What Is Kirstie Alley Religion?

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The 71 years old American actress, Kirstie Louise Alley was born on January 12, 1951, in Wichita, Kansas. Her parents are Robert Deal Alley and Lillian Alley. She has two siblings. They are Colette and Craig.

Alley went to school at Wichita Southeast High School and graduated successfully in 1969. She had her college education at Kansas State University.

Kirstie moved to Los Angeles and work as an interior designer. Alley made an appearance as a contestant on the game show Match Game in 1979 and won both rounds with $500 and $5500 respectively.

Alley starred in the television movie A Bunny’s Tale In 1987 and took up a role alongside Mark Harmon in the comedy film, Summer School.

Alley won her first Emmy award in 1991 and earned a second Emmy award for the 1994 television film, David’s Mother.

Aside she winning the Emmy awards, she also won Best Actress in Television Series -Comedy or Musical in the Golden Globe Awards, Favorite Female Television Performer in the People’s Choice Award, and many others.

What Is Kirstie Alley’s Religion?

Kirstie Alley was born and raised in a Christian home, precisely in the Methodist church. She became a member of the Church of Scientology. She became a Scientologist and she disclosed going through Narconon.

Narconon is a Scientology-related drug treatment program that helped her end her cocaine addiction.


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