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Sarah Michelle Prinze[1][2] (born April 14, 1977), known professionally by her birth name of Sarah Michelle Gellar, is an American film and television actress. She became widely known for her role as Buffy Summers on the WB/UPN television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, for which she won six Teen Choice Awards and the Saturn Award for Best Genre TV Actress and received a Golden Globe Award nomination. She originated the role of Kendall Hart on the ABC daytime soap opera All My Children, winning the 1995 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series.

Her film work includes starring roles in I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997), Cruel Intentions (1999); Scooby-Doo (2002); the American remake of Japanese horror film The Grudge (2004); and The Return (2006). Gellar also played an ex-porn star in Richard Kelly's Southland Tales (2007) and was part of an ensemble cast in The Air I Breathe (2008). Gellar also stars in Veronika Decides to Die (2009).

Early life

Gellar was born in New York City, the only child of Rosellen (née Greenfield), a nursery school teacher, and Arthur Gellar, a garment worker.[3] Both of her parents were Jewish, though Gellar's family had a Christmas tree during the holidays while she was growing up.[4][5] In 1984, her parents divorced and she was brought up by her mother on the Upper East Side. She was estranged from her father from this time until his death from liver cancer on October 9, 2001.


Early career

At the age of four, she was spotted by an agent in a restaurant in Uptown Manhattan. Two weeks later, she auditioned for a part in An Invasion of Privacy, a made-for-television film starring Valerie Harper, Carol Kane and Jeff Daniels. At the audition, Gellar read both her own lines and those of Harper, impressing the directors enough to cast her in the role. She subsequently appeared in a controversial television commercial for Burger King, in which her character criticized McDonald's and claimed to eat only at Burger King. This led to a lawsuit by McDonald's. As a child, Gellar modeled for magazines.[6]

Gellar appeared in TV series such as Spenser: For Hire and Crossbow, and had minor roles in the films Funny Farm (1988) and High Stakes (1989). In 1991, she appeared as a young Jacqueline Bouvier in the TV movie A Woman Named Jackie.

Gellar's first major break came in 1992, when she starred in the serial Swans Crossing and was subsequently cast in the soap opera All My Children, playing Kendall Hart, the long-lost daughter of character Erica Kane (Susan Lucci). In 1995, at the age of eighteen, she won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series for the role.[7] It was on the set of this soap opera that she met Michelle Trachtenberg, who would later join the cast of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Gellar also met co-star Sydney Penny, with whom she remains friends.

Breakthrough (1997–2003)

Gellar left All My Children in 1995. Gellar stated that she was screen tested eleven times (originally auditioning for the role of Cordelia), before she landed the lead in the 1997 TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, playing a teenager burdened with the responsibility of fighting a number of mystical foes, mostly vampires. The show was well received by critics and audiences alike, spawning a spin-off series (Angel), which featured three episodes in which she guest starred. Throughout its seven seasons and a total of 144 episodes, Buffy, and by extension Gellar, became cult icons in the United States, Canada, the UK and Australia, particularly as an archetype of an "empowered" woman.[citation needed] Gellar sang several of the songs during the Buffy the Vampire Slayer musical episode "Once More, with Feeling", which spawned an original cast album.

Gellar has also hosted Saturday Night Live a total of three times (1998, 1999, and 2002), appearing in a number of comedy sketches. In 2000, Gellar guest appeared as Debbie in the HBO series Sex and the City episode "Escape from New York". Gellar has lent her voice to animated TV series, The Simpsons, King of the Hill, and several episodes of Robot Chicken.

