Leah Remini was born on the 15th June 1970 in Bensonhurst, New York. She is an actress best known for her role as Carrie Heffernan on the sitcom The King of Queens. At the beginning of her working life, she had a variety of jobs, such as waitressing, selling car insurance, and as a telemarketer for a solar heating company. Leah stands 5' 3" (1.60 m) tall, and her weight has varied widely after childbirth, a fact she was heard to lament on an episode of Fat Actress. She gained weight when she got pregnant during the middle seasons of the King of Queens, but lost the weight and was slim again by the show's 9th and final season. Later she was on the show Cheers where she appeared as Carla Tortelli's daughter Serafina. In 1989, she played the lead on Living Dolls, a short-lived spin-off from Who's the Boss? In 1991, she had a recurring role as Stacy Carosi, a love interest of Zack Morris, on Saved by the Bell. Remini is a practitioner of Scientology. In December 2005, she helped promote the gala opening of Scientology's controversial Psychiatry: An Industry of Death" Museum.