Tori Spelling is a Actor and Executive Producer American born on 16 may 1973 at Los Angeles (USA)
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Birth name Victoria Davey SpellingNationality USABirth 16 may 1973
(50 years) at Los Angeles (USA
Victoria Davey "Tori" Spelling (born May 16, 1973) is an American actress and author. Her first major role was Donna Martin on Beverly Hills, 90210 in 1990, produced by her father. She appeared in a string of made-for-television films, such as A Friend to Die For (1994) and Mother, May I Sleep with Danger? (1996). Spelling also rose to prominence through independent films such as The House of Yes (1997), Trick (1999) and Cthulhu (2007). She reprised her prominent role in the spinoff, 90210, in 2009.
Her autobiography, Stori Telling, debuted on top of the New York Times Best Seller list and was named the best celebrity autobiography of 2009.
Divorced from playwright Charlie Shanian, Spelling is married to Dean McDermott. They have four children.
On July 3, 2004, Spelling married actor and playwright Charlie Shanian in a lavish $1 million ceremony. They separated in October 2005. Shanian cited irreconcilable differences when he filed for the divorce. Their divorce was finalized 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 from 1993–2006, but they separated and divorced after his affair with Spelling. Spelling and McDermott renewed their vows on May 8, 2010 in Beverly Hills, California. McDermott brings to the marriage son Jack (October 1998).
The couple has four children: sons Liam Aaron (born March 13, 2007) and Finn Davey (born August 30, 2012), and daughters Stella Doreen (born June 9, 2008) and Hattie Margaret (born October 10, 2011).
Spelling's father Aaron died on June 23, 2006. She 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. Candy was the estate executor, but she and Tori were estranged. Tori and her brother each inherited $800,000, although Randy was not estranged. It was reported that Candy established a $10 million trust fund for Tori Spelling's eldest child, Liam.
In her sixth book, "Spelling It Like It Is," Tori admitted to having financial troubles, due to their reality show getting cancelled, poor real estate decisions, and a very difficult fourth pregnancy. In explanation, Spelling said, "...as my real estate obsession persists, it's starting to look more compulsive. Moving is expensive, and I've put us in a precarious financial situation." After her fourth pregnancy, Spelling shared that husband Dean McDermott wanted to get a vasectomy but they couldn't afford it. Spelling claims that she hasn't bought a new purse in three years, but seems to have a caviar taste with her current tuna fish budget. "Even when I try to embrace a simpler lifestyle, I can't seem to let go of my expensive tastes," she said in an interview.
Spelling now claims to be repurposing, using hand-me-down clothes for her children, and toning down her children's once lavish birthday parties. “I can’t afford to live like this anymore. Our circumstances have changed,” she explained.
In December 2013, news broke that Spelling's husband, Dean McDermott, had cheated on his wife with 28-year-old Emily Goodhand. After telling Goodhand that he had a sexless marriage, the two had a two-day affair. Spelling decided to document the make-or-break relationship on a 6-episode Lifetime documentary, True Tori. Some suspect the couple of making up the entire story for a paycheck, due to several timing inconsistencies, along with the nearly impossible-to-locate mistress.
Spelling is an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church Monastery.