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Mark-Paul Gosselaar (Zack Morris)
He no longer has the bleached blonde hair, but Mark-Paul is still the same lovable actor. Since his time at Bayside, he’s starred on shows like Franklin & Bash, NYPD Blue, and most recently, mixed-ish. He’s currently married and has four kids, Dekker, Michael, Ava, and Lachlyn. As for a SBTB reboot, the actor claims he doesn’t know much about it! “Honestly, I was never approached. I woke up to the news… with a kind of ‘huh’ response,” he told Variety.
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Tiffani Thiessen (Kelly Kapowski)
After Bayside, Tiffani dropped the “Amber” from her name and became just Tiffani Thiessen. The 45-year-old has been married since 2005 and has two children, Harper Renn and Holt Fisher. She’s also kept busy on the small screen, starring in TV shows like Beverly Hills, 90210, White Collar, and most recently, Netflix’s Alexa & Katie.
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Dustin Diamond (Screech Powers)
After Saved by the Bell came to an end, the actor pursued a career in standup comedy, where he often used his experiences on the iconic show as part of his jokes. In 2009, he published a salacious tell-all book about the show entitled Behind the Bell, which hurt his relationships with many cast members.
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Mario Lopez (A.C. Slater)
No more fighting over Kelly! Today, the actor is happily married to wife Courtney Mazza and has three children, Dominic, Gia, and Santino Rafael. In 2003, he showed off his dancing skills on Dancing With the Stars and came in second place. Today, he’s the co-host of Extra, where he interviews celebrities including some of his former co-stars!
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Elizabeth Berkley (Jessie Spano)
The actress shocked fans when she moved on from Bayside and starred in the controversial film Showgirls, in which she portrayed a stripper. In 2013, she competed on Dancing With the Stars and came in 6th place. She’s currently married with one child, a son named Sky Cole.
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Lark Voorhies (Lisa Turtle)
After Bayside, the actress appeared on TV shows including The Bold and The Beautiful and The Parkers . Reports of mental illness swirled after the actress exhibited unusual behavior during interviews, but Voorhies denies those reports.
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Dennis Haskins (Mr. Belding)
After Bayside, the actor went on to appear in a variety of TV shows including Mad Men and The Bold and the Beautiful. In 2009, he released an album entitled, Karaoke With Your Favorite Principal Dennis.
It's been 30 years since we were first introduced to Zack Morris, Kelly Kapowski, and the rest of the Bayside gang on Saved by the Bell.
The teen sitcom, which was originally titled, Good Morning, Miss Bliss, ran from 1989 to 1994, ending with Zack and Kelly finally tying the knot in a wedding special. Still today, after all these years, nostalgic fans reminisce about the iconic show, which made stars like Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Tiffani Thiessen household names.
Find out if Zack Morris is returning to Bayside High.
And now more than ever, with news of the Saved by the Bell reboot, featuring some of the show's original actors like Elizabeth Berkley and Mario Lopez, there's a growing interest in where the cast is now.
Since saying goodbye to Bayside High, stars from the show have welcomed babies, pursued other acting jobs, and one even penned a book about his experience on the show. Click through the gallery to see what the original cast of Saved by the Bell is up to today.