Jennie Garth, Luke Perry
West Beverly High School is having a mini-reunion, sponsored by Old Navy.
The comfort clothing retailer has recruited cast members from the original Beverly Hills, 90210 to appear in new ads — and offer winking nods to their teenage alter egos.
For his role as Shawn Spencer on Psych, James Roday has had to do a lot of crazy things over the years (see: dressing up like a vampire, engaging in a kung-fu battle). But the craziest may have been asking guest star William Shatner to appear in a Psych video for Comic-Con earlier this year.
"I was so nervous asking him to do that. It all ended up in my lap and everybody was just sort of crossing their fingers, like 'Roday, go see if you can get him to do this,'" the actors tells TVGuide.com. "And he was just so accommodating and so lovely. I think he could tell I was nervous about asking him and he totally put me at ease. He was like...
Longtime Beverly Hills, 90210 resident Jason Priestley will guest-star on the upcoming season of Psych, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The 41-year-old actor will play a motorcycle-riding con artist who...
Call Me Fitz
Jason Priestley rose to fame playing the smart and honorable Brandon Walsh on Beverly Hills, 90210, but his latest role as Richard "Fitz" Fitzpatrick couldn't be any more opposite.
In the DirecTV series Call Me Fitz, Priestley plays a used car salesman whose guilt-free lifestyle becomes complicated when a man named Larry shows up claiming to be his conscience.
"He's not hamstrung by any moral bounds," Priestley tells TVGuide.com about the character. "Then this guy Larry shows up [and] knows a little too much about Fitz, so he has no choice but to keep him close."
Jason Priestley is joining SyFy's Haven next season, TVLine reports.
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The Beverly Hills, 90210 star, 41, will play Chris Weekly, an intelligent but anti-social marine biologist who has to face an...
With original Beverly Hills, 90210 stars Jason Priestley and Luke Perry both turning down invitations to reprise their iconic characters on The CW's reboot, their collaboration on Hallmark Movie Channel's Goodnight for Justice may be the closest we'll ever get to a Brandon-Dylan reunion. Priestley's participation this time is strictly behind the scenes, directing his former costar in a role Perry created for himself: righteous Old West judge John Goodnight. Perry, now 45, and Priestley, 41, reminisce with TV Guide Magazine.
Jennie Garth and Jason Priestley
After seeing how producers wove Jennie Garth and Shannen Doherty into the new 90210, naturally fans wondered when the rest of the Beverly Hills, 90210 gang would stop by. TVGuide.com caught up with Jason Priestley at a CW reception at the Kokomo Café, aka the new Peach Pit, to talk about the 90210 episode he's directing (he's also directed five episodes of Secret Life of the American Teenager this season), and what would convince him to reprise the role of Brandon Walsh on the new show. Priestley also reports that we shouldn't plan on seeing Luke Perry's Dylan McKay on the show any time soon.
Jason Priestley is three times deep in baby mama drama, with a packed schedule that includes My Name is Earl, Secret Life of the American Teenager, and 90210.
His name is still Brandon.
Though Jason Priestley is keeping himself behind the camera as the director of an upcoming episode of the CW's 90210, he hasn’t denied himself playing a Brandon all together. In fact, the BH90210 alum will don his famous moniker for a guest gig on NBC's My Name Is Earl.
As first reported by Access Hollywood, Priestley will play Brandon, Earl's better-looking and more successful cousin, whom we first meet in a flashback to Earl and Joy's first wedding anniversary. On that memorable day, viewers will learn, Earl discovered that prior to his marriage, Joy had a steamy affair with his cousin.
Priestley's Earl visit marks his first on-camera work since the short-lived Lifetime series Side Order of Life.
Jason Priestley only has one request for when he gets behind the camera to direct an upcoming 90210 episode.
"I just hope that Jennie [Garth]’s in the episode that I do, or that Shannen [Doherty]’s there," the actor told Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS-FM radio show. "That’d be fun for me."
Not mention, just like the old times as Priestley sat in the director's chair 18 times for the original Beverly Hills 90210. Eighteen seems to be the actor's lucky number as that's the episode of the season he will direct in the spring.
"I’m really looking forward to it," he said. "It’s going to be ...