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11 Amazing Bodies From 90210 

Whether you're a Brenda, a Dylan, or a Steve, there's something in here for every 90210 fan to cherish.

Welcome to a journey down memory lane with the 90210 stars! As fans of the iconic show, we can't help but wonder how the beloved cast have maintained their stunning looks over the years (especially since they looked 30 when in "high school").

Here we'll delve into the fitness and wellness routines of 11 amazing bodies. From Tori Spelling, who discovered the magic of microblading, to Brian Austin Green's inspiring resilience in the face of health challenges, these stars have more to share than just their glamorous roles. Join us as we uncover their secrets to staying fit, healthy, and vibrant, just like the characters we fell in love with in the 90210 universe.

So, grab your peach pit milkshakes and let's dive into the lives and bodies of our favorite West Beverly alumni. Because whether you're a Brenda, a Dylan, or a Steve, there's something in here for every 90210 fan to cherish.


Tori Spelling

Tori Spelling played Donna Martin on the show. She is known for being passionate about beauty, and revealed on Instagram that she tried microblading. "I'm obsessed with the beautiful #microblading she did on me," Spelling wrote in the post's caption. "Who knew brows could literally boost your self confidence! I feel so good about myself right now. Thank you my friend! So natural. So easy. So brilliant."


Jennie Garth

Jennie Garth played Kelly Taylor for the entire series and on the revival. She shares a lot of her favorite workouts on Instagram. In this video, Garth is seen doing exercises like mountain climbers, standing back kicks, and shoulder presses. She captioned the post, "It's time! Let's do this… let's choose to take care of ourselves, together. I love sharing my private workouts with you all and hearing how it's motivating you! So keep messaging me…. and I'll keep motivating you, deal?"


Tiffani Theissen

Tiffani Theissen joined the show as Valerie Malone in season five. She shared her approach to exercise with SELF. "I've always been someone who doesn't like doing the same thing every day, so I like to change my workouts up. I do strength training and HIIT classes Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and then I do mat Pilates on Tuesdays and Thursdays. On the weekends I usually go hiking. In California we have such great hikes."


Brian Austin Green

Brian Austin Green played David Silver on the show. Green has both ulcerative colitis and vertigo, and has dealt with stroke-like symptoms in the past. In an interview with ABC News, he shared his advice for others going through similar things. "Go see multiple people. Get opinions from a few different places. You have to know that there will absolutely be a light at the end of this tunnel."


Jason Priestley

Jason Priestley played Brandon Walsh on the show. He supports the Breakfast Club of Canada, which helps people access healthy breakfast options. Priesltey encouraged others to support and revealed how they could do so in an interview. "When I heard that one in four kids here in Canada have problems having access to healthy food in the morning, I felt like getting the word out about the Buy a Cup Give a Cup program was the right thing to do. It's such an easy way for Canadians to give to this program and to give to the Breakfast Club of Canada."


Hilary Swank

Before winning two Oscars, Hilary Swank appeared as Carly Reynolds in season eight. She revealed to Man Repeller that she makes smoothies in the morning. "I use kale, spinach, blueberries, flax, chia and green — like a supergreen. The bottle has to say supergreen! I also use cacao and a frozen banana. And I never put an avocado in because that makes me gag. I have this every morning whether or not I work out because I don't think I get enough vegetables or fruit in otherwise. I only use a handful — as much as I can eat because who eats ten apples? Nobody."


Kathleen Robertson

Kathleen Robertson played Clare Arnold on the show. She talked about her career in an interview with Canadian Living. Robertson says that she is working on not getting ahead of herself and thinking in the present. "It's something I have to work on as I get older. When good stuff happens to me, my natural instinct is to say, 'OK, cool,' and move onto the next thing."


Ian Ziering

Ian Ziering played Steve Sanders for the entire series. He also is known for his role in the Sharknado film series, and shared how he stays in shape for those films to People. "Leg day is my favorite day," Ziering said. "You can't have a thorough leg workout without feeling completely spent. It's a challenge, but the benefits of maintain muscle mass on my legs is important because, as the biggest muscle group in the body, it also helps me keep the proper body composition in terms of fat to muscle ratio."


Vanessa Marcil

Vanessa Marcil played Gina Kincaid on the final two seasons. She talked about her approach to wellness in the caption of this Instagram post. "Being a workaholic for 24 years, the most important parts of health for ME aren't working out, or what I eat, or whether I drink water," she wrote. "But for ME it's balancing my hormones with an endocrinologist, weekly anger release therapy, sleep, taking risks that scare me, laughter & having balance in my life with no shame allowed."


Gabrielle Carteris

Gabrielle Carteris played Andrea Zuckerman on the show. She was previously the president of SAG-AFTRA. Carteris talked about her desire for more diverse stories in an interview with The Los Angeles Times. "One of my real interests is to work on inclusivity — looking at diversity and gender equity. That for me, being a woman, is really important. With our leadership, our top three officers are women, which is not something you see in unions around the country or in our industry. I think it's a testament to our members and to our work that we are about inclusion."


Cress Williams

Cress Williams played the recurring role of D'Shawn Hardell from seasons four to five. He also appeared as the lead character in the show Black Lightning, and shared how he got in shape for the role to Men's Health. "From the moment I turned 39, 40, I really turned a corner and became a person who really enjoys working out. When I don't get a chance to, I miss it. I also just recognized that it would give me career longevity if I kept myself in the best shape I could possibly be in. I do have my limitations, I have a bad knee and stuff like that. But I do the best I can. So it was already something that was in my routine. And getting ready for the show, I just sort of ramped things up to get more strength. Then my stunt double, who has become a really good friend, he started coming over and helping me with the fight aspects of it."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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