Darlene Vogel



Born and raised in Danbury, CT, Darlene Vogel’s talent and wholesome good looks naturally led to a career in modeling and acting.  Following high school and studies at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology, Vogel began appearing in many commercials.  Her resume boasts over 30 national commercials, including her appearance in the original “Milk Does A Body Good” ad campaign.

Prior to her work on “Pacific Blue,” Vogel’s television credits consist of a recurring role on ABC’s “Boy Meets World,” and appearances in such series as “Coach,” “Full House,” “Charles in Charge,” “Northern Exposure,” and “Doctor, Doctor.”


Her feature film debut came in the blockbuster hit “Back to the Future II” with Michael J. Fox.  Other film credits include “Ski School,” and “Ring of Steel.”  Vogel also costarred with Peter Weller in the HBO original movie entitled “Decoy.”