Lark Voorhies, cast member of the hit teen series "Saved by the Bell" is hoping to come back to the screens in a new movie and new series on VH1.
Voorhies, 38, is recognized for her role as Lisa Turtle from Saved by the Bell. The NBC show, launched in 1989, ran for four years and was very popular among teens.
She recently told Michael Yo's Yahoo! webseries "The Yo Show" about what she's been up to lately. She said that she won the role on the show "by default" and that now she is "quite wonderful and very busy."
She said that she has her own company called Yo Soy Productions and her first feature film "The Hope for Pandora's Box," which she wrote, directed, starred in, and executive produced.
Voorhies said some of her favorite episodes of SBTB she enjoyed working on were those with Disney star Haley Mills, who played the students' teacher, Miss Bliss.
The show was originally launched as "Good Morning, Miss Bliss" on Disney before NBC picked-up and re-tooled the series, changing it to "Saved by the Bell."
When asked about a possible reunion for the SBTB case, Voorhies said: "We tend to circumvent and come back to this topic. So there may be some buzz. If it did happen, it wouldn't be a bad thing." Does this mean we will see a reunion soon?
Voorhies also appeared in episodes of "Days of Our Lives," "Small Wonder", "The Prince of Bel-Air", and "The Robert Guillaume Show." She also appeared in Boyz II Men's "On Bended Knee" music video. She was nominated for the Young Artist Award four times and won twice for her role as "Lisa Turtle".
Entertainment Weekly reports that Voorhies will appear on VH1 show "Miss You Much" which will premiere in September.