Alyssa Milano

Alyssa Milano

 Alyssa Milano - Phoebe Halliwell, Charmed



Charmed is an American fantasy television series created by Constance M. Burge and produced by Aaron Spelling. Set in San Francisco, the story follows the lives of the Halliwell sisters, three women destined to become the most powerful good witches of all time. They then find themselves having to put their lives and their powers at the service of protecting the innocent and fighting against the forces of evil. Faced with a destiny full of dangers and demons, they struggle to manage both their lives as witches and their lives as women, while never revealing their secret.


Phoebe Halliwell is the third sister. She is the younger sister of Prue and Piper, and the older maternal half-sister of Paige Matthews. Often considered the weakest of the Halliwell sisters by the demons, as her primary powers were more passive than active, she is nonetheless proving them wrong with her formidable martial arts skills and remarkable spell-casting talent. Furthermore, her Wiccan powers have gradually evolved to include dangerously offensive aspects that can match those of her sisters: premonition, levitation, empathy, and psychic reflection.

Introduced at the beginning of the series as a free-spirited, rebellious young woman who isn't afraid to be different, often putting her at odds with her older sister Prue, she is very resourceful, brave and confident. Her creative mind and excellent memory are powerful assets and have led her to become the best spell caster of the four sisters.


Alyssa Milano is an American actress, producer, singer and activist. She was revealed to the public in 1984, at the age of 12, thanks to the series "Who's the Boss?". She grew up in the spotlight, under the eyes of the public, and made several feature films for the cinema such as "Commando" (1985), "Double Dragon" (1994), "Deadly Obsession" (1996), "Good to go (B.A.T.)" (2011), "Happy New Year" (2011), "Little Italy" (2018) and "Brazen Virtue" (2022). But it is on television that she has consolidated her fame, thanks to the series "Charmed" (1998-2006) which propels her to the rank of icon for many women and girls in the world. She also participated in the series "Melrose Place" (1997-1998), "Mistresses" (2013-2014) and "Insatiable" (2018-2019).

An ardent advocate, she is behind the explosion of the MeToo phenomenon, initially launched by activist Tarana Burke. In 2017, following the revelations of producer Harvey Weinstein's sexual crimes, she asked all women who had been harassed or raped to simply share "Me too" on Twitter. Hundreds of thousands of women responded to her request, giving the initiative a global resonance.

Ambassador and spokesperson for many charities, such as Unicef or Peta, she gives her heart and soul to defend the planet and fundamental human rights, such as the right to vote, the right to abortion, health, education and safety, and does not hesitate to be vocal in denouncing everything that is wrong in society. To this end, she has become very politically active, in order to bring the voice of minorities to the highest level, and published her book "Sorry Not Sorry" in October 2021, which contains 32 essays describing her activism and thoughts on current political and social issues.


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