Gellar built on her television fame with a motion picture career, and had intermittent commercial success. After roles in the popular thrillers I Know What You Did Last Summer and Scream 2 (both 1997), she starred in the 1999 film Simply Irresistible, a romantic comedy. Cruel Intentions (1999), a modern-day retelling of Les Liaisons dangereuses featured a kiss between Gellar and co-star Selma Blair that won the two the "Best Kiss" award at the 2000 MTV Movie Awards. This film was a modest hit at the box office, grossing over $38 million in the United States and over $75 million worldwide, and earned several awards and nominations. Critic Roger Ebert stated that Gellar and co-star Ryan Phillippe "develop a convincing emotional charge" and that Gellar is "effective as a bright girl who knows exactly how to use her act as a tramp".[8] Gellar’s role showed her versatility as an actress, and many were surprised to see her playing a brunette cocaine addict with an appetite for manipulating and using people. Her performance was praised by a number of critics, including Rob Blackwelder for SPLICEDwire, who wrote about the “dazzling performance by Sarah Michelle Gellar who plunges headlong into the lascivious malevolence that makes Kathryn so delightfully wicked. (Plus she looks great in a corset.)”.[9]

Gellar next played a lead role in James Toback's critically unsuccessful independent Harvard Man (2001), where she played the daughter of a mobster. The movie included two sex scenes with Gellar, helping her shed her good girl image even more after 1999's Cruel Intentions.[10]

During her growing film career Gellar continued work on the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer; however, she decided to leave the show after the seventh season. When asked why, she explained, "This isn't about leaving for a career in movies, or in theater – it's more of a personal decision. I need a rest."[11] Shortly after the show's end, Gellar stated that she had no interest in appearing in a Buffy feature film, but that she will consider it if the script is good enough.[12] She did not appear in the final season of Angel, causing the intended episode ("You're Welcome") to be rewritten for the character of Cordelia Chase.[13] Gellar has said that she was willing to appear in the episode, but scheduling conflicts and family problems prevented it.[14] Another actress voiced Buffy for an animated series based on the show, which never aired, and the various Buffy video games.

In her feature in Esquire magazine Gellar expressed her pride for her work on Buffy, "I truly believe that it is one of the greatest shows of all time and it will go down in history as that. And I don’t feel that that is a cocky statement. We changed the way that people looked at television."[15] Gellar's likeness is used in the comic continuation of the series.

Later career (2004–present)

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Gellar in Dubai in December 2004.

After the end of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Gellar's next film was the 2004 horror film The Grudge, which was a success at the box office. David Wirtschafter, the president of the William Morris Agency (which represented Gellar), subsequently told The New Yorker that the success of The Grudge "takes our client Sarah Michelle Gellar, who now is nothing at all, and...makes her a star, potentially. Suddenly, the Sarah Michelle Gellar space is meaningful". The remark led Gellar to terminate her association with the agency; Gellar is now represented by the Creative Artists Agency.

Gellar appeared in the sequel The Grudge 2, which opened in October 2006; in the film, she has a minor role reprising her character from the first film. Gellar next appeared in the thriller The Return, which was released the following month. Sarah played a businesswoman haunted by memories of her childhood and the mysterious death of a young woman. The movie was marketed as a horror movie and many including critics were surprised to find The Return was, as Rafe Telsch said, "just a murder mystery with a few supernatural elements". The movie pulled in a disappointing $4,800,000 weekend gross with little promotion.[16]

Gellar then lent her voice to two animated films: the animated fairy tale Happily N'Ever After, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. She followed those with a string of films including Southland Tales, The Air I Breathe, Suburban Girl (earlier known as "A Girl's Guide to Hunting and Fishing"), and Possession (a supernatural thriller based on the South Korean film Jungdok known to English language audiences as Addicted).[17] Southland Tales opened at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2006 and was released in the U.S. in November 2007.[18]

Suburban Girl and The Air I Breathe were screened at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival. Suburban Girl eventually went straight to video in early 2008, much to fans' disappointment. It was described as "a blend of Sex and the City and The Devil Wears Prada" and a "pseudo-sophisticated romantic comedy" according to[19] Her on screen chemistry with Alec Baldwin was either criticized or praised, with Eye For Film commenting, "The film works best when Baldwin and Gellar are together – aside from the fact that Gellar seriously needs to eat a bun or two".[20] Film website stated "Gellar and Baldwin both give wonderful performances and make their chemistry incredibly real and ultimately, quite heartbreaking. Containing a ton of laughs and killer fashion that could give "The Devil Wears Prada" a run for its money, this movie has something uncommon in most romantic comedies, tons of style and a huge heart."[21]

