The "Boy Meets World" star and her beau exchanged vows in a "short and sweet" ceremony at Los Angeles cathedral Vibiana, her rep said.The couple wed in front of 200 guests, with six bridesmaids and groomsmen looking on. "I persevered and sometimes I wasn't the oldest person in class, some of the whisperers became good friends, and I did so well in math, I even became a tutor," she wrote. The newlyweds celebrated the big day with a candlelit ceremony that took place on a small staircase.
"We went on one date, when I was about 15, and by the time the dinner was over we realized mutually that we were more like family than lovers." It's a good thing they have such a rapport, because Fishel and Savage are set to portray family in the pilot for The Disney Channel's "Boy Meets World" spin-off, "Girl Meets World." The two will reprise their roles of Topanga and Cory, except on the pilot they'll be the married parents of two kids.
Their daughter, Riley (Rowan Blanchard), will be the story's focus, just as Savage's Cory was on "Boy Meets World." We can only hope the pilot's creative team will work a little of Fishel's personal taste into her character's.
(GQ 1997 10) She appeared in the music video for "Until You Loved Me" by Canadian music group The Moffatts.
Since Boy Meets World ended, Fishel has appeared in several films, including National Lampoon's Dorm Daze.
In 1991, the then 10-year-old Fishel was discovered in a community theater where she performed in two productions, The Wizard of Oz and Peter Pan.