TIFFANI THIESSEN RECALLS DRINKING WINE IN PARIS AT AGE 16 “They kinda liked each other a bit,” Alonzo recalled of Gosselaar and Thiessen, adding that there was “absolutely” some real-life chemistry between the co-stars. ” “The first kiss between Zack and Kelly was a big deal," he then added."It was a big deal to them.” These days the show’s stars have moved on, but Alonzo still has hopes for a reboot of the series.
The biggest challenge has been simulating a tornado with wind machines and dirt and debris.Right when you walk on the set, you feel the energy of a tornado.We pit two (or three) of television’s most eligible (and fictional) bachelors against one another, and discuss their merits with regard to three major categories: attractiveness, personality, and potential for capital-D Drama.Based on our spirited debate, we’ll declare a winner, but fear not: you’ll have a chance to weigh in as well. Read Full Story(Bauer Griffin) Franklin & Bash star Mark-Paul Gosselaar and wife Catriona Mc Ginn welcomed their first child together on Monday.I guess the same is true for track, it's just that I have used track this year as a training device to improve my sprinting in road racing.
Actors are not all there when it comes to things like relationships.MARK-PAUL GOSSELAAR DOESN'T WANT HIS SON TO FOLLOW IN HIS 'SAVED BY THE BELL' FOOTSTEPS “You never say never, but I think what a good idea it would be – there should be a show based on The Max to where maybe the kids that were on "Saved by the Bell," their kids are now hanging out at The Max,” he pitched. Bell's original casting director, Robin Lippin, was tasked to find Bayside's newest group of friends.We are madly in love with our little boy,” the 39-year-old former Saved by the Bell actor dished.”He is healthy and just perfect — all we could ask for.”Gosselar and Mc Ginn, who is already dad to Ava Lorenn, 7, and Michael...He is best known for his roles as Zack Morris in NBC's Saved by the Bell, Good Morning, Miss Bliss, and Saved by the Bell: The College Years; Detective John Clark in ABC's NYPD Blue, Jerry Kellerman in TNT's Raising the Bar, and Peter Bash in the TNT series Franklin & Bash. It is like opening up a yearbook when you were in junior high.