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Tori Spelling (1973)

Victoria Davey Spelling

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Victoria Davey "Tori" Spelling is an American actress. Spelling became known in the early 1990s for her role as Donna Martin on Beverly Hills, 90210. Spelling then had roles in a string of made-for-television films, such as A Friend to Die For and Mother, May I Sleep with Danger?. She later appeared in several independent films such as Trick and The House of Yes. She reprised her prominent role in the spinoff, 90210 in 2009. Her autobiographical book sTORI Telling debuted on top of the New York Times Best Seller list and was named the best celebrity autobiography of 2009.


 early life
Victoria Davey Spelling was born in Los Angeles, California. She is the daughter of Candy (née Marer) and Aaron Spelling. She has a younger brother, Randy, who is also an actor. Both of Spelling's parents were Jewish, though her family celebrated both Christmas and Hanukkah while she was growing up. Her middle name comes from her paternal grandfather. She attended Beverly Hills High School in Beverly Hills, California but graduated from Harvard-Westlake School.

As a child, Spelling had guest spots on such shows as The Love Boat, T. J. Hooker, Hotel, Fantasy Island, Vega$, and Saved by the Bell.

In 1990, she landed the role of Donna Martin on Beverly Hills, 90210, a series co-produced by her father, Aaron Spelling and Spelling Television. She played the role for its entire run, from 1990 to 2000, and was nominated for two Young Artist Awards for her role. Spelling's character remained a virgin until the finale of the seventh season and endured a stalker, attempted rape, and addiction.

In the 1990s, while starring on 90210, Spelling became well known for a string of made-for-television films, such as Co-Ed Call Girl, Mother, May I Sleep with Danger?, A Carol Christmas and the critically acclaimed A Friend to Die For

After Beverly Hills, 90210 ended, Spelling appeared in several independent films including Trick and The House of Yes.

Spelling has been the star of two reality-based shows. In 2006, she starred as herself in the VH1 sitcom So NoTORIous, which parodied her public image. In January 2007, she and her second husband, the actor Dean McDermott, decided to buy and operate a bed & breakfast in Fallbrook, California. This became the basis of a new reality show, Tori & Dean: Inn Love, which premiered on the Oxygen network on March 20, 2007. In July 2007, Spelling became a minister to marry a gay couple at Chateau La Rue. A tape of the ceremony was shown on Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood. In June 2008, the show returned for a third season under the new name Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood. In the new season, Spelling and McDermott no longer run the inn, and they have returned to Los Angeles where they struggle to balance buying a new home, her second pregnancy, and her book tour. In May 2009 Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood returned for a fourth season.

On January 7, 2009, it was reported that Spelling would reprise her role as Donna Martin on the new CW show 90210. She appeared in two episodes as a special guest star.

Spelling designs and markets her own line of fashion jewelry on HSN. She released an autobiography entitled sTori Telling on March 11, 2008. Her second book titled Mommywood was released on April 14, 2009.

In 2010, Spelling released her third book titled uncharted terriTORI. Spelling told People Magazine that "I love sharing my stories and experiences with people and connecting to them on both a humorous and emotional level" and that "The response to my first two books has been so amazing that I wanted to write a third one for my fans."

In 2011, Spelling's wedding planning process became the basis of spin-off series Tori & Dean: sTORIbook Weddings. The series premiered April 6, 2011. Later that year, Spelling voiced the Pirate Princess in two episodes of the animated series Jake and the Never Land Pirates and she had a role in the comedy short movie "Hoarders: Untold sTori" which premiered at the Outfest Film Festival in July 2011.

On September 4, 2011, Spelling made an appearance on the reality series Big Brother 13.

 personal life
On July 3, 2004, Spelling married Charlie Shanian, an actor and playwright. They separated in December 2005 and were legally divorced on April 20, 2006.

Spelling married Dean McDermott less than a month later, on May 7, 2006, in a private ceremony in Wakaya, Fiji. McDermott was formerly married to Mary Jo Eustace, whom he divorced to marry Spelling. Spelling and McDermott have three children together: son Liam Aaron McDermott ("Aaron" after her late father) and daughters Stella Doreen McDermott ("Doreen" after Dean's late mother) and Hattie Margaret McDermott ("Margaret" after her late Nanny) . It was reported that Candy Spelling established a $10 million trust fund for Liam. Tori and Dean remarried, renewing their vows on May 8, 2010 in Beverly Hills.

After her father's death on June 23, 2006, Spelling was anticipated to inherit a sizable portion of her father's $500 million estate. The estate was to be divided primarily between Spelling, her brother Randy and her mother Candy. Spelling's mother was the estate executor. At the time, Spelling and her mother were estranged and it was reported that Spelling inherited just $800,000. Her brother, who was not estranged from his mother, also received $800,000.

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