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July 21 2015
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RAVE provides a detailed biography, 40,000+ photos, over 500 video clips, a friendly fan forum, style book and loads more on the actress, director, writer, producer, designer, activist, and chef, Tiffani Thiessen.
Currently Tiffani is working on Cooking Channel's, "Dinner at Tiffani's" and designing for her baby furniture line, Petitnest. You can read more about the White Collar, Saved by the Bell actress in the "About Tiffani" section.
Hope you all are having a lovely summer :)
Time to set another place at the table: Tiffani Thiessen's baby boy is here!
The Dinner at Tiffani's host and her husband Brady Smith welcomed their second child on Wednesday, July 1, she announced Thursday on Instagram.
Son Holt Fisher Smith joins big sister Harper Renn, 5.
"Yesterday Harper got a little brother! We are so excited to introduce Holt Fisher Smith. Our perfect sweet little man," the new mama captioned a photo of the sweet siblings.
Shortly after sharing her wish for another baby, the former Saved by the Bell star's dream came true when she announced in January she was expecting. (People)
"We could not be more excited about extending our family. Harper is beyond thrilled to have a playmate!" they told PEOPLE at the time.
Days later, the family of three cut into a gender reveal cake and found out they would be welcoming a baby boy to the mix.
Thiessen — who showed off her baby belly while reprising her role as Kelly Kapowski during a sketch on the Tonight Show — kept her fans updated throughout the pregnancy, sharing photos and sweet moments on her blog.
"We couldn't be more excited. And Harper... is she ever. Every day she asks me, 'Is he ready yet Mommy?' " the mom-to-be wrote in a March entry. "It warms my heart to see the excitement and love she has for this baby already. Every day she kisses my belly. She tells her baby brother all the time that she loves him."
It looks like Tiffani was recently on an episode of Hell's Kitchen! Here's a video clip from the episode.
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Saved by the Bell alum Tiffani Thiessen and husband Brady Smith enjoyed a co-ed baby shower to celebrate the impending arrival of their son.
Titled A Gathering in Blue, the expectant mama, 41, blogged on her website about the afternoon soirée, which was also attended by the couple's nearly 5-year-old daughter Harper (who was joined by her BFF Simone Masterson-Horn).
"For the past 5 years I have been creating fun parties for Harper and have loved every minute of it," she writes. "One thing that was always consistent was the color scheme... there had to be pink in there somewhere, so it was so fun to play with the color BLUE this time for a change."
The Beverly Hills, 90210 star went on to talk about the party's chic décor.
"I chose cobalt blue and purple for our sweet baby boy's shower," she says. "I've been eyeing these colors for some time (we've been designing his nursery as well). First, I chose the fabrics for the linens and pillows. They came from a great company called Guildery that my sweet sister-in-law, Jill Smith, told me about."
It was the high school film which became an iconic 90's classic still loved worldwide today.
And on its 20th anniversary the team behind Clueless have revealed that a host of big name actresses, including three who went on to become Oscar winning stars, were considered for the role of lovable rich teen Cher Horowitz.
Amy Heckerling, the writer and director of the film, said that it was no easy task picking Alicia Silverstone, who played the role from the wealth of teen talent available at the time.
Amy said: 'Fox wanted me to explore all the (options). I saw Alicia Witt, the redheaded (actress). And Tiffani Thiessen. (Daily Mail)
Today, more than 25 cultural influencers and 60 U.S. Mayors joined the coalition of best-in-class organizations and activists pledging to "Wear Orange" – a color that symbolizes the value of human life – on June 2nd, the first-annual National Gun Violence Awareness Day.
Wear Orange is a new campaign that amplifies existing efforts to reduce gun violence in America and helps honor the 88 Americans whose lives are cut short by gun violence every day. In the past two weeks, more than 140 groups and luminaries have joined the campaign, including MTV, Motown Records, HBO, Vans Warped Tour, Essence Magazine, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Brady Campaign, and Million Mom March. (Look to the Stars)