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Tori Spelling Reminisces on Carefree 90s Days in Throwback with Brian Austin Green, Mark Wahlberg and Shannen Doherty

Beside the iconic throwback photo, Tori Spelling wrote, "Interesting how full circle life can be"

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Tori Spelling's throwback photo with Brian Austin Green, Mark Wahlberg, and Shannen Doherty

Tori Spelling is taking it back to the 90s!

The actress took a walk down memory lane by sharing an iconic throwback photo from a night out at the Roxbury with Brian Austin Green, Shannen Doherty and Mark Wahlberg on Instagram Monday.

The photo showed Spelling, 50, pouting her lips as she looked at the camera with her arm wrapped around Green's neck. Next to Green is Wahlberg, who at the time performed as Marky Mark in the hip-hop group Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch. Wahlberg, 52, gave the camera the middle finger while Doherty, 52, smiled beside him.

"When you didn't give af … Interesting how full circle life can be," Spelling, who had a tough end to 2023 due to her separation from ex-husband Dean McDermott, captioned the photo.

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<p>Andrew J Cunningham/Getty</p> Tori Spelling

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Tori Spelling

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In response to her post, fans swarmed the comment section to also reminisce about the past. One fan commented, "SUCH AN ICONIC PIC! Like gosh! The 90's were the best!!!" Another wrote, "I remember seeing that pic in magazines in the 90's. ❤️"

Spelling, Green, and Doherty's fame increased in the 90s thanks to the success of Beverly Hills, 90210.

Years after debuting in Oct. 1990 and airing its final episode in 2000, the cast remains close friends. Earlier this month, Doherty reflected on fellow 90210 costar Luke Perry's sudden death at age 52 in March 2019 during a panel at MegaCon Orlando.

"It was shocking. I have a very visceral reaction whenever someone brings up Luke because as someone with cancer — and a really horrible cancer at stage 4 — I thought I would be the first to go," she said. "So when it was Luke, it really just sent me for a tailspin."

<p>mikel roberts/Sygma via Getty Images</p> The cast of 'Beverly Hills, 90210'

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The cast of 'Beverly Hills, 90210'

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While Doherty admitted "there were moments where we were not so close," she said that he died when they were "flourishing as friends, and our respect and admiration for each other was coming to its fullest potential."

Green has also spoken highly of their former costar, saying on an episode of Getting Grilled with Curtis Stone in January, “Luke is still a big part of my life.”

“Who Luke was and the relationship that I had with him and the connection that I had with him is something that I still — almost on a daily basis — when things happen in my life, I’ll stop for a second and I’ll think about him and what I learned from him and what I think his opinion would be of what it is I do,” he shares. “I’m sure it sounds silly but ... that still holds a lot of weight for me.”

Though Wahlberg wasn't on 90210, he was still friendly with the cast around that time, as shown by Spelling's photo.

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Mark Wahlberg

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The Ted actor also hasn't been afraid to reflect on the past. He told PEOPLE in June 2022 that one of his proudest moments was when his daughter Ella Rae bought a Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch T-shirt from a vintage shop.

"It's nice to have [her celebrate] some of my past. That was actually a very nice little moment for me," he told PEOPLE.

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