American actress Kirstie Alley has died. The 71-year-old actress died in a statement, her family said. He had been suffering from cancer for several years, according to the New York Times.
Ale has acted in movies and TV series for four decades. In the late eighties, he won the hearts of the audience by playing the lead role in the popular NBC TV comedy series ‘Cheers’. Ale plays Rebecca, a bar manager. He appeared in 11 episodes of the series. He won an Emmy Award in 1991 for his outstanding performance.
Later, he won the Emmy Award in 1994 for playing the lead role in another series called ‘David’s Mother’. In it, Ale played the role of the mother of an autistic child named David. He was also discussed by acting in another NBC series ‘Veronica’s Closet’.
Ale was born in 1951 in a city in Kansas, USA, where he grew up in a Roman Catholic family. He was admitted to Kansas State University but could not continue his studies. He became addicted to cocaine. He entered a rehab center in Los Angeles to recover from addiction. He became interested in acting while living in Los Angeles. He made his film debut in 1982 with the movie ‘Star Trek Two: The Worth of Khan’. Kirstie Alley married a man named Bob Alley, later divorced. After marriage with another man named Parker Stevenson, that too broke up. Al has two children, True and Lily Parker.