'The King of Queens': Where Is "Carrie Heffernan" Now?
Leah Remini played the role of "Carrie Heffernan" in the popular sitcom The King of Queens for nine years. Since then the actress has been quite busy, be it as a talk show host or the host of her very own reality show in 2014.
From 1998 to 2007, Leah Remini (49) played the role of "Carrie Heffernan" in the sitcom The King of Queens. "Carrie" works as a paralegal in Manhattan and lives in Queens, together with her husband "Doug Heffernan" (Kevin James, 54).
For a long time the series inspired an audience of millions, but was discontinued after nine years of broadcasting. Reason enough to wonder what Leah Remini is actually doing today.
The King of Queens: How Leah Remini is doing today
Already during her time at The King of Queens, Leah appeared in movies like Old School. Later on, she had some guest appearances in smaller TV series and was even hired as co-host of the talk show The Talk. But after one year she had to leave the show again. Furthermore she was in front of the camera for the series The Exes from 2014 to 2015.
Leah Remini: She has her own reality show on TLC
In 2014, the now 49-year-old moved to TLC and starred in the weekly reality series Leah Remini: It's All Relative. Audiences could see how she manages her daily family life with her husband Angelo Pagan (51) and daughter Sofia (15). In 2015, she was a contestant on Dancing With The Stars and finished in fifth place.
In addition, Leah has recently been featured in numerous television series. From 2017 to 2018, she appeared in Kevin Can Wait, alongside her former co-star Kevin James. In 2018 she also appeared in the comedy Second Act with Jennifer Lopez, whom she is best friends with.
The actress was with Scientology for a long time, but left the church in 2013. Since 2016, Leah Remini has been producing the TV documentary series Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, which now has several seasons.
Leah Remini has really changed and undergone quite the transformation.