Winston Beigel, otherwise known as Winston Rauch, is a screenwriter, director, and producer based in the United States. He is well-known as the spouse of Melissa Rauch, a Hollywood actress. Winston has established himself as a talented writer in the entertainment business, co-writing works like the short comedy “The Condom Killer” and the sports comedy-drama “The Bronze,” which he penned with his wife.
Prior Life: Family & Education
Winston Beigel stands 6ft 3ins (190cm) tall, weighs roughly 170lbs (78kgs), and has a typical physical type. His hair color is dark brown, his eyes are light brown, and his skin usually is pale with an occasional tan.
|Full Name||Winston Beigel|
|Date of Birth||February 20, 1979|
|Birth Place||Manhattan, New York City, USA|
|Occupation||screenwriter, director, and producer|
|Height||6 feet 3 inches|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Net worth||2 million USD (approax)|
Career: Collab with his wife
In 2005, Winston Beigel began his career in the entertainment world. He developed a one-woman play with his then-girlfriend, Melissa Rauch, called “The Miss Education of Jenna Bush,” which was also their first collaboration. Winston Beigel and Melissa got inspired to compose the play after witnessing President George W. Bush’s daughter, Jenna, brag to her sister about how much the audience liked her during the 2004 “Republican Convention.”
The monologue play, which was also directed by Winston and Melissa and starred the latter, was a tremendous hit with the crowd and received rave reviews from critics, giving them their first taste of success and fame. At the 2005 New York International Fringe Festival, the act got dubbed a “crowd favorite” and an “excellent solo show.”
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The ‘Coronet Theater in Los Angeles and the ‘HBO US Comedy Arts Festival’ in Aspen, Colorado, each had sold-out runs. Winston and Melissa decided to move to Los Angeles after that. Melissa landed Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz in the CBS comedy “The Big Bang Theory” as a result of the show’s success. Her most memorable role was in this film. Their achievement also aided the two in obtaining representation. WME and Brillstein Entertainment currently handle them.
Melissa and Winston collaborated on the short comedy film “The Condom Killer,” which Winston co-wrote and directed. The film got released in the United States on July 6, 2009. Melissa was cast in the part of ‘Audra.’ It was the culmination of yet another fruitful relationship between the two.
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Wife: Mellisa Rauch & Child
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