Beverly Hills, 90210 star Tori Spelling tells her Kids didn’t recognise her in the show

You might remember her from the television series called Beverly Hills,90210 and blockbusters such as A Friend To Die For, A Carol Christmas and The Mistle-Tones. But that’s not it.

Tori Spelling is an author and socialite with being the famous television personality she is. Her autobiography titled Stori Telling became New York Times best-seller as well as gained the title of being best celebrity autobiography of the year 2009.

CHILDHOOD AND TEENAGE

Spelling was born as Victoria Davey Spelling on 16 May 1973 to Candy Spelling and Television director and producer Aaron Spelling. She is of Jewish descent with tracing her family back to the countries such as Poland and Russia. She has a younger brother Randy Spelling who is working as a Coach.

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TORY SPELLING

Tori began her Television career with her father’s production Beverly Hills, 90210. Before this, she received acting lessons from a personal teacher hired by her father and gave guest appearances on shows such as The Love Boat, Fantasy Island, Hotel and Vega$. 

In 2006, she starred as herself in VH1 sitcom named So Notorious which showcased her public image. She and her second husband Dean McDermott starred as themselves in a reality TV series called Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood in the year 2007.

In the year 2011, the spin-off series of the show called Tori and Dean : sTORIbook weddings was aired in which the star was again seen with her husband, but this show didn’t see a pretty ending as lawsuits were filed against Spelling by the makers who claim to have come up with idea of the show. In 2013, another spin-off was aired of the show starring the star couple titled Tori and Dean: Cabin Fever.

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TORY SPELLING

The author has also published 2 sequels of her autobiography while stating that she loves to share her stories with the audience with a pinch of humor and share the emotional stress too through her books. Her books and Television series have been received well by the audiences.