It’s over fifteen years since the first TV episode of’s “Grrr. must have seemed like a good bet for Gellar, but nobody quite predicted the cluster fiasco that picture would turn out to be. Hannigan has also kept herself intermittently busy by marrying Alexis Denisof (aka Oh Xander. In many ways the heart of the Scoobies, with your Snoopy dance, yellow crayon speech and later, tragic loss of depth perception. Quite a bit of theatre, actually, as well as 13 episodes of 2005 sitcom, cast, has also been a regular on the convention circuit since the show ended, and along with Tony Head, Alyson Hannigan and others (not Sarah Michelle-Gellar, it should be said) provided the voice for his character in the animated since 2007, the irony of which wasn’t lost on those reporting on the actor’s recent arrest.
The blame for that can’t be laid at the feet of Gellar, but her next few limited release and straight-to-DVD roles also did little to strengthen her film career, which even voicing April O’Neil in 2007’s (in which she plays identical twins) was something of a non-starter, getting a 22-episode series order but being cancelled for low ratings towards the end of its run. It would be indecorous to go into the problems of Brendon’s personal life, though it is safe to say though that 2009 TV movie , and there he’s been ever since.
We went to Emerald City Comicon last weekend, and most of the media guests were amazing. He came out dressed up as a stereotypical nerd and mocked his fans.
Trachtenberg: I was a huge fan of the show before I was on it.
Yes, FIFTEEN years since Sarah Michelle Gellar’s body double back-flipped into our hearts with a quick pun before turning the undead minions to dust.
For those who don’t know (and if you don’t you must), Bt VS was the creation of Joss Whedon, the writer/director also responsible for movie.
Brendon, now 40, has fought a very public battle with alcohol and sleeping pill addiction.
This sad state of affairs culminated with his tasering and arrest for battery of a police officer in 2010. Anthony Stewart Head as Rupert Giles: As long as TV and films need silver British villains, Head (58) will be able to find work.