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Throughout the hit series' run, Tori Spelling endured critical attacks on her acting abilities, and rumors about her personal life. After a stab at live sketch comedy in the L.A. production of Maybe Baby, It's You, Tori is currently developing her own sitcom for NBC.

Considering her familial ties to the world of schlock TV series such as The Love Boat, Dynasty and Fantasy Island, Tori is quite normal, despite the unordinary environment she comes from. Tori Spelling was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Young Actress Guest Starring in a Television Series, twice: for her 1987 appearance on Hotel and for a 1990 episode of Saved by the Bell, for which she took home the prize.

As for her budding film career, Tori was nominated for a Golden Satellite Award for her supporting role in Trick (1999).

Spelling has also been honored for her charitable work. In addition to her support of the Dream Foundation and Youth AIDS Foundation, she has received the Youth Leadership Award from the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. and the Youth Ambassador for Vision Award from Retinitis Pigmentosa International.

Tori's got big, beautiful eyes that can cast a penetrating glare, and flawless skin. Victoria Davey Spelling was born on May 16th, 1973, in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of Aaron and Carol "Candy" Spelling. Her TV producer father found major success during the latter half of the '70s with hits like Starsky & Hutch, Charlie's Angels, The Love Boat, and Fantasy Island (the latter two featured young Tori in guest-starring roles during the mid-'80s). Tori made her acting debut at the age of seven when she was cast as Robert Urich's niece in an episode of Vega$.

She continued to receive parts on network programs and TV movies, including Shooting Stars (1983), T.J. Hooker (1984), The Three Kings (1987), and Hotel (1985 and 1987), yet another Spelling production.

A 16-year-old Tori made her big-screen debut with a small part in 1989's Troop Beverly Hills. A guest-starring appearance in a 1990 episode of the popular teen sitcom Saved by the Bell (starring a young Tiffani-Amber Thiessen) earned her a Young Artist Award. That same year, Tori was cast in the role that would make her a household name (at least for the under 20 demographic); she won the part of "Donna Martin" in Beverly Hills, 90210. Despite denials from Aaron Spelling, it was widely speculated that Tori was hired due to her father's position as the show's producer, which harvested some unfavorable comments about the actress over the next few years.

Tori Spelling would go on to play the materialistic Beverly Hills princess for the duration of the '90s, and made guest appearances on other shows like Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Melrose Place (another Spelling production) and Blossom. Spelling returned to the big screen in 1997 to co-star in The House of Yes. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and for the first time in her career, Tori received some favorable reviews. Despite positive reviews for both screen appearances, she still received a Razzie nomination for Worst New Star, for her role in The House of Yes. Tori lost out (or, depending on how you look at it, won) to Dennis Rodman.

She continued to pursue film roles as 90210's run was winding down. It was rumored that she had plans to leave the series in its tenth season, and landed a supporting role in another Sundance hit comedy, Trick (1999), in which she portrayed a dubiously talented singer/actress. Once again, she received generally favorable reviews, and was nominated for a Golden Satellite Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role.

Following appearances in Scary Movie 2 and Sol Goode (both 2001), Tori took a hiatus from film work to co-star in the Los Angeles stage production of Maybe Baby, It's You, a comedy made up of vignettes.

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