After four years of dating, former "Saved by the Bell" star Mario Lopez has said "I do" to girlfriend Courtney Mazza.
The couple tied the knot in Mexico on December 1 and cameras were on hand to capture the beach side ceremony and reception celebrations, which will air as a wedding special on TLC. Among the guests was actress Eva Longoria, who tweeted about the nuptials and commented on the hot weather.
The "X Factor" co-host met Mazza in 2008, when the two appeared together on Broadway in "A Chorus Line." They welcomed daughter Gia Francesca in September 2010 and announced their engagement in January 2012. This is the second trip Lopez, 39, has made down the aisle; his 2004 marriage to Ali Landry was annulled after just two weeks when he admitted to cheating on her at his bachelor party.
While newlyweds Mario and Courtney get accustomed to married life, here's a look at what the rest of the "Saved by the Bell" cast has been up to.
Though he now stars on the series "Franklin & Bash," Mark-Paul Gosselaar will be forever associated with the role of Zack Morris on "Saved by the Bell." Gosselaar also heard wedding bells this year, and he married his second wife, advertising executive Catriona McGinn, on July 28. The 38-year-old actor has two children - Michael (7) and Ava (5) - from his 14-year marriage to model Lisa Ann Russell, whom he divorced in 2011.
Actress Elizabeth Berkley, who played Jessie Spano on the series, welcomed her first child with husband Greg Lauren this year. The parents described the birth of their son, Sky Cole, saying, "The moment we both saw him it was love at first sight. We are over the moon and grateful to start this amazing adventure together as a family." Berkley, 40, married Lauren in 2003; she announced her pregnancy in March 2012, and baby Sky arrived on July 27.
It hasn't been a great year for Lark Voorhies, 38, who's faced ongoing rumors of mental illness. Lark, who was Lisa Turtle on the show, is reportedly suffering from bipolar disorder. People published a story on the star's "sad spiral," and her mother revealed that Lark's "mental health issues stem from various traumatic incidents in her life." Here's hoping that she finds the treatment and support she needs to recover.
Things are going well for Tiffani Thiessen, 38, who played Bayside cheerleader Kelly Kapowski. Since 2008, Thiessen has appeared on the series "White Collar," and she's the voice of Misty the Mystical Witch on "Jake and the Never Land Pirates." Tiffany married actor Brady Smith in 2005, and they welcomed their first child, daughter Harper Renn, in June 2010.
Since leaving "Saved by the Bell" and its spinoffs behind Dustin Diamond has struggled to find his niche. He's made occasional appearances in films and on television shows and worked as a stand-up comedian, but he's yet to escape his association with his character, Screech Powers. In 2009, Diamond published a book entitled Behind the Bell, an unflattering behind-the-scenes account of filming the hit show.
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