Boy Meets World’s William Daniels calls ‘love and family’ because he kept him going on his 94th birthday
William Daniels, who is the beloved Mr. Feeny starred in ABC’s Boy Meets World from 1993-2000, revealing on his 94th birthday that his secret to a long life is ‘love and family’.
When asked how he feels about entering a new year of life, the two-time Emmy winner joked during an interview that ‘it’s better than the alternative’. People
In addition to maintaining an active and healthy lifestyle, he enjoys spending time with his wife of nearly 70 years Bonnie Bartlett, children and grandchildren.
Birthday Girl: William Daniels, who played the beloved Mr. Feeny on ABC’s Boy Meets World from 1993-2000, revealed on his 94th birthday that his secret to a long life is ‘love and family’
Daniels plans to spend the night at his local California Pizza Kitchen in Los Angeles for his birthday and start filming Cameos with his 57-year-old son Michael.
Ever since joining the US-based platform, which allows users to pay for video shoutouts from their favorite celebrities, he has been ‘amazed’ at all the requests.
Custom messages from him cost $ 150 and his average response time is three days.
Flashback: When asked how he feels about ending up in a different year of life, the two-time Emmy winner joked that it’s ‘better than the alternative’ during an interview with People (pictured in 1993)
Happy couple: In addition to maintaining an active and healthy lifestyle, he finds joy in spending time with his wife of nearly 70 years Bonnie Bartlett, children and grandchildren
He has over 350 five-star reviews, which is not surprising given that he clearly takes his recordings very seriously by including sweet antidotes as well as the quote from his character Mr. Feeny: ‘Believe in yourself. Dream. To attempt. Doing well.’
In many of Daniels’ videos, he talks about his longtime love, who he met at Northwestern University and married in 1951.
Much to the delight of fans, Bartlett was cast in the 1980s as his husband on the medical drama St. Elsewhere.
Ever since joining the US-based platform, which allows users to pay for video shoutouts of their favorite celebrities, he was ‘amazed’ at all the requests
Talked about their marriage to Forbes in December he gushed, ‘I think our relationship is based on mutual respect and I think she’s smarter than me, a better actor than me, and so I’m just holding on, you know, and trying to get along. ‘
“He doesn’t mean that at all,” interrupted Bartlett, after praising that he always makes her laugh and is an excellent father.
Daniels mused, “I’m an actor! I’ll make it up along the way. ‘