Who Are Lark Voorhies’ Parents? Her Age, Net Worth & Relationship

Published Date: 19 Feb, 2020 Updated date: 19 Feb, 2020 By Celebs Podium

Since her acting journey began in the late 1980s, Lark Voorhies has earned quite a commanding reception from the movie and television lovers. Besides the reputation, the actress also has bagged quite an appealing net worth from her on-screen works.

Lark Voorhies is an American actress best known for her work as Lisa Marie Turtle on the NBC sitcom, Saved by the Bell (1989-1993). Apart from acting, she is also known as a singer, spokeswoman, and model.

Details on Lark Voorhies’ Age, Parents; Her Height And More

Born on 25 March 1974, the 45-years-of-age actress is also known by her birth name, Lark Holloway. She hails from Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., and is the only child of her parents, Wayne Holloway and Tricia Holloway. Lark later adopted Voorhies as a stage name.


Lark Voorhies with her mother Tricia Holloway (Picture: Pinterest)

Lark’s mother, Tricia, named her such after the character in the 1972 film Cool Breeze, played by American actress Margaret Avery. When she was two years old, her family moved to Pasadena, California. Immediately, her mother took her to a talent agent as she was a natural-born ham.

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About 5 feet and 3 inches (1.6 meters) tall in height, Lark failed to impress in her first audition as she froze. Eventually, she appeared in a national television commercial for Universal Studios Tour at age 12 advertising its upcoming King Kong attraction.

What Is Lark Voorhies’ Net Worth?

Тhе Аmеrісаn асtrеѕѕ, ѕіngеr аnd mоdеl, Lаrk Vооrhіеѕ bags the net worth of about $500K. The major part of her earnings is the result of her works in a wide range of movies and television series.  Her most proficient work is in the NBC sitcoms, Saved by the Bell and In the House


Lark Voorhies as Lisa Turtle on Saved by the Bell (Picture: IMDB)

Lаrk іѕ а ѕuссеѕѕful Аmеrісаn асtrеѕѕ whоѕе рорulаrіtу іѕ ѕtіll grоwіng аnd іnсrеаѕіng. Ѕhе hаѕ mоrе thаn 40 сrеdіtѕ іn mоvіеѕ аnd ѕеrіеѕ. Moreover, the talented diva has had appeared in several music videos in her career.

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Her Relationship Life: Partner, Spouse

Though the versatile personality has enjoyed a soothing and successful professional career, her relationship life has always been on the unfortunate side. It’s not that she hasn’t enjoyed the romantic fling up until now, but all of them have gone in vain with the time being.

Lark’s first relationship was with her Saved by the Bell co-star, Mark Paul Gosselaar. The pair dated during the duration of the show, only to part apart afterward. Following that, she started her romance with an American actor and stand-up comedian, Martin Lawrence. The couple even got engaged in 1993. However, it was later called off in 1994.

Her other relationship was with actor Miguel Coleman. This time around, she even walked down the aisle together with Miguel in 1996. Unfortunately, the bond got shattered and the married pair separated in 2001, and later divorced in 2004.

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Lark Voorhies with her ex-husband Jimmy Green (Picture: People)

Lark then went on to meet music engineer Jimmy Green at a networking event in 2014. They dated for a year and later shared the wedding vows on 30 April 2015, at a chapel in Las Vegas, Nevada. This togetherness was also not meant to last long as the pair filed for divorce in October 2015, six months after the marriage.

Some Interesting Facts About Lark Voorhies

  • Lark has played the same character (Lisa Turtle) on five different series: Good Morning, Miss Bliss (1987), Saved by the Bell (1989), Saved by the Bell: The College Years (1993), Saved by the Bell: The New Class (1993) and Robot Chicken (2005).
  • She has bagged two Young Artist Awards for Good Morning, Miss Bliss and Saved by the Bell in 1990 and 1993.
  • Lark filed a lawsuit against The National Enquirer for libel over an article that included claims published in June 2005 that she had a drug problem, on 30 May 2006.
  • She has written three books: Reciprocity, Trek of the Cheshire, and A True Light, since 2010.
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