‘A Sweet Soul’ Tim Allen Offers His Condolences on the Passing of His One-Time Co-Star Kirstie Alley

Star of the new series “The Santa Clauses” Tim Allen offered his condolences tonight on the passing of his one-time co-star Kirstie Allen.

The two starred in the 1997 comedy “For Richer or Poorer” as a married New York socialite couple who end up living an Amish lifestyle in Pennsylvania for a brief period of time.

Allen said in a tweet, “A sweet soul pass on in Kristie Alley. Sad, sad news. Prayers for all her family.”

Others offered their thoughts and prayers as well including country music legend Travis Tritt who was “Shocked and saddened by the news.”

Conservative commentator Candace Owens echoed Allen’s words in a tweet as she said that she was “So sad about Kirstie Alley. She was so sweet. Sending love to her family.”

Trump-endorsed author Nick Adams said of her passing that, “Hollywood lost one of their brightest shining stars today with the tragic passing of Kirstie Alley.”

“Kirstie loved her country and President Trump, and she will always be remembered for her award winning role in Cheers. Rest in Peace. America will never be the same,” Adams acknowledged.

As we previously reported, Alley has passed away at 71 years old after a battle with cancer, her children announced today.

Alley also starred in the sitcom “Cheers” as well as movies like “Look Who’s Talking” (plus the two sequels) and “Drop Dead Gorgeous.”


  1. I’m so sad to hear this. RIP. My deepest condolences to her family.

  2. If you weren’t entertained when you watched her work, then you didn’t really watch her work.

  3. She did a great job as actress in for richer or poorer. I remember her as a Vulcan in I believe in The Wrath of Khan. A wonderful entertainer.

  4. we always enjoyed her performances. She’ll be missed.

  5. Oh yes, everyone’s sad about Kristie, especially all the liberals who blackballed her and stole her career.

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