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Alyssa Milano

Birthdate: (41)
Birthplace: NY, USA
Immediate Family:

Daughter of <private> Milano and <private> Milano (Unknown)
Wife of <private> Bugliari
Ex-wife of <private> Tate
Sister of <private> Milano

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Immediate Family

    • <private> Tate
    • <private> Bugliari
    • ex-partner
    • ex-partner
    • <private> Milano
    • <private> Milano (Unknown)
    • <private> Milano
    • <private> Cameron
      ex-partner's child
    • <private> Cameron
      ex-partner's child
    • <private> Cameron
      ex-partner's child
    • <private> Cameron
      ex-partner's child
    • Minor Child
      ex-partner's child

About Alyssa Milano

Birth Name

Alyssa Jayne Milano





5' 2" (1.57 m)

Mini Biography

Alyssa Milano is the daughter of Italian-American parents Lin, a fashion designer, and Tom, a film music editor. Alyssa was born in a working class neighborhood in Brooklyn and grew up in a modest house on Staten Island. One day, her babysitter, who was an aspiring dancer, dragged Alyssa along to a an open audtion for the first national tour of Annie. But it was Alyssa, not the sitter, who beat out 1,500 other wanna be stage actresses to snag a role. So at the tender age of seven, with her mother in tow, Alyssa joined the tour as July, one of the orphans. After 18 months on the road, Alyssa, who had begun to garner a reputation as an energetic and charismatic young actress, left Annie to be featured in off-Broadway productions and television commercials. Then, in 1983 at age 10, she landed her breakthrough role on the new sitcom "Who's the Boss?" (1984) as Tony Danza's saccharine sweet daughter, Samantha Micelli, a kid whose native Brooklyn accent rivaled her TV dad's. In order for Alyssa to accept the gig, the Milano family had to uproot and move 3,000 miles to Hollywood.