It’s not exactly a secret that Alyssa Milano has been working with UNICEF for a while now.
The “Who’s the Boss?” actress has even visited India to raise awareness for the living conditions of a post-tsunami community.
Alyssa Milano shows off her cropped hair at the 6th Biennial UNICEF Ball at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on January 12, 2016, in Beverly Hills, California
How old was Alyssa Milano in Who’s the Boss?
After winning the role of Tony Danza’s daughter Samantha Micelli on the sitcom Who’s the Boss? in 1983, she and her family moved from New York to Los Angeles.
The pilot was shot in November 1983 when Alyssa Jayne Milano was 10-years-old. Born on December 19, 1972, in Bensonhurst, New York, she turned 11 on December 19, 1983.
Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano, Judith Light, Danny Pintauro, and Katherine Helmond in Who’s the Boss?
When the final episode of the American sitcom television series aired on April 25, 1992, Alyssa Milano was 19-years-old. She turned 20 on December 19, 1992.
Alyssa Milano at the 14th Annual American Music Awards held on January 26, 1987
In August 2020, it was announced that Alyssa Milano and Tony Danza are set to reunite and star in a sequel series to the original 1980s show. The sequel is in development at Sony Pictures Television.
Alyssa Milano as Samantha Micelli and Danny Pintauro as Jonathan Bower on Who’s the Boss?
In the last few years, Alyssa has been using social media to get people on board. The actress and her husband both made a pinky promise to help impoverished children.
Alyssa Milano wears an embellished Alice + Olivia dress on the blue carpet of the UNICEF x Louis Vuitton ball
In January 2016, Alyssa Milano arrived at the UNICEF x Louis Vuitton ball, where celebrities gathered to pledge and help raise funds for children in need.
Alyssa Milano’s feet in black Jimmy Choo pumps
Now, we know what you’re thinking: Why spend thousands of dollars on an outfit that you could have just used to help the children?
First — as superficial as it may sound — getting the attention of the higher consumer market can help bring in people who are able to give more to UNICEF. And second? Most of the outfits are on loan by celebrity stylists anyway.
Alyssa Milano looks over her shoulder as she shows off her Alice + Olivia dress
Alyssa uploaded an adorable photo of her and her husband doing the pinky promise.
The Louis Vuitton x UNICEF #makeapromise campaign has spread across different countries, many thanks to the celebrities who helped promote the cause.
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