Cheryl's character is looking for a happy ending after getting engaged to everyone’s favorite “bad boy” on Disney'sGirl Meets World, Shawn Hunter. This New York born actress also devotes her time to writing and starring in her web series Confessions of a…which is getting ready for its fourth season this fall. Also on her fabulous filmography are shows like It'sAlways Sunny in Philadelphia, Parks and Recreation, and Shameless.

Colleen Bement: I understand Girl Meets Worldfans are dying to know what is going to happen between your character of “Katy Hart” and the wedding talk with Shawn Hunter.

Of course no spoilers, but what can you tell your fans about this epic story line?

Cheryl Texiera: Well, now it's out of the bag that Feeny will make an appearance - and I mean how amazing is that! The entire episode kind of unfolds in an unexpected way. Even when I first read the script, I was excited and surprised at each scene and how it all went down. So what I can say is it's a lot of fun and you won't be disappointed. Promise.

Life on the set of 'Girl Meets World'

CB: What’s it like on the set of Girl Meets World?

CT: It's literally a family of people who love working together. And I mean everyone from the cast to the crew, the writers, wardrobe, hair and makeup - it's a slew of people who love what they do and who they do it with.

That's really the best way to describe it.

CB: So your hit web series Confessions of going in to its fourth season. Where do you get the material for this hilarious show?

CT: Aw, thanks! The material comes from life, my friend! The people I have encountered living in Hollywood and being in this business have given me endless material.

My latest season, Confessions of a Bartender practically wrote itself with my years of experience behind a bar. It was something I always wanted to write about and share in a fun way, and I think I've accomplished that with this series. Confessions of a Yogi (in pre-production currently) is a trip to say the least.

Cheryl worked opposite Amy Poehler

CB: What was it like to be on Parks and Recreation?

CT: Ah! I love that you asked. That was a lot of fun. I got to work opposite Amy Poehler, who is just brilliant, and a sweetheart! She would riff during scenes and see how they played. There were definitely a couple takes I had to bite the inside of my cheeks to keep from laughing because what she would throw out would be so unexpected, but completely in character. It was amazing.

CB: Did I read it right that you have a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Fordham University? How were you able to squeeze that in in your successful show biz career?

CT: Lol! You did read that right. I grew up in New York and getting a degree was always incredibly important to me before moving out to LA to pursue this career.

I tried out a few different majors before landing on Psychology - and just immediately fell in love. I've even dabbled in looking into getting my Masters in it. If I can find a way to fit it into my schedule now, that will be next on my agenda.