Alyssa Milano was born in New York City and is an American actress, author, and singer.
Milano has starred in numerous films and television shows, including Charmed, My Name Is Earl, Mistresses, Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later, and Insatiable (in which she played Coralee Armstrong). She is a political activist who is well-known for her work with the Me Too movement.
By 2022, Alyssa Milano’s fortune is expected to have increased to around $10 million.
On December 19, 1972, Alyssa Jayne Milano entered the world in Brooklyn, New York. Her mother is the fashion designer and talent manager Lin Milano, and her father is the film music editor Thomas M. Milano. She was reared Roman Catholic by her Italian-American parents. Milano’s little brother, Cory, is ten years younger than she is.
Alyssa Milano’s Net Worth
By 2022, Alyssa’s net worth will be $10 million. Alyssa’s salary for her stint on “Charmed” was $90,000 each episode, or about $2 million for the entire season.
Milano’s babysitter took her to an audition for an “Annie” national tour when she was 7 years old. It appears that Milano’s parents were not consulted prior to this happening. When Milano auditioned, she was one of more than 1,500 female candidates, but she was ultimately picked for one of the four lead roles. Milano and her mother spent 18 months on the road with the theatre group while she was in the play. After moving back to the Big Apple, Milano started making appearances in both on- and off-Broadway commercials and plays.
Milano made her cinematic debut in the drama “Old Enough,” which was released in August 1984, when she was only 11 years old. The film took up the top prize at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. In September of 1984, she began appearing on ABC’s “Who’s the Boss?” as the daughter of the character played by Tony Danza. Her whole family had relocated to Los Angeles that same year to be closer to the action of the show’s production. From its debut in 1987 through its cancellation in 1992, she appeared in all 196 episodes throughout 8 seasons.
She became a household name and adolescent idol thanks to this part, which also led to numerous other acting opportunities. Among her early acting credits is “Commando,” in which she co-starred alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger when she was just 12 years old (1985). She had many theatre roles in Los Angeles, including Wendy Wasserstein’s “Tender Offer,” John O’Keefe’s “All Night Long,” and Michael Frayn’s “Butterflies Are Free” (December 1991 – January 1992).
After one of Japan’s top producers saw Milano perform, he gave her a five-album contract. To date, she has only released four studio albums: 1989’s “Look in My Heart,” 1989’s “Alyssa,” 1991’s “Locked Inside a Dream,” and 1992’s “Do You See Me?” (1992). Milano has been vocal in her displeasure with the CDs, calling their sound “bubblegum pop” and slamming their overall quality as a whole. Her international success as a musician was moderate; in Japan, she was certified platinum. She said she would “much prefer to have [her music] released where it’s appreciated rather than laughed at,” therefore she decided against pursuing a music career in her own country of the United States. She went on to star in and direct several films, including the indie feature “Where the Day Takes You” (1989) and the television movies “Crash Course” (1988) and “Dance til’ Dawn” (1988). (1992). Milano featured in several sexual films, such as “Embrace of the Vampire” (1995) and “Deadly Sins,” to disassociate herself from the “good girl” image she had developed through her work on “Who’s the Boss?” (1995). She had some revealing sequences in these movies.
Milano played Jennifer Mancini on “Melrose Place” for seasons 5-7 (1995–1998). She landed the role of Phoebe Halliwell on the set of “Charmed” after her time on “Melrose Place” came to an end. Season 8 aired in 2012, marking the end of the show’s 8-season run. When the fifth season of “Charmed” aired, not only did Milano star in the show, but she also took on the role of producer. She then went on to star in the 2013–2014 series “Mistresses” and the 2016 Netflix original “Insatiable” (2018-2019). It’s not just TV for Milano; she’s also been in movies including “My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend” (2010) and “Hall Pass” (2011).
Milano’s relationship with Corey Haim, an actor, lasted from 1987 to 1990, despite the latter’s ongoing drug abuse. Milano and his management reportedly attempted to get him into treatment but were ultimately unsuccessful. Her engagement to actor Scott Wolf occurred in 1993. But a year after being engaged, they broke up and divorced. She disclosed in 2019 that she became pregnant in 1993 while still dating Wolf despite taking birth control. She had two abortions. After dating for a year, Milano popped the question to Creative Artists Agency agent David Bugliari in 2008. In August of 2009, they tied the knot in Bugliari’s childhood home. They have two kids: a son born in August 2011 and a daughter born in September 2014.