the Tropicana Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

He understudied Lane in the role of Oscar Madison, and substituted for him in January 2006, during Mr. In 2006, Fox network announced they would pick up a new sitcom called 'Til Death starring Garrett in the lead role.

The plot revolves around a long married couple whose new next door neighbors are a pair of feisty newlyweds. He also appeared onstage on American Idol season six (2007) during judging on week 11, to which Ryan Seacrest said, "And the next person off American Idol is—Brad, you're out." In the fall of 2008, Garrett starred in, and was the executive producer for, an online reality show called Dating Brad Garrett.

With his Raymond castmates, he won the 2003 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.

He won the fifth season championship of Celebrity Poker Showdown, and played in the 2005, 20 World Series of Poker.

Garrett also played the leading role of Eddie Stark on the Fox sitcom 'Til Death from 2006 to 2010.