Lark Voorhies Now, 20 Years After Saved by the Bell

After “Saved by the Bell,” Lark Voorhies continued her acting career with roles in various TV shows.

She appeared in “The Bold and the Beautiful” as Jasmine Malone, an aspiring fashion designer.

However, her time on the soap opera was short-lived, partly due to conflicts between her role and her religious beliefs as a Jehovah’s Witness. Voorhies has also made guest appearances on shows like “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” and “In the House.”

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Beyond acting, Voorhies ventured into music, attempting to launch a music career on several occasions. She was part of the X-Girls, later renamed Geneva, and was the lead singer of the alternative rock group Third Degree. In 2011, she released an album titled “The Mixer.”

Voorhies faced challenges in her personal life, including allegations of drug use and mental health struggles, which she has publicly addressed and denied. She has been open about her diagnosis of schizoaffective disorder and has made progress with the support of her family.

In terms of her love life, Voorhies has experienced dramatic and high-profile relationships, including a brief engagement to “Martin” star Martin Lawrence and a marriage to music engineer Jimmy Green, which ended shortly after.

Voorhies has also explored writing, publishing three books between 2010 and 2011. These works led to further public speculation about her wellbeing.

Despite these challenges, Voorhies has continued to be a part of the “Saved by the Bell” legacy, reprising her role as Lisa Turtle in the series’ reboot, showing that she remains a cherished part of the iconic show’s history.