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Here are some less-than-sunny events from behind the scenes of my hair.I came to the audition with that hairstyle, got the part, and the director Michael Jacobs never let me cut it from there on out," Strong admitted.I was so thankful I had voice-over because I could still perform and act." We are, too!, of course, is the slowly developing relationship between the two, which evolves from junior high classmates who didn't like each other, to friends, to boyfriend and girlfriend, to — in the show's seventh and final season — husband and wife.While those two initially fight over her, the trio ultimately decides to just be friends.Danielle Christine Fishel was born on May 5, 1981, in Mesa, Arizona. The family relocated to Yorba Linda, California when she was three weeks old. She quickly moved on to do voice-overs and commercials, including several as a Barbie Girl for Mattel." is usually that they wound up washed up and out of work.
in season six as Rachel Mc Guire, an attractive roommate and romantic foil to Eric Matthews and Jack Hunter.In both the past and present, Danielle Fishel — forever TV's Topanga — has done alright for herself in the romance department.She married (and then divorced) her college math tutor, and got remarried to comedy writer Jensen Karp in November 2018. They ended up dating for a year and a half, and even attended Fishel's high school prom together, but things ultimately didn't work out.She also had a small role on Harry and the Hendersons, playing Jessica. In 1993, at the age of 12, Fishel began her well-known role as Topanga Lawrence on ABC's pilot series Boy Meets World.Originally written as a small part, Topanga became a recurring role. From August 2008 to March 2011 Fishel hosted The Dish for the Style Network, which satirized pop culture in a format similar to sister network Entertainment Television's The Soup.