The Air I Breathe was released theatrically the same month to generally poor reviews. The New York Times called it a "gangster movie with delusions of grandeur."[22] However, Gellar's performance was praised by a number of critics, DVD Talk Review noted that "her character here has the deepest emotional arc, and she hits all the right notes."[23]

Gellar was offered a role in Stardust but turned it down to spend more time with her husband.[24] Other roles she turned down include an undisclosed role in The Faculty. She was also offered the role of Brittany Foster in The In Crowd, but turned it down. The part later went to Susan Ward.

On June 25, 2008, it was announced she is no longer attached to the film version of the video game American McGee's Alice.[25][26]

It was reported on September 25, 2008 that Gellar would return to television in the HBO series The Wonderful Maladys.[27][28] The show is about three dysfunctional adult siblings living in New York and struggling to deal with the loss of their parents years ago.[29] Creator Charles Randolph told Variety that he wrote the part with Gellar in mind,[29] and described Gellar's character as having "a kind of zealous immaturity – like a drug addict with a to-do list."[29] Gellar and Randolph would serve as executive producers.[30] HBO shot the pilot in May 2009.[31] According to an interview with Adam Scott the show was not picked up.[32]

The film Possession, starring Gellar, has had a range of release dates – starting with February 2008. The film was finally set to be released in theatres in January 2009, but due to financial problems at YARI Film Group,[33] the release was yet again pushed forward. In March 2009 it was announced that the film would skip theatrical release altogether, and go straight to DVD/Blu-Ray. It was set to be released on May 12, 2009.[34][35] However, the movie was not released on DVD/Blu-Ray as scheduled. Possession was released straight to DVD in March 2010.

Gellar also stars in Veronika Decides to Die (2009).[36] The film tells the story of a young woman suffering from severe depression who rediscovers the joy in life when she finds out that she only has days to live following a suicide attempt. Filming of the movie began on May 12, 2008, in New York City[37] and finished in late June.[38] It was reported that Kate Bosworth was previously attached to the project.[39] The film was released in Brazil on August 21, 2009.[40]

Box office status

As of September 2008, Gellar's films have grossed $627.3 million.[41] Gellar's most successful starring role is in The Grudge, which opened with $39.1 million opening weekend and grossed over $110 million in the U.S. alone.

In the media

Gellar has appeared on the covers of Cosmopolitan, Glamour, FHM, Rolling Stone, and other magazines. She was featured in the annual Maxim "Hot 100" list in 2002, 2003, 2005 and 2008 and in FHM's "100 Sexiest Women" of 2005. She was voted number 1 in the magazine's 1999 edition. In 1998, she was named one of People's "50 Most Beautiful People (in the World)". Gellar has appeared in "Got Milk?" ads as well as in the Stone Temple Pilots music video "Sour Girl" and Marcy Playground music video "Comin' Up From Behind". In 2007, she was ranked #54 on FHM Hot 100 List and was a celebrity spokesperson for Maybelline. Wearing a black lace brassiere, she was on the cover of the December 2007 issue of Maxim magazine and was named Maxim magazine's 2008 Woman of the Year. In 2008 she ranked in the top 5 of the Maxim "Hot 100" list.[42]

She was also featured in Google's Top 10 Women Searches of 2002 and 2003, coming in at #8, and featured in UK Channel 4's 100 Greatest Sex Symbols in 2007, ranked at #16. Roles like Buffy and Cruel Intentions made her a sex symbol across the globe. Gellar featured in FHM's German, Dutch, South African, Danish and Romanian editions 100 Sexiest Women lists every year from 1998 onwards.[43] listed her as the 8th Sexiest woman of the 90s along with Alicia Silverstone, Gillian Anderson and Shannen Doherty.[44] Other appearances and listings include: Entertainment Weekly's Top 100 TV Icons in 2007, Entertainment Weekly's Top 12 Entertainers of the Year in 1998 (ranked #3) and Glamour's 50 Best Dressed Women in the World 2004 and 2005 (ranked at #17 and #24).[43]

