Leah Remini Net Worth

Leah Remini (born 15 as of June 1970 in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, New York ) is an actress Italian – American. Leah Remini Net Worth Is $20 Million. She is recognized for her performance as Carrie Heffernan in the comedy The King of Queens.

Leah Remini’s Career

Remini’s entry into the film scene began with a commercial for engine oil. First seen on television, she was in the series Very Big Class, which was broadcast in 1991 on the television station ProSieben. Then came a role in Who is the boss here? , from which a spin-off under the title Living Dolls was developed, in which she held a leading role.

She also starred in Spelling Soap California High School, and the sitcom Daddy gets us all together. In addition to guest appearances in Diagnosis: Murder, New York Cops – NYPD Blue and Friends, Remini also played Rhea Perlman’s rebellious daughter Serafina in the sitcom classic Cheers.

In the movies, she starred in the role of Old School – We are leaving absolutely nothing to watch, In the NBC series being creative is all in the role of Terri Reynolds, Sharon Lawrence‘s indestructible business partner. Her breakthrough then Remini had with the television series King of Queens. There she played Carrie, the wife of Doug Heffernan ( Kevin James ), who were the two main characters in the series.

The sitcom ran from 1998 to 2007 and was one of the most successful of its kind in Germany. Between 2010 and 2011, Remini co-hosted the talk show The Talk on CBS with Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Holly Robinson Peete, Sharon Osbourne, and Marissa Jaret Winokur she left after the first season after her contract was not renewed.

In German Remini is from Christine Pappert synchronized.

Leah Remini Privacy

Leah Remini’s father George Remini owned a company for asbestos removal. Her mother Vicki Marshall ran a school. Her parents divorced in 1977. Remini has a sister and four half-sisters. From the day she was 14 years old when she left school contrary to the advice of her mother, she pursued various professions.

On 19 July 2003. Remini married her fellow actor Angelo Pagan, and a documentary of the wedding was in the VH1 series (Inside) Out. The couple has a daughter (* 2004). Since July 2014, she has presented her private life in the documentary soap Leah Remini: My crazy family and I ( Leah Remini: It is All Relative ) on the TV channel TLC, which has also been shown at TLC Germany since December 2014.

Leah Remini Net Worth

One of her best friends is Jennifer Lopez, who lived with her for three months in 2009 while Lopez’s new villa was made ready in Los Angeles.

Leah Remini Belonging to Scientology

Remini was a member of Scientology for 30 years and campaigned for memberships among her fans. She donated several million dollars in this period.

Remini’s request for the whereabouts of Shelly Miscavige, wife of Scientology chief David Miscavige, in 2006 is said to have resulted in years of interrogation, family scrutiny, and brainwashing, according to the New York Post. She left the organization in mid-2013: “She distances herself from a regime she considers corrupt. She thinks that no religion should divide a family or abuse someone under the guise of religion. ”

In November 2015 she published a book about her experience with Scientology with Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology. Remini also produced an eight-part TV documentary on Scientology Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, which has been broadcast since November 2016.




1995: A trip to hell ( Glory Daze ) of Rich Wilkes Theresa
1997: Critics and Other Freaks de Ernie Mirich : Actrice à l’audition
1999: The Girl and the Billionaire ( Follow Your Heart ) by Lorenzo Doumani: Angie LaRocca
2003: Old School ( Old School ) of Todd Phillips : Lara Campbell
2011: Toddlers and Tiaras: Where Are They Now? (court métrage) de Rachel Goldenberg et Allison Hord : Juana


TV series

1988: Be a teacher and shut up! ( Head of the class ):? (season 3, episode 5)
1989: Lady is served ( Who’s the Boss? ): Charlie Briscoe (2 episodes)
1989: Living Dolls (en): Charlene ‘Charlie’ Briscoe (12 episodes)
1990: Normal Life (in): Carol (Season 1, Episode 10)
1991: The Solitary Cavalier ( Guns of Paradise ): Rose (season 3, episode 1)
1991: Valerie (in): Joanne (season 6, episode 10)
1991: The Man in the Family (en) : Tina Bavasso (7 épisodes)
1991: Saved by the Bell ( Saved by the Bell ) Stacey Carosi (6 episodes)
1991 and 1993: Cheers: Serafina Tortelli (season 10, episode 6 and season 11, episode 15)
1992: Little Flower ( Blossom ): Ellen (season 2, episode 20)
1993: Evening Shade (en) : Daisy (3 episodes)
1994: The Commish ( The Commish ) Gail Ross (Season 3, Episode 21)
1994: The Rebelle ( Renegade ): Tina (season 3, episode 4)
1994 – 1996: Ghost 2040 ( Phantom 2040 ): Sagan Cruz / Segan Cruz (22 episodes), (voice)
1995: Diagnosis: Murder ( Diagnosis Murder ): Agnes Benedetto (season 2, episode 19)
1995: Friends : Lydia ( season 1, episode 23: The one who almost missed the delivery )
1995: First Time Out (in) : Dominique Costellano (12 episodes)
1996: Space Bikers ( Biker Mice from Mars ): Carbine (2 episodes), (voice)
1996: New York Police Blues ( NYPD Blue ): Angela Bohi ( season 3 , episode 21: Out of bounds )
1997-1998: Fired Up (en) : Terry Reynolds (28 épisodes)
1998 – 2007: A guy from Queens ( The King of Queens ): Carrie Heffernan (206 episodes)
2007-2008: In the Motherhood : Kim (8 épisodes)
2009: Lopez Tonight (en) : Carrie Heffernan (in the episode aired on 15 December 2009)
2012: The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange (en) : Butch Ravioli / Polly Prune (2 épisodes), (voix)
2013: Family Tools : Terry Baumgardner (13 épisodes)
2013: Phineas and Ferb ( Phineas and Ferb ): Doreen (voice, 2 episodes)
2014-2015: The Exes : Nicki (15 épisodes)
2017: Kevin Can Wait : Vanessa Cellucci (saison 2)


1992: Une deuxième chance (Getting Up and Going Home) de Steven Schachter : Stephanie O’Neil
1993: Harlan & Merleen de Burt Reynolds : Frankie
1995: Star Witness de Ulli Lommel : ?
1999: Robbie the Reindeer in the great polar race ( Hooves of Fire ) of Richard Starzak : Vixen (voice)
2002: Legend of the Lost Tribe de Peter Peake : Koala (voix)
2009: Married Not Dead de Andy Cadiff : Jessica
2009: It Takes a Village de Michael Fresco : Karen


2003: Inside Out: Leah Remini (documentaire)
2014: Leah Remini: It’s All Relative (in) (8 episodes)
2016: Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath (en)

Video Games

1993: Gabriel Knight: The Sins of the Fathers : Grace Nakamura (voix)


Remini was a practitioner of Scientology but left her years ago and lives a new life, even publishing a book that hits hard Scientology. Currently, Leah and her family are practicing Catholics. He now conducts a series of documentaries where he interviews victims of abuses by Scientology, “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath.”

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