CANDY SPELLING, whose husband Aaron produced America's favorite entertainment ("Dynasty," "Charlie's Angels," "The Love Boat," "Beverly Hills 90210"), is one of Hollywood's most famous women. Her marriage was one of Tinseltown's happiest and most enduring, ending only with Aaron's death in 2006. Since then, Candy began her own entertainment and media career, with a new TV series, "Bank of Hollywood," co-producing "Promises, Promises" on Broadway and writing on a variety of pop culture topics for TMZ.com, The Huffington Post and momlogic.com and as a contributing editor for Los Angeles Confidential Magazine. She is involved with a number of charitable and public service organizations, and is in the process of "downsizing" from Spelling Manor to a 17,000 square foot condominium in Century City.
"In "Stories from Candyland", the grande dame of Hollywood--Candy Spelling--tackles her memoirs with humor and honesty."--"Radar""" "Candy cracks open the door to her life."--"Los Angeles Times""" "Candy Spelling more than lived up to her billing as the original, quintessential 'Hollywood Wife'."--"Vanity Fair"""Stories from Candyland" is a confection of stories and adventures in Candy Spelling's magical life."--"Huffington Post"