How rich is Darren Star?
Darren Star Net Worth:
|Birth date:||July 25, 1961|
|Birth place:||Potomac, Maryland, United States|
|Education:||Winston Churchill High School, University of California, Los Angeles|
|Awards:||Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series|
|Movies:||Sex and the City 2, Sex and the City, If Looks Could Kill, Doin' Time on Planet Earth|
|TV shows:||90210, Sex and the City, Miss Match, Grosse Pointe, Beverly Hills, 90210, Melrose Place, Central Park West, Younger, The Street|
Darren Star net worth, wiki & biography:
Produced in Potomac, Maryland, USA the film maker Darren Star has really turned into a star with awe inspiring successes in multiple movies and TV shows beginning with “Melrose Place”, “Beverly Hills, 90210”, “Sex and the City” and expecting the same from his new start in 2015 with ‘Younger. His biography and storyline behind how he became a successful name in Hollywood is rather fascinating. So continue reading his bio to learn about Darren Star. His mom was a freelance writer and dad was an orthodontist. He finished his early schooling from Winston Churchill High school and UCLA. The T.V. show Beverly Hills which was premiered on fox in 1990 found Darrens profession into the television world, he was credited with restoring the creation house; the spelling TV conglomerate. His standing of writing screenplays about adolescent characters functioned him in getting hired by fox to materialize the already envisioned thought of Beverly Hills. The show featured lives of several friends living in the upscale, browsing high school at West Beverly Hills High to faculty at the fictitious California University, and later into the grownup world. The show revolved around the lives of an organization of young adults living in a apartment complex called Melrose Place, the show was executively produced by Aaron Spelling for his business, Spelling Television. In the narrative Darren depicted his own experience of living in a motel fashion West Hollywood apartment building while working at a public relations company by day and writing scripts at nighttime. Tempted by CBS, Star left spelling empire in 1995 to create, compose and executively produce “Central Park West” an on-going primetime but neglected to excite the crowd. A revamp variation of the same with another name “CPW” was aired in June 1996 which met the exact same fate and was lost. Darren openly proclaimed himself a homosexual. He lives in LA, New York and has a net worth of 120 million USD.