Lark Voorhies is calling reports that she is bipolar “comical.” The “Saved by the Bell” star, who played Lisa Turtle on the Saturday morning show, told TMZ she is “not in agreement” with the story People published about her mental illness diagnosis.
Although the actress struggles through the interview, often pausing for long periods, she told the reporter, “I think [the People claims are] quite comical… beautiful pictures though, don’t you think?” She ended the conversation on a positive note, saying, “expression is a beautiful thing and we’ll just take the good from that.”
Actress Lark Voorhies, who shot to fame on the Saturday morning show “Saved by the Bell,” is reportedly battling mental illness, and her old co-star, Dustin Diamond, is concerned.People that he noticed a change in Lark in 2003 when they teamed up to record commentary for the “Saved by the Bell” box set. She was distracted and staring off into space.
Lark Voorhies, of "Saved by the Bell" fame, is battling mental illness, her mom told People magazine. The actress, who played Lisa Turtle on the show, has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and doctors have prescribed medication.
Two decades after the show's debut, the cast of "Saved by the Bell" has reunited!
Mario Lopez (Slater), Mark-Paul Gosselaar (Zack), Elizabeth Berkley (Jessie), Tiffani Thiessen (Kelly) and Lark Voorhies (Lisa) look back at their TV high school days -- in the new issue of People magazine.
Fans of the cult TV sitcom can thank Jimmy Fallon, who started a petition to reunite the Bayside High class of '93, but where is Dustin Diamond (Screech)? Now a stand-up comedian, Diamond tells People he is no longer close with his castmates and he's working on a tell-all called "Behind the Bell."
For more about the "Saved by the Bell" cast and what they have been up to, pick up People magazine -- on stands this Friday, July 31.
Click here for Mario's behind the scenes footage from the photoshoot!