Leah Remini

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Leah Remini

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Born: June 15, 1970 (1970-06-15) (age 44)
Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Years active: 1988–present
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Nationality: American
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Boobs: Natural
Body type: Slim
Hair: Brown
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Leah Marie Remini (born June 15, 1970) is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Carrie Heffernan on the CBS sitcom The King of Queens.

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[edit] Early life

Leah Remini was born in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, New York City, the daughter of Vicki Marshall, a private school teacher, and George Remini, who owned an asbestos removal company.[1] Her mother was of Austrian-Jewish background and her father was Sicilian.[2][3] Remini has an older sister, Nicole Remini (born 1969), who was her assistant on The King of Queens. She also has four half-sisters: Christina (born 1969),[4] Elizabeth (born 1976), Stephanie (born 1977), and Shannon (born 1984).

Remini moved to Los Angeles at the age of 13 with her mother.[2] When Remini was 14, she left school and worked as a hostess at a restaurant while auditioning for acting jobs.[5]

[edit] Acting career

Remini's entrance into television came in the mid-'80s, when she got her first speaking line as an actress on an episode of Head of the Class. In 1989, she played the lead on Living Dolls, a short-lived spin-off from Who's the Boss?. In 1991, Remini appeared as Carla Tortelli's daughter, Serafina on Cheers (she later reprised the role in a 1993 episode). That same year, she had a recurring role as Stacey Carosi, a love interest of Zack Morris, on Saved by the Bell, and starred in the short-lived sitcom The Man in the Family.

After appearing in two more short-lived series, First Time Out and Fired Up, Remini landed the role of Carrie Heffernan on the CBS sitcom The King of Queens. The series ran for nine seasons, ending in 2007. Since The King of Queens ended, Remini has starred in nine-episode webisodes of In the Motherhood, along with Chelsea Handler and Jenny McCarthy.[6]

[edit] Personal life

On July 19, 2003, Remini married actor Angelo Pagan who also appeared on The King of Queens as Rico and other various characters.[7] On June 16, 2004, she gave birth to a daughter, Sofia Bella a day after her 34th birthday. Remini's pregnancy was chronicled on the VH1 documentary Inside Out: Leah Remini the Baby Special. Remini was also showcased on The Rachael Ray Show during a period of time she was trying to wean her child off pacifiers and drinking from a bottle.

Remini is a member of The Church of Scientology.[3] In December 2005, she helped promote the gala opening of Church of Scientology's Psychiatry: An Industry of Death|"Psychiatry: An Industry of Death" Museum.[8] Responding to criticism of Scientology during an interview on CNN, Remini stated:[3]

If somebody is going to get turned off about something because of what they read or heard, then that person's not smart enough to even enter a church. If you're really against something, then know what you're against.

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[edit] References

  1. Leah Remini Biography (1970-). Filmreference.com. Retrieved on 2009-06-15.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Brady, James. "Leah Rimini (TV and film actress)", 2003-10-26. Retrieved on 2000-06-15.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Sieberg, Daniel. "Leah Remini:Working hard as a queen among kings", CNN.com, 2001-04-20. Retrieved on 2009-06-15.
  4. The Bob Rivers Show: Leah Remini, star of 'King of Queens'
  5. Michael A., Lipton (1999-3-29). "Tough Love" (English). People 51 (11). 
  6. Lynette, Rice (2009-3-25). ‘In the Motherhood’: Thanks, but no thanks, for your ideas, mommies!. ew.com. Retrieved on 2009-07-21.
  7. (2003-8-23) "I Do, I Do, I Do!". People 60 (8). 
  8. Vargas, Sibila. "Showbiz Tonight", CNN, 2005-12-20. Retrieved on 2006-06-08.



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