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EST on the Disney Channel, will focus on the kids, but a slew of old standbys — including Feeney, Shawn (Rider Strong) and Mikus (Lee Norris) — have been confirmed to reprise their roles this season.(MORE: Who Should Return for the , Cory evolved a lot from being more of a precocious pre-teen into a more curmudgeonly member of society, at least in relation to some of the other characters on the show.Was that something your were consciously aware of at the time? I think Cory was just always sort of a grumpy old man, in a loveable way.
"10.) The cast members are a bunch of thieves"I was looking through my closet the other day and I found these really nice black leather shoes and on the bottom it said 'Cory,'" said Ben. Rider took something too: Shawn's leather jacket."I took the leather jacket with me to New York and then it got stolen out of my garage in Brooklyn," he says. "11.) Maitland Ward never auditioned for "Boy Meets World" Maitland met Michael Jacobs when she auditioned for one of his other shows: "Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane." While he didn't think she was right for that show, he cast her on "Boy Meets World" instead.
Ben Savage (Cory Matthews), Rider Strong (Shawn Hunter), Trina Mc Gee (Angela), Maitland Ward (Rachel), Matthew Lawrence (Jack), Betsy Randle (Mama Matthews) and Lily Nicksay (Morgan #1) joined show creator Michael Jacobs at the Austin Television Festival earlier today.
From a Q&A with fans, one-on-one interviews on the opening night red carpet and a press conference with the cast, toofab has put together some surprising facts about the show.1.) Ben Savage's first kiss was on camera Ben and Cory's first kisses were at the same time.
"I did everything I could to make sure we had some of the same people.
To turn around and see people who have known you and supported you for years, it's a great thing." Savage won the part of Cory 20 years ago after meeting with co-creator and executive producer Michael Jacobs. I just remember going to meet with him at his offices at Disney in Burbank," he recalled of the life-changing encounter.