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Tiffani Thiessen – Then

The first role Tiffani Thiessen landed as an actress would prove to be one of her most iconic.

In 1989, Thiessen auditioned for and got the role of Kelly Kapowsky on saved by the Bell – and soon turned into a teen icon. 

After she finished her run on Saved by the Bell in 1992, she went on to act as the memorable bad girl, Valarie Malone, in the hugely successful Beverly Hills, 90210, and became a teen icon.


Tiffani Thiessen – Now

In recent years, Tiffani Thiessen played the role of Elizabeth Burke on White Collar, between 2009 and 2013.

Starting in 2015, Thiessen began hosting her own show on the Cooking Channel, called Dinner at Tiffani’s, which lasted for two seasons.

In 2017, Thiessen was cast as Lori Mendoza on the Netflix sitcom Alexa & Katie, which has run for a total of two seasons so far.


Elisabeth Shue – Then

Elsabeth Judson Shue made her film debut opposite of Ralph Macchhio in 1984’s cult classic, The Karate Kid, where she played his love interest, Ali (“Ali with an I!”), and went on to appear in 1988’s Cocktail as the love interest of Tom Cruise’s character.

In one of her most memorable roles, Shue took over Claudia Well’s character, Jennifer, in Back to the Future Part II and Back to the Future Part III, where she played Mart McFly’s girlfriend. 

She went on to appear in The Marrying Man with Kim Basinger and Alec Baldwin, Soapdish with Sally Field, Robert Downey Jr., Kevin Kline and Whoopi Goldberg, and many more.


Elisabeth Shue – Now

In 1995, Elisabeth Shue was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in Leaving Las Vegas.

She continues to act today, acting as a regular in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in the role of Julie Finlay.

In 2018 she co-starred in Eli Roth’s remake of Death Wish, opposite Bruce Willis, as his ill-fated wife, and in 2019 she will be acting as a series regular in the superhero drama television series, The Boys, alongside Karl Urban and Jack Quaid.


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