Tori Spelling Net Worth 2018

Who is Tori Spelling and what is her net worth 2018? Tori Spelling is an actress who has appeared in a number of television films. She is also an author, television personality, and socialite. She first appeared in Beverley Hills 90210 as Donna Martin in 1990. Spelling has also appeared in a number of TV movies and independent movies like A Friend to Die For, The Mistle-Tones, Izzie’s Way Home, Kiss the Bride, House of Yes, Trick, A Carol Christmas, and Cthulhu.

Her autobiography entitled Stori Telling debuted at No. 1 on the New York Times Best Seller list. In her career, she has penned six books.

Early Life

Victoria Davey Spelling knew as “Tori Spelling” was born in Los Angeles California on May 16, 1973. She was born to parents Aaron Spelling and Candy Spelling. Her father is a popular film and television producer. She has a brother named Randy who is a former actor and currently works as a life coach. She went to Beverley Hills High School located in Beverley Hills, California. In 1991, Spelling completed her graduation from Harvard-Westlake School. She started receiving acting lessons at the age of six. At the age of eight, she appeared in ‘Vega$’. In 1983, she appeared in the TV series Matt Houston, Hotel, The Love Boat, and Fantasy Island. She also appeared in other series like T. J. Hooker, Saved by the Bell, and Monsters.

Tori Spelling Net Worth

In July 2004, Tori Spelling got married to writer and actor Charlie Shanian. The couple divorced in April 2006. In May 2006, she married Dean McDermott who was previously married to Mary Jo Eustace. The couple has five children together named Liam Aaron, Stella Doreen, Hattie Margaret, Beau Dean and Finn Davey McDermott. She also has a stepson named Jack Montgomery McDermott.


At 17, Tori Spelling appeared in ‘Beverley Hills, 90210’ which was produced by her father’s production company called Spelling Television. In the 1990s, she appeared in various TV films and independent films like Co-Ed Call Girl, Trick, Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?, and the House of Yes. In 2006, she was seen in ‘So Notorious’ on VH1. She then appeared in the reality TV series called ‘Tori & Dean: Inn Love.

In 2008, her autobiography called ‘sTori TELLING’ was released. Her second entitled ‘Mommywood’ was released a year later. In 2010, another book called ‘uncharted terriTORI’ was released. In 2011, Spelling appeared in ‘Tori & Dean: sTORIbook Weddings’ along with her husband Dean. In the same year, she lent her voice for the movie Jake and the Never Land Pirates. She also appeared in Big Brother 13. A year later she hosted the second season finale of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.

She also appeared in Yo Gabba Gabba! by Nick Jr. In 2014, she appeared in the reality television series called Tori & Dean: Cabin Fever on HGTV. Spelling then appeared in ‘Mystery Gils’ on ABC Family. In 2016, she lent her voice to the animated film ‘Izzie’s Way Home’. In 2017, she appeared as a guest judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race.

In 2000, Tori Spelling was nominated in the Gold Satellite Award. She has received the Young Artist Award in 1991 for her role in Saved by the Bell. She has also received four other nominations from Young Artist Awards.

Net Worth of Tori Spelling

Tori Spelling began her career at a very young age. Her father gave her acting classes when she was 6. She has successfully appeared in a number of films and television shows. By doing so, she has gone on to accumulate good wealth for herself. Tori Spelling’s net worth is an estimated $1 million. Part of her wealth also comes from her writing profession. In 2010, she released her first picture book called ‘Presenting Tallulah’. She has also lent her voice to many TV shows and films including Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story’. She appeared as herself in the film ‘Scream 2’ in 1997.

She inherited $800,000 out of her father’s estate worth $500 million. In 2013, her husband cheated her with Emily Goodhand. She was ordained as a minister by the Universal Life Church Monastery. In her book, she has revealed on having financial problems.