The 1990s were all about 90210, but that cast is all grown up and a new cast is in their place. And the new show has actual teenagers on it.
It was a well-known fact that back in the 1990s, the 90210 cast was already well into their 20s, which means that a majority of them are now in their 30s and 40s -- prime parenting ages.
Ian Ziering announced yesterday at the age of 46 that he is about to become a first-time dad -- his wife Erin Ludwig is due to have a baby girl in April. But he's far from the only cast member who is living in the parent hood. Here are some others:
- Jennie Garth: Kelly Taylor may have been spoiled and troubled on 90210, but as a mom, she's anything but. She and her husband Peter Facinelli have three daughters, ages 13, 7, and 4.
- Gabrielle Carteris: The oldest of the 90210 "kids" at 29, Carteris' character Andrea Zuckerman was an overachiever who ultimately left the show to get pregnant. She and her husband have two teenage daughters.
- Luke Perry: Sexy, sexy Perry was Dylan McKay, the resident "bad boy" on 90210. In real life he and his ex-wife are parents to two children, a son who is 13 and a daughter who is 10.
- Jason Priestley: Brandon Walsh may have been a goody-two-shoes, but Priestley isn't. He's known for his fondness for fast cars and had a scary racing accident in 1999 when his car crashed into a wall at 180 MPH. He and his wife, makeup artist Naomi Lowde, have two children, a daughter who is 3 and a son who is 15 months old.
- Tori Spelling: Perhaps the most successful of all the 90210 alums, Spelling (Donna Martin) and her husband Dean McDermott have done reality shows. She is also an author and famous "personality." She and her husband have a 3-year-old son and a 2-year-old daughter.
Awww! Look at the cast all growed up!
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