• Winston Beigel is a 40 year-old Caucasian screenwriter, director and producer
• He is married to actress and screenwriter Melissa Rauch, and they have one daughter
• His first credited project was from 2009 and was entitled "The Condom Killer"
• He has also had some other successes over the course of his screenwriting career since 2009
• He has a net worth of more than $2 million, while his wife's is greater than $6 million
- 1 Who is Winston Beigel?
- 2 Early life and education: Mysterious origins
- 3 Career: Their combined effort
- 4 Love life: How did he become Melissa Rauch’s husband?
- 5 Who is his wife?
- 6 Melissa’s nominations
- 7 A tribute to mom and dad
- 8 What is Winston Beigel’s net worth?
- 9 Body measurements
- 10 Social media presence
Who is Winston Beigel?
Born under the sign of Pisces on the 20th of February 1979, in Manhattan, New York City USA, Winston Beigel is a 40 year-old Caucasian screenwriter, director and producer. He is probably best known to the world for his significant presence on the TV screen and across other media outlets, owing to his work in cinematography, as well as his marriage to actress and screenwriter Melissa Rauch. He has also had some other successes over the course of his sometimes lucrative screenwriting career since 2009.
Early life and education: Mysterious origins
Winston was raised apparently an only child in his birthplace, by his father and mother of thus-far unknown names and professions.
There is no information pertaining to his early childhood that could testify to what his interests were, but he is generally thought to have always had a noticeable penchant for entertainment. As for his education, he attended an unspecified high school in his birth state, from where he matriculated in 1997. He afterwards enrolled into Marymount Manhattan College, graduating from there in 2001 with an unspecified degree, though likely related to literature and writing.
Career: Their combined effort
Winston worked on several local projects with Melissa Rauch after college, since that’s where they met. One could also speculate that he had a few odd jobs at the time, but there’s no source to confirm this.
His first credited project is from 2009, at which point he co-directed, produced and wrote the short film entitled “The Condom Killer”. Six years later, he was involved in his second and thus-far biggest project – Winston co-wrote and was the executive producer of the comedy drama sport film entitled “The Bronze”, while he also created one of its soundtracks entitled “F That”. The other writer of the film was his wife, Melissa Rauch, who also had the lead role in it. These are for now his only two credited projects, but his writing was evident in a few others too. “The Miss Education of Jenna Bush” is a theater piece attributed to Winston, and it was successful enough to be seen at the HBO US Comedy Arts Festival in Colorado.
He also had a part in writing for “CBS; The Hollywood Reporter” and “If We’re Not Married By Thirty”. In 2019, his greatest source of income is still screenwriting.
Love life: How did he become Melissa Rauch’s husband?
When it comes to Winston’s romantic involvements, due to the lack of information about this part of his life, it is unknown whether he’s had any partners besides Melissa. The two met at some point in college, prior to 200, then continued working together following their graduation, and by 2005 were close associates. They started dating a year later, and married in a private ceremony in 2007, at which point Beigel unconventionally took on his wife’s surname, and thus became Winston Rauch. In July 2017, they announced to the public that they were waiting for their first child, thereby also revealing that Melissa unfortunately had a miscarriage prior to the second pregnancy.
Their daughter Sadie Rauch was born in December 2017, and for now this is their only child. There has thus far been no controversy surrounding their union. The three reside together at an undisclosed location, supposedly in New York City.
Who is his wife?
Born Melissa Ivy Rauch under the sign of Cancer on the 23rd of June 1980, in Marlboro, New Jersey USA, Melissa is a 39 year-old Caucasian actress and screenwriter. She was raised by her father David Rauch and her mother Susan Rauch in New Jersey, both of Jewish beliefs. Melissa attended Marlboro High School in her birth town, and upon matriculation in 1998, enrolled into the aforementioned college.
She is probably most familiar to worldwide audiences thanks to her frequent exposure on the TV screen, and in other media, most prominently for portraying Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz in the CBS sitcom entitled “The Big Bang Theory”. She has also been involved in a number of other projects over the course of her often lucrative acting career since 2006, and at the moment, Melissa has a total of 27 acting credits, and three for writing, while she’s also worked on four soundtracks. She has now been collaborating with her husband for well over a decade, and so they make most of their income together.
Though for now both are yet to win an award. Melissa has been nominated for quite a few – 10 in total. In 2012 and for the subsequent five years, Rauch was nominated alongside Mayim Bialik, Jim parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Kunal Nayyar and Simon Helberg for the Screen Actors Guild Award in the Outstanding performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series category, for their contribution to “The Big Bang Theory”. In 2013 she was nominated for the Critics’ Choice TV Award in the Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series category for her performance in the aforementioned show.
— Melissa Rauch (@MelissaRauch) August 9, 2019
In 2014 and 2016, she was nominated two more times for the same performance – for the People’s Choice Award in the Favorite TV Gal Pals category (2014), and for the OFTA Television Award in the Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series category (2016). Lastly, she was nominated for the BTVA Special/DVD Voice Acting Award in 2018, in the Best Vocal Ensemble in a TV Special/Direct-to-DVD Title or Short category alongside ten others, for their performance in “Batman and Harley Quinn” from 2017.
A tribute to mom and dad
Though the stars of “The Big Bang Theory” are quite famous, very few people know what inspired Melissa to create the voice that she uses while playing Bernadette.
As described by the star herself, the ‘sweet, high-pitched purr’ is an indirect portrayal of her mother’s voice, while the ‘eerie, haranguing imitation’ was inspired by her father, and both of these variants differ greatly from Melissa’s real voice, which adds to her acting quality.
What is Winston Beigel’s net worth?
Have you ever been interested in just how rich Winston could be, in the latter half of 2019? Some of the most credible sources estimate that Beigel’s net worth is well over $2 million, while his wife’s is greater than $6 million, making for a combined household fortune of more than $8 million. Winston earned this income by lending his writing skills to several titles throughout his career, and seeing as he continues to do so today, the said amount will definitely grow.
So, what do you think are the physical specifications of the popular writer? He is 6ft 3ins (190cm) tall, weighs around 170lbs (78kgs), with a body shape often described as regular. His hair is dark brown, his eyes are light brown, and his complexion is generally pale with an occasional tan.
Social media presence
Since Winston is a writer, producer and director, it would make sense to believe that he’s focused on constantly expanding his audience, mostly through interacting with the fans on social media, and sharing new information about his life with Melissa and their daughter. However, it doesn’t seem as though Winston is interested in this obligation, since he is nowhere to be found on the three most popular social media networks, as he doesn’t have Facebook, Twitter or Instagram accounts.