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Sarah Michelle Gellar,
April 14, 1977,
New York, New York
Height: 5' 3"
Los Angeles, Ca
Freddie Prinze, Jr.
LaGuardia High School for Performing Arts and Professional Children's
School-- graduated with a 4.0 Grade Average.
Maltese terrier named Thor; Akita named Tyson.
Tatoos: Celtic symbol on her left hip, Chinese symbol for integrity on her lower back, a heart with a dagger hanging over it on the inside of her right ankle
Hobby: Collecting rare books
An only child raised
on New York's Upper East Side by a divorced schoolteacher mother,
Sarah Michelle Gellar was a natural-born ham. At three-and-a-half
she was spotted by an agent while dining at a restaurant with her
mother. Within a matter of weeks, she had landed her first sizeable
role, playing Valerie Harper's daughter in the 1983 TV movie An
Invasion of Privacy. Her first commercial, in which she acted
as a pint-sized Burger King shill who chides McDonalds for serving
such skimpy patties, resulted in a now-famous disparagement lawsuit
against her employers dubbed "The Battle of the Burgers."
The year 1993 delivered up Gellar's
first solid, adult role, that of Erica Kane's long-lost, 22-year-old
bad-seed daughter, Kendall Hart, on the daytime drama All My
Children. Her first-rate villainy was rewarded in 1994 with
an Emmy for Outstanding Younger Actress.
In 1996, the bombshell soap vet was
chosen to play the title role of the action-packed splatter series
Buffy the Vampire Slayer. By day, she's a clique-skewering
wit; by night, a scantily clad, high-kicking, stake-wielding, vampire-slaying
Gellar and real-life love, husband Freddie Prinze, Jr., live in
Sarah on TV
won an MTV Movie Award for her on-screen liplock with Cruel Intentions
costar Selma Blair. Gellar wasn't grossed out about the steamy scene.
"I've had to kiss guys I don't want to kiss. At least Selma is a
friend, and I know where she's been."
"Just because you donate sperm does not make you
a father. I don't have a father. I would never give him the credit
or acknowledge him as my father."