Winston Beigel (Winston Rauch) is an well-known American screenwriter, producer, and director. He was born on 20 February 1979, in Manhattan, New York City, USA. He is widely recognized as the husband of a famous actress, and $8 Million Rich Melissa Rauch.
He has established himself as a talented writer in the entertainment industry, co-writing works like the short comedy "The Condom Killer" and the sports comedy-drama "The Bronze", both of which he created with his wife.
Date of Birth
20 February 1979,
Manhattan, New York City, USA
Screenwriter, producer and director
From a young age, Beigel had an interest in writing. He studied at Marymount Manhattan Institute.
The estimated net worth of Winston Beigel is around $2 million. He made his fortune through his successful professional career.
A Writer's annual income in the United States is $49,444 and a Television producer's annual salary is $68,151, respectively. Although, these changes depend entirely on how worthy and professional one is in the concerned industry.
Winston Beigel is married to Melissa Rauch in 2007. The lovebird first met in college. They began their collaboration as screenwriters, focusing on comedy, sketches, and comic shows, and started dating during that time. After dating for sometimes the couple tied the knot. He then broke convention by adopting his wife's last name.
His wife became pregnant in 2017, however, Melissa stated in July that they has lost their baby due to a miscarriage. She became pregnant again immediately and gave birth to their daughter, Sadie Ranch. In 2020 she gave birth to her second child, Brooks.
In 2005, Beigel began working in the entertainment industry alongside Melissa. He wrote "The Miss Education of Jenna Bush", a one-woman performance. The show was a hit with the audience, earning the title of "Outstanding solo show" in the 2005 " New York International Fringe Festival". Melissa landed a job on The Big Bang Theory as a result of the success of this show.
Furthermore, Winston co-wrote and co-directed the film "The Condom Killer", which was released on 6 July 2009. Melissa played the role of Audra in the film. The two later worked again as co-writers on The Bronze, an American sport comedy-drama film that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2015.
After that, CBS and Warner Bros contracted the duo to create a script for the comedy series "If We're Not Married by 30", which was based on Anna Bell's popular romantic comedy novel.