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“In retrospect, if I didn’t go so far in that direction and have those experiences of connection, I probably would have died,” he says.
He also appeared in “Charmed” before starring on “Sunset Beach” for four seasons. There were four times when I could have or should have died.” Randy says he was addicted “to anything that would make me feel different – alcohol, drugs.” When his father passed away in 2006, Randy says he realized he, too, would die “unless something changed.” “Coupled with a feeling I had inside that there was so much more to life, a deeper spiritual connection I was in tune with before this madness,” he began to find his way out. “I got an excited feeling in my stomach and thought ‘that’s strange,’ ” he says.
“Because they gave me a choice, the choice was ‘no.’ ” He was always close to his dad, though sometimes he would only see him on weekends due to Aaron Spelling’s busy schedule.
The Internet Movie Database lists the elder Spelling as the producer of 225 television series, movies and mini-series including long-running series stretching from “Burke’s Law” (1963-66), “Mod Squad” (1968-73), “The Love Boat” (1977-87) and “Dynasty” (1981-89) through “7th Heaven” (1996-2006) and “Charmed” (1998-2006).
“Beverly Hills, 90210,” which ran from 1990 to 2000, gave Randy both his first taste of acting and a recurring role three years later.
A year after moving to Spelling Manor, Randy says his dad and sister thought it would be fun for him to try acting.