Tiffani Thiessen, Elizabeth Berkley and Lark Voorhies, all former stars on “Saved by the Bell,” went on to pursue a number of acting projects after the show’s end. Voorhies was the only original female cast member who did not participate in the show’s “Tonight Show” reunion in 2015.
Tiffani Thiessen played Kelly Kapowski, a popular cheerleader who was Zack Morris’ on-off girlfriend throughout the series. After the show ended, Thiessen starred on “Beverly Hills, 90210” from 1994 to 1998, playing troubled character Valerie Malone. In the 2000s, Thiessen starred in the TV series “White Collar,” which focused on FBI agents chasing white-collar criminals. Known as Tiffani-Amber Thiessen during the “Saved by the Bell” era, she later dropped her middle name.
Elizabeth Berkley portrayed brainy know-it-all Jessie Spano on the “Saved by the Bell” and pursued a number of acting roles after the show ended, including a part in the cult film “Showgirls.” More recently, Berkley began a self-help program for teen girls called “Ask Elizabeth,” which she adapted into both a book and an MTV reality show.
Lark Voorhies, who played the fashion-obsessed Lisa Turtle, has done a range of acting work since “Saved by the Bell,” including TV shows, music videos and a leading role in the stoner comedy film “How High.” Voorhies also published three books of New Age philosophy between 2010 and 2015.