- Also Known As:
- Lisa Turtle
- Date of Birth:
- March 25, 1974
- 5' 3"
Lark Voorhies (born Lark Holloway on March 25, 1974 in Nashville, Tennessee) is an American actress. Lark and her family moved to Pasadena, California by the time she was two years old. She began acting at a young age, scoring a television commercial role at age 12. At 14, she appeared on an episode of Small Wonder and later, landed the recurring role of Lisa Turtle in Good Morning, Miss Bliss. Along with Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Dustin Diamond, Lark was brought back from Good Morning, Miss Bliss when the show was retooled as the hit show, Saved By The Bell, in 1989. She show ran until 1993. Afterwards, Lark appeared on soap operas, Days of Our Lives, The Bold and the Beautiful and even in an episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and the prime-time sitcom, Family Matters. In addition to acting, Lark has a musical career. She was the lead singer in the band Third Degree, and she appeared in music videos for Boyz II Men and Montell Jordan. She has also written and self-published three self-improvement books.
Best Known For:
Lark Voorhies is best known as the character of Lisa Turtle on Saved By The Bell.
Lark married Miguel Coleman in 1996. After separating in 2001, they divorced in 2004. She met music engineer, Jimmy Green, in 2014. After a year of dating, they were married in April 2015. In 2006, Lark sued the National Enquirer for libel over allegations she had a drug problem. In 2012, Lark’s mother told People that Lark has a bipolar disorder.