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26 Years Later: Where the "Beverly Hills, 90210" Stars Are Now

From Donna Martin to Dylan McKay

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Guys: Beverly Hills, 90210 premiered a whopping 26 years ago, yet it feels like it was only yesterday that you were taking sides in the Brenda/Kelly/Dylan love triangle and feeling super worried that Donna Martin might actually not graduate. Here, an update on where all the stars of this juicy '90s soap ended up.

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1.

Jason Priestley (Brandon Walsh)

A car racing accident left him seriously injured in 2002. (Don’t worry, he has fully recovered.) He has since appeared in shows including Psych and My Name Is Earl, and in 2014 he published a memoir, creatively titled Jason Priestley: A Memoir.

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Shannen Doherty (Brenda Walsh)

After an early exit from 90210, she starred in Charmed for eight seasons and appeared on a slew of reality shows. She also wrote a memoir and made a cameo in the series’ reboot in 2008. Recently, she has made headlines for her public battle with breast cancer.

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Gabrielle Carteris (Andrea Zuckerman)

The 29-year-old who played a teenager wound up leaving the show early and launching her own short-lived talk show,Gabrielle. Recently, she was elected president of the Screen Actors Guild, NBD.

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Tori Spelling (Donna Martin)

She has written four books and starred in reality shows about the ups and downs of her marriage in Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood and True Tori. Now she’s got a fifth child on the way.

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Brian Austin Green (David Silver)

He dabbled in a hip-hop career—and even released an album—before taking on bit parts in Desperate Housewives and Smallville. Now he’s expecting a third child with wife Megan Fox after filing for divorce (and reconciling) in 2015.

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Luke Perry (Dylan McKay)

The resident heartthrob showed up in small parts on Will & Grace, Community and Oz and has a number of projects coming up in 2017. He recently celebrated the big 5-0, a milestone that earned him the cover of AARP.

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Jennie Garth (Kelly Taylor)

She went on to star in What I Like About You and then reprised her role in the CW’s 90210 reboot in 2008. Since, the mom of three has appeared on Dancing With the Stars and written a memoir, too.

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Ian Ziering (Steve Sanders)

Just like his former costar, he also appeared on Dancing With the Stars. His return to TV in the Syfy original movie Sharknado opposite Tara Reid went viral, resulting in three sequels (and counting).

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Tiffani Thiessen (Valerie Malone)

After the series ended, the Saved by the Bell star appeared in shows like Two Guys and a Girl and White Collar. Currently, she has her own cooking show, Dinner at Tiffani’s.

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10.

James Eckhouse (Jim Walsh)

Brandon and Brenda’s dad has had roles in a handful of pretty major shows and films—including Masters of Sex and The Avengers. Go, Dad, go!

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Carol Potter (Cindy Walsh)

Brandon and Brenda’s mom went on to play bit parts in shows like NYPD Blue and Crossing Jordan.

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12.

Joe E. Tata (Nat Bussichio)

He reprised his role as operator of the Peach Pit in the CW’s 2008 version of 90210. He also appeared on Mystery Girls, starring two former Peach Pit regulars: Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling. He has yet to write a memoir.