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A Tori Spelling Time Warp

Apr 19 2014 - 1:34am

It's been almost 25 years since Tori Spelling [1] broke into the Hollywood scene as Donna Martin on Beverly Hills, 90210, and despite some serious career misses and plenty of family drama in the years since, she's managed to stay in the spotlight. Most recently, she's been making headlines for her rocky relationship with husband Dean McDermott, but she's also kept her recognizable name relevant with multiple reality shows and five publications, including a memoir and a party-planning book. Let's take a look back at Tori through the years.

1991: She Played Donna Martin on 90210

1993: She Did Press For 90210 . . . in a Sunflower Dress

1995: She Broke Up With Her Bad-Boy Boyfriend Nick Savalas and Chopped Off Her Hair

1996: She Starred in Multiple Hit TV Movies and Walked a Red Carpet Nearly Shirtless

1997: She Starred in Her First Feature Film and Went Brunette

1999: She Made the Independent Film Trick and Hopped On the Silky-Top Trend

2000: 90210 Came to an End, So She Tried Out This Smart Look

2001: She Appeared in Scary Movie 2 and Got Highlights

2002: She Made Her Stage Debut in the Play Maybe Baby, It's You

2003: She Missed the 90210 Reunion Special, and It Was Scandalous

2004: She Married Charlie Shanian

2005: She Filed For Divorce From Charlie Shanian

2006: She Married Dean McDermott and Starred in the Sitcom So Notorious

2007: She Gave Birth to Her First Child, Liam, Months After Her Father's Death

2008: She Gave Birth to Stella, Released Her Memoir, and Feuded With Her Mom, Candy

2009: She Made a Cameo on the CW's 90210 Spinoff, Released Her Book Mommywood, and Got Even Blonder

2010: She Published Her Third and Fourth Books and Went Back to a Bob

2011: She Welcomed Her Third Child, Hattie

2012: She Gave Birth to Finn and Released Her First Party-Planning Book, Celebratori

2013: She Wrote Spelling It Like It Is and Weathered Trouble in Her Marriage

2014: She Spoke Out About Dean's Cheating and Filmed the Drama For Reality Series True Tori

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