, and considering that the movie is based on that biography, it’s safe to say most of the things that happened in this movie didn’t really happen that way at all. His mother Pauline is very strict about things like homework and money, but not very strict about eyebrow care. Dustin Diamond’s father did not approve of his acting career, until he started showing up to live tapings and suddenly became just delightful. Dustin pissed off Peter Engel from an early stage, making frequent duck quacking noises in the rehearsal room of . Tiffani-Amber Thiessen (Alyssa Lynch) introduced herself as “Tiffani-Amber.” Same with “Mark-Paul.” They both went with it for a loooong time.
Here are 100 things that APPARENTLY happened, if we’re to believe that the Diamond-produced ? Mark-Paul Gosselaar (Dylan Everett) and Lark Voorhies (Taylor Russell) had an immediate connection in the screen test waiting room, as evidenced by their making sexy rom-com eyes at each other at first glance. The role of Lisa Turtle was originally meant to be a Jewish-American princess. This is actually an amazing revelation and would have changed the face of ’90s television as we know it. Elizabeth Berkley (Tiera Skovbye) was also up for Kelly. Peter Engel once thought Elizabeth Berkley had range.
Interviewers noted that Voorhies "would frequently stop mid-sentence and stare off, often mumbling to herself or to others who weren't there." Voorhies explained it thusly: "I have a strong spiritual sense.
You caught me in moments of pray [sic]." Here's hoping that whatever's ailing Voorhies that she gets well., Mario Lopez revealed that he had a one-night stand with a "mega pop star" years ago when they were both single, and claims that they're still friendly.
after she and Lawrence had split, it was sad and scary.
"She flinched whenever a man was near her or a man's voice was suddenly projected toward her.