Tiffani Thiessen and Brady Smith have welcomed their second child together, a son named Holt Fisher Smith.
Tiffani Thiessen has welcomed a second child with her husband Brady Smith. The 41-year-old announced the news to her fans on Thursday (2nd July), a day after giving birth to a healthy baby boy. The couple have named their new son Holt Fisher Smith. Thiessen shared a picture of her and Smith’s daughter, 5-year-old Harper Renn, holding her new baby brother.
Tiffani Thiessen and Brady Smith photographed together in April.
Tiffani Thiessen - Heavily pregnant Tiffani Thiessen looking tired and ready to pop as she was spotted picking up her daughter Harper from school in Encino Ca. - Encino, California, United States - Monday 18th May 2015
Tiffani Thiessen - Heavily pregnant Tiffani Thiessen collects her daughter Harper from school in Van Nuys wearing a tight black top showing off her large baby bump - Van Nuys, California, United States - Monday 4th May 2015
Tiffani Thiessen - Pregnant Tiffani Thiessen hides her baby bump with her coat as she arrives at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 26th February 2015
Zack, Slater, Jessie, Kelly and Principal Richard Belding return as Jimmy Fallon reminisces.
Could Jimmy Fallon possibly get any cooler? Following the comedy highlights from his 'The Tonight Show' special for the Super Bowl XLIX, the comedian has reunited cast members from beloved 90s show 'Saved By The Bell' in his latest skit.
Jimmy Fallon goes back to high school
Fallon gets a decent amount of appreciation for his crazy outfit combination and startlingly long hair as he reminisces about his high school days, and goes into a scene set-up of Bayside High. However, a particularly prolonged applause went to Mark-Paul Gosselaar (Zack Morris) as he made an appearance complete with wavy blonde hair and looking almost indistinguishable from his younger self some 25 years ago, proceeding to reel off the lyrics from the famous theme tune.
'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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Tim DeKay and Tiffani Thiessen shoot a scene for crime drama TV series 'White Collar' in New York City. The pair, who play FBI agent Peter Burke and his wife Elizabeth Burke respectively, are seen engaging in a tight embrace as Tim leaves a court building.
Heads up 'Saved by the Bell' fans! Your favourite high school characters are returning in digital cartoon form.
If you were a child of the 80s, NBC's TV sitcom series Saved By The Bell is sure to have a special place in your heart. With its upbeat plotlines that addressed darker moral issues such as drug use or divorce, SBTB entertained millions of teenagers during its airing from 1989 to 1993. After the show's cancellation the high school sitcom quickly became a cult favourite with many in their twenties or thirties reminiscing about the life lessons they learned as well as the hilarious hijinks of mischievous Zack Morris (Mark-Paul Gosselaar), nerdy Samuel "Screech" Powers (Dustin Diamond) and all-American cheerleader, Kelly Kapowski (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen).
All Grown Up: "Screech" Actor Dustin Diamond.
Now, NBCUniversal has teamed up with Lion Forge Comics to create digital graphic novels based on not only Saved by the Bell, but also other well-loved 80s/90s shows such as Punky Brewster, Knight Rider, Airwolf, and Miami Vice.
Continue reading: 'Saved By The Bell' Saved By Graphic Novel Transformation
These three questions, along with "How the hell does a lisping moron actually have game?" predominate a thinking viewer's mind as it wanders through the cerebrally deficient film The Ladies Man. But then your brain reminds you that you're not here for it. You're here so your brain can turn off for a long, long time.
Continue reading: The Ladies Man Review
Allen plays Val Waxman, a two-dimensional, washed-up film director with a bad case of hypochondria and a reputation in the industry that is on par with Michael Cimino. In order to resurrect his career, Waxman's ex-wife Ellie (Téa Leoni) persuades her studio bigwig boyfriend Hal (Treat Willams) and his over-tanned studio executive cronie Ed (George Hamilton) to hand over the directing duties of their new big-budget noir remake set in Manhattan. Once the deal is done and the directing duties fall into his hands, Waxman's various neuroses finally catch up with him, and he ends up suffering (along with the audience) from psychosomatic blindness.
Continue reading: Hollywood Ending Review
Shriek's plot, as it were, is a stew of those from Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer, centering around five students trying to avoid The Killer, a mysterious bungler in that now omnipresent Edvard Munch "The Scream" mask who knows embarrassing secrets about each of the students, including the fact that one student forgot to give her grandmother her laxative. Ha ha!
Continue reading: Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the 13th Review
The most laughable thing about "Love Stinks" -- a romance- gone- wrong comedy featuring a sitcom writer trying to break up with his deranged girlfriend -- is that nobody in the movie thinks the plot is funny.
When the writer, played by French Stewart of "3rd Rock from the Sun," tries to incorporate the very story you're watching into his show, the other writers shake their heads, the actors protest and the show's ratings take a nose-dive.
So if writer-director Jeff Franklin acknowledges the material isn't funny, what's he doing making this movie?
Continue reading: Love Stinks Review
While it is getting harder and harder to indulge an aging Woody Allen's enduring fantasy of beautiful young women falling in love with him in his movies, the man's comedy instincts are as sharp as ever in "Hollywood Ending."
The sophisticated screwball jaunt stars Allen as washed-up movie director Val Waxman, whose hypochondria reaches new extremes when he's rescued from deodorant commercial hell by his producer ex-wife (Tea Leoni) and given one last shot by making a $60 million blockbuster. Panicked at the prospect of making or breaking his career -- not to mention working for his ex and the Hollywood greaseball she left him for -- Val goes psychosomatically blind.
Rather than quit the picture and doom himself to showbiz purgatory, he decides he just won't let on. He'll wing it and hope his cast and crew see his apparent ineptitude as visionary eccentricity.
Continue reading: Hollywood Ending Review