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Tori Spelling Posts Epic ’90s Throwback Snapshot with Mark Wahlberg, Shannen Doherty, and Brian Austin Green

Tori Spelling Posts Epic ’90s Throwback Snapshot with Mark Wahlberg, Shannen Doherty, and Brian Austin Green

Well, the 1990s just called and delivered a throwback photo for the ages featuring Tori Spelling, Mark Wahlberg, and some friends. Spelling, who played Donna Martin on Beverly Hills, 90210 for 10 seasons, posted this incredible picture of her, Brian Austin Green, Mark Wahlberg, and Shannen Doherty.

According to the information attached to this picture, it was taken one night at the Roxbury. That is a famous nightclub located on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. Green also appeared in 90210 for 10 seasons, while Doherty was on there for the show’s first four seasons.

Did Mark Wahlberg ever appear in the popular drama? Nope. He was here during his time as the featured member of Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch. These days, Mark Wahlberg is an accomplished actor and devout Catholic.

Tori Spelling, Doherty Comment On Photo

In the caption, Spelling offered up a few words of wisdom when peeking back at the good old days. “When you didn’t give af…” she wrote on Instagram. “Interesting how full circle life can be.”

Doherty also took notice of the picture. She dropped this nest egg right into Spelling’s comments section, writing, “Damn we were young!” Weren’t we all at another time, Shannen?

Speaking of Doherty, she recently sat down with another 90210 veteran, Jason Priestly. They chatted it up on a podcast, where Doherty claims a bad marriage led to her firing from the show.

“Towards my last season, I was in a really horrible marriage and there were things transpiring in that marriage that made it very hard for me to consistently be on time for work,” Doherty said, according to Entertainment Weekly. “And I know that that became a very big problem for the rest of you, because as it should be, because if everybody else is on time and you’re waiting for one person, it sucks.”

Tori Spelling has been through the wringer recently as she’s been dealing with housing issues. Namely, she and her five kids had to move out of their home because of mold infestation, according to Page Six. For a period of time, Spelling and her children lived in a $100-per-night hotel room.

Then, they all moved into an RV and stayed near the beach for a little bit. Photos taken from a distance showed Spelling sitting outside her RV with her phone in hand.

‘90210’ Actress Goes Through Family Issues

But the family just a few weeks ago moved into a new 3,000-square-foot home in the San Fernando Valley. Tori Spelling reportedly put down a $7,500 security deposit on the home, which costs $15,000 to rent. A lot of this activity came about after her divorce from Dean McDermott was finalized. According to this news outlet, McDermott was shocked when he learned of Spelling’s situation.

It’s also been reported that Spelling has been dealing with severe financial issues. That would be a bit shocking to some people. For those who don’t know, Spelling’s father was television producer Aaron Spelling. He was the mastermind behind such shows as Beverly Hills, 90210, The Love Boat, Family, Honey West, Melrose Place, Family, Charlie’s Angels, Hart to Hart, and others.

When he died in 2006, Spelling reportedly left an estate worth $500 million. Spelling was one of the most prolific television producers in the history of the medium.

With Tori Spelling and her family now settled into a new home, it will be interesting to see what happens in her life.

What about Brian Austin Green? He’s getting prepared to marry his partner Sharna Burgess. It would be his second marriage since he previously was married to Megan Fox. He played David Silver in 90210. Green also is the father of five children, including a 1-year-old with Burgess.

At least for a little bit, these actors were able to turn back the clock. It’s cool, though, that Tori Spelling decided to share this flashback photo with the world, too. Seeing Mark Wahlberg, Shannen Doherty, and Brian Austin Green from those days is a kick. Oh, for some, those were glory days indeed.