Famous for her acting job in the hit television sitcom “Boy Meets World,” Danielle Fishel never fails to draw insurmountable attention, thanks to her pretty face, superb acting skills, and undeniably charming personality.
Add to that, she also impressed the audience with her fantastic roles in the comedy film “National Lampoon’s Dorm Daze.” Furthermore, her weight loss program under Nutrisystem drew a lot of attention after she lost about 30 pounds.
Here is some useful information about her including how much Daniel Fishel weighs.
The Weight of Danielle Fishel
How much does Danielle Fishel weigh? Based on recent reports, her weight is currently somewhere between 115 and 135 pounds. It was quite hard to determine her exact weight, considering her dwindling weight since her younger years.
She is a Maltese-American actress born on May 5, 1981, in the City of Mesa, Arizona. Her full name is Danielle Christine Fishel. Today, she hosts the satirical TV series entitled “The Dish,” which first aired sometime in August 2008.
Additional Information and Other Highly Interesting Details
Her career as an actress started sometime in 1991 when she was still part of a community theater that performed great shows like “Peter Pan” and “The Wizard of Oz.”
After that, she went on to shoot TV commercials and do special voiceover jobs. She then appeared in the hit TV sitcoms “Full House” and “Harry and the Hendersons.”
In 1993, she became part of the ABC sitcom “Boy Meets World,” where she played her most popular role as Topanga Lawrence.
In 1998, she graced the cover of a teenage magazine called Seventeen. In that very same year, she became an award-winning actress when she bagged the Young Star for Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Comedy TV Series Award.
Sometime in June 1999, Teen People magazine included her in the prestigious list called ‘The 21 Hottest Stars Under 21.’
After her highly successful stint in “Boy Meets World,” she appeared in several DVD motion pictures such as “National Lampoon’s Dorm Daze 2: College at Sea,” “Gamebox 1.0” as well as “The Chosen One,” all of which were released in 2006.
She wowed the audience with a special guest appearance in the hit talk show “The Tyra Banks Show,” where she went on to discuss how she lost weight under the special Nutrisystems Diet program.
In 2008, she had another successful year when she started hosting Style Network’s satirical TV show called “The Dish.”
Additionally, she also had many other impressive guest appearances in other television programs like “Nikki” in 2001, “Yes, Dear” in 2003, and “The Fuse 20” in 2009.