Winston Beigel Biography
Birthday: February 20, 1979 (Pisces)
Born In: Manhattan, New York City, United States
Winston Beigel, also known as Winston Rauch, is an American screenwriter, director, and producer. He is the husband of Hollywood actor Melissa Rauch. Winston has made a name for himself as a skilled writer in the entertainment industry, with works such as the short comedy ‘The Condom Killer’ and the sports comedy drama ‘The Bronze,’ both of which he co-wrote with his wife. Winston’s collaboration with Melissa goes back to the time when he started his career in the mid-2000s and co-wrote a one-woman show named ‘The Miss Education of Jenna Bush’ with Melissa, his then-girlfriend. The show was quite a success and earned Winston initial recognition. He then earned more fame co-writing and co-directing ‘The Condom Killer’ with Melissa. He also co-wrote ‘The Bronze’ with her. The couple have also been roped in by ‘CBS’ and ‘Warner Bros.’ to write the script of a comedy show titled ‘If We’re Not Married by 30,’ an adaptation of the popular novel of the same name by Anna Bell. Winston is also noted for adopting his wife’s last name.