'90210' co-stars honor Luke Perry on what would have been late actor's 54th birthday: 'Forever in my heart'

Luke Perry's friends and co-stars remember the beloved actor on Sunday in honor of his birthday. Perry died of a major stroke in 2019 at the age of 52. (Photo: Gabriel Olsen / FilmMagic)
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Friends and former colleagues remember Luke Perry on the occasion of the deceased actor's 54th birthday.
Perry, who died in March 2019 after a massive stroke, was universally loved in the industry, and the outpouring of love on social media in his honor reflected that.
Jennie Garth, who played Perry's long-time love interest Kelly Taylor in Beverly Hills, 90210, shared an intimate black and white photo of herself with him. "Forever in my heart," wrote Garth.
Shannen Doherty, also Perry's love interest on the show, shared a photo of the smiling actor. She just wrote, "Luke."
(Screenshot: Shannen Doherty via Instagram)
Another former 90210 co-star, Tori Spelling, shared how grateful she is that Perry was able to meet her son Beau before he died.
"Think of him and miss him," she wrote. "But that's every day. So grateful that he met my smallest beau and cuddled up to him when he was a baby."
Brian Austin Green, who played David Silver on the hit series, posted a throwback photo of himself and Perry on the beach from the show's heyday.
"Happy Birthday Bro!!" he wrote. "I love you."
Green also shared the last photo Perry sent him - which Green says is his phone's lock screen.
"This has been a very tough day, but you have positively touched everyone you have ever met," he wrote.
Shared a recording of the four main male stars from Beverly Hills, 90210, Ian Ziering wrote, “All brothers from different mothers. Happy birthday LP, RIP. "
In addition to his 90,210 co-stars, Perry's newer colleagues reflected on their time with him.
Madelaine Petsch, who appeared alongside Perry in Riverdale, posted a touching photo of the two talking. (While the actress wished him a "happy 53rd birthday," Perry would have turned 54.)
Madelaine Petsch shared a touching photo of herself and Luke Perry in honor of the late actor's birthday. (Photo: Madelaine Pestch)
On other 90210 news, Garth and Spelling made headlines recently when they responded to Jessica Alba's allegations of bad behavior on the hit show's setback when she performed in 1998. Alba said while filming two episodes of the series she was forbidden to make eye contact with the stars of the show. In a promo for Garth and Spelling's new podcast, 9021OMG, the actresses struggled to remember one such incident.
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