Alyssa Milano is an American Actress, producer and former singer who is widely known for her role as Samantha Micelli on the ABC sitcom Series “Who’s the Boss?”. Born in Italian-American family, Milano is a daughter of the film music editor Thomas M. Milano and fashion designer Lin; she was born in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. She has younger brother Cory who is an actor. Her career started at the age of eight when she won an open audition for a national tour of Annie.
In her early life, Alyssa Milano got into several affairs along which she made on and off relationships. Her first affair was with actor Corey Haim which lasted for three years. Her second affair was with an ice hockey defenseman Wayne McBean but didn’t last long. Her third affair was with Scott Wolf but this also broke off after a year and a half relationship. Then Alyssa got married to a guitarist and singer of the band named Remy Zero, whose name is Cinjun Tate. However, it failed and only remained for ten months. At present, she is married to David Bugliari, who is a Creative Artists Agency agent. Now, in their family, the couple have two children. Early Life Alyssa was born on December 19, 1972, in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. She is a daughter of Lin Milano, a fashion designer and Thomas M. Milano, film music director. Early Education and Career Milano attended the Buckley School in Sherman Oaks, California. Without notifying her family, Milano's caretaker took her for auditioned in a national touring company and she got selected as one of the four girls out of 1500. Career In August 1984, Alyssa Milano made her film debut in the drama entitled ‘Old Enough’, a "great" way for "starting out". The film won First Prize as well as screened at the Sundance Film Festival. Milano played a role as a teenage prostitute in the 1992 independent film named 'Where the Day Takes You’, this movie focuses on a group of a young runaway and homeless teenagers. This movie was nominated for the Critics Award at the Deauville Film Festival and also won the Golden Space Needle Award at the Seattle International Film Festival too. In late 1996, Alyssa Milano was offered a role of Jennifer Mancini on the drama entitled ‘Melrose Place’ made by producer Aaron. Similarly, in 2007 she worked in a commercial television advertisement for ‘Veet’ and ‘Sheer Cover’. In the same year, she filmed a pilot for ABC named ‘Reinventing the Wheelers’. On 20th March 2009, it was announced that Alyssa Milano voiced in Dr. Ilyssa Selwyn in ‘Ghostbusters: The Video Game’. Her baseball fandom entitled ‘Safe At Home: Confessions of a Baseball Fanatic’, was released on 24th March 24, 2009. She also signed on to star in and produce a romantic comedy where she plays a woman with a relationship dilemma entitled ‘My Girlfriend's Boyfriend’. In 2013, Alyssa Milano created the comic book series entitled ‘Hacktivist’, written by Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly and published by Archaia Entertainment. In 2017 she joins the cast of Netflix's comedy series entitled ‘Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later’. Charity Works In October 2004, Alyssa Milano participated in UNICEF's "Trick or Treat" campaign as the national spokesperson. 'The Sabin Vaccine Institute named Alyssa Milano as a Founding Ambassador for the Global Network for Neglected Tropical Diseases. It is an alliance formed to advocate and mobilize resources in the fight to control neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), where she donated $250,000. On 19th December 2009 during her 37th birthday, Alyssa Milano ran an online fundraising campaign for 'Charity: Water'.As well as, in 2016, on her Twitter account, Alyssa Milano expressed her support for 'Hillary Clinton', a presidential candidate. Personal LifeMilano was previously married to Cinjun Tate, the lead singer for the rock group, 'Remy Zero.' They married on 1st January 1999 and divorced on 20th November 1999. Alyssa Milano started dating Dave Bugliari in 2007 and the couple married two years later in 2009. Milano and Bugliari has a son named Milo Thomas Bulgari, born on 31st August 2011. Her daughter, Elizabella Dylan Bugliari was born when she completed filming the 2nd season of 'Mistresses' (2013). Awards As a successful personality, Alyssa Milano won many awards and nomination in her acting career. She won Young awards in a category of Best Young Supporting Actress in a Television Series in 1985 for a movie 'Who's the Boss?'. In 1987 Milano won Young awards in a category of Best Young Female Superstar in Television for her movie 'Who's the Boss?' More than that, she won three times Kids Choice Awards in a category of Favorite TV Actress for her movie Who's the Boss? in 1998,1998 and 1999. Alyssa Milano has also nominated for Young awards in a category of Exceptional Performance by a Young Actress Starring in a Feature Film 'Comedy or Drama'. She gets her nominated for Annie awards in a category of Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Female Performer in an Animated Feature Production for her work 'Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure'. Past Relationships, Affairs Alyssa Milano and Brian Bloom, an actor are good friends, but many suspects that these two had to have hooked-up at some point. She briefly dated Thomas Michael "Tom" Glavine, a retired professional baseball player in the mid-2000s. From 2004 to early 2005, Alyssa Milano and Barry William Zito, a professional baseball pitcher in the Oakland Athletics are in a relationship. Alyssa Milano reportedly dated Brad Penny in 2005, a professional baseball pitcher in the Chicago White Sox organization. There is a rumor that Alyssa Milano dated her co-star Victor H. Webster, a Canadian actor. She also dated Nicholas Scott "Nick" Lachey, a singer-songwriter, actor, producer, and television personality. Alyssa Milano dated her 'Charmed' co-star Brian Krause from 2000 to 2001. Alyssa Milano briefly dated Justin Randall Timberlake, a singer, songwriter, and actor after he broke up with Britney Spears in 2002. Milano and William Frederick "Fred" Durst, a musician and film director from Jacksonville, Florida were rumored to be romantically involved for a few months between 2002 to 2003.Alyssa Milano dated Eric Dane, an actor in 2003. In 2003, Alyssa Milano was spotted in the company of Carl Pavano, a former professional baseball player. There was a rumor that Alyssa Milano hooked-up with her 'The Outer Limits', her co-star Jason London, an American actor. Alyssa Milano was rumored to have been romantically linked with her 'Fear' co-star Mark Michael Wahlberg, actor, producer, and former model and rapper. 'Little Sister' co-stars Alyssa Milano and Jonathan Silverman, the actor reportedly dated in the early 1990s.Alyssa Milano dated Eric Nies, a former male fashion model and reality television personality on 'The Howard Stern Show' in the 1990s. When she was in her teenager, Alyssa Milano and Kirk Cameron, an actor dated in the mid-1980s.There was also rumored that she has dated Corey Feldman, actor and singer in the late-1980s. Alyssa Milano reportedly dated Wayne A. "Beaner" McBean, a retired ice hockey defenceman in 1990.She dated David Arquette, an actor, film director, producer, screenwriter, wrestler, and fashion designer in 1991.After meeting on the set of 'Double Dragon' in 1993 Milano and Scott Wolf, an actor dated for a few years. Alyssa Milano reportedly dated an actor, Jimmy Federico early in 2003. She dated Canadian actor, Corey Haim for a few years when she was a teenager. Milano and Brian Bloom, actor, voice actor are good friends, but many suspects that these two had to have hooked-up at some point. Net Worth The gorgeous 5 feet 2 inches tall actress of Holly wood Alyssa Milano has a net worth of $45 million.