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'''Sarah Michelle Gellar''' (born April 14, 1977 [[New York City]], [[New York]]) is an American actress. She was discovered at the age of 4 while dining in a restaurant, and made her television debut in ''An Invasion of Privacy'' (1983). Aside from portraying [[Buffy Summers]] in ''[[Buffy the Vampire Slayer]]'' she had prominent roles in the television show ''Swans Crossing'' (1992) and the movies ''I Know What You Did Last Summer'' (1997) and ''Scream 2'' (1997). She also starred as Daphne in ''[[Scooby Gang|Scooby]]-Doo'' (2002) with her real life husband, actor [[wikipedia:Freddie Prinze, Jr.|Freddie Prinze, Jr]].
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'''Sarah Michelle Gellar''' (born April 14, 1977) is an American actress perhaps best known for having played the title role of [[Buffy Summers|Buffy Anne Summers]] in the [[w:c:tv|television series]] ''[[Buffy the Vampire Slayer]]''.
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Gellar landed the lead in ''[[Buffy the Vampire Slayer]]'' in 1997. The show was well received by critics and audiences alike, spawned a spinoff series (''[[Angel (TV series)|Angel]]'') and, throughout its seven seasons and a total of 144 episodes, ''Buffy'', and Gellar along with her, became cult icons in the United States and the UK, particularly as archetypes of "empowered" women [http://www.allaboutspike.com/gender.html]. The steadiness and believability of Sarah's performance in the role of Buffy maintained a sense of reality in the series no matter how bizarre the plot developments.
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Template:Article Sarah Michelle Gellar (born April 14, 1977) is an American actress perhaps best known for having played the title role of Buffy Anne Summers in the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Gellar landed the lead in Buffy the Vampire Slayer in 1997. The show was well received by critics and audiences alike, spawned a spinoff series (Angel) and, throughout its seven seasons and a total of 144 episodes, Buffy, and Gellar along with her, became cult icons in the United States and the UK, particularly as archetypes of "empowered" women [1]. The steadiness and believability of Sarah's performance in the role of Buffy maintained a sense of reality in the series no matter how bizarre the plot developments.Wikipedia Sarah Michelle Gellar on Wikipedia

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