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Kirstie Alley

Kirstie Alley
  • First Movie - Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)
  • Last Movie - You Can't Take My Daughter (2020)
  • Total Movies - 45
  • Highest Grossing Movies
    • UK: Look Who's Talking (1990)
    • US: Look Who's Talking (1989)
    • World: Look Who's Talking (1989)
  • Combined grosses
    • UK - £22.5 Million
    • US - $266.8 Million
    • Global - $307.9 Million
  • Highest Rated Movie - Champions (1984) - 90%
  • Lowest rated movie - Look Who's Talking Now (1994) - 2%

Acting credits By Year of release

Year

1.

You Can't Take My Daughter

(Kirstie Alley plays Suzanne)

Directed by: Tori Garrett

Starring: Lyndsy Fonseca and Kirstie Alley

2020
2.

Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief

Directed by: Alex Gibney

Starring: Lawrence Wright and Mike Rinder

2015
3.

Accidental Love

Directed by: David O. Russell

Starring: Jessica Biel and Raymond L. Brown Jr.

2015
4.

Baby Sellers

(Kirstie Alley plays Carla Huxley)

Directed by: Nick Willing

Starring: Jennifer Finnigan and Kirstie Alley

2013
5.

Syrup

(Kirstie Alley plays Kirstie Alley)

Directed by: Aram Rappaport

Starring: Juan Luis Acevedo and Kirstie Alley

2013
6.

The Manzanis

(Kirstie Alley plays Angela)

Directed by: Scott Ellis

Starring: Kirstie Alley and Rhea Perlman

2012
7.

Write and Wrong

(Kirstie Alley plays Byrdie Langdon)

Directed by: Graeme Clifford

Starring: Kirstie Alley and Eric Christian Olsen

2007
8.

The Minister of Divine

(Kirstie Alley plays Sydney Hudson)

Directed by: Pamela Fryman

Starring: Kirstie Alley and Malcolm Barrett

2007
9.

While I Was Gone

(Kirstie Alley plays Jo Beckett)

Directed by: Mike Robe

Starring: Kirstie Alley and Bill Smitrovich

2004
10.

Family Sins

(Kirstie Alley plays Brenda Geck)

Directed by: Graeme Clifford

Starring: Kirstie Alley and Deanna Milligan

2004
11.

Back By Midnight

(Kirstie Alley plays Gloria Beaumont)

Directed by: Harry Basil

Starring: Rodney Dangerfield and Randy Quaid

2004
12.

Profoundly Normal

(Kirstie Alley plays Donna Lee Shelby Thornton)

Directed by: Graeme Clifford

Starring: Kirstie Alley and Delroy Lindo

2003
13.

Salem Witch Trials

(Kirstie Alley plays Ann Putnam)

Directed by: Joseph Sargent

Starring: Kirstie Alley and Henry Czerny

2002
14.

Drop Dead Gorgeous

Directed by: Michael Patrick Jann

Starring: Kirsten Dunst and Ellen Barkin

1999
15.

The Mao Game

(Kirstie Alley plays Diane Highland)

Directed by: Joshua John Miller

Starring: Veronica Alicino and Kirstie Alley

1999
16.

Deconstructing Harry

Directed by: Woody Allen

Starring: Woody Allen and Richard Benjamin

1998
17.

For Richer Or Poorer

Directed by: Bryan Spicer

Starring: Tim Allen and Kirstie Alley

1997
18.

Nevada

(Kirstie Alley plays McGill)

Directed by: Gary Tieche

Starring: Amy Brenneman and Ben Browder

1997
19.

Radiant City

(Kirstie Alley plays Gloria Goodman)

Directed by: Robert Allan Ackerman

Starring: Kirstie Alley and Clancy Brown

1996
20.

Suddenly

(Kirstie Alley plays Marty Doyle)

Directed by: Robert Allan Ackerman

Starring: Kirstie Alley and Jason Beghe

1996
21.

Sticks and Stones

(Kirstie Alley plays Joey's Mom)

Directed by: Neil Tolkin

Starring: Justin Isfeld and Max Goldblatt

1996
22.

Village of the Damned

Directed by: John Carpenter

Starring: Christopher Reeve and Kirstie Alley

1995
23.

Peter and the Wolf

(Kirstie Alley plays Annie / Bird / Duck / Cat)

Directed by: George Daugherty and Jean Flynn

Starring: Kirstie Alley and Lloyd Bridges

1995
24.

It Takes Two

Directed by: Andy Tennant

Starring: Kirstie Alley and Steve Guttenberg

1995
25.

Look Who's Talking Now

Directed by: Tom Ropelewski

Starring: John Travolta and Kirstie Alley

1994
26.

Davids Mother

(Kirstie Alley plays Sally Goodson)

Directed by: Robert Allan Ackerman

Starring: Kirstie Alley and Sam Waterston

1994
27.

Sibling Rivalry

Directed by: Carl Reiner

Starring: Kirstie Alley and Bill Pullman

1991
28.

Look Who's Talking Too

(Kirstie Alley plays Mollie)

Directed by: Amy Heckerling

Starring: John Travolta and Kirstie Alley

1991
29.

Madhouse

Directed by: Tom Ropelewski

Starring: John Larroquette and Kirstie Alley

1990
30.

Look Who's Talking

(Kirstie Alley plays Mollie)

Directed by: Amy Heckerling

Starring: John Travolta and Kirstie Alley

1990
31.

Loverboy

Directed by: Joan Micklin Silver

Starring: Patrick Dempsey and Kate Jackson

1989
32.

Deadly Pursuit

Directed by: Roger Spottiswoode

Starring: Sidney Poitier and Tom Berenger

1988
33.

She's Having a Baby

Directed by: John Hughes

Starring: Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth McGovern

1988
34.

Infidelity

(Kirstie Alley plays Ellie Denato)

Directed by: David Lowell Rich

Starring: Kirstie Alley and Lee Horsley

1987
35.

Summer School

(Kirstie Alley plays Ms. Robin Elizabeth Bishop)

Directed by: Carl Reiner

Starring: Mark Harmon and Kirstie Alley

1987
36.

Stark Mirror Image

(Kirstie Alley plays Maggie Carter)

Directed by: Noel Nosseck

Starring: Nicolas Surovy and Kirstie Alley

1986
37.

Prince of Bel Air

(Kirstie Alley plays Jamie Harrison)

Directed by: Charles Braverman

Starring: Mark Harmon and Kirstie Alley

1986
38.

Runaway

(Kirstie Alley plays Jackie Rogers)

Directed by: Michael Crichton

Starring: Tom Selleck and Cynthia Rhodes

1985
39.

A Bunnys Tale

(Kirstie Alley plays Gloria Steinem)

Directed by: Karen Arthur

Starring: Kirstie Alley and Cotter Smith

1985
40.

Sins of the Past

(Kirstie Alley plays Patrice Cantwell)

Directed by: Peter H. Hunt

Starring: Barbara Carrera and Kim Cattrall

1984
41.

Champions

Directed by: John Irvin

Starring: John Hurt and Gregory Jones

1984
42.

Blind Date

(Kirstie Alley plays Claire Simpson)

Directed by: Nico Mastorakis

Starring: Joseph Bottoms and Kirstie Alley

1984
43.

Highway Honeys

(Kirstie Alley plays Draggin' Lady)

Directed by: Rod Amateau

Starring: Kirstie Alley and Rod Amateau

1983
44.

One More Chance

(Kirstie Alley plays Sheila)

Directed by: Sam Firstenberg

Starring: John LaMotta and Marvin Flint

1983
45.

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

Directed by: Nicholas Meyer

Starring: William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy

1982