Born in New York City and brought up in a globe-hopping lifestyle, Raymont has roots in both Europe and South America. Living abroad and in various American cities, he eventually settled in Los Angeles, working for a brief period at a high-end clothing shop, an experience that he mined for his later solo stage show "The Store." Raymont, who has a knack for impersonations, began his screen career modestly with numerous walk-on roles and minor film parts, most notably in the 2003 comedies "View from the Top" and "Freaky Friday." He eventually found a semi-regular gig on "The Naked Brothers Band," where he portrayed three characters over the course of three seasons. In 2012, Raymont starred in the dark indie comedy "BuzzKill," where he played a hapless writer forced to take a trouble-filled road trip.