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Tori Spelling

Tori Spelling is a versatile actress whose career spans theatre, television, and film. Spelling and husband Dean McDermott can currently be seen running their own bed and breakfast in the Oxygen reality series, Tori & Dean: Inn Love. Spelling and McDermott created the show and serve as executive producers along side Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato of World of Wonder Productions.

Tori has also begun writing a humorous self-deprecating memoir which will let readers experience her truly unique life. The currently untitled book will be an irreverent look at her family and childhood, marriages, motherhood, and all that stems from a private life made public. The book is set for release in the spring of 2008.

Spelling will also be seen in the feature Kiss the Bride, which is set for release in the Fall of 2007. Tori also recently guest starred on The CW's hit series Smallville, in which she played a gossip columnist.

She recently starred in the comedy series, So NoTORIous on VH1. She also served as an executive producer on the scripted comedy, loosely based on her life. She also starred in the Los Angeles stage production of the highly acclaimed Maybe Baby, It's You. In the two-person show, Spelling portrayed eleven different characters.

Spelling received critical praise for her performance in Fine Line's comedy Trick, playing an aspiring actress who is constantly coming between her best friend and his potential hunky one-night stand.

Her additional feature credits include the independent feature 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, opposite Poppy Montgomery and Fred Willard; Scary Movie 2, the sequel to the 2000 blockbuster; a cameo in Scream 2; and a starring role in the Miramax comedy-drama The House of Yes, garnering Spelling kudos for her portrayal of a young college student who meets her fiancée's dysfunctional family over a stormy Thanksgiving weekend. Spelling starred as 'Donna Martin' on the FOX cornerstone series Beverly Hills, 90210 for ten seasons. As well she starred on The WB's midseason comedy series, The Help.

On July 24, 2007 Spelling debuted her jewelry line “The Tori Spelling Collection” exclusively on HSN. Fans and HSN customers went crazy for Tori’s original designs and the 12-piece collection which includes necklaces, earrings, cuffs, and bracelets sold out in minutes.

In 2004, Spelling launched her fashion jewelry line Maven. The collection consists of necklaces, bracelets, cuffs, pendants, earrings and rings made out of a variety of metals and semi-precious stones. Maven is a product of Tori’s passion for style and design and is currently sold at high end specialty boutiques throughout the United States.

Spelling works with numerous charities, including Much Love Animal Rescue, a no-kill shelter dedicated to finding rescued animals loving homes in the Los Angeles area. She also lends her support to the Dream Foundation, a charitable organization that helps terminally ill adults fulfill their dreams.




Spelling It Like It Is, November 2013
CelebraTORI, April 2012
Presenting . . . Tallulah, September 2010
Uncharted Territori, June 2010
Mommywood, April 2009
sTORI Telling, February 2008




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