Lark Voorhies Biography and Wiki
Lark Voorhies (born Lark Holloway on March 25, 1974) is a model and actress from the United States. Voorhies rose to prominence on the NBC sitcom Saved by the Bell as Lisa Marie Turtle (1989–1993). Voorhies received six nominations for the Young Artist Award, winning in 1990 and 1993 for her work on the show.
|Date of Birth||25 March 1974|
|Age||49 years (2023)|
|Husband(s)||Jimmy Green (m. 2015–2016), Andy Prince (m. 2007–2013), Miguel Coleman (m. 1996–2004)|
|Net worth||$1.5 million|
Lark Voorhies Career
Voorhies made her acting debut when she was two years old. Though she was attractive, she was shy, and her mother put Voorhies’ acting career on hold until she felt more at ease in front of the camera.
Voorhies later appeared on an episode of Small Wonder in 1988, at the age of fourteen. She landed the role of Lisa Turtle in the Disney Channel’s television series Good Morning, Miss Bliss in June of that year, and she appeared in thirteen episodes from 1988 to 1989.
Voorhies appeared as Lauren, a Harvard student, in the 2001 film How High. She appeared in a film adaptation of the book The Black Man’s Guide to Understanding Black Women in 1990, and she played Ana Smith in the 2008 film The Next Hit.
Lark Voorhies Marriages
During the run of Saved by the Bell, Voorhies dated her co-star Mark-Paul Gosselaar for three years. Voorhies married actor Martin Lawrence in 1993, but the marriage was called off in 1994.
In 1996, Voorhies married Miguel Coleman. They divorced in 2004 after splitting up in 2001. In 2014, Voorhies met music engineer Jimmy Green at a networking event. Voorhies and Green married on April 30, 2015, at a chapel in Las Vegas, Nevada, after dating for a year. After six months of marriage, Voorhies filed for divorce in October 2015.
What Happened to Lark Voorhies?
A 2020 appearance on Dr. Oz helped to clear the air about what happened to Lark Voorhies. She has since been open about her battle with mental illness, specifically schizoaffective thought disorder, a schizophrenic-mood disorder (depression or bipolar).
Lark Voorhies Net worth
Lark Voorhies has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.