Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990 - 2000)


Beverly Hills, 90210

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67%

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Series Info

The trendy, long-running drama about pretty kids with ugly problems followed a pack of Gen-Xers from high school to post-collegiate life, while turning the cast into teen idols and helping Fox buff its youth-oriented image. Soapy and addictive, it tackled serious issues aplenty, including date rape, gun control, bulimia, steroids and substance abuse of every sort. It spun off the similarly popular 'Melrose Place' and offered early gigs to Hilary Swank, Peter Krause, Dean Cain and Vivica A. Fox.

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Seasons

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1999, FOX, 27 episodes

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1998, FOX, 26 episodes

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1997, FOX, 31 episodes

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1996, FOX, 32 episodes

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1995, FOX, 32 episodes

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1994, FOX, 32 episodes

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1993, FOX, 32 episodes

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1992, FOX, 30 episodes

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1991, FOX, 28 episodes

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1990, FOX, 23 episodes

Cast

Jason Priestley
as Brandon Walsh
Randy Spelling
as Randy Sanders
Shannen Doherty
as Brenda Walsh
Luke Perry
as Dylan McKay
Jennie Garth
as Kelly Taylor
Ian Ziering
as Steve Sanders
Tori Spelling
as Donna Martin
Gabrielle Carteris
as Andrea Zuckerman
Carol Potter
as Cindy Walsh
Joe E. Tata
as Nat Bussichio
Jason Wiles
as Colin Robbins
Ann H. Gillespie
as Jackie Taylor Silver
Douglas Emerson
as Scott Scanlon
Matthew Laurance
as Mel Silver
Katherine Cannon
as Felice Martin
Michael Durrell
as Dr. John Martin
Christine Elise
as Emily Valentine
Nicholas Pryor
as Chancellor Milton Arnold
Mark D. Espinoza
as Jesse Vasquez
Tiffani Thiessen
as Valerie Malone
Jed Allan
as Rush Sanders
Jamie Walters
as Ray Pruit
John Reilly
as Bill Taylor
Vincent Young
as Noah Hunter
Hilary Swank
as Carly Reynolds
Lindsay Price
as Janet Sosna
Daniel Cosgrove
as Matt Durning
Kerrie Keane
as Suzanne
Mark Kiely
as Advisor
Joey Gian
as Kenny Bannerman
Josh Taylor
as Jack McKay
Christine Belford
as Samantha Sanders
Josie Davis
as Madeline
Paul Johansson
as John Sears
Denise Y. Dowse
as Mrs. Teasley
Scott Paulin
as Professor Randall
Cress Williams
as D'Shawn Hardell
Jeffrey King
as Charley
Tracy Middendorf
as Laura Kingman
Kane Picoy
as Valerie's Friend
Alan Toy
as Finley
Joshua Rifkind
as Josh Richland
Stephanie Beacham
as Dylan's Mother
George DelHoyo
as Dr. Monahan
Nancy Paul
as Ms. Rye
Cory Tyler
as Freshman 2
Jane Daly
as Molly
David Gail
as Brenda's Date
Michael Stoyanov
as Kelly's Friend
Brooke Theiss
as Leslie Sumner
Robert Gossett
as Det. Woods
Jason Carter
as Roy Randolph
Jon Gries
as Dylan's Dealer
Michael Cudlitz
as Tony Miller
Tim Dunigan
as Matt Brody
Scott Williamson
as Coach Reilly
Billy Vera
as Duke Weatherill
Rachel Davis
as Dr. Browning
Jenny O'Hara
as Pam Scanlon
Heather McAdam
as Betty/Sarah
Daniel Dae Kim
as Dr. Sturla
Corin Nemec
as Driscoll
Michael Trucco
as Noah's Brother
Denise Dowse
as Mrs. Teasly
Leslie Ishii
