Where Are They Now?

Mark-Paul Gosselaar can currently be seen playing Detective John Clark on the series "NYPD Blue." Recent projects include the TV movies "Atomic Twister" and "Alikes" from 2002 as well as "The Princess and the Marine" and "Beer Money" from 2001. He also starred in the short-lived WB series "D.C." in 2000. He has been involved in celebrity racing and motocross events as well.
Tiffani Thiessen recently became engaged to actor Richard Ruccolo. Though her 2001 series "Something About Tiffani" was not picked up by networks, she is slated to star in this fall's series "Fastlane." She can also be seen in recent episodes of "Just Shoot Me" as well as the movies "Hollywood Ending," "Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday The 13th," and "The Ladies Man."
Mario Lopez is currently one of the hosts of "The Other Half," a male version of "The View" talk show. He also starred in the recently cancelled series, "Pacific Blue," as well as the 2002 movies "King Rikki" and "Outta Time." He was also a contestant on a celebrity edition of "The Weakest Link" for TV show hosts in late 2001.
Elizabeth Berkley appeared on several recent episodes of the series "Titus." She can also be seen in the 2002 movies "Detonator," "Roger Dodger" and "Cover Story" as well as 2001's "The Shipment" and "The Curse of the Jade Scorpion" and the TV movie "The Elevator." She has also had recent guest roles on series such as "Grosse Pointe," "NYPD Blue" and "Jack & Jill."

Dustin Diamond is keeping busy with a stand-up comedy college tour and his band Salty the Pocketknife. He appeared on an episode of FOX network's "Celebrity Boxing" in which he defeated Ron "Horshack" Palillo from "Welcome Back, Kotter." He recently released an instructional video called "Dustin Diamond Teaches Chess." Current and recent projects include "Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star" in 2003, a "Weakest Link" appearance, "You'll Never Wiez In This Town Again," "Big Fat Liar," "Long Shot," "Jane White is Sick and Twisted" and "Made."

Lark Voorhies' most recent project is the 2002 TV mini-series "Widows." She also had a role in the 2002 movie "Civil Brand." She appeared in several movies in 2001, including "How High," "Long Shot," and the TV movie "Fire & Ice." Recent TV guest appearances include parts on the series "Grown Ups" and "The Parkers."
Dennis Haskins turned his focus to a number of movie roles after the demise of "Saved By The Bell: The New Class" in 2000. He has appeared in such movies as "The Stone Man," "An Ordinary Killer," "18," "Tangy Guacamole," "Max Keeble's Big Move" and "The Boy With the X-Ray Eyes." He has also had guest appearances on "The West Wing" and "The Practice."
Leanna Creel had a small role in the movie "The Cell" in 2000, and recently started the film production company Anomaly Productions. Her credits as a producer include the recent "Get Over It" and "But I'm a Cheerleader."

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