Sarah Michelle Gellar, she is one of the most sought after actresses of the day. And no wonder, only 20 years old her credits read like a seasoned veteran.
Born on 14 April 1977, Sarah waited until the age of 4 to begin her career when Sarah played the daughter of Valerie Harper in "An Invasion of Privacy".
At 14 Sarah played the young Jacqueline Bouvier in the Emmy award-winning mini-series, "A Woman Named Jackie".
Sarah Gellar's stage appearances include: "The Widow Claire" with Matthew Broderick and Eric Stoltz. In the Neil Simon hit, "Jake's Women", she was one of the original cast members, playing Molly.
In 1993 she joined the cast of the popular ABC soap opera, "All My Children". For over two years she played Kendall Hart, the manipulating daughter of Erica Kane.
Sarah Michelle Gellar acting gained her Daytime Emmy nominations for 1994 and 1995. In '95 Sarah walked off with the statuette, being named winner in the Younger Leading Actress category.
Leaving "All My Children", Sarah moved to California and was chosen for the lead in the new Warner Brothers TV series, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer". After a slow start, "Buffy" has become a favorite of young and old alike. In a town filled with vampires, Buffy is lucky to have found a friend in "Angel" David Boreanaz. Their relationship has added to the show's appeal.
Fall 1998 was a big one for Sarah Gellar starring in the October hit, "I know What You Did Last Summer". Following in December was another hit, "Scream 2". These two movies each ranked #1 in the box office on the weekends they opened.
Small Solders - Gellar and Christina Ricci are the voices for the Gwendy Dolls. These mutant once-pretty girl dolls were transformed by the Commandos into reinforcements against the Gorgonites. The action figures turn this suburbia USA town of Ohio into an alien battlefield.
- Cruel Intentions
- I Know What You Did Last Summer
- Women Named Jakie
- Scream 2
- Vanilla Fog
Sarah's TV Show's
- Buffy The Vampire Slayer
- Beverly Hills Family Robinson
- All My Children
- Swans Crossing