January 22, 2011 by Post Team
Danielle Fishel, Christine Danielle Fishel (born May 5, 1981) is an American actress known for her role as Topanga Lawrence on the 1990s TV sitcom Boy Meets World. Currently she is the host of dishes. She also appeared in National Lampoon’s Dorm Daze and his entourage and was spokesman for NutriSystem.
Fishel was born in Mesa, Arizona, daughter Jennifer, a personal manager, and Rick Fishel, a medical equipment sales executive.  The family moved to Yorba Linda, California when she was three weeks. She has a younger brother, Christopher Fishel. She graduated from Calabasas High School Class of 1999
In 1991, when 10-year Fishel was discovered in a community theater where she performed in two productions, The Wizard of Oz and Peter Pan. She quickly switched to voice-overs and commercials, including several as a Barbie Girl for Mattel. Shortly after, she appeared in two episodes of the hit series Full House, guest star as a character named Jennifer. She also had a small role in Harry and the Hendersons, playing Jessica. Fishel mother became her manager full time.
In 1993 at the age of 12, began her well-known role as Fishel Topanga Lawrence on ABC’s pilot series Boy Meets World. Originally written as a small part, Lawrence became a recurring role. After a successful first year, Fishel became a show regular  character Fishel, Topanga Lawrence, was a sparky, intelligent girl who was mature for her age. It replaced the nerdy Stuart Minkus as the mastermind of the class.
Throughout the series, a central plot was the relationship between it and the main character, Cory Matthews. Their romance girlfriend took them to school, dealing with stereotypical “after school special” themes such as peer pressure, teenage sex, infidelity, and breakups. Topanga proposed to Cory graduation and the show followed them to college. The characters married. The sight of long term ended in 2000 after seven years, with Cory and Topanga to go to New York to pursue a career.
Fishel was on the cover of Seventeen in December 1998. She won a 1998 Young Star for Best Performance by a Young Actress in a comedy series for television. In June 1999 she was one of “The Hottest Stars 21 under 21″ as presented by Teen People.
Fishel was on the cover of GQ’s biggest stars to watch in September 1997 issue of GQ. (QM 1997 9)
Since Boy Meets World ended, Fishel has appeared in several films, including National Lampoon’s Dorm Daze. In 2006, she appeared in three made-for-DVD releases: National Lampoon’s Dorm Daze 2: College at Sea (appearing again as “Marla” the first film), the action movie Gamebox 1.0 (playing a dual role), and The Chosen One, an independent animated film in which she provides the voice of the female protagonist.
In 2006, Fishel appeared as a guest on the show from Tyra Banks, where she discussed her dramatic weight loss with the use of the Nutrisystem Diet.  After her appearance on the show, Fishel became a spokesperson for NutriSystem. She also became a privileged interlocutor for The Tyra Banks Show, from early February 2007.  In 2010, she had gained some of the weight back on, and told People Magazine that she could not maintain her weight NutriSystem .
In August 2008, began hosting Fishel Dishes for the Style Network, which satirizes pop culture in a format similar to E! Sister Network Entertainment Television, The Soup. Fishel has also been on television as host of the Fuse fuse 20, and was a guest star on an episode roundtable Chelsea recently.
Tune in alert for Sunday’s episode of “The Dish”, as Tracy DiMarco and Olivia Sharpe Blois star-big-hair, perma-tanned and outrageously contradictory Style Network’s hit series “Jerseylicious” drop-in to host ” Danielle Fishel”some tips on how to become delish Jersey.
In addition, Tabatha Coffey of “Tabatha’s Salon Takeover” also stops by the set to give Danielle a piece of her mind!
Do not miss this brash “flat”, distributed this Sunday, January 23 at 22:00 ET / PT on The Style Network.
On this episode hilarious, Tracy and Olivia throw style Jersey and take the opportunity to rip next to Danielle! It is time to say goodbye to the venerable “facilitator” appearance, as Tracy points courtesy Danielle that, “Your hair is flat, your tan is dark and the color is not just for you on television.” Even the classic choice Danielle men are not acceptable, as Tracy exclaims sarcastically, “… I guess you guys nice clean cut not a criminal! ”
Danielle useful pointers to become a true Jersey girl-and-find a real Jersey boy. But given the animosity well known Tracy and Olivia each other, will they get along long enough to make it through the episode? And when Tabatha Coffey visits the set, will be her choice of colorful words to describe a hairdresser past, she “helped” put Danielle in freefall? The only way to tell is to watch!
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