Brad Garrett: Everybody Loves Raymond Costar Sawyer Sweeten's Suicide Was 'Devastating'

Sawyer Sweeten’s loved ones came together at his funeral over the weekend, saying goodbye to the 19-year-old who took his own life in April.

Now, his TV uncle is speaking out about the tragedy.

Brad Garrett's Divorce Is Finalized

Brad Garrett’s divorce from his wife of seven years, Jill Diven, has been finalized, according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE.

Garrett, of Everybody Loves Raymond fame, currently stars on the FOX sitcom ‘Til Death.

The former couple, who separated in April 2006, have two children, Max, 9, and Hope, 7. They will share joint legal and physical custody of the kids, with Garrett paying $20,000 per month in child support, the documents show.

Garrett also agreed to pay $35,000 a month in spousal support.

Brad Garrett is no top chef

Brad_garrett_2Brad Garrett voices French chef Auguste Gusteau in Ratatouille, but theactor doesn’t have a knack for cooking in real life.

Raymond's Brad Garrett, Wife Secretly Split

Everybody Loves Raymond Emmy winner Brad Garrett and his wife of seven years, Jill Diven, have quietly split, he tells USA Today.

Garrett, 46, says that he and Diven had kept their separation a secret from his coworkers and even his parents, and that he and his ex – whom he considers “an extraordinary woman” and “the greatest mom in the world” – are on good terms.

Stalemate on 'Everybody Loves Raymond'

Monday may have kicked off production on the CBS hit sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond,” but where was the love?

An even better question: Where was the cast?

While Patricia Heaton did return to work after calling in sick last week – her call prompted a one-week delay in the start of shooting – Brad Garrett continued his work strike to force a new pay raise, and both Peter Boyle and Doris Roberts called in sick, says the Hollywood Reporter.

Brad Garrett Holds Out for More Moolah

Emmy winner Brad Garrett, who plays put-upon brother Robert Barone in the CBS hit “Everybody Loves Raymond,” does not intend to return to the show unless he gets a hefty pay raise, his reps tell the Hollywood Reporter.

“We’ve been trying to talk to (CBS) for many months about this,” Doug Wald, Garrett’s manager at Raw Talent Management, tells the trade paper. “They’ve been non-responsive. We’re just looking for an appropriate deal.”