‘Cheers’ actress Kirstie Alley was married twice during her high-profile life and career. Here’s what to know about Parker Stevenson and Bob Alley, as the world mourns her death.
One of the small and big screen’s most beloved stars, Kirstie Alley, died on December 5, and many are wondering about her life behind the camera. Kirstie, who passed at the age of 71, had an extremely high-profile career, from her breakout role as seductive Rebecca Howe opposite Ted Danson on Cheers, to film roles including the one opposite John Travolta in Look Who’s Talking.
Kirstie married fellow actor Parker Stevenson, now 70, on December 22, 1983. Though the marriage ended in 1997, the couple welcomed two children through adoption, Lillie, 28 and William [who goes by True,] 30, with the Hardy Boys star after a reported miscarriage. In 2016, the former couple became grandparents when William had his own son. The marriage was allegedly fraught with difficulties, and in 2012 the gorgeous actress even opened up about feelings she had for people outside the marriage.
Per The Hollywood Reporter, while promoting her book The Art of Men (I Prefer Mine al Dente), she admitted that her “greatest love” was film costar John Travolta, though she kept it in for the sake of her marriage. “Believe me, it took everything that I had, inside, outside, whatever, to not run off and marry John — and be with John for the rest of my life,” she said, per The Huffington Post at the time.
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