Actress, author, producer and speaker
Actress, author, producer and speaker Danica McKellar was first introduced to us as Winnie Cooper on the iconic television classic “The Wonder Years.” Danica currently recurs on the ABC comedy “Home Economics,” and, this past Christmas season, starred in and executive produced romantic comedy “Christmas at the Drive-In” on the Great American Family network. Danica was a judge on Fox’s 2022 reality competition series “Domino Masters.”
Danica graduated Summa cum Laude from UCLA with a degree in Mathematics and contributed original research proving a new math theorem, since dubbed “The Chayes-McKellar-Winn Theorem,” published in Britain’s esteemed Journal of Physics. She testified before Congress about the importance of women in math and science and was named “Person of the Week” by ABC World News for her entertaining books tackling math education.
Now a New York Times bestselling author, Danica’s series of eleven groundbreaking books teach kids and teens how to master mathematical concepts in the context of fun stories. The Times Machine, which teaches multiplication and division, was named a “2020 Amazon Book of the Year,” and her 11th book, “Double Puppy Trouble,” was selected as Amazon’s “Editor’s Pick: Best books ages 3-5.” To date, Danica’s books have sold over 2 million copies worldwide. They can be found at McKellarMath.com