What’s Leah Remini’s net worth and salary?
American actress, author, and activist Leah Remini has a net worth in excess of $25 million. Remini is most well-known for her role as Carrie Heffernan in CBS’ sitcom “The King of Queens.” From 2016 to 2019, Remini hosted and co-produced A&E’s Emmy-winning series “Leah Remini – Scientology and The Aftermath.” She has been seen in many TV and movie shows, including “Kevin Can Wait”, “Saved by the Bell”, and “Old School”.
|Net Worth:||$25 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Jun 15, 1970 (51 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 2 in (1.6 m)|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
Leah Marie Remini was born Leah Marie Remini in Brooklyn, New York, on June 15, 1970. Vicki Remini was her mother and George Remini was her father. He owned an asbestos removal business. She has raised with half-sisters Nicole, Shannon, Elizabeth, Christine, and her sister Nicole. In 2013, Stephanie died from cancer.
Remini was raised Catholic. However, her mother started dating a Scientology member when Leah was nine years old. She soon joined the Church of Scientology. Vicki, Leah and Nicole moved to Clearwater Florida to live in a Scientology compound. Then, they relocated to Los Angeles for Leah’s 13th birthday. Remini left school at age 14 to pursue acting.
Leah’s debut acting role was in “Head Of The Class” in 1988. She then appeared on “Who’s the Boss?” in 1989. 1989. In 1989, she was cast as “Who’s the Boss?” The show ran 12 episodes and was a spin-off called “Living Dolls”, which featured Halle Berry. Remini played Stacey Carosi in six episodes of “Saved by the Bell” in 1991. Remini also appeared on “Cheers,”” “Friends,”,”Evening Shade,” and “NYPD Blue” before landing on “King of Queens.” The show aired for nine seasons and 207 episodes (1998 to 2007). In 2017, she reunited with her “King of Queens'” co-star Kevin James, when she joined the CBS series “Kevin Can Wait.”
Leah hosted “The Talk” between 2010 and 2011, and was fifth on “Dancing with the Stars 2013”. Remini also starred in many movies. She starred with Vince Vaughn and Will Ferrell in “Old School”, Ed Helms in “The Clapper,” Tracy Morgan and Tracy Morgan in “The Clapper,” and Natasha Lyonne and Jeff Garlin in “Handsome: A Netflix Mystery Movie.”
Remini’s production company No Seriously Productions signed a first-look deal with Critical Content in January 2020 to develop unscripted content. The first project, “Seeking Justice,” is an anthology documentary series that focuses on organizations that perpetuate physical and mental abuse.
Leah was a member of the Church of Scientology for more than three decades. She has been vocal about disconnection policies and the Church’s practices since her departure in 2013. This policy prohibits members from communicating or contacting people that the church considers “Suppressive People”. Remini’s family decided to leave the Church of Scientology because of this policy.
Leah’s 2015 book, “Troublemaker” was published. It received positive reviews and reached the #1 spot on “The New York Times Best Sellers List.” She began hosting “Leah Remini Scientology and The Aftermath” in 2017, which won her a Primetime Emmy Award as Outstanding Informational Series or Special.
Remini was married to Angelo Pagan, an actor, on July 19, 2003 at the Four Seasons Hotel, Las Vegas. They welcomed their daughter Sofia on June 16, 2004, Pagan also has three sons from a previous union. From 2014 to 2015, Angelo and Leah appeared on their TLC reality series “Leah Remini – It’s All Relative”. The 26-episode series featured Leah’s family members, including her mother Vicki, her stepfather George and her sister Shannon.
Remini is passionate about philanthropic work. He supports CHILD USA and Donors Choose as well as St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Wounded Warrior project, among many other charities.
Leah Remini’s Real Estate
Leah lives in a 9,300-square-foot mansion in Studio City in California. The home has 5 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms and was purchased by Leah for $3.75million in 2003. The house is valued at $8.5 million as of 2019.