Actress Danielle Fishel, best known for playing Topanga Lawrence on ABC’s ’90s teen sitcom Boy Meets World, is married to the Cinnamon Toast Crunch shrimp guy Jensen Karp, and fans have been freaking out on social media after the word got around.
Fishel, 39, who also reprised her role as Topanga on Disney’s spinoff series, Girl Meets World, wed Karp in 2018 and they share a son, Adler, who is one year old.
Jensen Karp, 41, is the writer, comedian, and podcaster guy who went viral on social media after he took to Twitter on Monday to share in a series of tweets (see tweets below) that he found shrimp tails in his box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal.
He tweeted that he got in touch with the company that makes the cereal brand and that they were investigating his claim.
He also responded to some social media users who claimed that he “faked” the claim.
Fishel is married to Karp: hilarious takes on Twitter
Social media users who first learned that Karp is married to Danielle Fishel, who played Topanga on Boy Meets World, began spreading the word on social media.
“Guys. I just learned that shrimp tail Cinnamon Toast Crunch guy Jensen KARP is married to Topanga from Boy Meets World whose maiden name is FISHEL,” Twitter user Jenna Golden tweeted.
Twitter soon become flooded with hilarious tweets and memes about the couple.
A Twitter user who shared that she learned that Karp is married to Fishel joked that Danielle’s last name has the word “fish” in it while Jensen’s last name is Karp.
Karp sounds like Carp, the name of a type of fish.
Some joked about the actress’s married name: Danielle Fishel-Karp, while others joked that Karp appeared to have a knack for finding things related to tasty marine life, such as “Fishel,” “shrimps,” and “Karp.”
Here are a few of the hilarious takes that play on the words “shrimp,” “Karp,” and “Fishel.”
Fishel is also a director and Karp is a former rapper
Although Fishel is best known for playing Topanga on Boy Meets World (from 2014 until 2017), she also played Jennifer on the ABC sitcom Full House.
She played roles in several films, including Gloria in Longshot and Maria in the comedy film National Lampoon Presents Dorm Daze.
She directed episodes of TV shows such as Girl Meets World, Sydney to the Max, and Raven’s Home, according to IMDb.
Karp is a writer, comedian, podcast host, and art gallery owner.