Kirstie Alley is an American actress, model and producer who has a net worth of $40 million. Kirstie’ breakout role on the NBC sitcom “Cheers” earned her Emmy and Golden Globe Awards. She later received nominations for her performances on the sitcom “Veronica’s Closet” and the crime series “The Last Don,” and won another Emmy for the television film “David’s Mother.” On the big screen, Alley has appeared in such films as “Shoot to Kill,” “Look Who’s Talking,” “Village of the Damned,” “It Takes Two,” “Deconstructing Harry,” and “Drop Dead Gorgeous.”
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|Net Worth||$40 Million|
|Date of Birth||January 12, 1951 (age 72 years)||Gender||Female|
|Height||5 ft 7 in (1.71 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Comedian, Screenwriter, Television producer|
Kirstie Alley was born in 1951 in Wichita, Kansas to Lillian and lumber company owner Robert. She has two siblings, brother Craig and sister Colette. As a teenager, she attended Wichita Southeast High School. After graduating in 1969, she went to Kansas State University, but dropped out after her second year. She subsequently moved to Los Angeles to pursue Scientology and work in interior design. While in LA, Alley was a contestant on the game show “Match Game,” winning both of her rounds, and also competed on “Password Plus.” In 1981, her mother was killed in a car crash involving a drunk driver, while her father was severely injured.
In 1970, Alley married her first husband, high-school sweetheart Bob Alley; they divorced in 1977. Later, in 1983, she wed actor Parker Stevenson. After experiencing a miscarriage, the pair adopted son William, and later on, adopted a daughter, Lillie. Alley and Stevenson divorced in 1997. When they divorced, Kirstie paid Parker a settlement worth $6 million.
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Until I separated from Parker, I had never been without them-and it's the hardest thing to share them. But we're trying to give the children the semblance of having whole lives.Kirstie Alley
I have to be below 140 to really look good. I have to work my legs like crazy. Actually, do you want my real goal? My real goal's always too low. I love the way I look at, like, 128.Kirstie Alley
No matter what parents do, kids retain their uniqueness.Kirstie Alley
When you're the spokeswoman for a weight-loss program, everything is witnessed. I weigh in once a week with a witness. I have to sign an affidavit saying I cannot have any surgeries.Kirstie Alley
I believe that behind both the person who weighs 400 pounds and the one who weighs 85 there is a lot of baggage, and it has nothing to do with their bodies.Kirstie Alley