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'90s Hotties Revisited

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    Who could forget that quirky silly little girl from Nickelodeon's "All That" and the amazing sketches of The Amanda Show?? Over the years Amanda Bynes, now 25, has gotten "much better!" starring in films such as She's the Man and Easy A. Don't you miss amandaplease.com? Bring in the dancin' lobsters!
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    TOPANGA!!! We will never forget you and your beautiful hair. We all wished that we could be like you and Corey, but sadly our lives are not Boy Meets World. Now you're the host of Style Network's "The Dish," and you are hilarious. <3
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    So, I admit I was too young for Melrose Place, but most of you will remember shark-like apartment manager Amanda Woodward, aka Heather Locklear. Since Melrose, Heather has been in Spin City, LAX, and oh, wait, Melrose Place again?! Guess no one can get enough of that scheming vixen.
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    Many of you remember Ian Ziering's 10-year run on Beverly Hills, 90210 as Steve Sanders, the cocky but kindhearted high schooler. Unlike his costars, who struggled to stay in the public eye post-cancellation (cough*cough Tori Spelling cough*cough), Ian seemed happy to stick with his reputation as a 90's teen heartthrob, occasionally taking on roles, such as voiceover work for the animated Mighty Ducks Series and Batman Beyond. And, ok, I was a kid in the 90s. How did I miss Biker Mice From Mars?? Totes going on the netflix queue.
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    Most people won't know who the heck Jaleel White is....until you say the word Urkel. The Family Matters funny nerd warmed and/or annoyed the hearts of millions of Americans in the 90s with his nasally voice, thick rimmed glasses, pants pulled up above his waist, and the suspenders! Oh the suspenders!! Jaleel hasn't done anything major since then, but he's still our favorite nerd!
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    Dawson, how dreamy you were in the 90s on your Creek. "I don't wanna wait, till our lives will be over..." That song still brings back so many memories, James Van Der Beek. I wish you could tackle me like you did in Varsity Blues, but I'll settle for you as Dr. Joe Briggs on Mercy.
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    Ian Ziering might have been a heartbreaker on 90210, but Jason Priestley was a sex symbol. Teens of the 90s watched Brandon Walsh with googly eyes, because he was the good guy, the "hero." During his eight years on 90210, he branched out into producing and directing, also appearing in supporting roles in TV shows such as Tru Calling and Medium. Jason was well-known for his love of racing, but his race-car driving career ended when he crashed his vehicle into a wall in 2002. He's still involved with the sport as an owner and co-owns a winery.
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    Jennie Garth certainly played the most dynamic character on Beverly Hills, 90210 as Kelly Taylor. She was instrumental in launching the spin-off, Melrose Place, and was the first cast member from the original show to be cast in the new 90210, making her the de facto figurehead of the entire franchise. In between the three shows, Jennie starred as Amanda Bynes' (also on the list) aunt in What I Like About You
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    Jennifer Love Hewitt was all over the covers of TeenMag, J-14, and TigerBeat because of her role as Sarah Reeves on Party of Five, and subsequent spin-off Time of Your Life. Since then she's become a Ghost Whisperer who Knows What You Did Last Summer.
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    Joey Lawrence. We couldn't get enough of you on Blossom and Brotherly Love. Now you're on ABC Family's Melissa & Joey, and we miss your hair.
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    Joseph Gordon-Levitt, we all loved you in the 90s as Tommy in 3rd Rock From the Sun and Cameron James (James Cameron reference?) in 10 Things I Hate About You. Now we love you even more. See you in our dreams, inception boy.
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    Joshua Jackson rose to fame through his role as the lovable romantic Pacey Witter in Dawson's Creek. He now stars as Peter Bishop on Fringe and is married to Diane Kruger of National Treasure and Inglorious Basterds fame.
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    Lacey Chabert was famous for her role as Claudia Salinger in Party of Five (or for me, as the voice of Eliza Thornberry on The Wild Thornberrys). Many people will also recognize her as Gretchen Weiners, the heir to the toaster strudel fortune, from Mean Girls.
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    Luke Perry played Dylan McKay on Beverly Hills, 90210. His costar Jason Priestley recently directed Luke in a made for TV movie called "Goodnight for Justice," a western.
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    Everyone <3's Zack Morris, and everyone was jealous of Kelly Kapowski. Mark-Paul Gosselaar has made quite a career for himself, starring in NYPD Blue, Commander in Chief, and Raising the Bar. His most recent TV gig is called Franklin & Bash, where he plays a lawyer named Steven Bash.
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    Matthew Fox is perhaps more famous now than he was back in the 90s. He played the irresponsible, immature eldest son, Charlie Salinger, on Party of Five, which is sort of the opposite of Dr. Jack Shephard, who he played on Lost.
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    NPH, Doogie Howser, MD, Barney, or simply Neil Patrick Harris was a lovable little genius who was probably the first blogger on TV as a pre-pubescent doctor. He is now a Legen- wait for it - DARY star as womanizing Barney on CBS' How I Met Your Mother, an ironic role since NPH announced he was gay in 2006. He has a love of magic and is also an amateur magician.
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    The former Party of Five star now acts as Chad Decker on ABC's "V." He and his wife Kelley have a son named Jackson Kayse Wolf.
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    Having been on Saved By the Bell AND Beverly Hills, 90210, Kelly Kapowski/Valerie Malone/Tiffani Thiessen is a 90s Landmark. She is now the star of White Collar, as actor Tim DeKay's wife Elizabeth Burke. white collar +kid
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    Topher Grace, most famous for his role as Eric Foreman in That 70s show was most recently in the film Take Me Home Tonight, and is in various stages of production for five upcoming films. Can't wait to see them Toph!!
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    Corey Matthews, we all love and miss your quirky charm and scheming ways. After years of not doing anything, Ben Savage has two films now in post-production! Peace and Riot and Lake Effects
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    Brian Austin Greene was famous in the 90s because of Beverly Hills, 90210. Now he's famous for being married to Megan Fox.
 
 

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