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Apr 142010

William True Stevenson was born on September 28, 1992, and is the adopted son of Kirstie Alley and Parker Stevenson, Alley’s second husband. Kirstie Alley adopted a sibling for True and she was named Lillie Price, who was born on June 15, 1994.

Parker Stevenson and Kirstie Alley were married from 1983 to 1997. Kirstie Alley’s son, True, is engaged to be married. True is only 17 but has made up his mind on his fiancée.

Alley’s first husband was Bob Alley, who she married in 1974 and divorced in 1977.

Alley referred to William True affectionately as True, when she revealed that he was engaged to be married.

Kirstie Alley used to be great friends with Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Recently, the Dancing with the Stars former cast member was linked to Jennifer Lopez and Leah Remini. Alley called Remini a “bigot” for leaving Scientology and speaking out against the belief. According to gossip, Chmerkovskiy is socializing with her enemy crowd and he has fallen into disgrace.

Kirstie’s TV show, produced by TV Land, was canceled just after one season. The scripted show is about a fictional character named Madison Banks. The show “Kirstie” was created by Marco Pennette who left after the first season. He had personal reasons to attend to.

Kirstie Alley and her adopted children William True and Lillie Price photo.

Updated July 2014 –
William True Stevenson has acted in his mom’s Big Life TV show.
Cou-Ga-Roo, 2010
Fat Like Me, 2010
As Seen On TV, 2010
Preparation-K, 2010
The Way We Weren’t, 2010,
And etc.

He plays himself, named as True, which is also Kirstie Alley’s nickname for him. William True Stevenson is making fame for himself.

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