Doris Roberts, who became a household name after landing the role of Marie Barone on CBS' “Everybody Loves Raymond,” has died. She was 90 years old.

According to TMZ, the Emmy award-winning actress died Sunday in Los Angeles, though news did not break of her death until late Monday. Shortly after receiving confirmation of Roberts’ passing, her “Everybody Loves Raymond” co-stars began sharing loving messages and memories on social media and in the press. Ray Romano told People magazine that the actress, who played his mother for nearly a decade, had an amazing “energy and a spirit that amazed me.” He added that it was a pleasure to work with her on- and off-screen, adding that he would “miss her dearly.” Patricia Heaton, Brad Garrett and more sent their condolences on Twitter and Instagram.

Roberts’ death elicited an outpouring of love from more than just her “Everybody Loves Raymond” co-stars. Joey Lawrence, who acted with the legendary star on Freeform’s “Melissa and Joey,” shared a still photo of them together, adding that she was a “great one.” Similarly Jewel Staite, Holly Robinson Peete, Mara Wilson, Dave Coulier and more tweeted heartfelt messages about what a loss her passing was.

Michael Cannata, Roberts’ son, issued a statement Monday in which he confirmed that his mother had passed, USA Today reported. He shared with fans that she had “died peacefully in her sleep of natural causes.”