In 2007, Gellar was featured in Vaseline's "Skin Is Amazing" campaign, with other actors such as Hilary Duff, Amanda Bynes, and John Leguizamo. Gellar graced the cover of Gotham and featured as their main story in the March 2008 issue, in which she spoke about how passing 30 has evolved her style. Gellar said "It sounds clichéd, but when women turn 30, they find themselves. You become more comfortable in your own skin. Last night on Letterman, I wore this skintight Herve Leger dress. Two years ago, three years ago? I would never have worn it."

Personal life

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Gellar and husband Freddie Prinze, Jr. at the Tribeca Film Festival

Gellar met her future husband Freddie Prinze, Jr., during filming of the 1997 teen horror film I Know What You Did Last Summer[45] but the two did not begin dating until 2000. They were engaged in April 2001 and married in Mexico on September 1, 2002 in a ceremony officiated by Adam Shankman, a film director and choreographer with whom Gellar had worked on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Gellar's bridesmaid was her closest friend of many years, Lindsay Sloane. In 2007, Gellar legally changed her name to Sarah Michelle Prinze in honor of the couple's fifth year of marriage.[1][2] In 2004, while filming The Grudge in Japan, Gellar visited the famous Japanese swordsmith Shoji Yoshihara (Kuniie III) and bought a katana from him as a birthday present for her husband.[46] Gellar learned that she needed clearance from the Japanese government to remove the sword from the country and, after eventually succeeding, stated that it was "incredibly difficult" to do.[47]

Gellar has reflected on her choices as an actress; she frequently mentions how "proud" she is of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. She has also been her own critic, talking about movie roles she has taken, saying, "Simply Irresistible was just a bad choice — and for that, it was a great learning experience. I wasn't ready to make that movie. I was too young. The script was not ready. I knew in my heart before I left to make it that I should back out."[11]

During her 2006 interview with Marie Claire, Gellar spoke about her thoughts on the movie industry for women. She spoke about her views on the roles of women in movies saying, "You realize it's a very tough market for women. For me it's about getting roles where women get to do something active, not the girlfriend, not the wife. There are mainly two types of roles for us, women in-jeopardy films and romantic movies."[48] Gellar has been praised by fans and critics alike for being a strong role model for young girls and women. Gellar went on to speak about how the business has changed and about magazine-cover attention-seeking Hollywood-starlets. Gellar said (when the interviewer said she was shocked at how many actresses seem to 'need' to be on the cover of a magazine like Us Weekly), "Can I interrupt you? Do you think those actresses strive to be on those covers? Because I don't, I think it's people striving to get that celebrity position, but I think you'll find that most 'actors' don't want that. Because when you know too much about them, it takes away the illusion that a film creates."[48]

Gellar is an active advocate for various charities, including breast cancer research, Project Angel Food, Habitat for Humanity and CARE, a leading humanitarian organization fighting global poverty, all of which she says you get to "physically do something". She says, "I started because my mother taught me a long time ago that even when you have nothing, there's ways to give back. And what you get in return for that is tenfold. But it was always hard because I couldn't do a lot. I couldn't do much more than just donate money when I was on the show because there wasn't time. And now that I have the time, it's amazing."[49]

Gellar has said in interviews that she believes in God, but does not belong to an organized religion.[4] Gellar has said in interviews that she collects rare editions of classic children's literature.[50] Gellar has four tattoos. She has a symbol for integrity on her lower back; a heart, a dagger and a cherry blossom on her ankle and two dragonflies on her back.[51] Gellar has revealed that she suffers from a phobia of being buried alive. She has said "I really fear graveyards and I have a big phobia of being buried alive. It was really hard being an ass-kicking vampire slayer when you are afraid of graves."[52]

