Luke Perry Makes The Cover Of AARP Luke Perry, the bad boy of TV's Beverly Hills, 90210, turned 50 last week. AARP the magazine made him the cover boy of its latest issue, declaring: "Welcome to the 902-5-OH."

Luke Perry Makes The Cover Of AARP

Luke Perry Makes The Cover Of AARP

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Luke Perry, the bad boy of TV's Beverly Hills, 90210, turned 50 last week. AARP the magazine made him the cover boy of its latest issue, declaring: "Welcome to the 902-5-OH."

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. Luke Perry may forever be a teenager in many minds - a student at West Beverly Hills High. But the bad boy of "Beverly Hills, 90210" turned 50 last week. And to celebrate and to make us all feel a little bit older, AARP magazine made him the cover of its latest issue, declaring welcome to the 902-5-oh. If the cover was good enough for Bob Dylan last year, it's good enough for Luke Perry, aka Dylan, this year. It's MORNING EDITION.

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