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Lark Voorhies Set To Co-Star In Indie Comedy “Little Creeps” + Casting Call

1 March 2011 6:39 AM, PST | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

For those who’ve been wondering what Lark Voorhies (probably best known for her role as Lisa Turtle on early 90s TV teen series, Saved By The Bell) has been up to lately, well, wonder no more!

The 36-year old actress, who’s last notable on screen performance was in 2008′s womens prison drama Civil Brand (directed by Neema Barnett), will be reuniting with her Saved By The Bell co-star Dustin Diamond (aka “Screech“) for an indie feature film called Little Creeps.

Scheduled to begin principal photography in Flint, Michigan this spring, Little Creeps, the film’s synopsis reads: “Just because something is a myth doesn’t make it fiction. This is a philosophy that one eccentric college professor believes when it comes to the Demonicron, a book said to open the gates of Hell. When he somehow locates the book, he decides to conjure its demons to do his bidding. »

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