School's Back In Session So Rank Some Beverly Hills 90210 Characters!
Beverly Hills, 90210 is a total classic and a home to some of our favorite characters on television. The series ran for ten unforgettable seasons beginning in 1990 and ending in 2000. It's funny, heartwarming, and definitely heartbreaking at times.
It's not hard to play favorites with the characters on Beverly Hills, 90210. Some we absolutely adore, and others have a way of getting under our skin. We've put together a list of some of the main characters from the show, but we need your votes to create the ranking. Tell us who your favorite (and lease favorite) Beverly Hills, 90210 characters are now!
Dylan McKay (Luke Perry) was portrayed as a loner, prone to taking retreats and associating with only a few people at a time. After later receiving a significant inheritance, Dylan became rich before graduating high school. He lived alone throughout a good portion of his time on the show.
Brenda Walsh (Shannen Doherty) is a smart, driven, fierce and passionate woman. She is bold in her choices and is not afraid to stand up for herself and what she believes in.
Brandon Walsh (Jason Priestley) attracted the romantic attention of many women, and earned the respect of several friends during his time on the series. Brandon was the last Walsh to leave his family's iconic home in Beverly Hills.
A survivor of several personal challenges, Kelly Taylor (Jennie Garth) is presented as a young woman who grows from self-absorbed teenage beginnings toward a gradually more sensitive and mature adulthood. Not to mention, she's attracted many men along the way.
Donna Martin (Tori Spelling) is an easy-going, good-spirited character with a rational, occasionally bold personality. During high school, she declared her intentions to remain a virgin for the foreseeable future.
Andrea Zuckerman (Gabrielle Carteris) serves as the editor of the West Beverly Blaze – the school newspaper. She is very sweet with a big heart, but she often finds herself in socially awkward situations when attempting to talk to the other students.
David Silver (Brian Austin Green) starts out as an ambitious freshman who seems to mostly care about creating a name for himself. He proceeds to delve into his music and DJ interests in college, but struggles with drug abuse.
Steve Sanders (Ian Ziering) at first seems to be a careless, rich and spoiled teenager . However, it becomes clear that he struggles with the knowledge that he was adopted, among other painful truths.