An Emmy Award-winning actress Kirstie Alley A.K.A Kirstie Louise Alley was born on 12th January 1951. Today, Kirstie Alley net worth is estimated around 30 million US dollars. She landed her feature- film debut in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982). After completing drama course at Kansas State University, Alley went to California and worked as an interior decorator. She was lured by the party lifestyle and entered into a wild period where she abused drugs and hung out with an alternative crowd. In 1981, she faced a tragedy when her parent's car was hit by a drunk driver and killed her mother and seriously injured her father.
Kirstie Alley movies and awards
Kirstie Alley decided to get rid of her wild lifestyle, she underwent drug rehabilitation. She struggled to get acting parts. At first, she started appearing on such television game shows as Match Game and Password Plus. Talking about her initial stage, her career breakthrough arrived when she landed her feature-film debut as Saavik, a Vulcan student, in renowned Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982). She followed the part with a lead role in the television miniseries North and South. But her rise to stardom began when she was chosen to replace Shelly Long in the popular sitcom Cheers in the late. The mixture of her beauty, throaty voice and comic timing, she grabbed both a Golden Globe and an Emmy for her portrayal of the neurotic and high-strung Rebecca Howe in 1990. Kirstie Alley awards are the proofs what a prominent actress she is. During her years on Cheers, Alley’s film career also took off. She showed her dramatic talent in the 1988 thriller Shoot to Kill and had her first box-office success with the comedy Look Who’s Talking in 1989. In 2005, she was featured in Showtime’s Fat Actress, an unscripted comedy about the media’s obsession with celebrity weight. Alley also expressed her personal experiences in her 2005 book, How to Lose Your Ass and Regain Your Life. Her publicized struggles with weight loss made Alley join Jenny Craig weight loss centers. Appearing on Oprah Winfrey’s talk show, she showcased her new figure by donning a bikini. Alley worked as a Jenny Craig spokesperson until December 2007. Besides Kirstie Alley movies and their top ratings, she has appeared in Dancing With The Stars as well. Alley made a deal with Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo Productions in March 2008 to develop television projects. Alley regained the weight she lost while on the Jenny Craig program. She then hired a trainer to regain her perfect figure and developed the Organic Liaison weight loss system. In September 2009, Alley hit headlines again, this time for her comments about director Roman Polanski. Polanski was arrested in Switzerland on an outstanding warrant stemming from 1977 rape case of a young teenage girl in California. She also objected to other Hollywood stars banding together to ask for the director’s release. In March 2010, Alley filmed for an A&E real-life television series, Kirstie Alley’s Big Life. The series was based on her journey with her weight loss program to her life as a single mother trying to raise two teenagers in the Hollywood. Next year, Alley participated on the 12th season of ABC’s reality TV dance-competition Dancing with the Stars. With partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy, she placed second on the show. In 2012, Alley was offered back to Dancing with the Stars for the show’s 15th season.
Kirstie Alley death hoax and age
Kirstie Alley married to actor Parker Stevenson from 1983 to 1997. They adopted two children, William True and Lillie Price. Kirstie Alley children are all grown up and have started their own family making Kirstie a grandparent. Even after her marriage, she is still a famous celebrity and her bio is available on many online portals. Being such a celebrity many false rumors surround her like there was a hoax of Kirstie Alley death being a woman she is she has overlooked these rumors and kept going her way. At this moment, Kirstie Alley age is 66.