Friday, February 20, 2009

Danica McKellar Strips Naked On Stolen Video Review

Danica McKellar Strips Naked On Stolen Video

Danica Mae McKellar (born January 3, 1975), is an American actress and mathematical education advocate. She is best known for her role as Winnie Cooper in the television show The Wonder Years, and now as author of the two New York Times bestsellers, "Math Doesn't Suck," and "Kiss My Math" that encourage and empower middle-school girls with mathematics know-how.

McKellar has admitted the transition from "child actor to adult actor was a little bumpy."[3] Since leaving The Wonder Years, McKellar has had several guest roles in television series (including one with former co-star Fred Savage on Working), and has written and directed two short films. She briefly returned to regular television with a recurring role in the 2002–03 season of The West Wing, portraying Elsie Snuffin the sister and assistant of Deputy White House Communications Director Will Bailey.

In June 2006, Lifetime Television announced that McKellar will star in a Lifetime movie and web-based series titled Inspector Mom about a mother who solves mysteries.[4] In an interview in the November 17, 2006, issue of TV Guide, McKellar said that two TV movies and ten webisodes of Inspector Mom were being produced.[5]

On the August 1, 2007 edition of the Don and Mike Show, a WJFK-FM radio program out of Washington, D.C., McKellar announced plans that the producers of How I Met Your Mother were planning to bring her back for a recurring role (she guest-starred on the show in late 2005). She appeared in the October 8, 2007, episode titled "Third Wheel".

In 2008, she starred in Heatstroke, a Sci-Fi Channel original movie about searching for alien life on Earth.

McKellar has provided the voices for characters in two video games: Jubilee in X-Men Legends (2004), and Invisible Woman in Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (2006).

McKellar currently, as of June 23, 2008, has been one of the stars commenting on the occurrences of the new millennium in VH1's I Love the New Millennium.