Buffy the Vampire Slayer premiered in 1997, and totally changed the TV game. The show instantly became a pop culture phenomenon.
For 7 seasons, Buffy took on the baddest of the bad when it came to supernatural beings, even when she was still in high school. The show catapulted Sarah Michelle Gellar, (now 43), to superstardom and goddess status among fans. She earned a Golden Globe nomination for her performance as Buffy in 2001.
Sarah played the iconic Buffy Summers for the entirety of the show’s 7-season run. She was nominated for a Golden Globe in 2000 for Best Actress in a Television Series — Drama. Post-Buffy, SMG starred as Karen Davis in the 2004 horror hit The Grudge. She also reprised her role as Daphne in the live-action Scooby-Doo sequel.
She also starred alongside Robin Williams in the CBS series The Crazy Ones, which was canceled after one season. She appeared as herself in The Big Bang Theory series finale in 2019.
Her next projects include the shows Masters of the Universe: Revelation and Sometimes I Lie. In addition to acting, Sarah released the cookbook Stirring up Fun with Food in 2017. Sarah and husband Freddie Prinze Jr. welcomed a daughter named Charlotte in 2009 and a son named Rocky in 2012.