WESTPORT, Conn. — Alisan Porter, who went to Staples High School and lived in Westport as a teen, is the 10th season winner of "The Voice," Westport News reported.
After winning Porter performed her song, "Down that Road."
She was born in Worcester, Mass., and moved to Westport with her family at age 13, where she belonged to the Staples Players school theater group, said Westport News.
Porter was a child actor and appeared on TV in "The Golden Girls," "Family Ties," and "Pee-Wee's Playhouse," and in the movie, "Parenthood," with Steve Martin. She is best known for playing the title role in "Curly Sue."Click here to read the Westport News story.