Kirstie Alley is an American actress and spokesmodel, best known for her role as Rebecca Howe on the NBC sitcom Cheers from 1987 to 1993, for which she received an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe.
She is also known for her role in the Look Who’s Talking film series (1989–93). Alley was born in Wichita, Kansas, the daughter of Robert Deal Alley, a homemaker, and Robert Eugene Alley, a retail business owner.
She began her career as a model and was a frequent guest on talk and game shows before landing her breakthrough role in Cheers. In 1997, Alley starred in the romantic comedy Deconstructing Harry, alongside Woody Allen.
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Net Worth Of Kirstie Alley
Kirstie Alley’s net worth of $20 million is mainly due to her successful acting career, as well as her entrepreneurial ventures and lucrative sponsorship deals. She has also earned a considerable amount of money from her book sales, as well as other investments.
Alley is best known for her role as Rebecca Howe on the classic sitcom Cheers, for which she won two Emmy awards for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.
She also starred in the hit comedy Look Who’s Talking and its two sequels, as well as other films such as Star Trek II:
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Movies Of Kirstie Alley..
Look Who’s Talking (1989): In this romantic comedy, Kirstie Alley plays Mollie, a single mother who has just broken up with her boyfriend. She meets taxi driver James (John Travolta) and the two forms an unlikely bond.
The film follows the couple as they navigate their newfound relationship, while also dealing with Mollie’s mischievous toddler Mikey (voiced by Bruce Willis).
Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999): In this dark comedy, Kirstie Alley plays a snooty pageant coach who is determined to win the local beauty contest at all costs. She goes head-to-head against her rival coach, Annette (Ellen Barkin), and the competition becomes increasingly cutthroat.
Look Who’s Talking Too (1990): The sequel to Look Who’s Talking, this movie follows Mollie and James as they take care of their newborn daughter, Julie. Kirstie Alley again plays Mollie, while John Travolta reprises his role as James. Bruce Willis also returns to provide the voice of Mikey.
It Takes Two (1995): In this romantic comedy, Kirstie Alley plays Amanda, a wealthy woman who hires a young orphan named Alyssa (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) to be her nanny.
Shows Of Kirstie Alley..
Kirstie Alley first came to prominence in 1982 when she starred in the show ‘Cheers’. She played Rebecca Howe, a smart and sassy businesswoman who worked as a manager at the bar. Her performance earned her an Emmy nomination and she went on to appear in all 11 seasons of the show.
In 1989, she starred in the hit movie ‘Look Who’s Talking’, playing the voice of the baby, Mikey. The movie was a huge success and spawned two sequels, ‘Look Who’s Talking Too and ‘Look Who’s Talking Now.