Aaron Spelling Rests at Home After Suffering Stroke

Aaron Spelling, producer of TV's "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Charlie's Angels," suffered a stroke at his Holmby Hills estate over the weekend and was being treated at home, his publicist said Wednesday.

"He had a stroke Sunday at home," said spokesman Kevin Sasaki. "I don't know the extent of it. But if it had been some incredible degree, he would have been taken to the hospital."

Spelling, 83, was conscious and resting comfortably, Sasaki said. Spelling's wife, Candy, has been at his side.

Sasaki said he wasn't aware of any paralysis.

Spelling also produced "Dynasty," Love Boat," "Melrose Place," "Fantasy Island," "Burke's Law," "The Mod Squad," "Starsky & Hutch," "T.J. Hooker," "Hart to Hart" and "Hotel."

He has also produced more than 140 TV movies, including 1974's "Death Sentence," starring Nick Nolte, and 1976's "The Boy in the Plastic Bubble," starring John Travolta.