A charming child-turned-teen star who grew up gracefully alongside her fans, Danielle Fishel delighted Generation Y as Topanga, the whip-smart soulmate to Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) on "Boy Meets World" (ABC, 1993-2000). Achieving teen star fame, including magazine covers and a prom date with *NSYNC's Lance Bass, Fishel slowed her acting output after the series ended, concentrating instead on hosting gigs, including helming a season of "Say What? Karaoke" (MTV, 1998-2003) and booking a correspondent role on "The Tyra Banks Show" (syndicated, 2005-09; The CW, 2009-2010). Maintaining her fan base and becoming a more confident, polished performer with age, Fishel landed a plum hosting gig when she earned her own satirical commentary series "The Dish" (Style, 2008-2011), a sister series to "The Soup" (E!, 2004- ). Fans were overjoyed, however, at the announcement in 2012 that she would return to her most famous role, when both she and Ben Savage signed on for "Girl Meets World," a sequel to "Boy" that would follow Topanga and Cory's 13-year-old daughter. With girl-next-door glamour and an effervescent personality, Danielle Fishel managed to escape the pitfalls of child stardom and enjoy a lengthy industry career as well as the goodwill of countless fans, both past and present.