Buffy the vampire slayer guest stars
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Watchers Guide, Volume 1 by Christopher GoldenVolume One of The Watchers Guide covers the two series of the fantasy television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Its a great accompaniment that gives you more information about the characters and monsters that feature in the episode, as well as background and in-depth synopsis of each episode.
Its set out in a decent logical order which makes it very easy to dip in and out of. Whilst the photographs are in black and white in general, there is an insert with some promos and behind-the-scenes photographs which adds to the occasion. It also lists the music that featured in the show, which is a fantastic feature because Buffy always had wonderful and often obscure music in it.
For any Buffy who wants to know more its a good place to start and is a good addition to any collection, but since the advent of The Internet its slightly redundant now.
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24 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer' Guest Stars You Totally Forgot About
What sometimes gets forgotten is the number of amazing cameos and guest starring roles that happened during the show's run. A number of big name actors made a stop in Sunnydale over the seven seasons, and some of them are a bit surprising. Clea Duvall played Marcie Ross, a Sunnydale High student who was so ignored by her classmates that she actually turned invisible. Thought to be the work of the hellmouth manipulating reality, she used this new power to attack the popular students and teachers at the school. On her hit list was, of course, one Miss Cordelia Chase, who was the requisite mean girl at Sunnydale High. Buffy managed to defeat her of course, though Marcie did survive the encounter.
I know the show inside out, and back again, and can recall significant scenes, lines, and character's crimes against fashion on demand. But, that isn't to say that the show doesn't still have the capacity to surprise me. In the 20 years since Buffy The Vampire Slayer premiered , it's continued to resonate in different ways throughout my life, and I'm happy to say that I still notice new things about it upon every rewatch. And trust me when I say that one of those things is all of the Buffy guest stars that you totally forgot about. Buffy , after all, consistently featured a terrific cast, making stars of it's unknown lead actors when the show began. But it also utilized the iconic talents of many veteran actors too, hiring them alongside young actors at the very start of their careers.
Carmine Giovinazzo, Season 1, "Welcome to the Hellmouth" Buffy the Vampire Slayer upended conventions from its very first scene, when a leather jacket-wearing bad boy breaks into Sunnydale High School with a timid blonde. John Hawkes, Season 2, "I Only Have Eyes For You" One of the more twisty Buffy episodes, a doomed romance between a male student and a young female teacher in the s is replayed in the present by possessed Sunnydale students and staffers, including John Hawkes as a janitor channeling the young student who shoots a teacher before being tackled by Giles. Later Buffy and Angelus take on the roles of the lovers, but with the gender roles reversed. He guest starred as a fellow member of the swim team, which has been illegally doping with a compound infused with fish DNA that—oops! Pedro Pascal, Season 4, "The Freshman" He would become a fan favorite as the dashing bisexual warrior Oberyn Martell on Game of Thrones , but back in , fledgling actor Pedro Pascal scored a role as a shy freshman at UC Sunnydale who thinks he might have a shot with Buffy. Hello homosexuality metaphor!
Actors that have been credited as guest stars in episodes in either series Buffy the Vampire Slayer or Angel.
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer is celebrating its 20th anniversary Friday, and we're looking back at the moments that made the series memorable. That includes cameos from some now-famous stars. Check out which of your favorite celebrities were lurking in the shadows of Sunnydale during the series' run from to Duvall played a student named Marcie — and Marcie just happened to be invisible. She attempted to mutilate Cordelia's face in order to show the "popular girl" at school what it was really like to feel alone. Buffy stopped her in time and the FBI came to take Marcie away.