Actress Kirstie Alley, who starred in ‘Cheers,’ dies

Actress Kirstie Alley, who starred in ‘Cheers,’ dies

“Cheers” actress died at 71 of cancer Kirstie Alley “Cheers” actress died of cancer at 71

Los Angeles (USA), Dec.– La En España Cheers is linked to the good memories of the after-dinner meal, at the end of the 80s within the Jesús Hermida program A mi manera. That preferential window in TVE programming, which still only competed with the regional channels, gave greater prominence to the phenomenon that was in the US.

The bar comedy, with Ted Danson and Alley in their sexual tension in each episode, turned Cheers into the outpost of choral sitcoms that had the greatest voltage in their dialogues.

In full success of the television series, Alley also starred in Look Who’s Talking (1989) with John Travolta, the story of a baby raised by a single mother. The boy narrated his experiences in the first person (in Spain the voice was given by the comedian Moncho Borrrajo).

That was the highly successful stage of Kirstie Alley, who has died in Los Angeles at the age of 71, a victim of cancer.

“We are very saddened to report that our incredible, fierce, fierce and loving mother has passed away after a battle with cancer,” the actress’s Twitter account read in a statement issued by her children True and Lillie Parker. The newsletter describes that before she died, the two-time Emmy winner was surrounded by her closest family and loved ones, and that she “fought hard,” showing her joy at every turn. life of her In addition, they assured that although she was an “iconic” figure of cinema and television, she was even more of a better mother and grandmother.

Alley’s (Wichita, Kansas, 1951) career began in 1982 in the movie Star Trek II. In 1987 she was hired to be part of Cheers, one of the most important comedies on American television in which she played Rebecca Howe, a bar manager who aspires to marry a millionaire man from Boston. This role earned her an Emmy for Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series in 1991 and a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Comedy/Musical Series the same year.

She had problems with being overweight throughout her life and even starred in ‘reality shows’ such as La báscula.

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