as Janet's Mother
Carl T. Evans
as Jonathan Casten
John Prosky
as Bookmaker
Mary Crosby
as Claudia Van Eyck
Mercedes Kastner
as Kelly's Sister
Shawn Batten
as Officer
Beth Taylor
as Mrs. Brody
Denise Downs
as Counselor
Art Hindle
as Detective Rendell
Valerie Landsburg
as Cathy Genson
Arva Holt
as Det. Pena
Martin Kildare
as Ski-Patrol Chief
Kymberly S. Newberry
as Ellen Clayton
Kathleen Noone
as Ruth Keats
Ken Jenkins
as Pastor Neal
Robb Derringer
as Andrew Emery
Dan Spector
as Activist
Rod McCary
as Rob Lanza
Natalie Venetia Belcon
as Janice Williams
Maia Campbell
as Mariah Murphy
Claudette Nevins
as Vivian Carson
Ken Lerner
as Korman
William S. Taylor
as Dean Trimble
David Lascher
as Volleyball Player
Julie Adams
as Cindy's Mother
Wendy Benson
as Darla Hansen
Kathy Evison
as Kathy Fisher
Sam Saletta
as Youngster
Robia La Morte
as Jill Flemming
Grant Show
as Jake Hanson
Scott Jaeck
as Chapman
Fatima Lowe
as Production Manager
Nikki Fritz
as Stripper
Stan Ivar
as Glen Evans
Melinda Culea
as Dr. Donner
Amy Hess
as Robin
Leilani Jones
as City Attorney
Guy Boyd
as Gerald Keats
Yavone Evans
as Tara's Mother
Norman Parker
as Fletcher
Richard Roundtree
as Robinson Ashe
Clayton Rohner
as Dr. Miles Foxe
Michele Abrams
as Kelly's Friend
Tony Todd
as Dr. Tate
Jane Rogers
as Jane Schulze
Andi Chapman
as Angela Rhodes
John Walcutt
as Bruce Paxton
Pat Crowley
as Administrator
Mariam Parris
as Gang Member
James Handy
as Tom Rose
Jessica Alba
as Teen Mother
Matthew Faison
as Dr. Gordon
Erica Yohn
as David's Grandmother
Joshua Beckett
as Josh Richland
Arthur Rosenberg
as Superintendent Ephardt
Paula Trickey
as Jim's Secretary
Ray Wise
as Hunter
David Sherrill
as Jack Canner
Sarah Aldrich
as Noah's Friend
Brant Cotton
as Walter Hawkins
Brendan Ford
as Jankowski
Don Barnes
as Walker
Carla Montana
as Exchange Student
Meg Wittner
as Mrs. Shaw
Christine Healy
as Dr. Phillips
John Harrington Bland
as ADA Derek Hall
Patricia Conklin
as Mrs. Brower
Scott Terra
as Peter Foley
Leslie Bega
as Maryanne
Craig Hurley
as Falcone
Alan Fudge
as Judge Stanton
Tina Lifford
as Felicity Ashe
Betty K. Bynum
as DA Steiner
Clyde Kusatsu
as Parole Officer
Jack Maxwell
as Wakefield
Shadoe Stevens
as Sonny Sharp
George McDaniel
as Terry Wilson
Christopher Allport
as Gary Stolberg
James O'Sullivan
as Rushnell Sanders
Gloria Loring
as Mrs. Cleveland
Grayson McCouch
as Larry Lincoln
June Lockhardt
as Donna's Grandmother
Jordana Stiro
as Designer
Lainie Kazan
as Grandma Rose
Robert Rockwell
as Grandpa Bill Beevis
Pat Crawford Brown
as Mission Woman
Kim Morgan Greene
as Dayna Sawyer
Aki Aleong
as President Quintero
Mike Hagerty
as Tim Ferrell
Marte Boyle
as Dr. Littman
Benjamin Smith
as Warren Gruzin
Peter Sherayko
as Stage Driver
Doren Fein
as Jessica Korman
Lar Park Lincoln
as Tammy Kane
Jim Hatch
as Coach
Season Hubley
as Noah's Attorney
Joel Brooks
as Dr. Van Fertle
Bill Morey
as Danzel
Bill Cross
as Curtis
Nancy Sorel
as Gloria Richland
Joan Pringle
as Connie Shayes
David Cromwell
as Pickering
Carl Evans
as Jonathan
Mary Layne
as Dr. Baldwin
James Karen
as Reverend
Cyril O'Reilly
as Frank Padilla
Christine Mitges
as Grace Feldman
Juanita Jennings
as Isaiah's Mother
Karen Roe
as Linda
Kevin Rahm
as Deputy DA
Ricco Ross
as Miles Caufield
Al Ruscio
as David's Grandfather
Deborah Goodrich
as Brandon's Co-Worker
Matt Nolan
as Chuckie Wilson
Jim Pirri
as Burke Cahill
David Dean
as Travis
Nicholas Coster
as Chancellor Arnold
Marnie McPhail
as Mrs. Merrick
Nicholle Tom
as Freshman 1
