Zack from Saved By The Bell is back in a new TV drama and he’s totally unrecognisable

While Screech and co goofed about in class at Bayside High School, the blond looker had plenty of teenage hearts skipping a beat.

Actor Mark-Paul Gosselaar was 15 when he first played the school pin-up.

He starred in the show for four seasons before reprising the role in 1993 in Saved By The Bell: The College Years, with Tiffani Thiessen, who played screen girlfriend Kelly Kapowski.

Now 25 years on the Californian actor is back in the tense drama, The Passage.

And he’s barely recognisable from the fresh-faced boy of his youth.

The dark-haired star – who has a Dutch dad and an Indonesian mum – has now grown a beard and put on some serious muscle.

But we’ve got say the 44-year-old has definitely improved with age.

Mark=Paul, who is married with three children, had to dye his hair blonde for every episode of Saved By The Bell.

Since the series ended he has appeared in Franklin and Bash, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and as himself in the TV comedy Nobodies.

The new drama, set to air in 2019, follows a government experiment which turns a group of death row inmates into vampires.

Mark-Paul’s character joins forces with an orphan girl (Saniyya Sidney) who may have the key to stopping the ensuing massacre.

So will humanity be Saved By The Belle….

Also, we revealed where the kids from Home Alone are – one of them is an Olympian and another battled heroin addiction.

Also, viewers were shocked to find out the black and white movie in Home Alone is FAKE.

And the little girl from The Grinch is all grown up – and now Taylor Momsen is a punk rocker.


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