Steve Guttenberg mourns Kirstie Alley after her death – Hollywood Life +2023

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Stephen Guttenberg shared a heartbreaking tribute to his former co-star Kirstie Alley after her death after a private battle with cancer. The actor, 65, starred with the cheers Icon in the 1995s It takes two Next Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. “Kirstie met me at her house with a tuna sandwich on my favorite bread: ‘Steve, I know all about you and your love of rye bread, eat some tuna,'” he said the honor began above Instagramremembers one of their earliest interactions.

Kirstie was remembered by Steve in an emotional Instagram post. (Instagram/Steve Guttenberg)

“We rehearsed It takes two, and she amazed me every day with her generosity of the tangible and with her fullness of soul. The world is a little empty without Kirstie,” he added alongside an outtake of them from the family rom-com. In the film, Steve’s character – a millionaire – is matched by the Olsens, who switch places, with Kirstie’s character, a social worker.

Kirstie Alley and Steve Guttenberg star in a scene from It Takes Two – the same image Steve posted on his Instagram. (Everett Collection)

The mail came shortly after Kirstie’s children William Stevenson30 and Lili Stevenson28, announced that cheers Star’s death after a private battle with cancer. “We are saddened to announce that our incredible, wild and loving mother has passed away after a only recently discovered battle with cancer,” they began Dec. 5. “She was surrounded by her closest family and fought with great strength. She leaves us the certainty of her endless zest for life and all the adventures that lie ahead. As iconic as she was on screen, she was an even more amazing mother and grandmother,” they continued, thanking the Moffitt Cancer Center for their caring.

Kirstie and Steve starred with the Olsen twins in the movie It Takes Two. (Everett Collection)

“The zest for life and passion of our mother, her children, grandchildren and their many animals, not to mention their everlasting joy in creating, was unparalleled and inspires us to live life to the fullest, just as she did,” they wrote them before signing. “We thank you for your love and prayers and ask that you respect our privacy at this difficult time.”

Kirstie was also remembered by her Look who’s talking co-star John Travolta, 68, via social media. “Kirstie was one of the most special relationships I’ve ever had,” she said Fat icon said on December 5th. “I love you Kirstie. I know we will meet again,” he wrote.

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