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Alyssa info
Occupation: Actress, Producer
Name: Alyssa Jayne Milano
Date of Birth: Dec., 19, 1972
Place of Birth: Brooklyn N.Y., USA
Sign: Sagittarius
Height: 5'2"
Tattoos: 8
Education: Bel Air Preparatory School, Los Angeles
Favorite Movie: It's A Wonderful Life
Lifestyle: Vegetarian
Current Relationships: New love Josh Shambaugh
Old Relationships: Ex-husband: Cinjun Tate (Singer band; Remy Zero) - Ex Brian Krause (Leo)
Family: Father Tom Milano - Mother Lin Milano - Brother Cory Milano

Alyssa Quotes

On the glam life: "When I get invitations to movie premieres, I'm like, why bother? If I see a movie, I want to put on my sweats and go and get popcorn. I just don't really see the point of getting all dressed up to see a movie." - Five words that describe me: "Compassionate, loyal, obsessive, professional, driven." - Baby talk: "Every time I decide I want to have a child, I get another animal. I have two dogs, eight birds and three horses. Does that tell you anything?"


Brief History
Best known for her role on the long-running comedy "Who's the Boss," Alyssa Milano literally grew up on television.
Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Alyssa got her thespian start in 1980 with the national touring company of "Annie." Soon after, at the age of 10, she was cast as Samantha Micelli in "Who's the Boss" and starred on the series opposite Tony Danza for eight years. The show completed its last season in 1992, and she continued to hone her talents on both the big and small screen. Most recently, Alyssa starred on the prime time serial "Melrose Place," and "Gold Rush," an original film aired as part of "The Wonderful World of Disney."

Alyssa has starred in a wide range of television movie roles including "Braving Alaska," "The Surrogate," "Confessions of a Sorority Girl," "Casualties of Love: The Long Island Lolita Story," "Conflict of Interest" and "Candles in the Dark."
On stage, Alyssa starred in "Tender Offer," a one-act play written by Wendy Wasserstein; "All Night Long"; and the first American musical adaptation of "Jane Eyre." She returned to her theater roots in 1991 when she starred in and produced a Los Angeles production of "Butterflies Are Free."

A performer of many talents, Alyssa also enjoys a successful recording career in the Orient, having released five albums including her most recent work, "Do You See Me?" Her first album, "Look In My Heart," was second only to Madonna overseas and received platinum status.