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Sarah was born in New York City on April 14th, 1977. She was the perfect choice to play the Slayer, Buffy Summers. Prior to the announcement of a Buffy series in the works, Sarah had already studied Tae Kwan Do for four years. She is currently active in multiple fitness trainings, such as kickboxing and street fighting. Sarah has appeared in the movies "High Stakes," "Over the Brooklyn Bridge," and "Funny Farm". Her television credits include "Girl Talk," "A Woman Named Jackie," and "Beverly Hills Family Robinson." Most of us recognize her from the teen soap, "Swans Crossing," as Sydney Rutledge. She won an Emmy award for her role as Kendall Hart on the popular daytime soap "All My Children." Sarah's stage credits include "Jake's Women" in San Diego and "The Widow Claire" in New York City. Now that the first season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer has finished filming, Sarah has recently finished shooting a new film, "I Know What You Did Last Summer." It's scheduled to be released in
theatres this October. (1997)

Although Nicholas Brendon has appeared on several television shows and stage plays, Xander Harris is his first major role. This resident of Hollywood Hills appeared in the movie "Children of the Corn III" and guest starred in the television series "The Young and the Restless,"  "Dave's World," and "Married...With Children." His stage credits include "The Further Adventures of Tom Sawyer,"  "My Own Private Hollywood," and "Out of Gas on Lovers Leap." During his years in LA's Unified High School, Nicholas had to endure a problem with stuttering. His mother, who happened to be an agent, helped him break into the acting field, but he first had to overcome his stutter all by himself. Just before landing the role of Xander, Nicky (as he is known to his castmates) had been working as a television production assistant as well as a waiter at the Kate Mantilini restaurant in Los Angeles. His favorite actor and actress are Jack Lemmon and Rosie O'Donnell.  His choice for favorite actor probably stems from his pick for favorite movie,  "Some Like It Hot."  Nicky claims that a college baseball injury prompted him to start his acting career. Nicky currently shares an apartment with his identical twin brother, Kelly. When asked how he relates to his character on BTVS, Xander Harris, Nicky says, "I relate to his sense of humor. We both see the funny side of things. And I relate to his feelings and emotions, and especially his insecurity.

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