Though he and his wife Anna Romano have been married almost 25 years, Ray Romano doesn't have much confidence in the ''til death do us part' vows they exchanged.
During a recent appearance on the Late Show With David Letterman, the Ice Age: Continental Drift star, 54, said he gives his union with Anna -- whom he wed in 1987 -- about two more years. The reason? He can't seem to stop getting on her nerves.
Even during quiet nights at home, "She's reading a book, I'm emailing a friend," Romano told Letterman. "She puts the book down, looks at me and goes, 'I can't stand the way you type.'"
Joked the actor, "If we're at the point where my typing is annoying her, how long is it until [she says], 'You blink like an a--hole!'"
Despite his wisecracks, Romano knows his marriage is one with staying power. In 2010, when asked for his advice for a happy marriage, the former Men of a Certain Age star opened up to Us Weekly about the secret to their relationship success.
"Watch my show and do the opposite," Romano explained, crediting his wife's laid-back personality. "I married a woman who is so far removed from show biz so that seems to work."
Also a factor? Laughed the comedian, "She is kind of the boss!"