Kirstie Alley Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Kids, Weight, House, Net Worth, Movies

Kirstie Alley Biography

Kirstie Alley is an actress, producer, model, and television personality from the United States. Her breakthrough role was on the NBC sitcom Cheers, for which she received an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe in 1991. She starred in the sitcom Veronica’s Closet from 1997 to 2000, earning additional Emmy and Golden Globe nominations.


How Old is Kirstie Alley? – Age

She is 70 years old as of 12 January 2021. She was born Kirstie Louise Alley in 1951 in Wichita, Kansas, United States.

Kirstie Alley Family

Kirstie Alley is the daughter of Robert Deal Alley, a lumber company owner, and Lillian Alley. She is the sister to Colette Alley and Craig Alley. Her mother was killed and her father was seriously injured in an automobile accident caused by a drunk driver in 1981.

Who is Kirstie Alley’s husband? – Marriage

Alley married high school sweetheart Bob Alley, who happened to have the same name as her father, from 1970 to 1977. On December 22, 1983, Alley married actor Parker Stevenson. Following a miscarriage, the couple adopted son William one week after his birth on October 5, 1992, and daughter Lillie in 1995. In 1997, the couple divorced. Alley became a grandmother in 2016 after her son William had a son of his own.

Kirstie Alley House

Alley owned the Mitchell Cottage, formerly the Islesboro Inn, in Islesboro, Maine, from 1991 to 2020. She paid $1.5 million for a 5,200 sq ft (480 m2) waterfront mansion from former Scientologist Lisa Marie Presley in May 2000. The house is located in Clearwater, Florida, which serves as the Church of Scientology’s spiritual headquarters. Alley gave the Church $5 million in 2007.

What is Kirstie Alley’s Net Worth?

She has an estimated net worth of $40 Million.

Does Kirstie Alley still have lemurs? – Dogs

She owns 14 lemurs, four dogs, four cats, and some chinchillas roaming about her living room. Her newsfeed is flooded with images of four puppies: Hank, American bulldog Lou, French bulldog Minnie Pearl, and black Labrador Major.

Kirstie Alley and her children
Kirstie Alley and her children

How much does Kirstie Alley weigh? – Weight Loss

Alley lost 75 pounds while working as a Jenny Craig spokesperson from 2004 to 2007. (34 kg) In May 2009, she told People magazine that she gained 83 pounds after leaving Jenny Craig (38 kg) Alley announced in September 2011 that she had lost 100 pounds (45 kg) using Organic Liaison weight loss products. In 2012, she was the target of a class-action lawsuit alleging false advertising; the suit claimed that her weight loss was due to exercise, including training for the TV show Dancing With the Stars. She agreed to settle the lawsuit in 2013, agreeing to remove the term “Proven Products” from packaging and to include a disclaimer on the brand’s website stating that it is a “calorie-based weight-loss product.”

She agreed to settle the lawsuit in 2013, agreeing to remove the term “Proven Products” from packaging, post a disclaimer on the brand’s website stating that it is a “calorie-based weight-loss product,” and pay a $130,000 settlement. She re-joined Jenny Craig as a spokesperson in April 2014, after the Organic Liaison product line was acquired by Jenny Craig’s parent company and subsequently integrated into Jenny Craig’s product line. Alley claimed in January 2015 that she had lost 50 pounds since rejoining the Jenny Craig weight-loss program (23 kg).

Kirstie Alley Masquerade

She appeared as Casey Collins, one of the trained field agents in the American espionage television series Masquerade.


The tongue-in-cheek series, which was compared to Mission: Impossible and The Love Boat, starred Rod Taylor as Mr. Lavender, the leader of “Operation Masquerade,” a top-secret branch of American Intelligence that conducts missions using ordinary civilians recruited for their anonymity and specialized skills. Casey Collins and Danny Doyle, two trained field agents, are assigned to chaperone the amateur spies. This concept was nearly identical to Call to Danger, a series concept that had been tried with three unsuccessful pilot films in the 1960s and 1970s, the last two starring Peter Graves from Mission: Impossible. The comparison to Love Boat stemmed from the show’s casting of a different ensemble of well-known actors each week, similar to how Love Boat populated its episodes. Every episode began with the recruitment of a new group of agents, which was invariably followed by a briefing by Mr. Lavender aboard his private plane, which ended with Lavender saying, stone-faced, “Welcome to Operation Masquerade.”

Kirstie Alley Movies

♦ 1989 – Loverboy
♦ 1990 – Madhouse
♦ 1993 – Look Who’s Talking Now
♦ 1995 – Village of the Damned
♦ 1996 – Sticks & Stones
♦ 1997 – Nevada
♦ 1999 – The Mao Game
♦ 2004 – Back by Midnight
♦ 2013 – Syrup
♦ 2015 – Accidental Love

Kirstie Alley TV Shows

♦ 2002 – Glory Days
♦ 2003 – Salem Witch Trials
♦ 2003 – Profoundly Normal
♦ 2004 – Without a Trace
♦ 2005 – Fat Actress
♦ 2006 – The King of Queens – Kirstie Alley
♦ 2007 – Write & Wrong
♦ 2008 – The Hills
♦ 2010 – Kirstie Alley’s Big Life
♦ 2011–12 – Dancing with the Stars
♦ 2012 – The Manzanis
♦ 2013 – Baby Sellers
♦ 2013–14 – Kirstie
♦ 2015 – The Middle
♦ 2016 – Flaked
♦ 2018 – Celebrity Big Brother 22
♦ 2019 – The Goldbergs
♦ 2020 – You Can’t Take My Daughter