Alyssa Milano has spent almost her entire life in the public eye.
Milano currently stars on two series on the streaming giant, Netflix. She was most recently seen in their hit series, “Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later,” opposite Amy Poehler, Elizabeth Banks, Michael Ian Black, and Judah Friedlander. She will also star in their new series, “Insatiable,” as “Coralee,” the social climbing wife of a disgraced lawyer-turned-beauty pageant coach.
She recently completed the independent feature, “Little Italy,” a modern-day Romeo and Juliet story where love blossoms between members of two passionate Italian family’s locked in a bitter rivalry over who has the best pizzeria.
Milano also serves as the host and a judge on Lifetime’s “Project Runway All Stars,” alongside judges Isaac Mizrahi and Georgina Chapman. She completed filming on her fifth season this past summer in New York.
She entered the world of graphic novels with “Hacktivist,” a fast-paced cyber-thriller that follows the young founders of an innovative social media company who moonlight as a secret black-hat hacker team. The CW is developing a drama series adaptation of “Hacktivist.” In addition to her deal with The CW, she has a first-look production deal with CBS TV Studios.
Milano starred on the hit series “Charmed” for nine years. The show’s international appeal has brought it to more than 100 territories around the world. She also starred on “Melrose Place,” began her career on ABC’s “Who’s the Boss,” and starred in the ABC series, “Mistresses.” Alyssa had a recurring role on the critically acclaimed comedy, “My Name is Earl.” Additionally, she has appeared in over 20 films.
Alyssa also has her own clothing, jewelry and eyewear line, TOUCH by Alyssa Milano. TOUCH enables women to look stylish while cheering on their favorite team. She has licenses with MLB, the NFL, NBA, NHL, NCAA, Major League Soccer, Minor League Baseball, The Kentucky Derby and NASCAR.
In 2003, Alyssa became a UNICEF National Ambassador. Her first trip with the organization was to Angola, Africa to see first-hand the issues plaguing the newly liberated country. She followed that trip with a visit to India in 2005 and Kosovo in 2010. Alyssa works tirelessly advocating for children and causes she believes in. In 2016, the organization presented her with their Spirit of Compassion Award for her dedication to their mission of advocating for the protection of children’s rights, helping meet their basic needs and expanding their opportunities to reach their full potential.