Maitland Ward Boy Meets World: In recent months, Maitland Ward has shown gratitude to her former Boy Meets World co-stars for their support of her adult film career, with the actress recently opening up and thanking former castmate Will Friedle for showing her love and generosity for her present endeavors.
Ward shared his thoughts with Us Weekly, saying, “I just received a phone call from Will, who was quite lovely.” The man expressed his admiration for me and said he would watch whatever I wanted him to.”
The film Boy Meets Ward featured Ward in the role of Rachel McGuire and Friedle in the role of Eric Matthews. The actress said that she has not gotten “any bad” comments from her long-time pals who are also members of the show’s cast so far. Will and I really bumped into one other at a Comic-Con shortly after my first film was published,” Ward said.
And he said, ‘All right, I’m not interested in seeing anything.’ No matter what you do, I won’t be watching, but I’m delighted that you’re content.'” As for her friendship with Trina McGee, who portrayed Angela Moore on Boy Meets World, the White Chicks actress claimed that she’s been “in touch and pals with her all along.”
Ward portrayed Jessica Forrester on the television show The Bold and the Beautiful, where she featured from 1994 and 1996. At the time, she was 16 years old and a junior in high school when she earned the job, which was her very first acting role.
The actor has been in many television shows, including USA High and the seventh season of ABC’s Home Improvement. He also co-starred alongside Jay Thomas and Mario Lopez in the 1997 television film Killing Mr. Griffin, which was directed by Jay Thomas.
Rachel McGuire, her character on Boy Meets World, was introduced as a key cast member at the start of the sixth season in 1998, marking the show’s debut. This character appeared in the series until it was canceled in 2000.
Following her appearance on Boy Meets World, Ward starred in the indie film Dish Dogs, a romantic comedy in which she co-starred with Brian Dennehy, Matthew Lillard, and Sean Astin. Ward is married to actor Brian Dennehy and they have two children. Shawn and Marlon Wayans co-starred with her in the 2004 comedy picture White Chicks, in which she also featured.
Ward, 44, starred as Rachel McGuire on the Boy Meets World television series from 1998 until its conclusion in 2000. Her character soon gained popularity when she joined the cast during season 6, being the object of both Eric Matthews (Friedle) and Jack Hunter’s (Matthew Lawrence) affections since she shared a residence with both of them when they were all in college.
Ward revealed exclusively to Us Weekly that Friedle, 45, has remained one of her most ardent supporters more than two decades after they first met.