"We like to spend time with our boys," Mc Kellar added. "He's wearing his [tonight] because he wants to," she said after the ABC show. Danica Mc Kellar and Val Chmerkovskiy chats with Access’ Shaun Robinson about teaming up for Season 18 of “Dancing with the Stars.” Did they know of each other before the show? Edit Mc Kellar studied a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with honors (summa cum laude) in 1998 at UCLA.She has been an amazing author as well and her books are sold in millions of quantity all over the world.alum Danica Mc Kellar has married her fiance Scott Sveslosky, her rep confirms to Us Weekly. She added: "Points to those who guessed correctly: Ziplining!Since saying "I do" in front of their family and friends, the newlyweds have been enjoying an adventure-filled getaway. " PHOTOS: Celebrity weddings in 2014 The former child star revealed she was engaged to lawyer Sveslosky via Twitter and Facebook on July 16. " she captioned a pic of herself pointing to her gorgeous diamond ring.She was born on January 3, 1975 in La Jolla, San Diego, California, United States to mother Mahalia and father Christopher. Danica Mckellar married her long-term boyfriend Mike Verta on 22 March 2009 but sadly their relationship could not last long and the couple ended their relationship with a divorce in February 2013. After she divorce Mike, she moved on with her life and started dating her current spouse Scott Sveslosky.
Her book was well appreciated and reviewed by Tara C. Edit Danica Mckellar married her long time boyfriend Mike Verta in March 22, 2009 but sadly their relationship could not last long.She is not having any extra marital affair as she has happy family.She has a successful career and has the net worth of 3 million dollars with a handsome amount of salary.That was only about a week after we’d met, and we totally had crushes on each other.But we never kissed off-screen, ever.' She took time out of her acting career to study mathematics at UCLA and found such an affinity with the subject, she went on to write two New York Times best-sellers called Math Doesn't Suck: How to Survive Middle-School Math without Losing Your Mind or Breaking a Nail and Kiss My Math: Showing Pre-Algebra Who's Boss.