Valerie Bertinelli wallpapers for your PC, Android Device, Iphone or Tablet PC. If you want to download Valerie Bertinelli High Quality wallpapers for your desktop, please download this wallpapers above and click «set as desktop background». You can share this wallpaper in social networks, we will be very grateful to you.
Date and place of birth: April 23, 1960, Wilmington, Delaware, USA
American actress, laureth two awards “Golden Globe” Valerie Bertinelli. In 2012, on the Hollywood Walk of Fame star opened up to its name. Bertinelli starred in the TV series “One day at a time”, “Hot in Cleveland.”
Valerie Bertinelli has Irish and Italian roots. To act in films, she began as a child, and in 1978 due to the busy schedule she had to quit school. Diploma of Secondary Education Valerie received in 2008 alone.
The highlight of her career was the series “One day at a time”, where Bertinelli starred from 1975 to 1984. After nine seasons, Valerie became very popular among teenagers, it is often printed on the covers of magazines.
1981 and 1982 – Golden Globe. Best Actress on TV ( “One day at a time”)
After the stunning success of the series Valerie Bertinelli no longer wanted to act in comedies. She chose the role in the independent drama, which never used glory. Having failed, the actress returned to television.
In the early nineties Bertinelli returned to comedy in the film “In the name of the child”, “Touched by an Angel.”
Since 2010, Valeria plays in the series “Hot in Cleveland” and her career is back on top.
Life Valerie Bertinelli / Valerie Bertinelli
Valerie has always struggled with being overweight, and by 2009 took off 23 kilograms. This allowed her to lead the advertising campaign for weight loss. In the same year she released her first autobiography.
In 1970 Valerie Bertinelli met with Steven Spielberg. In 1981, she married musician Edward Van Halen, but divorced because of her husband’s drug problems in 2007. They have a son, Wolfgang Van Halen. January 1, 2011 again Bertinelli married Tom Vital. In 2010, the actress ran the Boston Marathon in support of the Cancer Institute.