Tembi Locke
as Lisa Dixon
David Purdham
as Conway Holland
Tricia O'Neil
as Mrs. O'Lare
Nichole Tom
as Sue Scanlon
Cathy Podewell
as Con Victim
Harvey Vernon
as Justice of the Peace
Lori Sebourn
as Eberlee
Rebekah Carlton
as Mary, Too
Jane Marla
as Mrs. Ashe
Ken Weiler
as Car Museum Employee
June Lockhart
as Donna's Grandmother
Michael Milhoan
as Border Guard
Christian Hoff
as Jeff Stellar
Eck Stone
as Mawn Yoto
Marcus Smythe
as Scott Coveny
Bruce French
as Dr. Abrams
Charmin Lee
as Nurse Schipper
June Claman
as Grandma Georgette Walsh
Maura Soden
as Alex's Mother
Judith McConnell
as Trust Officer
Tai Babilonia
as TV Announcer
Kaitlin Hopkins
as Lisa Murchinson
Jon Kean
as Noah Levy
Gordon Thomson
as Kyle Parish
Jode Leigh Edwards
as Donna's Friend
Richard Danielson
as Cole Younger
Rick Zieff
as Bobby Pandolfo
Susan Lentini
as Dr. Karen Haller
Scott Gurney
as Kelly's Companion
Teddy Lane Jr.
as INS Officer
Sean O'Bryan
as Charlie Dixon
Bess Meisler
as Andrea's Grandmother
James Noah
as Dr. Gillette
John Lafayette
as Sterling Penn
Danielle Wiener
as Child Model
Peter de Anda
as Father Ledley
Randy Gardner
as Assistant Coach
Lisa Williams
as Barbara Korman
Bruce Gray
as Craig Ramming
Al Rodrigo
as Detective
Monica Allison
as Dylan's Sponsor
Carrie Dobro
as Sgt. Cohen
John H. Ingle
as St. Claire
Dorit Sauer
as Groupie
Michael McDermott
as Darla's Dylan
Francine York
as Chapel Manager
Sydney Brown
as Holly Marlow
Babyface
as Himself
Julie Cobb
as Group Leader
Jennifer Aspen
as Girl with Dylan
Nicholas Guest
as Ivan Trotz
Cynthia Szigeti
as Madame Raven
Matthew Fairchild
as Chuck Grant
Dom DeLuise
as Magic Morton
Rich Cooper
as Record Exec
Brian Vaughn
as Stewart
Carla Toutz
as Dr. Fowler
Jack Heller
as Dershenbaum
Margot Rose
as Kelly's Professor
Ric Coy
as Brian
Rosie Malek-Yonan
as Nurse Barbara
Bernie Kopell
as Dr. Beldon
Phil Morris
as Det. Hayes
David Kagen
as Brenda's Attorney
Tim Lounibos
as Reporter
Karen Rosen
as Dana's Roommate
Dean Cochran
as Football Hero
Lucy Liu
as Courtney
Richard Gant
as Inspector
Page Moseley
as Group Manager
Bill Mondy
as Hotel Manager
Mike Genovese
as Colin's Father
Robert Pine
as Valerie's Attorney
Pasha Grishuk
as Pasha Grishuk
Micah Rowe
as Spencer
Mary Kate McGeehan
as Ms. Signorelli
Miguel Pérez
as Mel Borland
Julie Wright
as New Mother
Cam Neely
as Himself
Pasean Wilson
as Judy Spencer
Walton Goggins
as Mike Muchin
Hal Havins
as Salesman
Ron Duguay
as Himself
Michael Devorzon
as Detective Bob
Greg Finley
as Conrad Scanlon
Shanna Reed
as Patricia
Emily Cutler
as Lou Nebitts
Bob Kirsh
as Donald
Julie Caitlin Brown
as Dr. Michaels
Richard Biggs
as Dr. Lecksis
Kimberly Bailey
as Assistant DA
Richard Keats
as Christian Sutton
Brenda Varda
as Mrs. Foley
Tom Virtue
as Louis Behr
Lisa Thornhill
as Karen Lewis
Dierk Torsek
as Dr. Kramer
Yuri Ogawa
as Dottie
Renee Altieri
as Counselor
Judith Hoag
as Wendy Reiner
Janet Carroll
as Patsy Regan
Danny Woodburn
as Leprechaun
Ted Hayden
as Dr. Petty
Beth Meisler
as Grandma Rose
Jill Remez
as Prosecutor
Damara Reilly
as Croupier No. 1
Matt Winston
as Stuart Patton
Scott Ellis Loring
as Paul Spencer
Sue Giosa
as Ms. Zuckerman
Mimi Lieber
as Melanie Silverman
Jamie Borgman
as Trish Edwards
Zach Bostrom
as Henry Regan
Freeman Michaels
as Patrick Durning
Robyn Bliley
as Chrissy
Alice Krige
as Anne Beresford
Danny Mora
as Everardo
Walker Brandt
as Juliane Durning
Don Calfa
as Howard Stern
Gili Lang
as Michael
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