It was a surprisingly lively week in that regard. boy meets world news.
That is, instead of one 2 A story about the popular ABC sitcom that ran from 1993-2000.
The first involved Mr. Feeney’s public marriage. We live in 2023, so there are literally no secrets.
This other major development in Corey Matthews’ poem is a little more wholesome, and it’s probably the kind of story where Feeney is pretty proud of his favorite student.
actor ben savage — who appeared in world In all seven of that season — he reportedly filed papers to run for Congress.
Savage is running for seats in California’s 30th borough, which includes parts of Ben’s hometown of West Hollywood, Burbank and Pasadena.
Adam Schiff is currently occupied by Adam Schiff, who is rumored to have his eye on Diane Feinstein’s Senator seat.
This is not Ben’s first foray into politics.
Savage has failed to run for the 2022 West Hollywood Council.
His defeat in that election did not seem to deter him. Because Ben is aiming for the fence this time around by taking part in a race that is sure to grab attention.
Schiff has been a member of the House of Representatives since 2001, chaired the House Permanent Intelligence Committee from 2019 to 2022, and was a regular on Sunday morning talk shows.
The race to replace him is sure to garner a lot of media coverage, but Ben is certainly familiar with the camera.
brother of Wonder Years Star Fred Savage, Ben started acting when he was just eight years old.
Triggered by co-starring with his brother in a favorite children’s movie little monsterBen followed in Fred’s ABC sitcom footsteps and landed a lead role boy meets world 1993.
Since then, Savage has scored dozens of acting credits, but he is arguably best known for his work as Cory Matthews.
Savage then earned a degree in Political Science from Stanford University and interned under Senator Arlen Spector as one of the program’s requirements.
Savage, now 42, wants to start a second career as an MP.
It’s too early to know what voters will think of him as a candidate, but he certainly has no problem with name recognition!