“Beverly Hills, 90210” used to be appointment television. Whether you were a Dylan devotee or a Brendan groupie, if you grew up in the 90s, chances are you were glued to Aaron Spelling’s edgy prime time drama.
But, nearly three decades have passed since “Beverly Hills, 90210” first aired. Gulp. Yes, “Beverly Hills, 90210” premiered 26 years ago. Check out what the stars are up to now.
Shannen Doherty (Brenda)
Doherty is in the middle of a brave fight with breast cancer. She is working hard to raise awareness and inspire other women to get tested.
Luke Perry (Dylan)
This 90s heartthrob is still a working actor (look for him on The CW’s “Riverdale” next year). He was also just on the cover of AARP magazine!
Just incase you didn’t feel old– yes- that’s Dylan McKay ( Luke Perry) — and he’s on the cover of AARP. My God!!! pic.twitter.com/ETbcGFxZO0
— Pamela Michelle (@SportyDiva) October 17, 2016
Jennie Garth (Kelly)
Garth has enjoyed continued success in Hollywood, most notably on “What I Like About You” and “Dancing with the Stars.” She also made headlines for her dramatic wight loss and sexy new look.
Tori Spelling (Donna)
Spelling went the reality route. Her show “Tori and Dean” followed her and her hubby Dean McDermott as they dealt with romance, parenting and everything in between. His infamous affairs drove them apart, but they have reconciled and are now expecting a fifth child.
Jason Priestly (Brandon)
Priestly had a love affair with racing cars for a period of time, but a near-fatal accident helped to put him back into the acting world. Nowadays, he gets his thrills off the track. He is married, has two kids and is still as handsome as ever.
Ian Ziering (Steve)
He fell of the map for a while, but Ziering he made a big return in SyFy’s campy and hilarious “Sharknado.” He also starred on “Dancing with the Stars,” where his turn made a bit of a scandal when dancer Cheryl Burke said that she hated working with him. He’s also the face of a new clothing line called Chainsaw.
Brian Austin Green (David)
He has enjoyed his fair share of tabloid headlines thanks to his marriage to stunner Megan Fox. The pair are rumored to have a on-again-off-again romance, but they just welcomed their third child and seem happy as can be. He’s still acting and also does quite a bit of philanthropic work.
Gabrielle Carteris (Andrea)
She was always the “nerd” on “Beverly Hills, 90210.” Whip-smart and fond of large glasses, Andrea was a favorite of bookish guys and girls everywhere. Carteris is now the president of Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA), and she still appears on television shows such as CBS’s “Code Black.” She also has two kids, and her youngest just headed off to college—if you can believe it!
Joe E. Tata (Nat)
Tata is doing well and enjoying his golden years in California. We are glad to hear that our favorite Peach Pit owner is healthy and happy. He always made us yearn for a piece of that famous Peach Pit pie.
James Eckhouse (Mr. Walsh) and Carol Potter (Mrs. Walsh)
We guess we could use their first names now, but that just doesn’t seem right! They will always be Mr. and Mrs. Walsh to us. Mr. Walsh is directing now, and Mrs. Walsh still does some acting.
So c’mon guys, how about a reunion already?!