Kirstie Alley has punctuated her career with multiple awards and
success in top-grossing films and highly acclaimed television
programs. Kirstie most recently appeared in the CBS Movie of the
Week Family Sins, to rave reviews. She is best known for her
portrayal of “Rebecca Howe” on NBC’s Cheers, one of the most
critically and commercially beloved sitcoms of all time. During her
six years on the show, she captured Emmy, Golden Globe, and
People’s Choice Awards for Best Actress in a Comedy Series.
Kirstie continued her sitcom success as the producer and star of
NBC’s Veronica’s Closet, for which she earned a People’s Choice
award, as well as Emmy, SAG, and Golden Globe nominations.
Other television credits include CBS MOW David’s Mother, for
which she won an Emmy, and the mini-series The Last Don,
adapted from the novel by Mario Puzo.
Kirstie’s made her film debut in StarTrek II: The Wrath of Khan,
and starred opposite John Travolta in the wildly successful Look
Who’s Talking series. Other film credits include Woody Allen’s
Deconstructing Harry, Drop Dead Gorgeous, For Richer or Poorer,
and Summer School.
In 2003, Kirstie portrayed the mentally disabled Brenda Hampton
in the CBS Movie of the week PROFOUNDLY NORMAL. She also
played Ann Putnam in the CBS TV Miniseries SALEM WITCH
She most recently starred in The CBS Movie of the week, FAMILY
SINS and WHILE I WAS GONE. Kirstie's current projects include
Showtime's Fat Actress.
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Kirstie Alley Resigns From Jenny Craig
7/29/08 Former Jenny Craig spokeswoman Kirstie Alley admitted in the
new issue of People that she has gained 83 pounds since ending her
contract with the company. While she was with Jenny Craig, she weighed
145 pounds. Two years later, she weighs 228 pounds but she is ready to
get back in shape again.
Today, Alley says she is primed to hire a trainer, toss the butter and sign
up for a triathlon in order to whittle her “schlumpy” figure back down to a
bikini-ready 140 lbs. “I’m going to have to work harder than last time,” she
says, but “I’m way excited.” [Source]