Alyssa Milano Net Worth

How much is Alyssa Milano worth?

Net Worth:$10 Million
Profession:Professional Actress
Date of Birth:December 19, 1972
Country:United States of America
1.57 m

About Alyssa Milano

She gained notoriety on Who’s the Boss before causing controversy on Melrose Place and using cunning in Charmed. When she portrayed Tony Danza’s smart aleck daughter on Who’s the Boss?, Alyssa Milano shot to prominence as a young child. However, this Hollywood beauty has proven her staying power with a career full of movie appearances and leading roles on some of the most popular TV shows.

American actress, producer, singer, author, and activist Alyssa Milano has an estimated net worth of $10 million dollars, as of 2023.

Young Boss

Alyssa Jayne Milano is from Brooklyn, New York, just like her Who’s the Boss? persona, but she spent her early years just a ferry trip away on Staten Island. When Alyssa was seven years old, her babysitter took her to an audition for a nationwide tour of the musical Annie, and the gifted kid beat out 1,500 other applicants to land a part.

When she returned from her 18-month tour with Annie, she made several off-Broadway appearances. The 10-year-old, who had caught the acting bug, travelled to Los Angeles to try out for the part of Samantha Micelli on Who’s the Boss? After getting the job, she moved to the West Coast with her family.

The Hottest Witch on TV went from A Teen Idol

Alyssa worked alongside Tony Danza on Boss for eight seasons, and she swiftly rose to the status of bankable teen idol with TV and feature film credits. She appeared in the 1985 film Commando with future governor Arnold Schwarzenegger as her co-star. She also participated in the 1988 NBC high school comedy Dance ‘Til Dawn with Christina Applegate and Matthew Perry. When Milano released the album Look in My Heart in 1989, she performed the role of the teen idol. She released three additional studio albums and two compilations after her debut, but her music career only became successful in Japan. She left the music industry in 1992 so that she could devote herself entirely to acting.

Alyssa concentrated on discarding her nice girl teen idol image after Boss was canceled by taking on some contentious adult roles. She discarded her clothes in the straight-to-video pornographic thriller Poison Ivy II: Lily after playing Amy Fischer in the high-profile TV film Casualties of Love: The Long Island Lolita Story.

After starring opposite Reese Witherspoon in the well-received film Fear, her luck turned once more in 1997 when she secured a lucrative role on Aaron Spelling’s Melrose Place.

Alyssa began her eight-year career as the lead in another Spelling project, Charmed, in 1998. She portrayed Phoebe Halliwell, one of three witchy sisters. The program was a great hit, but Alyssa’s conflicts with co-star Shannen Doherty caused conflict on set and Doherty’s termination after three seasons.

However, Alyssa has remained active ever since Charmed’s cancellation in 2006. She debuted 2011 with a supporting part opposite Owen Wilson and Christina Applegate in Hall Pass before making an appearance in the NBC sitcom My Name is Earl.

Charity And Baseball

Alyssa, a lifelong supporter of the Los Angeles Dodgers, blogs frequently for and has worked as a playoff correspondent for TBS Hot Corner. She debuted her Touch team wear collection for female baseball enthusiasts in 2007. Alyssa has additionally demonstrated her generosity by serving as the Global Network for Neglected Tropical Disease Control’s founding ambassador and donating $250,000 to the organization. She has held a photography show for Nkosi’s Haven, an organization that operates care facilities for mothers and children with AIDS in South Africa, and she also tours the world as a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF.

A Love Life With Some Chaos

Milano has experience dating famous people. From 1987 to 1990, she dated troubled actor Corey Haim. In 1993, she got engaged to Party of Five actor Scott Wolf. The romance between the two ended in 2004, and after that Milano wed Cinjun Tate, the main singer of Remy Zero. The union lasted less than a year, and by 2000 Milano was back on the market.

Before experiencing a succession of relationships with pitchers Carl Pavano, Barry Zito, and Brad Penny in the early 2000s, Milano recovered with Charmed co-star Brian Krause and the newly single Justin Timberlake. But in 2009, she finally put an end to her fondness for baseball players when she wed agency David Bugliari. In February 2011, the couple made their first child’s impending arrival public.

“I don’t think I could be on a reality show. I don’t know, I’d rather quit. If that’s where my career was at, I think I would rather quit the business and become a doctor or something.”

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