Jennie Garth (born April 3, 1972) is an American actress and film director.
Jennie Garth 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 2008, Jennie reprised her role as Kelly in the new "90210" series, this time playing a counselor rather than a student. She also reteamed with her co-stars Luke Perry and Jason Priestley in 2012 when she appeared in the fan-favorite back-to-school campaign for Old Navy.
In 2014, Jennie will release her first memoir with New American Library (NAL), a division of Penguin Group (USA), titled "Deep Thoughts From a Hollywood Blonde."
In 2013, she starred opposite Cameron Mathison in the ABC Family romantic comedy "Holidaze." The movie was part of the network's successful "25 Days of Christmas."
In 2007, Jennie competed on ABC's hit show "Dancing with the Stars." Her newfound moves and loyal fans made her a crowd favorite and kept her in the competition through the semi-finals.
In 2002, Jennie made her comedy debut as the straight-laced sister of Amanda Bynes in the WB's "What I Like About You." The series concluded in 2006 after a four-season run. Jennie has starred in many successful television movies over the years including the 2012 Lifetime film "The Eleventh Victim," based on the best-selling novel by Nancy Grace, "Girl Positive," "Accidentally in Love" and "A Christmas Tail" to name a few. She is also actively giving back supporting causes such as Stand Up to Cancer, The American Heart Association, Autism Speaks, Lollipop Theater Network and Water 4. Jennie and her three daughters, Luca Bella, Lola Ray, and Fiona Eve, currently reside in Los Angeles, she currently is starring in her own series for HGTV "The Jennie Garth Project" where she renovates her house for her and her family.