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Leah Remini Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Leah Remini Quick Info
Height 5 ft 3 in
Weight 59 kg
Date of Birth June 15, 1970
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Eye Color Dark Brown

Leah Remini is an American actress, producer, editor, voice artist, author, and comedian who is known for playing Carrie Heffernan in the CBS sitcom The King of Queens, Terry Reynolds in the NBC sitcom Fired Up, Vanessa Cellucci in the CBS sitcom Kevin Can Wait, Charlie Briscoe in the ABC sitcom Living Dolls, Tina Bavasso in the ABC sitcom The Man in the Family, Sagan Cruz (voice) in the animated series Phantom 2040, Dominique Costellano in The WB sitcom First Time Out, Terry Baumgardner in the sitcom Family Tools, Nikki Gardner in the sitcom The Exes, Stacey Carosi in the NBC sitcom Saved by the Bell, and Kim in the ABC sitcom In the Motherhood. Leah Remini has also been a part of many other shows and movies like Head of the ClassWho’s the Boss?Normal Life, The Hogan FamilyParadiseBlossomCheersGetting Up and Going HomeEvening ShadeHarlan & MerleenThe CommishDiagnosis: MurderFriendsFirst Time OutRenegadeBiker Mice from Mars, Home ImprovementNYPD BlueHooves of FireLegend of the Lost Tribe, Mad Families, Fat Actress, Lopez TonightThe TalkIt Takes a VillageThe High Fructose Adventures of Annoying OrangeThe Clapper, Toddlers and Tiaras: Where Are They Now?, Second Act, Phineas and FerbDancing with the StarsOld School, Hollywood Game NightMilo Murphy’s LawThe Masked Singer, and People Puzzler.

Born Name

Leah Marie Remini

Nick Name


Leah Remini at the UNICEF Ball presented by Baccarat in January 2014
Leah Remini at the UNICEF Ball presented by Baccarat in January 2014

Sun Sign


Born Place

Brooklyn, New York, United States





Leah dropped out of school after moving to Los Angeles at the age of 13 with her mother to focus on an acting career.

In May 2021, she was accepted into an associate’s program in liberal arts at New York University.


Actress, producer, author, comedian, editor, voice artist


  • Father – George Remini (Owner of Asbestos Removal Company)
  • Mother – Vicki Marshall (School Teacher)
  • Siblings – Nicole Remini (Older Sister) (Actress), Elizabeth (Half-Sister), Shannon Farrara (Younger Half-Sister) (Actress), Christine (Half-Sister), Stephanie Remini (Half-Sister) (Died in 2013)
  • Others – George Marshall (Stepfather), Joseph Remini (Paternal Grandfather), Mary (Paternal Grandmother)


Leah Remini has been signed with Art2perform, Talent Management Company, Los Angeles, California, United States.

Net Worth

Her net worth has been $25 Million according to




5 ft 3 in or 160 cm


59 kg or 130 lbs

Boyfriend / Spouse

Leah Remini has dated –

  1. Sean Combs – She reportedly had an affair with rapper, actor, record producer, and record executive Sean Combs in the past.
  2. Angelo Pagan (1996-Present) – Leah Remini started dating actor Angelo Pagan in 1996 after meeting him at a Cuban restaurant. They took their relationship to the next level by getting married in July 2003. Their marriage was covered in the February 2004 issue of InStyle Magazine. About a year later in June 2004, she gave birth to a daughter, Sofia. When she left Scientology in 2013, it was rumored that her husband was going to separate from her. However, Angelo followed his wife out of the secretive religion. In 2015, Remini revealed in an interview that her husband had cheated on her on several occasions.
Leah Remini and her husband Angelo Pagan at the 'El Cantante' premiere in July 2007
Leah Remini and her husband Angelo Pagan at the ‘El Cantante’ premiere in July 2007

Race / Ethnicity


Leah is of Austrian Jewish descent on her mother’s side while she has Italian ancestry on her father’s side.

Hair Color

Light Brown

Eye Color

Dark Brown

Sexual Orientation


Distinctive Features

Full lips


37-30-36 in or 94-76-91.5 cm

Dress Size

12 (US) or 44 (EU)

Bra Size


Shoe Size

6 (US) or 3.5 (UK) or 36.5 (EU)

Leah Remini in Nightlife magazine in a white top and rainbow pattern bottom
Leah Remini in Nightlife magazine in a white top and rainbow pattern bottom

Brand Endorsements

Remini has starred in TV advertisements for

  • Mandee clothing (1985)
  • Quaker State Motor Oil (2000-2002)
  • Pacer Center’s Bullying campaign (2013)


Until 2013, she followed the church of Scientology.

She later switched her faith to Roman Catholicism.

Best Known For

  • Her role in an American sitcom, The King of Queens as Carrie Heffernan
  • For portraying the character of Lara in a comedy film, Old School (2003)

First Film

Leah made her first film appearance in 1997 in Critics and Other Freaks in the minor role of “actress at the audition.”

First TV Show

Remini made her TV show debut in 1988 in the sitcom Head of the Class in one episode.

Personal Trainer

To shed 80 pounds of baby fat, after the birth of her daughter, Leah Remini hired celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson. Peterson had her training five days a week and used to regularly flip her workout around to keep things fresh and to prevent her body adapt to her workout regime. Her exercise sessions relied heavily on running and lifting weights.

When it comes to diet, she follows a healthy diet with a focus on a balanced intake of key nutrients. To control her cravings, she includes cheat days in her schedule, which also helps her remain disciplined.

Leah Remini Favorite Things

  • Room in her House – Her daughter’s room

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Leah Remini at the TCA Summer Press Tour of Disney ABC Television Group in July 2012
Leah Remini at the TCA Summer Press Tour of Disney ABC Television Group in July 2012

Leah Remini Facts

  1. In November 2015, Leah published her memoir Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology, which made some explosive revelations about her former faith.
  2. In 2002, she was placed at the 19th position by Stuff magazine in the list of “102 Sexiest Women in the World.”
  3. She became a member of the Church of Scientology at the age of 9 and eventually became one of the most vocal advocates of the religion.
  4. In July 2013, she decided to leave the Church of Scientology due to the restrictive policies that discouraged questioning the decisions taken by church leader David Miscavige.
  5. In 2013, she was revealed as a contestant on Dancing with the Stars and was partnered with professional dancer Tony Dovolani. They reached 5th place in the competition.
  6. In November 2015, she called her mother a slut in an interview and revealed she did drugs in the 70s. She gave this interview to preempt a smear campaign from the church.
  7. In July 2020, Leah started serving as the co-host of the podcast, Scientology: Fair Game alongside Mike Rinder.
  8. She owns a production company named No, Seriously Productions. In 2020, her production company signed a production deal with Critical Content.
  9. In 2021, she was revealed as the host of the Game Show Network series People Puzzler.
  10. In June 2022, she started hosting the 17th season of So You Think You Can Dance.
  11. In August 2013, she filed a report with the Los Angeles Police Department to report the disappearance of Shelly Miscavige, the wife of Scientology leader David Miscavige. The police department, however, found the report “unfounded.”
  12. In August 2023, Leah filed a lawsuit against the Church of Scientology and its leader, David Miscavige for “harassment, defamation and other unlawful conduct”. Leah, who was a member of the Church from 1979 to 2013, claimed that the church and David Miscavige had subjected her to psychological torture, defamation, harassment, and intimidation, which significantly impacted her life.

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