Randy spelling dating 2016
His parents gave him the choice of whether to study and become a bar mitzvah.
“Eighty percent of my friends were Jewish, so I was going to bar and bat mitzvahs all the time,” he says.
“When I’m giving a talk in front of hundreds of people, I can sit in a chair or have more fun with it,” he says.
“Beverly Hills, 90210,” which ran from 1990 to 2000, gave Randy both his first taste of acting and a recurring role three years later.
A year after moving to Spelling Manor, Randy says his dad and sister thought it would be fun for him to try acting.
Although he was bored with his first bit part in his father’s “Beverly Hills, 90210” TV show, Randy Spelling decided in high school that he wanted to join the family business – entertainment.
Randy is the son of Aaron Spelling, television’s most prolific producer, and Candy Spelling. Randy says he didn’t want to disappoint his family, and he has a great appreciation for the entertainment industry, but adds “It never was for me.” He attributes the addictions that nearly killed him the year his father died (2006) to “not being true to myself.” Now a 37-year-old husband, father, life coach and author living in Portland, he describes life as happy, fulfilling and full of good food.