“I may be dead, but I’m still pretty.”
One of the most memorable and definitive shows of the late ’90s and early 2000s, Buffy the Vampire Slayer made the supernatural sexy by blending horror and fantasy with the popularity of teen drama in sunny California.
But things weren’t always sunny in Sunnydale, especially when vamps and other demons tried breaking through the gateway of “Hellmouth,” conveniently located underneath the high school library. Together with her “Scooby Gang,” Buffy fulfilled her duties as one of only Slayers left to protect the world against various supernatural threats.
Several stars of the show went on to increased fame while others faded away from the limelight during the 2000s. Thanks to the groundbreaking popularity of Buffy, many actors and actresses from the original show found later success in spinoffs such as Angel. But where are they all now?
Keep reading to see where your favorite angels, demons, werewolves, witches, vamps, and teens are doing today!
They may not be killing vamps, but here’s what they’re up to now!
What person that grew up during this time period didn’t know (and love) Sarah Michelle Gellar? After Buffy ended, Gellar joined the real Scooby Gang as Mystery, Inc.’s very own Daphne Blake in the live-action Scooby-Doo movies. Aside from some TV roles on shows like Ringer and The Crazy Ones, Sarah will be starring (and working as executive producer) on the TV sequel to Cruel Intentions.
In 2002, she married longtime beau Freddie Prinze, Jr., and she is now Sarah Michelle Prinze; the couple have two children together.
After his time on Buffy, actor Nicholas Brendon continued his TV career on shows like Kitchen Confidential and Criminal Minds.