Emmy Award-winner Kristy Mcnichol is an American comedian, actress, singer, and producer. She is best known for her role as Angel in the film Little Darlings. Likewise, her other notable film works include Love, Mary, Women of Valor, Dream Lover, White Dog, Only When I Laugh, The Forgotten One, and several more.
Born Christina Ann McNichol on 11th September 1962 in Los Angeles, California, the United States of America. She was born with the birth sign Virgo. Kristy’s father is half Irish and mother is of Lebanese descent. Thus, she belongs to mixed ethnicity and holds American nationality.
She was raised alongside her siblings Jenifer Lucas (half-sister), Tommy, Jimmy, and Thomas McNichol by her father, Jim McNichol, and mother, Carolyn Lucas. Likewise, she went to North Hollywood High School for her basic education.
To begin with her personal life, Kristy is a married woman. Well, she is wedded with the love of her life, Martie Allen in 2012.
The ceremony took place privately among a few friends and family. Besides this, Kristy has not revealed information regarding her divorce, children and extra affairs.
Kirsty is living a low-key happy and healthy married life with her partner.
Kristy kept her personal life under the wraps for a long time until 2012. She decided to come as a lesbian during an interview in 2012.
Mcnichol decided to reveal her sexuality and has been living with her partner, Martie Allen for over two decades. Allen is also a well-known TV personality.
As of 2019, Kristy has a net worth of $7 million. She gathers her fortune from her acting, singing, and career as a producer. Besides, she even earns a nice sum of money from her endorsements deals, sponsorships, and advertisements.
The average salary of an actor in the United States ranges around $48,000 to $52,000. Kristy surely earns around or above average.
Initially, Kristy started from commercials ads and later made her television debut from the tv shows Starsky & Hutch, Love American Style, The Bionic Woman, and others.
Kristy won the Emmy awards in the category of Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the television drama series Family. She played the role of Letitia Lawrence from 1977 to 1979.
Similarly, her other television work includes Love, American Style, Apple’s Way, Sara, The Love Boat, and Empty Nest, and many more. Her film work includes Balck Sunday, The End, Only When I Laugh, White Dog, Two Moon Junction, and others.