Ian Ziering


Ian Ziering Trivia


  • Trivia

    • Three of his former Beverly Hills 90210 co-stars, Jennie Garth, Tori Spelling, Jason Priestley and his wife Noamoi were in the audience during Season 4 of Dancing With the Stars to show their support for Ian.

    • Ian is a graduate of William Paterson College in Wayne, New Jersey.

    • Ian's career started when he was just 12 years old, where he began working in television and radio commercials.

    • Ian attended the same elementary school as Party of Five star Scott Wolf.

    • Ian Ziering is a director, photographer, actor, model, voice actor, and writer.

    • Ian Ziering appeared on the car makeover show Overhaulin. His '67 Camaro was "stolen" then given back to him a week later fully restored.

    • Ian Ziering's professional dancing partner on Season 4 of Dancing With The Stars was Cheryl Burke.

    • In 2004, Ian was working part-time as a quality control specialist for the State of California Judicial system.

    • Ian was given the nickname "George Washinton" when he was a child shortly after he had his two front teeth knocked out.

    • Ian was married to Nikki Schieler Ziering from 1997 until they divorced in 2002.

    • Ian is 6 feet tall.

    • Ian's favorite musical is West Side Story.

    • Ian has dyslexia. It was discovered by his teachers during 1st and 2nd grade.

    • Ian Ziering's favorite episode of Beverly Hills 90210 was "Slumber Party" in Season 1, where his character got his car stolen by those two girls.

    • Ian attended his fellow 90210 star Jason Priestley's wedding to British makeup artist Naomi Lowde in a lavish ceremony on Paradise Island in the Bahamas on May 14th 2005. Also in attendance were three other 90210 stars, Jennie Garth, Tori Spelling and Tiffani Thiessen.

  • Quotes

    • Ian Ziering: I feel so great with this. The power of the meeting brings us together. As a wonderful family now. It's like a gift, so it's great to see you all.

    • Ian Ziering: I'm thrilled that people think enough of my work to come up and ask for an autograph,or a photo. It's wonderful.