New Article: Exclusive How Shannen Doherty Emerged From Her Rocky Past to Become Hollywood's Biggest Fighter
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If life is truly about taking lemons and turning them into a sugary sweet drink, then Shannen Doherty just might be winning. Few people have proven more adept at flipping the script than the 35-year Hollywood vet. Sure, she was cut loose from Fox's beloved teen dramedy Beverly Hills, 90210 in part because of her bad girl rep and constant feuds with costar Jennie Garth. "There were times when we wanted to claw each other's eyes out," Garth has admitted. But flash-forward nearly three decades—and one successful reboot—later and Garth labels Doherty "one of my dearest, closest friends."


"And, yes, she made more than a few relationship missteps, with two quickie marriages and a handful of bad engagements to her name. But that just made her more adept at recognizing her "soul mate" in photographer husband Kurt Iswarienko, a man she vowed to "walk any path with" and "take any bullet for."

As for that tough girl façade, turns out she needed that to face her toughest battle yet: a 2015 breast cancer diagnosis. Having entered remission exactly a year ago, the actress is able to mark her 47th birthday today with a little extra wisdom. "Cancer has, in a strange way, done some amazing things for me," the star, next up in the Heathers TV series, told Entertainment Tonight. "It's allowed me to be more me, like much more in touch with who I am, and much more vulnerable and the person that I always was, but I think it got hidden behind a lot of stuff."

Doherty would be the first to admit she arrived on the 90210 set in 1990 with a bit of a prickly exterior. Actually the actress, by then a veteran of TV series Little House on the Prairie and 1989 cult favorite Heathers, would label it as confidence.

"I'm not saying I don't have my moments of bitchiness, because everybody has them, but it's never for no reason," she explained to People in 1993. "I've always been a ballsy kid. I know it pisses some people off, but isn't the end result much better?"

At first, notes Doherty's costar and onscreen brother Jason Priestly, her self-assured stance was admirable. "She really and truly did not give a s--t," he recalled in his 2014 biography, Jason Priestly: A Memoir. "It was a very cool attitude, until it wasn't.""







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