Kelsey Grammer, Jamie Lee Curtis and Other Stars React to Kirstie Alley’s Death: ‘You Were One of a Kind’

Kelsey Grammer, Jamie Lee Curtis and Other Stars React to Kirstie Alley's Death: 'You Were One of a Kind'

Hollywood remembers Kirsty Alley after her death.

On Monday, True and Lily Parker, two Cheers graduates, announced the Emmy winner had died of cancer. He is 71 years old.

Pearlman added : “Kirsty is a unique and wonderful person and friend. Her joie de vivre knows no bounds. We became friends immediately when she joined the cast of Cheers. She loves kids and my kids love her too. We do.” spends the night at his house hunting for treasures he creates. He throws huge Halloween and Easter parties and invites the entire cast of the show and their families. He wants everyone to feel included. He loves his children very much. I have never met anyone like him . I am so grateful to know him. I will miss him so much.”

Alley’s friend and Scream Queens co-star Jamie Lee Curtis shared a photo of the two from the Fox series on Instagram.

“Just heard the sad news that Kirsty Alley has passed away,” he wrote, before paying tribute to Alley “for being a great slide comic on @tvscreamqueens and a lovely Mama Bear in real life.”

Credit image- people

On their personal relationship, Curtis continued, “He helped me buy compositions for my family for Christmas that year. We agreed we disagreed on a number of things, but we have a mutual respect and connection. Bad news.”

Tim Allen, a cast member of Allie in the 1997 film For Richer or Poorer, tweeted: “Sweet soul has left Christy Alley. Sad, sad news. Prayers to all her family.”

John Travolta, who starred in the 1989 film Look Who’s Talking with Ali, wrote on Instagram: “Kirsty is one of the most amazing relationships I’ve ever had. I love you. I know we’ll meet again.”

Alley’s It Takes Two, another actor, Steve Guttenberg, also posted a tribute to the actress on Instagram. “Kirsty welcomed me into her home with a tuna sandwich on top of my favorite sandwich. “Steve I know all about you and your love of whole wheat bread. Eat tuna.” We rehearsed It Takes Two and she amazes me every day with her generosity to the real thing and her genuine soul. The world is a little empty without Kirsty,” she wrote.

Credit image- People

Broadway and film star Kristin Chenoweth tweeted, “RIP Kirsty. I love you so much. We’ll see each other again.”
Jackée Harry wrote her own tribute on Twitter, alongside a tweet Alley wrote in 2018. “Whether you agree with her or not, Kirstie Alley is an undeniable talent who brings joy to so many – through screens and with her warm and happy spirit. RIP dear. You are the only one,” he wrote.

In a tweet, Megyn Kelly wrote of Ali’s death: “This is very sad news. Beautiful, brave, funny and loved woman. Rest in peace Kirsty Alley.

Taylor Lautner, who also stars in Scream Queens with Alley, shared a moment from the series on his Instagram story.

“It was an honor to work with you and meet your Kirstie. RIP,” Lautner wrote, adding a heart emoji.
Sharing a broken heart emoji and a praying hands emoji, Valerie Bertinelli wrote on Twitter, “Oh Kirsty 💔Rest In Peace 🙏🏻”

Scott Baio also wrote of the news: ‘What a sweet, talented man. We will miss you. I send my deepest condolences to your children and the rest of the family.’

Musician Travis Tritt tweeted that he was “shocked and saddened by the news about Kirsty Alley.”

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.