Danica McKellar is best known for her recurring role as Winnie Cooper in The Wonder Years (which ran from 1988 to 1993). The popular family television show was set in the late '60s and explored how the social changes at the time affected children growing up in that period.
McKellar has continued to work steadily in the entertainment industry. Some of her more notable roles, according to her IMDb page, include Elsie Snuffin on The West Wing from 2002-2003, Maddie Monroe in the 2006 TV movie and subsequent TV series Inspector Mom, and The Quail in TV series Project Mc² (which ran from 2015 to 2017). She has also lent her voice to several projects, including the animated TV series DC Super Hero Girls, in which she voiced the character, Frost. And Transformers: Rescue Bots where she voiced the character, Hayley.
She's now a mother to a son, Draco Verta, who she shares with her first husband, Mike Verta — and motherhood is a role which she takes very seriously. During an interview with People magazine in 2015, McKellar gushed about her little boy and how she was homeschooling him so that she could, "get to experience all of his little improvements" in real time. Also, she's hardly aged at all, and still looks youthful and downright beautiful.