Timeline of Leah Remini
|Date of Birth:||1970 , June-15|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 3 Inch|
She is married woman. She got married to her longtime boyfriend Angelo Pagan on July 19, 2003. They announced their engagement in January 2003 and got married after two month of it. They both met for first time at a Cuban restaurant in 1996. They are still together. They have one daughter together. She has three children from her previous relationships. She moved to Los Angeles with her mother and sister at the age of 13 and dropped out her study at the early age to pursue her acting career. She made her television debut in 1986. She appeared in various TV show and she got her big break role of Charlene Brisco in the 1989 TV series Living Dolls. She released her memoir Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology on November 3, 2015. Her height is five feet and three inches and is of average body weight. She is multi-talented lady with net worth of 20 million dollars.
Leah Remini facts on timeline
Born in New York,United States
She was born on June 15, 1970 in Bensonhurst, New York City, New York, United States to parents Vicki Marshall, a schoolteacher, and George Remini, who owned an asbestos removal company. She has four siblings. She is American is of diverse descent.
Married to Angelo Pagan
She is married woman. She got married to her longtime boyfriend Angelo Pagan on July 19, 2003. They announced their engagement in January 2003 and got married after two month of it. They both met for first time at a Cuban restaurant in 1996.
Her daughter Sofia
She and her husband Angelo Pagan welcomed their daughter together on 16 June 2004. That was the day after her 34th birthday. The couple was very happy at that time and they named her daughter Sofia Bella. Previously, she has three sons.
Member of the Church of Scientology
She was the member of Church of Scientology in 1979, when she was just nine years old. She resigned the Church of Scientology in July 2013 after disputes with its management and questioning leader David Miscavige's rule, which she believed was corrupt.
She released her biography and that was on 3 November 2015. "Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology" was name of her book. In her book she wrote her experience when she was in Scientology and about her life journey.
Co-host of The Talk
She appeared as co-host on popular CBS talk show entitles "The Talk". The premiered of that show was on 18 October 2010. She drew criticism within the first week of the show's debut of being too loud, brash, and obtrusive.