Voorhies and her new husband Jimmy Green have been the focus of unwanted attention lately
Since the reveal that Lark Voorhies tied the knot with her beau back in April, online outlets have been churning out reports about the guy’s – Jimmy Green’s – alleged criminal record. It’s really not pretty.
Voorhies' marriage has attracted a surprising amount of controversy.
But if you ask Green, everything is simply "blown out of proportion."
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Lark Voorhies married her boyfriend Jimmy Green in a Las Vegas ceremony – a year after they met on Facebook!
Lark Voorhies, the actress best known for her role as Lisa Turtle on Saved by the Bell, is married! 41-year-old Voorhies tied the knot with her boyfriend, music engineer Jimmy Green, in a secret ceremony in Las Vegas. The wedding took place in April 2015 but their nuptials were only confirmed by Voorhie’s representative on Friday (12th June).
Lark Voorhies is married!
Aaron Smolinski - Comikaze Geeks Only Party hosted by The Winner Twins held at Dave & Busters - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 1st November 2014
Daniel DiCrisci and Lark Voorhies - A host of celebrities visit the late Joan Rivers' Hollywood Walk of Fame star to pay their respects to the comedienne who recently passed at the age of 81 - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 6th September 2014
'The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story' will premiere on Lifetime over the Labour Day weekend. The film is set explore the truth behind the seemingly squeaky clean image the show and its cast conveyed.
If you ever wondered what it was like filming Saved by the Bell, you'll have the opportunity to find out in an upcoming Lifetime movie.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar played Zack in Saved by the Bell.
The upcoming movie is entitled, according to Buzzfeed, The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story. The film will air on Lifetime over the Labour Day weekend in September.
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How High is definitely one of the good ones. Lowbrow, vulgar, and certainly formulaic, it's also creative, absolutely hilarious, and -- judging from the crowd at my screening -- knows better than to shoot over its audience's heads.
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Writing a review of a stoner movie is an exercise in futility. I mean, quality isn't really an issue if you see "How High" in the, ummm, blunt condition the filmmakers have in mind, now is it?
There are laughs to be had in this screwball comedy about two ghetto ganja hounds (hip-hop artists Method Man and Redman) who accidentally ace their belated college entry exams and get into Harvard. How did they do it? After smoking some wicked weed grown in soil mixed with the ashes of a dead buddy, they're visited by the guy's ghost who gives them all the test answers. How he knows the stuff is, of course, never explained.
So these two dudes toke their way through freshman year, pulling "Animal House" pranks on the snooty Oreo dean (Obba Babatunde), copping booty from frat boys' babes and sorority virgins in argyle sweaters, and getting hookers for their geek dorm-mates, the Chinese wannabe gansta ("You East Coast, I Far East Coast!") and the pathetic whitebread frat pledge.
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