Rhea Jo Perlman best known for her role as Carla Tortelli on the sitcom Cheers, for which she won four Emmy Awards.
Perlman was born in Brooklyn, New York, to Philip and Adele Perlman. Her father was an actor, and a doll-and toy-part salesman. Her sister Heide Perlman was a writer, story editor, and producer on the television shows Cheers and Frasier. Rhea Perlman attended Hunter College in New York and is an active Democrat.
Rhea Perlman began her acting career in 1972 when she played a bit role in the film Hot Dogs for Gauguin. That same year she appeared in Westbeth Playwrights Feminist Collective's production of "Up - An Uppity Revue", along with her future husband, Danny DeVito.
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