Danielle Fishel has revealed how she got a job at Bloomingdale’s after ‘Boy Meets World’ ended.
“I was really good at wrapping presents,” Fishel said on the rewatch podcast “Pod Meets World.”
She said she would not reveal to customers who recognized her that she was really Topanga Lawrence.
‘Boy Meets World’ star Danielle Fishel reveals she’s been doing an amazing job years after her hit TGIF sitcom ended — she was a gift wrapper at the Bloomingdale’s store Around 2009, while attending college, he moved to Newport Beach, California.
“I loved wrapping presents,” she said on Monday’s episode. Listen to the Pod Meets World podcast again.
In a conversation that began around 34:00 in the episode, Fishel, her co-hosts Ryder Strong and Will Friedle, and guest Marty York (who appeared in several episodes of Boy Meets World) said: , began talking about how actors are looked down upon.when they take Work outside of Hollywood.
Fishel revealed how she landed an unexpected job after her ABC show ended.
Fishel said she bought a set of wine glasses at Bloomingdale’s. “Boy Meets World” co-star Wedding celebration the next day. She wanted gift-wrapping, but when she went to the department store to pick it up, the woman told her her gift wouldn’t be ready until the next day. However, according to Fischel, the woman said the cash register was closed early because the store was slow, but she refused to open the cash register again.
actor and director “No problem wrapping. If you could give me the ingredients, would you like me to wrap it for you here?” Fishel then “sat on the floor of Bloomingdale’s customer service department” and wrapped the gift himself.
Eventually the manager came back to see what Fishel was up to. After blaming the employee for refusing to wrap Fishel’s gift, he praised Fishel’s gift-wrapping skills.
“He looked at me and said, ‘That’s really cool,'” she said, adding that she responded, “Thank you, I love wrapping presents.”
The “Girl Meets World” star said her manager gave her a card. She got a job and even worked with a girl who refused to wrap her gifts.
Fishel had planned to work at a department store over the holidays, but eventually decided to extend his stay, eventually realizing he was “really good” at customer service along with gift wrapping. said.
“A woman rushed over the counter and it was unbelievable,” recalls Fischel.
And while Fishel was occasionally recognized by customers, she was shy about confirming who she was. When asked if she was, she simply replied “yes”.
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