Elizabeth Berkley

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Elizabeth Berkley
Elizabeth Berkley
Berkley with her husband Greg Lauren in 2008
Birthday/Birthplace July 28, 1972 [a] Farmington Hills, Michigan, U.S.
Other names Elizabeth Berkley Lauren
Profession(s) Actress
Active Years 1986–present
Wife/Husband Greg Lauren (m. 2003–present)
Kid(s) 1
Awards Won NBR Award for Best Cast
1996 The First Wives Club

Elizabeth Berkley (Farmington Hills, Michigan, July 28, 1972) is an American film, theater and television actress, remembered for her role in the series Saved by the Bell and for her role star in 1995 in the movie Showgirls.

Elizabeth Berkley’s Biography

Berkley was born in Farmington Hills, a suburb of Oakland County, Michigan and grew up in Detroit. She is Jewish and a descendant of Germans. [Appointment & nbsp; required]

She studied at North Farmington High School and graduated in 1990. Since she was a child she proved to be an excellent dancer. She practiced as a child in a dance club that her parents built her in the basement of her house. [Citation & nbsp; required] In 1982 at the age of 8, she appeared for the main role of the movie Annie, but did not get it becausewas small in stature. Her love for dancing took her to New York, where she continued to train with other dancers and choreographers. He took part in some ballets like Swan Lake in 1983 and was even featured in some musicals. [Appointment & nbsp; required]

Elizabeth Berkley Net Worth – $6 Million

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