From Leonardo DiCaprio to half of the 'Saved by the Bell' cast, see which stars are hitting the milestone this year
Happy birthday to you!
This year, a host of big names are turning 50, including 10 who have been in the spotlight since they were just teenagers, starring in some of our favorite '90s TV shows and films.
Half of our beloved Bayside High students will mark the milestone, in addition to Oscar winners Leonardo DiCaprio and Christian Bale. Check out the full list of former teen stars turning 50 in 2024.
Tiffani Thiessen, a.k.a. Saved by the Bell sweetheart Kelly Kapowski, marked her birthday on Jan. 23, and celebrated by posing in nothing but a bed sheet (and getting a meaningful tattoo with her mom days prior).
Thiessen's on-screen love interest, actor Mark-Paul Gosselaar, turns 50 on March 1.
Meanwhile, their fashion-obsessed Bayside bestie Lark Voorhies will turn 50 on March 25!
Seth Green, who starred in iconic teen films including Can't Hardly Wait and cult classic series like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, turns 50 on Feb. 8.
Alyson Hannigan got her start in My Stepmother Is an Alien and Free Spirit before joining fellow 1974 baby Seth Green on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Her 50th falls on March 24.
Ain't it a fine life, Christian Bale? The actor broke hearts in Newsies before earning four Oscar nominations in the 2010s for his big-screen work. He blows out the candles on Jan. 30.
Jerry O'Connell first hit the scene in 1986's Stand by Me, and has been working steadily in TV and film ever since. He celebrates on Feb. 17.
As if Donald Faison could be 50! The Clueless comedian will celebrate on June 22.
From One Life to Live and I Know What You Did Last Summer to Cruel Intentions and Crimson Tide, Ryan Phillippe was all over our screens in the '90s. He turns 50 on Sept. 10.
We'll never let go of the fact that Leonardo DiCaprio is no longer just Titanic's Jack, but a seven-time Oscar nominee and Martin Scorsese movie mainstay who is turning 50 on Nov. 11 of this year.
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