Kirstie Alley, Girls Town and Who’s Talking star, dies at age 71. Kirstie Alley, who won an Emmy for her leading role in “Cheers” and starred in movies including

Alley died of cancer, which had been only recently discovered, her children True and Lillie Parker tweeted. Alley’s manager Donovan Daughtry confirmed Alley’s death

Madonna’s glamorous image is more than her acting skills; she is an even better mother and grandparent than she is an actress. Her grandkids’ eulogies indicated this

She starred opposite Ted Danson on Cheers, the cherished NBC sitcom about a Boston bar, from 1987 to 1993. She joined the show at the height of the series’ popularity following

Alley would win an Emmy for outstanding actress in a comedy series for her role in a 1991 TV show. She would later win a second Emmy for best leading actress in a miniseries

In the 1989 film “Look Who’s Talking,” Dana had a major career boost, and she also played the part of the mother of a baby who spoke the inner thoughts of Bruce Willis.

John Travolta, her co-star in both movies, paid her tribute in an Instagram statement. Kirstie’s relationship with Utley was one of the greatest I’d ever had, Travolta recounted

showing photos of Travolta and Hollywood Alley. I love you Kirstie. I know that we will see each other again, and it is deeply.