Nicki Swift – Whatever Happened To The Cast Of 90210?

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Teen drama “902010” premiered on The CW in September 2008. As a spinoff of the iconic ’90s show, “Beverly Hills, 90210,” it took viewers back to the halls of West Beverly Hills High School, but this time with a whole new generation of students. The series followed siblings Annie and Dixon, played by Shenae Grimes-Beech and Tristan Wilds, whose family had just moved to California from Kansas. They were joined in the West Bev’s hallowed halls by the likes of AnnaLynne McCord, Matt Lanter, Jessica Stroup, Trevor Donovan, Jessica Lowndes, and Michael Steger. “90210” followed this close-knit group of friends as they survived high school and started making their way in the world.

The spinoff also offered a few Easter eggs for “Beverly Hills, 90210” fans with former cast members Jennie Garth, Shannen Doherty, and Tori Spelling all making appearances during the newer show’s first or second season. Though their appearances were brief, the trio had enough screen time to reveal what happened to them since they were on the original show, with the biggest shock being that Kelly (Garth) and Dylan (Luke Perry) had a son together.

However, their characters were promptly phased out so “90210” could focus on the new generation of L.A. teens. The show ran for five seasons and aired its final episode in May 2013, with the cast all moving on in their own directions. From career success and domestic bliss, to fitness goals and legal troubles, this is what the cast of “90210” has been up to since the series ended.

Ryan Eggold

After Debbie divorces Harry, she eventually begins dating Ryan Eggold’s character, Ryan Matthews, who also happens to be her kids’ teacher at West Bev, making their relationship interesting, to say the least. Deb and Ryan are serious about each other, and they eventually move to Paris with Ryan’s young son Jack at the end of Season 3.

After leaving “90210,” the actor starred in “The Blacklist” from 2013 to 2018, and appeared alongside John David Washington, Adam Driver, and Topher Grace in the biographical crime film “BlacKkKlansman” in 2018. Eggold then found another home on NBC’s “New Amsterdam” later the same year. “When I heard it was a medical drama, I went, ‘Oh, we’ve all seen that. I don’t know if I’m interested,'” he told Who Australia. 

We get it, “Grey’s Anatomy” is a pretty tough act to follow. But after reading the script, Eggold knew he was hooked and wanted to pursue the project. He told Who, “It was such a kinetic script that combined a lot into a short period of time and at its core had real people, not one-dimensional characters. And it was looking at healthcare in a way I hadn’t seen a medical drama do before.” The series has been praised by critics for its timely social commentary and the way it deals with subjects like racism and gun violence.

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