Aaron Spelling

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Aaron Spelling
Born April 22, 1923 in Dallas, Texas, USA
Died June 23, 2006 in Los Angeles, California, USA from complications from a stroke
Notable Shows Charlie's Angels
The Love Boat
Awards star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Contents

Roles

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
I Love Lucy Gas Station Man 4x15 - Tennessee Bound January 24, 1955
Gunsmoke Weed Pindle 1x35 - The Guitar July 21, 1956
Melrose Place Himself 3x17 - Love Thy Neighbor: The Baddest and the Best of Melrose Place January 9, 1995
Beverly Hills, 90210 Himself 5x20 - You Gotta Have Heart February 8, 1995

Producer

TV Series Produced

Series Year(s) Producer Credit Season(s)
Johnny Ringo 1959 –1960 Producer
The Dick Powell Show 1961 –1963 Producer
The Lloyd Bridges Show 1962 –1963 Executive Producer
Burke's Law (1963) 1963 –1966 Producer
The Smothers Brothers Show (1965) 1965 –1966 Executive Producer
Honey West 1965 –1966 Executive Producer
Rango 1967 Producer
The Guns of Will Sonnett 1967 –1969 Producer
The Mod Squad 1968 –1973 Executive Producer
The New People 1969 –1970 Executive Producer
The Most Deadly Game 1970 –1971 Executive Producer
The Rookies 1972 –1976 Executive Producer
S.W.A.T. 1975 –1976 Executive Producer
Starsky and Hutch 1975 –1979 Executive Producer
Family 1976 –1980 Executive Producer
Charlie's Angels 1976 –1981 Executive Producer
The San Pedro Beach Bums 1977 Executive Producer
The Love Boat 1977 –1986 Executive Producer
Vega$ 1978 –1981 Executive Producer
Fantasy Island (1978) 1978 –1984 Executive Producer
Hart to Hart 1979 –1984 Executive Producer
B.A.D. Cats 1980 Executive Producer
Aloha Paradise 1981 Executive Producer
Strike Force 1981 –1982 Executive Producer
Dynasty 1981 –1989 Executive Producer
Matt Houston 1982 –1985 Executive Producer
T.J. Hooker 1982 –1986 Executive Producer
At Ease 1983 Executive Producer
Hotel 1983 –1988 Executive Producer
Glitter 1984 Executive Producer
Finder of Lost Loves 1984 –1985 Executive Producer
MacGruder and Loud 1985 Executive Producer
Hollywood Beat 1985 Executive Producer
The Colbys 1985 –1987 Executive Producer
Life with Lucy 1986 Executive Producer
Heartbeat (1988) 1988 –1989 Executive Producer
Nightingales (1989) 1989 Executive Producer
Beverly Hills 90210 1990 –2000 Executive Producer
2000 Malibu Road 1992 Executive Producer
The Round Table 1992 Executive Producer
Melrose Place 1992 –1999 Executive Producer
Models Inc. 1994 –1995 Executive Producer
Robin's Hoods 1994 –1995 Executive Producer
Madman of the People 1994 –1995 Executive Producer
Kindred: The Embraced 1996 Executive Producer
Malibu Shores 1996 Executive Producer
Savannah 1996 –1997 Executive Producer
7th Heaven 1996 –2006 Executive Producer
Pacific Palisades 1997 Executive Producer
Buddy Faro 1998 Executive Producer
Love Boat: The Next Wave 1998 –1999 Executive Producer
Charmed 1998 –2006 Executive Producer
Rescue 77 1999 Executive Producer
Titans (2000) 2000 Executive Producer
All Souls 2001 Executive Producer
Queens Supreme 2003 Executive Producer
10-8: Officers on Duty 2003 –2004 Executive Producer
Summerland 2004 –2005 Executive Producer

Made-for-TV Movies Produced

Title Producer Credit Airdate Series/Banner
Cry Panic! Producer February 6, 1974 ABC Movie of the Week

Writer

Series Created

Series Premiere Date Creation Credit
Johnny Ringo October 1, 1959 Creator
The Smothers Brothers Show (1965) September 17, 1965 Creator
The Guns of Will Sonnett September 8, 1967 Creator
The New People September 22, 1969 Creator

Episodes Written

Series Episode Airdate
The Rookies 3x13 - Blue Christmas December 16, 1974

Director

Episodes Directed

Series Episode Airdate
Wagon Train 2x24 - The Conchita Vasquez Story March 18, 1959

Awards and Accolades

Family