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‘Buffy’ Stars That Made Surprisingly Successful Career Changes

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15 years ago, Buffy The Vampire Slayer bid farewell with its final episode, “Chosen.” Following that curtain call, several of its stars have continued to be successful in Hollywood. Some, however, decided that being in front of the camera isn’t enough. These stars found success in other career paths.

Amber Benson: A Promising Writing Career

Amber Benson spent three seasons as Willow’s girlfriend, Tara Maclay. While she still gets smaller roles on occasion, she has completely transformed into a writer. Her first taste as a writer came with the 2002 Willow & Tara comic mini-series. She has since written 12 books split between three different series. In 2017, she released the book The End of Magic, which is the third chapter of The Witches of Echo Park saga.

Seth Green: Lending A Voice

Seth Green’s stint as werewolf/rock star, Oz, earned him a Teen Choice Awards nomination for TV – Choice Actor in 2000. In the voice acting world, he has seen fame with Family Guy, Robot Chicken, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Green also co-created Top Cow’s comic book series Freshmen.

Danny Strong: Writing For The Screen

Before his demise in season seven, Jonathan Levinson, who was portrayed by Danny Strong, was mainly there for comic relief. After the show, Strong started a new path as a screenwriter. In 2012, he earned Emmy and Golden Globe wins for his work on Game Change. Other projects he worked on include The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 and Part 2 and Fox’s Empire.

Armin Shimerman: That Video Game Voice Sounds Familiar

In the first four seasons, Armin Shimerman gave Buffy nightmares as Principal Snyder. Shimerman, who is best known as Quark on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, found success with voice acting in video games. Since 2004, he’s been a vital part of the Rachet & Clank, Mass EffectBioshock, and Starcraft franchises.

James Marsters: Audio Slave

James Marsters won fans over as the anithero, Spike. Since 2002, he’s worked on audiobooks for The Dresden Files and The Vampire Empire. Marsters has also been releasing music through his band Ghost of the Robot, who have toured all over Europe. Their last studio album was 2018’s Pair of Bulls, Vol. 1.

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It’s Been A Long Time Since These Artists Released An Album

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Tom Holland Wasn’t Allowed to Touch the Script for ‘Avengers: Endgame’

While Tom Holland is known for playing Spider Man, he's also known for accidentally spoiling things. For Marvel Studios, leaking information is sometimes detrimental to promotion. Fortunately, they managed to stop him from spoiling the biggest movie in the MCU. You Can't Touch This Endgame co-director Joe Russo went to India for the Avengers: Endgame Indian Anthem event. While talking...

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