Gellar and Prinze have a daughter, Charlotte Prinze, born in September 2009.[53]

Gellar is a taekwondo black belt.[54][55][56]


Year Title Role Notes
1984 Over the Brooklyn Bridge Phil's daughter Uncredited
1988 Funny Farm Elizabeth's student Uncredited
1989 High Stakes Karen Rose Credited as "Sarah Gellar"
1992 Swans Crossing Sydney Orion Rutledge 63 episodes
Nominated–Young Artist Award for Best Young Actress in a New Television Series
Nominated–Young Artist Award for Best Young Actress in an Off-Primetime Series
1993 All My Children Kendall Hart 1993–1995 (25 episodes)
Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series (1995)
Nominated–Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series (1994)
Nominated–Young Artist Award for Best Performance by a Youth Actress in a Daytime Series (1994, 1995)
1997 I Know What You Did Last Summer Helen Shivers Blockbuster Entertainment Awards for Favorite Supporting Actress – Horror
Nominated–MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance
1997 Scream 2 Casey "Cici" Cooper
1997 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Buffy Summers 1997–2003 (145 episodes)
Saturn Award for Best Actress on Television (1999)
Teen Choice Awards for Television – Choice Actress (1999, 2000, 2002, 2003)
Nominated–Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series - Drama
Nominated–Satellite Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama (2003)
Nominated–Saturn Award for Best Actress on Television (1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004)
Nominated–Teen Choice Awards for Television – Choice Actress (2001)
Nominated–Television Critics Association Awards for Individual Achievement in Drama (2001)
Nominated–Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Drama or Comedy Series – Leading Young Actress
Nominated–Television Critics Association for Individual Achievement in Drama
1998 Small Soldiers Gwendy Doll Voice
1998 Saturday Night Live Host 1998, 1999, 2000 (3 episodes)[57][58][59]
1998 King of the Hill Marie Episode: "And They Call It Bobby Love"
1999 She's All That Girl in cafetería Special thanks
1999 Simply Irresistible Amanda Shelton
1999 Cruel Intentions Kathryn Merteuil MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss (shared with Selma Blair)
MTV Movie Award for Best Performance - Female
Nominated–MTV Movie Award for Best Villain
1999 Angel Buffy Summers 1999–2000
Episodes: "Bachelor Party" (uncredited), "I Will Remember You", "Sanctuary"
2000 Sex and the City Debbie Episode: "Escape from New York"
2001 Harvard Man Cindy Bandolini
2001 Grosse Pointe Herself Episode: "Passion Fish"
2002 Scooby-Doo Daphne Blake Teen Choice Awards for Film – Choice Actress, Comedy
Nominated–Teen Choice Awards for Film – Choice Chemistry (shared with Freddie Prinze, Jr.)
2004 Simpsons, TheThe Simpsons Gina Vendetti Episode: "The Wandering Juvie"
2004 Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed Daphne Blake
2004 Grudge 1, TheThe Grudge Karen Davis Nominated–MTV Movie Award for Best Frightened Performance
Nominated–Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress: Action Adventure/Thriller
2005 Robot Chicken Various voices 2005–present (9 episodes)
2006 Southland Tales Krysta Now limited release
2006 Grudge 2, TheThe Grudge 2 Karen Davis
2006 Return, TheThe Return Joanna Mills
2006 Happily N'Ever After Ella Voice
2007 TMNT April O'Neil Voice
2007 Suburban Girl Brett Eisenberg straight-to-video
2008 Air I Breathe, TheThe Air I Breathe Sorrow limited release
2009 Possession Jessica straight-to-video
2009 Veronika Decides to Die Veronika limited release
2009 Wonderful Maladys, TheThe Wonderful Maladys[60] Alice Malady Unsold HBO Pilot
2010 American Dad Avatar Stan Voice[61]


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