Aaron Spelling was an American film and television producer. His works include the TV series Family, Charlie's Angels, The Love Boat, Hart to Hart, Dynasty, Beverly Hills, 90210, 7th Heaven, and Charmed. He also served as producer of Mod Squad, The Rookies, and Sunset Beach. Through his eponymous production company Spelling Television, Spelling holds the record as the most prolific television producer in US television history, with 218 producer and executive producer credits. Forbes ranked him the 11th top-earning deceased celebrity in 2009.
|Born:||April 22, 1923, Dallas, Texas, U.S.|
|Died:||June 23, 2006, Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Resting place:||Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery|
|Alma mater:||Southern Methodist University|
|Occupation:||Actor, singer, dancer, television producer, writer|
|Children:||Tori Spelling, Randy Spelling|
|IMDb:||Aaron Spelling's IMDb|
About Aaron Spelling
Producer of Dynasty, Charlie's Angels, The Love Boat, and many other television hits.
He was confined to bed for one year as a child after losing control of his legs. He served in the United States Armed Forces during World War II.
He was ranked by Forbes magazine as the 11th top-earning dead celebrity in 2009.
He was the father of actress and reality star Tori Spelling.
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- Male actors from Dallas
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