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Leanna Creel
Born August 27, 1970 (1970-08-27) (age 39)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress, film producer, film director, screenwriter, photographer
Years active 1987–present
Spouse(s) Rinat Greenberg (2008-present)

Leanna Creel (born August 27, 1970) is an American actress, film producer, film director, screenwriter and photographer. She is best known for the role of Tori Scott on the last season of NBC teen sitcom Saved by the Bell.



Born in Los Angeles, California, Creel is an identical triplet who, along with her sisters Monica and Joy, started acting in the late 1980s. They appeared together in two television movies aired on The Wonderful World of Disney: The Parent Trap III and The Parent Trap IV: Hawaiian Honeymoon. In 1992, Creel had a guest role in an episode of Beverly Hills, 90210, alongside Monica. That same year, she landed the role of Tori in Saved by the Bell. Following her stint on Saved by the Bell, Creel had guest roles on One West Waikiki and Ned & Stacey.

Creel produced her first film in 1994, helping out a friend whose producer had been involved in a car accident. She also worked for the game Hollywood Stock Exchange (HSX). In 1998 she founded a film production company, Ignite Entertainment, with HSX's Michael Burns as President of Production.[1] Creel now works as a wedding photographer.

Personal life

Creel is a lesbian.[2] On June 18, 2008, when California legalized same-sex marriages, she married Rinat Greenberg.[2][3] Rinat gave birth to a son Levi on June 20, 2008.[4]

Creel attended UCLA and received a degree in History, and then a Master's degree in Film and Television.[1]


Year Film Role Notes
1988 Big Business Triplet
1996 Freeway Twin #2
1997 Mixed Signals
1998 Dancer, Texas Pop. 81
Executive producer
Desert Blue
Executive producer
Six-String Samurai
1999 The Suburbans
But I'm a Cheerleader
2000 The Cell Mother
Queen for a Day
2001 Get Over It
Director, writer
2005 Promtroversy
2009 Boutonniere
Executive producer
Year Title Role Notes
1987 Growing Pains Schwartz Twins 1 episode
1989 The Parent Trap III Lisa Wyatt Television movie
CBS Schoolbreak Special Susan 1 episode
The Parent Trap IV: Hawaiian Honeymoon Lisa Wyatt Television movie
1991 Parker Lewis Can't Lose Kandy 1 episode
Perry Mason: The Case of the Fatal Fashion Shannon Wilson Television movie
Anything But Love 2 episodes
1992 Beverly Hills, 90210 Claire 1 episode
1992-1993 Saved by the Bell Tori Scott 10 episodes
1996 One West Waikiki Marisa Coppage 1 episode
1997 Ned and Stacey Kim 1 episode

Awards and nominations

Year Award Result Category Film
2001 Milan International Film Festival Won Best Short Offside
Montréal World Film Festival Nominated First Prize (Short Films) Offside
São Paulo International Film Festival Won Best Short Offside
2005 PlanetOut Short Movie Awards Won Grand Prize Promtroversy


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