Kirstie Alley passes away from Cancer at the age 71

Kirstie Alley is no longer among us, confirmed news from their family

Kirstie Alley, the Emmy-nominated winner, also the achiever of a Golden Globe, who rose to stardom in NBC’s Sitcom “Cheers,” took her last breath on Monday from Cancer. She is very iconic onscreen, and even better, a remarkable mother and grandmother, says one of her family members.

Kirstie Alley with son True and daughter Lillie

Her death was confirmed through social media by her children True & Lillie Parker. They expressed their gratitude to the team of doctors and nurses at the Moffitt Cancer Center. The children of Kirstie Alley further extended their gratefulness and thanked fans for their love and prayers and requested to respect their privacy and give them space at this hard hurt time.

Kirstie Alley won her 2nd Emmy Award in 1994 for her character of a woman who takes care of her autistic son and gets committed to it in “David’s Mother”, a movie. Later she was nominated again fo her role in The Last Don in 1997. She kept getting nominated year after for Emmy Awards which clearly shows how talented and dedicated actress she is.

Kirstie Alley
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Alley worked for Jenny Craig as a spokesperson for weight loss system, but soon went in her own way and started a company called Organic Liaisons, just to later return back to Jenny Craig’s.

Alley was quite active on social media these past few months from tweeting about her voting for Donald Trump. She regularly shared her Emmy nominations and other night-outs, works with her beloved fans. With non-partisan, humor she became a social media classic and was pretty engaged with all the re-tweets and Instagram posts.