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Marti Noxon is a writer, director, and actor whose work includes Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel episodes. She also acted as story editor, co-producer, supervising producer, co-executive producer, then executive producer of Buffy, as well as consulting producer for the first three seasons of Angel.

Biography

Buffyverse

Noxon joined the Buffy the Vampire Slayer writing staff in the second season, writing 23 episodes and directing two over the course of the series. She was a story editor in the second season (1997–1998), co-producer in the third (1998–1999), supervising producer in the fourth (1999–2000), co-executive producer in the fifth (2000–2001) and executive producer for the sixth and seventh seasons of Buffy (2001–2003). Notably, Noxon was responsible for the casting of Amber Benson as Tara.[1] She also went on writing for one episode of Angel.

Noxon also appeared on the show as the Parking Ticket Woman, singing in the musical episode "Once More, with Feeling", reprising the singing role in "Selfless" along with fellow writer David Fury. She also sang the theme tune for the Cordy! show in the Angel episode "Birthday", where she also appeared in a cameo as Cordelia's friend.

Noxon also provided the DVD commentaries for the episodes "What's My Line? Part One", "What's My Line? Part Two", "Wild at Heart", "Bargaining, Part One", and "Bargaining, Part Two".

Other work

In addition to Buffy and Angel, Noxon has gone on to work as a writer for the television series Point Pleasant (2005–2006), Brothers & Sisters (2006), Grey's Anatomy (2007), Private Practice (2007–2008), Mad Men (2008–2009), Gigantic (2010–2011), Glee (2011–2012), UnREAL (2015–2016), Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce (2014–2018), Dietland (2018), and Sharp Objects (2018). Her writing credits also include the films Just a Little Harmless Sex (1998), I Am Number Four (2011), Fright Night (2011), and To the Bone (2017).

Buffyverse credits

Below is a list of works by Noxon in the Buffyverse:

Writer

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Angel

Director

  • "Into the Woods"
  • "Forever"

Actor

Editor

Producer

External links

References

  1. Joss Whedon, DVD commentaries for "Hush".
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