'Saved by the Bell' – Where the Cast of This Legendary Show Is Now
This was one of the best television shows about the high school years of all time with some memorable characters that to this day remain in force in the taste of the audience.
From 1989 to 1993, "Saved by the Bell" became the favorite series for teenagers in the United States, filling everyone's minds and hearts with fun, mischief, and romance for four unforgettable seasons.
25 years after the series first season, people still have these characters in their hearts, and thanks to reruns, a whole new generation can still enjoy the adventures of Zack, Lisa, A.C. Slater, Kelly, Screech and Jessie. This is how the protagonists of this fun series are doing nowadays.
His beloved character Zackary "Zack" Morris, group leader, handsome and a bit vain always ended up getting his friends in trouble. Gosselaar began his career as part of the Disney sitcom "Good Morning, Miss Bliss" prior to "Saved by the Bell".
Following his "Saved by the Bell" years, Gooselaar was part of the "NYPD Blue" series playing Detective John Clark from 2001 t0 2005. He was also part of TNT's "Franklin & Bash" from2011-2014.
Gosselaar was married to model Lisa Ann Russell from 1996 until their divorce in 2011. The couple had two children. In 2012, he married executive advertising Catarina McGinn, with he also has two children.
Only fans know the meaning of the letters A.C. in Lopez's character: Albert Clifford. The muscular young man initially had to be Zack's counter figure, both competing for Kelly's love. However, the pair became best friends and he fell in love with Jessie, who always criticized him for his rude and unresponsive ways.
Lopez continued his acting career after the series playing Olympic driver Gregg Louganis, in "Breaking the Surface", a series about the legendary athlete of 1997. He was part of "The Bold and the Beautiful" in 2006, and participated that same year as a competitor on "Dancing with the Stars," finishing second.
He has also participated as host of several television shows during these years. Lopez is married to Broadway dancer Courtney Mazza and the couple has two children.
His role as Samuel "Screech" Powers is one of the most fun and awkward on television. Screech was the nerd of the group that did A.C.’s homework while he protected him from bullying. He has been friends with Zack since kindergarten and is totally loyal to this friendship.
After the departure of the series, Diamond participated in several films such as Pauly Shore is Dead and Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star. He also began to stand up comedy and toured with his show.
In 2009 Diamond published a book where he made revelations of things that happened behind the scenes during years of Save by the Bell, where he does not leave his castmates. His comments caused discomfort among his colleagues who categorically refuted them.
As a consequence of this, Diamond had to explain that the book was written mostly by a ghostwriter and many parts of it were manufactured. Diamond has a band called "Salty the Pocketknife" where he plays bass.
Kelly Kapowski was the most popular girl at Bayside High because she was the captain of the cheerleading, the volleyball, swimming and softball teams. Most of the show's events originate from their relationship with Zach.
At the end of her contract with "Save by the Bell", Tiffani was part of the successful "Beverly Hills 90212" playing Valerie Malone. She also appears in movies such as "From Dusk Til Dawn 2" and "The Ladies Man", and in TV shows such as "NewsRadio", "Two Guys and a Girl", and "Good Morning, Miami".
Since 2009 she has appeared regularly in the crime series "White Collar." Thiessen has been married since 2005 with actor Brady Smith, the couple has two children.
Jessie Spano is Zack's best friend, her neighbor and probably the smartest girl in high school. The incursions into her room by Zack to seek advice are one of the favorite sequences of the followers of the series.
When finished "Saved by the Bell" Berkley starred in the Paul Verhoeven's "NC-17 Showgirls" movie with the role of Nomi Malone, an exotic dancer. She has participated in numerous TV shows including "CSI: Miami", "NYPD Blue", and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent."
In 2012, Berkley received her first child, a boy, just a few days before her 40th birthday. In 2013, she married artist Greg Lauren.
Lisa Turtle is the "Bayside High Fashionist" and friend of Zack since primary school. At times she shows some interest in him, however, she spends all her time rejecting and mocking Schreech's attempts to conquer her.
After leaving the show in 1995, Voorhies entered "The Bold and the Beautiful" for a year only because she refused to film sex scenes for her strong religious convictions. She also had roles in "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine", "Family Matters", and "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air."
Voorhies has written to several books and in 2005 she spoke openly about her struggles with lupus and denied suffering from bipolar disorder.
Mr. Richard Belding is the principal of Bayside High School and along with the six boys the most recurring character in the series. The phrase Hey, hey, hey, what’s going on here? Identifies him. In spite of his constant vigilance so that the rules are fulfilled, he sincerely cares for the welfare of his students.
Haskins has a career as a singer and in 2009 he released his album Karaoke With Your Favorite Principal Dennis, which includes songs known as "California Dreamin ', "Brown Eyed Girl," "Georgia," and more.
He also continued to appear eventually on TV shows as a guest artist and had a role in "A Million Ways to Die in the West" as the Snake Oil Salesman.
This compilation cannot be complete without Max, the owner of the lunch local next to Bayside High who with his magic tricks put a touch of humor.
Alonzo continued to work as a comedian and as a magician, working with the greats of the world of music and entertainment, such as Michael Jackson on his final tour and with Britney Spears on her tour The Circus.