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Sarah Michelle Gellar was born in New York, New York on April 14, 1977. Sarah is an only child and considers herself a workaholic. She started to gain a small, but loyal, fanbase when she played the lead role of Sydney Rutledge in the teen soap opera, "Swans Crossing," then won an Daytime Emmy for her role as Kendell Hart on "All My Children". In theatre, she appeared with Matthew Broderick and Eric Stoltz in "The Widow Claire" at the Circle in the Square; her pre-Buffy TV appearances include "Spenser: For Hire", "Love, Sidney", "The David Letterman Show" and "The Regis Philbin Show", plus more than over 100 commercials. Her most recent big screen apperances include Scooby-Doo, Cruel Intentions, I Know What You Did Last Summer and Vanilla Fog. The 5'3" actress also enjoys rollerblading, ice skating, water skiing, Tae Kwon Do and occasionally goes cliff diving. She recently married Scooby-Doo co-star Freddie Prinze, Jr.
Some bio information taken from the The Sarah Michelle Gellar Fan Page
Born in April, 1974, Alyson Hannigan has been acting since the age of five in all different areas of show business. The Washington, D.C. native started acting in commercials for McDonalds and Oreo cookies. At 11, she moved to Los Angeles and soon landed a co-starring gig opposite Dan Aykroyd in the 1988 comedy My Step-Mother is an Alien. That exposure led to a role in the short-lived ABC sitcom "Free Spirit", which spawned appearances on "Picket Fences", "Roseanne" and "Touched By An Angel". Her big screen appearancse include the American Pie movies and Dead Man on Campus. Like her TV alter ego, Alyson enjoys surfing the Internet and even contributes to the official Buffy website. Hannigan is also an avid kick-boxer and a fan of Dr. Seuss books.
Alyson Hannigan Appreciation Society
Some bio information taken from the Alyson Hannigan Altar and the Canadian TV Guide.
Born in Los Angeles on April 12, 1971 (with twin brother Kelly), Nicholas Brendon was a relative newcomer to show business (he started acting after an injury knocked him out of baseball) when he got the gig on Buffy. His first exposure was on a Clearasil commercial, followed by guest appearances on "Married... With Children" and "Dave's World." Nick also starred in a pilot called "Secret Lives." His film debut was as a very un-Xander-like bad guy in Children Of The Corn III; since then, he's been featured in Psycho Beach Party and the upcoming Demon Island. He's also been appeared on stage in his native Los Angeles in three theater productions: "The Further Adventures of Tom Sawyer," "My Own Private Hollywood," and "Out of Gas on Lover's Leap." After an acting dry spell, Nick decided to try his hand behind the camera, and spent some time working as a television production assistant before landing the role of Xander; he reprised that working as production manager during Demon Island.
Some bio information taken from The Babe Known as Xander
Born 8 April 1973, in San Diego, Emma's television debut in a guest-shot on "Burke's Law" got her her first gig -- that of Brandon's girlfriend on "Beverly Hills, 90210" after she caught the eye of Aaron Spelling. She went on to appear in "Weird Science", "Silk Stalkings", "Nash Bridges", "Renegade" and "Saved by the Bell: The New Class" (she enjoyed acting in front of the live studio audience because it reminded her most of stage performance) before landing the role of Anya. Still, she tries to keep a Zen attitude about the whole acting routine. "I still get crazy from time to time; I still obsess from time to time... There just comes a time when you have to let it go." She has a degree in Psychology to fall back on if she gets tired of acting.
Emma Caulfield Online
Some bio information taken from Cinescape Magazine.
James Marsters brings a prestigious theatre background to his role on 'Buffy'. He has trained at The Juilliard School, PCPA, and the American Conservatory Theatre. James has taken on Shakespeare's classics, "Troilus and Cressida," and "Twelfth Night" at Juilliard in New York. He also appeared in "Caucasian Chalk Circle," and Tennesee Williams' "Camino Real." In Chicago, Marsters worked at the Goodman Theatre in "Tempest," and "Red Noses." At Next Theatre, he performed in "The Normal Heart." James has also worked in Seattle in the American Conservatory Theatre's productions of "Handing Down the Names" and "Voices In the Dark." Before landing the role of Spike on 'Buffy,' Marsters guest starred on "Moloney," "Northern Exposure," ('It Happened in Juneau') and "Medicine Ball." He also had leading roles in "Common Ground" and "Smokeless Tobacco." He is also a singer/songwriter, and plays guiter.
The Official James Marsters Page
Born October 11, 1985, Michelle is best known for her starring role in "Harriet the Spy" opposite Rosie O'Donnell, for which she received the Young Artists Award of Hollywood as Best Leading Actress in a feature film. The native New Yorker began her acting career at age four, when she appeared in her first television commercial. Since then she has appeared in over 100 national spots and has gone on to work on various television series. Most recently she starred as Julie in the independent film Can't Be Heaven, and as Inspector Gadget's niece Penny in the 1999 film. Michelle's other film credits include Richie Rich's Christmas Wish and Melissa. Soap fans will remember Michelle from her role as the autistic Lily Montgomery on the ABC daytime drama "All My Children." She was also a series regular on the popular Nickelodeon series "The Adventures of Pete and Pete." Her other small-screen credits include "Guys Like Us," "Figure It Out," "Dave's World," "Law & Order," "Saturday Night Live," "Clarissa Explains It All, " and "Space Cases." Michelle involves herself with numerous charities. For the past two years she has been an active spokesperson for Kmart Kids Race Against Drugs, R.A.D.D., D.A.R.E. America, the Starlight Foundation, and many others. She was one youth representative at President Clinton's launch the Coalition for a Drug-Free America campaign. In her spare time, Michelle enjoys swimming, rollerblading, ice-skating, bicycling, and writing short stories.
Bio information taken from Disney.com's Inspector Gadget page.
Anthony Stewart Head was born Feb. 20 in Camden Town, North London and trained at the London Academy of Dramatic Arts. His first role following graduation was Jesus Christ in the national tour of "Godspell." His additional theater credits include "yonadab" at The Royal National Theatre in England, "Chess," "Lady Windermere's Fan," "The Heiress" and Frank N. Furter in "The Rocky Horror Show" in the West End revival. Most recently, he received critical acclaim for his performance as Rupert Cayell in "Rope." While he has worked on many British television productions, including "Manchild", he's also appeared on the American series "Highlander" (the episode titled 'Nowhere to Run') and in the feature film "Royce," with Jim Belushi. He is probably best known for his appearances in the 'Taster's Choice' commercials, and his role of Oliver on the short-lived sf series "VR.5". ASH and his companion, Sarah, live in England with their two daughters, Emily Rose and Daisy May.
Anthony Stewart Head Shrine
Bio information taken from The "Very Not Pathetic" Giles/Anthony Head Page
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