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Sarah Michelle Gellar
A.K.A Buffy Summers
A.K.A The Vampire Slayer

Sarah was born April 14th, 1977 in New York City. She began acting when she was just a kid. At the age of three-and-a-half she was spotted by an agent while she was dining at a restuarant with her mother. Within weeks she got a role in a small TV commercial. At six years old, she had her first role in TV: playing Valerie Harper's daughter in the 1983 TV movie, "An Invasion of Privacy". Her parents are divorced when Sarah was seven years old. She attended Lennox school in Manhatten until sixth grade, then she went to Columbia Grammer and Preparatory School until eighth grade. She then went to LaGuardia High School for a couple of months and then went to Professional Children's School. Sarah's mother was always supportive of her dream of being an actress. She calls her mother "the most amazing woman that I've ever met and probably will ever meet in my entire life". In addition to being one of the two regular hostesses of the TV talkshow, "Girl Talk", she has appeared in the films: "Over the Brooklyn Bridge", "Funny Farm", and "High Stakes", as well as a role which gained her a small fanbase called "Swans Crossing." On February 24, 1993 Sarah landed a role on the popular soap "All My Children", where she played Kendall Hart, who was Erica Kane's long-lost daughter who ended up raising hell for her mother. She was nominated for a daytime emmy for her perfomance. Despite her lost, she was nominated again and won for the category "Best Younger Actress." The day after her emmy acceptance, Sarah made it public that she was going to leave the show and pursue fame in film or television. On a recent note, Sarah co-starred alongside Jennifer Love Hewitt in the Kevin Williamson horror film "I Know What You Did Last Summer." Shortly after ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer,’ Sarah flew down to Georgia for the filming of another Kevin Williamson movie – ‘Scream 2.’ Sarah is currently starring alongside Ryan Phillipe, and Reese Witherspoon in the modern retelling of Dangerous Liasons entitled "Cruel Intentions." Sarah also starred in another movie entitled "Simply Irresistable" about a department store executive who tries to resist falling in love with a young woman (Sarah) whom he believes has magical powers after inheriting a restaraunt.

David Boreanaz
A.K.A Angelus
A.K.A Buffy's Angel

Boreanaz is 27 and graduated from Ithaca College in New York and announced he wanted to pursue a career in acting. His father, a weather forecaster in Philadelphia got in the car with him and the two of them spent a week driving to Los Angeles. His sister Beth is a production coordinator for the Rosie O'Donnell Show, and his sister Bo is a costume designer whose work can be seen in ‘Escape from L.A.’ and ‘Barton Fink,’ among others. Prior to ‘Buffy,’ Boreanaz guest starred on ‘Married...With Children’ and ‘Men Don't Lie,’ as well as has appeared in several films, including ‘Best of the Best II’ and ‘Aspen Extreme.’ During his routine dog walk in a Hollywood neighborhood a manager spotted his brooding, intense look and instantly signed his as a client. As with all actors, he's also been seen parking cars at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, handing out towels at a gym, and doing commercials from time to time. "It's definitely the biggest thing I've done so far," says Boreanaz. The character of Angel has become so popular with fans that he'll be getting his own series, titled 'Angel.' Now, it looks like David has proven himself worthy of his own show. In the fall of 1999 he will be starring in the ‘Buffy’ spin-off 'Angel-The Series', written and produced by ‘Buffy’ creator, Joss Whedon. This show will be a lot like ‘Buffy’ except instead of focusing on the trials of teen life it will focus on the trials of adult life. Expect to see David work with other Buffy stars on "Angel," and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." Characters such as "Whisler" and possibly "Spike" and "Drusilla" will also be on the new series. The agency resume lists some of Boreanaz's special skills as dialects (NY, London, German, Italian), basketball, baseball, football, bungee jumping, tennis, skiing, and harmonica. Currently, Boreanaz lives in Los Angeles with his dog, Bertha Blue, and is also in the process of divorcing his wife of two years, Ingrid.