Danielle Fishel – Height, Weight, Bra Size, Measurements & Bio

Danielle Fishel Personal Details

Birth Name: Danielle Christine Fishel
Nickname: Danielle
Born: May 5, 1981
Ethnicity: White
Religion: Unknown
Zodiac Sign: Taurus
Birth Place: Mesa, Arizona, United States
Residence: Orange County, California, United States
Nationality: American
Education: She attended Calabasas High School before enrolling into California State University from which she graduated with a BA in psychology
Occupation: Actress, TV personality
Net Worth: $8 million

Danielle Fishel Measurements

[ads1 id=”alignright”]Measurements: 39-26-37
Height: 5’1″ (1.55 m)
Weight: 134 lbs (61 kg)
Hair Color: light Brown
Eye Color: Green
Bra Size: 36D
Dress Size: 8
Shoe Size: 7

Distinctive features: Full lips, voluptuous figure

Best known for: Her role as Topanga Lawrence / Matthews in TV series ‘Boy Meets World’

Danielle Fishel Family:
Father – Rick Fishel
Mother – Jennifer Fishel
Siblings – Christopher Fishel

Danielle Fishel Dated:

  • Lance Bass (1999-2000) – She dated American singer Lance Bass for a short time between 1999 and 2000
  • Devon Sawa (2000-2001) – Danielle also dated Canadian actor Devon Sawa for a couple of months
  • Tim Belusko (2009-Present) – She is currently married to Tim Belusko who used to be her tutor while she was attending CSUF

First Film: She made her debut on the big screen in 2000 with her role as Gloria in ‘Longshot’

First TV appearance: In 1992, she appeared in two episodes of ‘Full House’

Personal trainer: Danielle says that she cooks almost all the meals she eats, a perfect way to stay away from junk food. As for her personal trainer, she doesn’t appear to have one

Danielle Fishel Favorite Things, Facts & Hobbies:

  • She has Maltese ancestry
  • Her family moved from Arizona to California when she was three weeks old
  • In 2007, she was arrested in Los Angeles for drunk driving
  • Danielle was discovered when she was 10 years old
  • At one point, Danielle used to write a column called ‘Danielle’s Diary’ in ’16 Magazine’
  • She co-authored a book titled ‘Girl Gets Real: A Teenager’s Guide To Life’