LOS ANGELES - Aaron Spelling, a onetime movie bit player who created a massive number of hit series and highly acclaimed television movies, from the vintage “Charlie’s Angels” and “Dynasty” to “Beverly Hills 90210” and “Melrose Place,” died Friday, June 23, his publicist, Kevin Sasaki, said. He was 83.
Spelling died at his home in Los Angeles after suffering a stroke on June 18.
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