She rose to fame as the fashionable Lisa Turtle on the 90's sitcom classic, Saved by the Bell.
But now, at the age of 38, there's growing concern for Lark Voorhies after her mother recently came forward to say she's worried about her daughter's mental well-being.
Lark’s mother said, "There are things that have traumatized her. Lark's mother told People magazine, "I care deeply about my daughter and I want her to resume her life."
Lark came to INSIDE EDITION to tell fans of Saved by the Bell to stop worrying about her. She spoke with INSIDE EDITION’s Jim Moret.
Moret asked, "People have said that you ramble and hear voices?"
Lark said, "No."
Moret said, "That you're a different person in the morning than you are at night.
Lark said, "No."
Sadly, it was clear during our interview that Lark was having a difficult time articulating her thoughts.
Moret asked, "Did you get angry at these reports that portrayed you as off base?"
She said, "No. It has no relevance to me, so it does not relate to me whatsoever. And I do not carry any association with it at all.”
Lark isn't the only former star from the sitcom to go through tough times after the show was cancelled in 1993.
Dustin Diamond, aka “Screech”, has faced foreclosure on his home three times. Each time he's managed to raise enough money to have it dismissed.
But other cast members have prospered.
Tiffani Amber Thiessen currently appears on the USA Network's, White Collar. She even showed off her beautiful baby girl, Harper Smith, on the Today show.
Mark Paul Gosselaar is now starring on Franklin and Bash on TNT.
Mario Lopez is a TV personality.
Not much has been heard from Elisabeth Berkeley after her starring role in the movie Showgirls.
Lark is now out with an e- book, True Light.
Life has clearly gotten a lot more complicated than those innocent days on Saved by the Bell.