She's was best known for playing quick talking and super fashionable Lisa Turtle in the 90s TV hit, Saved By The Bell, but now Lark Voorhies is said to be suffering from a mental illness, according to her mum.
Explaining that her daughter has been diagnosed with bi-polar disorder, the actress' mother told People magazine:
"There are things that have traumatised her. I care deeply about my daughter and I want her to resume her life."
Lark has insisted there is nothing wrong with her (WENN)
However, Voorhies, who decided to step away from the cameras when Saved By The Bell ended in 1993 - unlike her former co-stars Mark-Paul Gosselaar (Zack Morris) and Tiffani Thiessen (Kelly Kapowski) who have gone on to have successful careers in other shows - appeared to disregard her mother's claim, when she was asked if she was suffering from a bipolar disorder:
Appearing to stop mid sentence and and stare off, Lark replied: "Oh no. We’re alive in a major time of all-in-all prophecy".
Revealing what she is up to theses days the actress said she is busy recording music and working on low-budget programmes.
Saved By The Bell: Where Are They Now?
Zack Morris - After starring in 'Saved By The Bell: The College Years', most notably Mark Paul Gosselaar took a role playing Detective John Clark in the TV series 'NYPD Blue', as well as recurring parts in 'Commander In Chief', 'Raising The Bar' and 'Franklin & Bash'. He is pictured here in November 2011 with his two kids from a previous relationship - Michael and Ava, alongside his fiance Catriona McGinn.