Summer School actress Kirstie Alley has passed away at the age of 71. The Emmy Award-winning actress battled cancer. Her belief in Scientology resurfaced online after her death. On Monday, the family of the Look Who’s Talking actress released a statement. People say:
“We are deeply saddened to inform you that our beautiful, strong and beloved mother has passed away after a short battle with cancer.” She was surrounded by her closest people and fought bravely, leaving us with reassurance that she has loads of fun in life and all kinds of experiences ahead.”
True and Lillie Parker, her children, made the announcement. Kirstie Alley rose to fame in 1987 as Rebecca Howe on the sixth season of Cheers. In 1991, she won a Golden Globe and an Emmy Award for her performance. Since then, she has worked on various projects, including Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Summer School and Village of the Damned.
Kirstie Lane belongs to the Church of Scientology. The actress strongly supports religion.
A native of Wichita, Kansas, he dropped out of college and moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in interior design. She also wanted to continue her relationship with Scientology at the time. This followed her struggle with drug abuse in 1979. She went on to praise Scientology and its Narconon treatment program for helping her overcome her cocaine addiction. She heralded the release of a comprehensive book on Science with the aim of sharing her faith in the church with her fans. Source for OK! Journal of the situation:
“Kirstie’s expression of her experiences is therapeutic.” And if she believes her religion is being questioned or questioned, she will confront anyone who gets in her way.”
Kirstie Alley fought former Scientist Leah Remini, who was on a mission to destroy the cult. Also released was Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, an award-winning A&E series. Initially, the two were friends. However, the relationship fell apart after Remini stopped practicing her religion.
Earlier, Alley commented on Remini:
“I believe that attacking another individual’s beliefs is the most abhorrent thing a human being can do.” So you are my opponent when you make the broad statement “Scientology is evil.” I won’t have people like that in my life. “I just believe it’s just not appropriate.”
After that, Alley called Remini “Your Majesty”. A source informed RadarOnline about the actress’s devotion:
“She is considered the unofficial hound of Scientology and the mother bear of religion.” She will always support it.”
From 1983 to 1997, she was married to Parker Stevenson. During their marriage, they adopted two children, William True Stevenson and Lillie Prince Stevenson.