When Lark Voorhies sat down for an interview with omg!’s “The Yo Show” in May looking nothing like she once did as Lisa Turtle on “Saved by the Bell,” many wondered what was wrong with her. Then last month, the actress and her mother were interviewed by People magazine, and Tricia Voorhies revealed that her daughter was suffering from bipolar disorder – even though Lark, 38, was in denial about her illness. And in a new interview with “Entertainment Tonight,” she is still insisting she’s fine, although her words are confusing and, at times, nonsensical.
"I have no worries myself, nor do I exude, exhibit or possess within my living stratus any reason why someone should worry [on] my behalf,” Lark says in the interview set to air on Thursday night. “It's completely fictional."
Life has been tough for the former child star since “Saved by the Bell” went off the air in 1993. She’s been married and divorced twice and now lives at her mother’s home and only has few friends. But Lark isRead More »from Former ‘Saved By the Bell’ star Lark Voorhies insists bipolar diagnosis ‘is completely fictional’