Here's How 'Beverly Hills, 90210' Cast Honored Late Co-star Luke Perry on His 54th Birthday
Late Luke Perry was honored in the most heartfelt manner as many Hollywood stars and his fellow "Beverly 90210" stars took to social media on what would have been his 54th birthday.
Fans and fellow stars of late TV actor Luke Perry have decided to etch memories of him most sweetly. Showing that he would forever remain in their hearts, Perry's colleagues from "Beverly Hills, 90210" paid tribute.
The star who died last year was remembered on what would have been his 54th birthday as many TV stars shared paid respects on Instagram. Jennie Garth on her page, shared a black-and-white image accompanied with a short heartwarming message of her and late Perry taking a selfie and looking radiant.
Brian Austin Green, who played "David Silver" in the 1990's drama series, shared an old time snapshot of himself and Perry when they were youngsters. The duo was photographed posing at the beach. His lovely caption read:
"Happy Birthday brother!! Love You."
Star actress Tori Spelling chose to reflect on life and the presence of loved ones as she posted a sweet photo of her and her child sharing cozy moments. Spelling mentioned in her caption that Perry would always remain in her heart.
Perry is survived by his two children, Sophie and Jack, his mom, Ann Bennet, and then-fiance, Wendy Madison Bauer.
Ian Ziering, who played "Steve Sanders" in "Beverly Hills 90210," took a trip down memory lane as he shared a vintage photo of himself, Perry, and some of their fellow stars, showing their younger versions. He shared in his caption:
"All brothers from different mothers. Happy birthday, LP. RIP."
Last year, the "Riverdale" star was rushed to the hospital after a bout of stroke. He later became unresponsive during medical care and was kept under observation for five days.
The "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood" star's death was announced on the 4th of March and Perry is survived by his two children, Sophie and Jack, his mom, Ann Bennet, and then-fiance, Wendy Madison Bauer.
On the day he suffered a stroke, an announcement was made that Perry's breakout show was getting a reboot. In the 90's series, the star actor played the role "Dylan McKay.
While many of his fellow stars signed a contract to return to "Beverly Hills 90210," Perry did not. His other acting credits include "Spin City," "Will and Grace," and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," among others.