is an American actress who skyrocketed to stardom with her role as Kelly Taylor on "Beverly Hills, 90210". The show became a ratings juggernaut, lasting 10 seasons, and remains one of the most successful and iconic television series ever produced. In 2014, "The Jennie Garth Project", followed Jennie as she personally designed and renovated a dated Hollywood Hills home for her family. The same year she released her first memoir, "Deep Thoughts From a Hollywood Blonde", and starred in the ABC Family comedy series "Mystery Girls" with her 90210 alum, Tori Spelling. Jennie has also starred in seventeen television movies over the years including the 2013 ABC Family holiday comedy "Holidaze", the 2012 Lifetime film "The Eleventh Victim" and as Abby Reynolds in "A Time To Dance". Jennie is the national spokesperson for the American Heart Association's ‘Go Red for Women’ and The Heart Foundation. She is also a supporter of Feeding America, Kids Vision for Life, Stand Up To Cancer, and Water4. Jennie and her husband, Dave Abrams, currently reside in Los Angeles along with Jennie’s daughters, Luca Bella, Lola Ray, and Fiona Eve.