TV Actress

Danica McKellar (TV Actress) Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Measurements, Facts, Quotes

Danica McKellar

Played Winnie Cooper on the television series The Wonder Years. In 2015, she appeared as the character The Quail in the TV mini-series Project MC2.

She married Mike Verta in 2009 and they welcomed a son, Draco, the following year. After the couple divorced in 2012, she married Scott Sveslosky in 2014.

Danica McKellar Age

How old is Danica McKellar? She was born in 1975, she is 49 years old.

Danica McKellar Height & Weight

How tall is Danica McKellar? She stands 5 feet 4 inches (163 cm) tall.

No weight data is available right now.

Danica McKellar Wiki

Danica McKellar Wiki/Bio
Famous asTV Actress
Age49 years old
BirthdayJanuary 3, 1975
BirthplaceSan Diego, CA
Zodiac SignCapricorn
Heightapprox. 5 ft 4 in (163 cm)
Net WorthN/A

Quotes by Danica McKellar

You can be obsessed with makeup and hair products and, you know, your appearance and still be absolutely making smart life decisions and work on your smarts, develop your smarts by studying something like math. Then you’ll make much better decisions on the brands of clothing that you buy or whatever it is that you want.

— Danica McKellar

I love surprises – champagne and strawberries, all that pampering, romantic stuff. Guys ought to know how to pamper their women properly.

— Danica McKellar

A reciprocal of a fraction is found by flipping it upside down. If you want the reciprocal of a mixed number or a whole number, just convert it to an improper fraction, and then flip it!

— Danica McKellar

By the end of an intense four years at UCLA, I had co-authored a new math proof, which the media, in fact, loved. As it turned out, math itself blazed my entry back into the spotlight and consequently into wonderful acting jobs like ‘The West Wing’ and others. You just never know, do you?

— Danica McKellar

If anyone tells you it’s impossible to be fabulous and smart and make a ton of money using math, well, they can just get in line behind you – and kiss your math.

— Danica McKellar