I certainly hope that (the book) doesn't cause more damageTori Spelling is writing her memoirs Dec 04, 2006
Randy's kind of caught in the middle because he has a very close relationship with my mother and a very close relationship with me. He tries to stay neutral, and I admire him for thatTori Spelling is writing her memoirs Dec 04, 2006
I can't say this of every show I ever produced, but I loved 'Charlie's Angels,Aaron Spelling dies of cancer Jun 24, 2006
The New England Patriots because they have played at the Super Bowl before and I think that the New England Patriots have better receiversCelebrity Super Bowl picks Feb 02, 2005
Houston's weather will aid the Panthers who must score first to win gameCelebrities handicap Super Bowl XXXVIII Jan 27, 2004
Aaron Spelling (April 22, 1923 – June 23, 2006) was an American film and television producer. As of 2009, Spelling's eponymous production company Spelling Television holds the record as the most prolific television writer, with 218 producer and executive producer credits. Forbes ranked him the 11th top-earning dead celebrity in 2009.
Spelling was born in Dallas, Texas, to Pearl (née Wald) and David Spelling (originally Spurling), a tailor, who were Jewish immigrants from Russia and Poland, respectively. Spelling also has a brother named Daniel Spelling who lived in San Francisco, who appeared on daughter Tori Spelling's television show Tori And Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood. Daniel Spelling died in 2009. At the age of eight, Spelling lost the use of his legs psychosomatically due to trauma caused by constant bullying from his schoolmates, and was confined to bed for a year. During this time he read a vast number of books, which stimulated his imagination.
Spelling attended Forest Avenue High School, served in the United States Armed Forces and later then attended Southern Methodist University, graduating in 1949, where he was a cheerleader. He married actress Carolyn Jones in 1953, and they moved to California. They divorced in 1964. With his second wife, Candy Gene (née Marer), whom he married in 1968, he had two children, Randy Spelling and Tori Spelling.