Kristy McNichol

Kristy McNichol is an American performing artist and vocalist who is better known for her role of Angel in the movie Little Darlings.

Kristy McNichol Early Life, Family :

Kristy McNichol was conceived on eleventh September 1962, in Los Angeles, California. Her father’s name is Jim McNichol and her mother’s name is Carolyn McNichol Lucas. She has a brother named Jimmy McNichol who is a previous American youngster performer. There is no information about her early days and education.

Kristy McNichol Body Measurements :

Kristy McNichol has a height of 5 Feet and 4 inches. She has a weight of 53 kg. Likewise, her hair color is regular brown and has brown eyes. There is no information about her shoe and bra size.

Kristy McNichol Career :

Kristy McNichol first begun her vocation by showing up in plugs with her sibling Jimmy. She at that point began assuming jobs in TV arrangement Love, American Style and Apples’ Way.

In the year 1976, Kristy got her noteworthy accomplishment as she played as Letitia “Mate” Lawrence in the TV demonstrate Family from 1976 to 1980. She began showing up in numerous motion pictures like Little Darlings, The Pirate Movie and Two Moon Junction. In June 2001, Kristy resigned from acting.

Other than acting , McNichol have some fame as a vocalist. She performed on various TV theatrical presentations and specials. She had a humble hit single “He’s So Good.” which she recorded with her sibling Jimmy.

Kristy McNichol Relationship :

Kristy McNichol is open about her gender and she openly told that she is a lesbian. She is married to Martie Allen. Kristy and Allen started dating since the year 1991.

Kristy McNichol Net Worth :

As of 2018 Kristy McNichol has a net worth of $7 million. She has played major roles in many successful movies and due to which she used to take thousands of dollars to appear in those movies.

Kristy McNichol Social Media :

Kristy McNichol is a popular actress but she is not active on social media like Instagram and Twitter.

Kristy McNichol Awards :

Kristy McNichol has won a total of two awards for her role in supporting actress in the television series Family.

Facts of Kristy McNichol

Full NameKristy McNichol
Net Worth$7 Million
Date Of BirthSeptember 11, 1962
Age57 years 2 months
Place Of BirthLos Angeles, California, USA
Height1.6 m
Weight53 kg
ProfessionActress, singer
PartnerMartie Allen
ParentsJim McNichol, Carolyn McNichol Lucas
SiblingsJimmy McNichol, Thomas McNichol, Jennifer Lucas
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AwardsPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (1977, 1979), Young Artist Award (1982), People's Choice Award for Favorite Young Motion Picture Actress (1980)
Albums“Kristy & Jimmy McNichol” (1978)
NominationsGolden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture (1982, 1979)
MoviesLittle darlings (1980), The Pirate Movie (1982), The Moon Junction (1988), “You Can't Hurry Love”, “Only When I Laugh”, “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia” (1981)
TV ShowsFamily (1976–80), Empty Nest, Apple's Way (1974)

Quick Facts of Kristy McNichol

1Announced her retirement from acting in 2001.
2Taught acting at a private school in Los Angeles. [2001]
3Turned down the Brooke Shields role in Pretty Baby (1978), due to conflicts with Family (1976) producer Aaron Spelling.
4Turned down the Jodie Foster role in Taxi Driver (1976).
5Longtime friends with Elisabeth Brooks and Kari Michaelsen.
6Dropped out of acting because she was sick and tired of acting, wanted to have an average life, and one thing she pursued was going to school to learn how to style hair.
7Ranked #49 in VH1's list of the "100 Greatest Kid Stars"
8Her maternal grandfather was of Lebanese descent. Her other ancestry includes Scottish, Walloon-Belgian, German, and English.
9McNichol's role in the ABC Afterschool Specials (1972), ABC Afterschool Specials: The Pinballs (1977), was to advertise and promote the Halter Top fashions. She wore her personally designed halter tops on the show.
10Younger sister of Jimmy McNichol.
11Was considered for a role in The Bad News Bears (1976), but lost it to Academy Award winner Tatum O'Neal.

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