Upon hearing the news of Kirstie Alley’s death, ex-husband Parker Stevenson paid tribute to the mother of his children With a touching post on Instagram.
“Dear Kirstie, I am so grateful for the years we spent together, our two incredibly beautiful children, and the grandchildren we now have.” He wrote it next to a picture of him smiling for the camera while holding the translator’s shirt. The actor, who was also married to Alley from 1983 to 1997, concludes by saying, “We will miss you. With love, Parker.”
The star left an indelible mark on those who knew him. In fact, many of my colleagues have shared Emotional messages remembering the artist who played Rebecca Howe in ‘Cheers’, The role that won him an Emmy Award in 1993 and a Golden Globe in 1991.
One of the first to pay tribute to you was John Travolta, The artist who has had a great friendship since performing together, as well as the two sequels ‘Look who’s talk’ (1989) and ‘Look who’s talk too’ (1990) and ‘Look who’s talk now’ (1993).
“Kirstie’s It’s one of the most special relationships I’ve ever had.” He talked about the late actor. “I love you, Kirstie. I know we’ll see each other again,” she added. The movie ‘Look Who’s Talking’.
For the actress, Travolta was her great passion. Without going any further, during the recording of the American edition of ‘Big Brother Celebrity’, Alley revealed that he was the love of his life and that he loved her. “If I wasn’t married I would marry him and get on the plane because he has his own plane.” he said funny.
However, although Travolta is said to have felt the same way about him, they did not act on his feelings. The actor was married to Stevenson at the time but they divorced in 1997. however, the actress married Kelly Preston in 1991, who died of breast cancer in 2020.
Kelsey Grammer Jamie Lee Curtis and many other artists also reacted to Alley’s death. As such, ‘Cheers’ actor Kelsey Grammer wrote: “I’ve always believed it was a private matter to feel sorry for a well-known figure, but I will say I love it.”
Likewise, the two big stars of the same series, Ted Danson and Rhea Perlman, also expressed their sadness. “I was on a plane today and did something I rarely do. I watched an old episode of ‘Cheers.’ This was the episode where Tom Berenger proposed to Kirstie, who desperately wanted to say yes but said no. Kirstie was really great in this movie.” Danson remembered.
“His ability to portray a woman on the verge of a nervous breakdown was touching and hysterically hilarious. It made me laugh when I was shooting that scene 30 years ago, and it makes me laugh just as much today. When I got off the plane, I heard Kirstie died.” I am grateful. I send my love to your children. As you know, their mother had a heart of gold. I will miss him. ‘ he concludes.
For Perlman, “Kirstie was a unique and wonderful person and friend. The joy of being was boundless. When he joined the cast of ‘Cheers’, we became friends almost instantly. He loved children and my children loved him too. We slept through his house with the scavenger hunt he created. He held big parties for Halloween and Easter and invited the entire crew of the program and their families. I wanted everyone to feel included. He loved his children deeply. I’ve never met anyone from afar like him. I am so grateful to have met him… I will miss him very, very much.” revealed.
Alley’s friend and partner, Jamie Lee Curtis, chose to post a photo of the two of them on Instagram. “I just heard the sad news of Kirstie’s death,” he wrote before greeting Alley. “Like a great comedy on @tvscreamqueens and a beautiful mama bear in real life.”
Talking about his personal ties, Curtis continues: “He helped me get my family overalls for Christmas that year. We differed on some issues, but we had mutual respect and bonds. Sad news.”
Tim Allen, who co-starred with Alley in the 1997 movie For Richer or Poorer, also turned to the nets to show his regret: “Sweet soul. Sad, sad news. Prayers for his entire family,” he tweeted.
The same sentiment was expressed by comedian Steve Guttenberg on his Instagram to the actress: “Kirstie welcomed me home with a tuna sandwich on my favorite bread. ‘Steve, I know all about you and your love for rye bread. Eat some tuna.’ It We were rehearsing Takes Two and He amazed me every day with his tangible generosity and sentiment. The world is kind of empty without Kirstie.”
Actress Jackée Harry also wrote a few words on Twitter: “Whether you agree with him or not, he was an undeniable talent. He brought joy to many through the screen and with his warm and cheerful spirit. RIP, my love. You were one of a kind.”
Megyn Kelly also said goodbye in another tweet: “This is very sad news. She is a beautiful, brave, funny and well-loved woman. Rest in peace Kirstie Alley.
Taylor Lautner, who starred with the artist in the movie ‘Scream Queens’, He chose to share a moment from the series on Instagram. “It’s an honor to work with and know you, Kirstie. RIP”, He approved next to a heart emoji.
Valerie Bertinelli also used the expressions: a broken heart and praying hands “Oh, Kirstie. Rest in peace.”
Scott Baio didn’t miss either: “What a talented and sweet person. We will miss you. My condolences to your children and other loved ones.”
And finally, musician Travis Tritt tweeted. “Shocked and saddened by the news of Kirstie Alley”.
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