John Ritter’s daughter with Amy Yasbeck, Stella Ritter, is reportedly transitioning to man from a woman. Latest reports suggest that Stella Ritter has reportedly started sporting facial hair and has changed the name to Noah Lee Ritter.
There is no denying that acting runs in Stella Ritter or Noah Lee Ritter’s blood. His father was a great actor and comedian, while his mother is a well-known film and television actress.
Many people are aware that John Ritter was a great actor. But not many people known that his second wife Amy Yasbeck too was a consummate actress who went on to earn name and fame and continues to do so. The two worked together in many films and television serials.
The 54-year old actress who continues to be active even now is best known for her role as Casey Chappel Davenport on the sitcom Wings from 1994 to 1997, and also having played the part of Madison in the television film Splash, Too in 1988 (taking over the role originated by Daryl Hannah in the film Splash). She has guest starred in various television shows and co-starred in films such as House II: The Second Story, Pretty Woman, Problem Child, Problem Child 2, The Mask, Robin Hood: Men in Tights and Dracula: Dead and Loving It.
While John Ritter, whose full name was Jonathan Southworth “John” Ritter has two very successful children including Jason Ritter and Tyler Ritter, Stella or Noah was his youngest child. The renowned actor and comedian died while acting. The son of the late singing cowboy star Tex Ritter and the father of actors Jason Ritter and Tyler Ritter, he was best known for his role as Jack Tripper on the ABC sitcom Three’s Company (1977–84), for which he received a Primetime Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award in 1984. He briefly reprised the role on the spin-off Three’s a Crowd, which aired for one season.
He was a consummate actor and appeared in more than one hundred films and television series combined and performed on Broadway, with notable roles in It (1990), Problem Child (1990), Problem Child 2 (1991), and Bad Santa in 2003. In 2002, Don Knotts called Ritter the “greatest physical comedian on the planet”. His final roles include voicing the title character on the PBS children’s program Clifford the Big Red Dog (2000–03), for which he received four Daytime Emmy Award nominations, and as Paul Hennessy on the ABC sitcom 8 Simple Rules (2002–03).
While Stella is trying to fit in as Noah Lee Ritter, his photos are not available easily. He has put all his social media accounts as personal.
It was on his or her fifth birth day when his father died. He was born on September 11, 1998 and was the only child of John Ritter and Amy Yasbeck. Reports suggest that his transition to man began early last year. A Radar Online report says that that Ritter’s transition from female to male is underway and started around September 2016, when Ritter turned 18 years old. Noah Lee Ritter’s Twitter profile tagline reads that he is, “a high school student babbling into a twitter account, just as confused as you are if not more.”