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  1. Aaron Spelling ( Dallas, 22 aprile 1923 – Los Angeles, 23 giugno 2006) è stato un produttore televisivo, produttore cinematografico e attore statunitense, che detiene il record del mondo come produttore televisivo più prolifico [1] . Indice. 1 Biografia. 1.1 Origini. 1.2 Carriera. 1.3 Vita privata. 1.4 Malattia, controversie e morte.

  2. Aaron Spelling (April 22, 1923 – June 23, 2006) was an American film and television producer and occasional actor. His productions included the TV series Family (1976–1980), Charlie's Angels (1976–1981), The Love Boat (1977–1986), Hart to Hart (1979–1984), Dynasty (1981–1989), Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990–2000), Melrose ...

    • April 22, 1923, Dallas, Texas, U.S.
  3. Producer: Charlie's Angels. Aaron Spelling graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. Before that, he attended Forest Avenue High. He started as a writer and sold his first script to Jane Wyman Presents the Fireside Theatre (1955).

    • Producer, Writer, Actor
    • April 22, 1923
    • Aaron Spelling
    • June 23, 2006
  4. 24 giu 2006 · TV mogul Aaron Spelling, whose unparalleled string of hits ran from The Mod Squad in the ’60s to today’s 7th Heaven, died in his mansion near Beverly Hills on Friday. He was 83. Spelling passed...

  5. 25 giu 2006 · Aaron Spelling, the most prolific producer in American television, whose company generated hit shows over five decades, including "The Mod Squad," "Charlie's Angels," "The Love Boat,"...

  6. 25 giu 2006 · Aaron Spelling, the pioneering television producerbehind Charlie's Angels, The Love Boat and Dynasty, has died at age 83. Spelling died Friday at his home in Los Angeles after suffering a...

  7. 26 giu 2006 · Los Angeles, CA – Prolific television producer Aaron Spelling died at his home in Los Angeles June 23 at 83, apparently due to complications suffered as a result of a stroke. His family held a private burial service today at Hillside Memorial Park, publicist Kevin Sasaki said.