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Spotted by a talent agent at a tender age of 4, Sarah Michelle Gellar has made a name for herself primarily through her successful television roles. Starting with the role of Kendall Hart in the acclaimed soap opera titled ‘All My Children,’ she later appeared in roles with much more substance in series’ such as ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’, ‘Ringer’ and ‘The Crazy Ones.’ She has also appeared in films like ‘Cruel Intentions’ and ‘Harvard Man.’ She has an unapologetic love for food, which she flaunts at many public platforms. Her penchant for entrepreneurship became evident when she started her food start-up ‘Foodstirs.’ Her quotes on food, career, Hollywood, television, life and career have impressed her fans and followers. Here are some of her best quotes taken from her interviews, books, talk shows, and general observations that will further give her fan-base a peek into her happening life.

You keep your creative juices flowing and keep [your] character interesting.

People stereotype pop stars, but Christina [Aguilera] proves them wrong with her unique style and talent.

You’re forced to think about what your goals are and you clarify them because you’re taking this journey with another person and you need to be open with your partner.

In television, women can really run anything. It can be a comedy, it can be a drama, it can be genre, it can be anything. But in films, women are still getting to the top.

My family comes first, and you have to be in charge to be able to protect that. You have to be the one who says no or you don’t have a life, which is what I found out the first time.

I got to see the first step, hear the first word. Most people – and certainly working moms – are not able to do that. I wanted to appreciate the fact that I had worked so hard all my life to be able to have those moments.

There’s a lot more to being with someone than just love.

I don’t understand why James Bond has to be a man all the time. When Pierce Brosnan retires, why not one of us?

I don’t get the whole getting drunk.

Buffys very similar to me to me when I was growing up. A child in an adult world, sort of trapped between the two. Does Buffy go to the prom or does she save the world from demons.

When you’ve played Buffy – who’s such a strong female role model – it’s really hard for another female character to compare to her.

I’m from New York, I make kind of somewhat maybe lewd, at times – maybe some would say dirty – jokes. But in jest.

How many times, in any actor’s life, do you get to be a part of something that has a legacy like [Buffy]? I think that’s only fortunate. I don’t see the negative.

I don’t do a television show for awards. You make it so people will enjoy watching it.

I think you either live a real life or you live a weird celebrity pseudolife. I think I lead a really real life.

If you love someone and you choose to spend the rest of your life with that person, that’s your partner in every way.

I’m always the one who gets killed. And I want it to be really gory. Body parts all over the place. Mangled!

There’s a part of me that will always believe that Angel is Buffy’s true love. That there will be a piece of her heart that will always be with him for the rest of her life.

But there are still only certain film genres where a woman can stand out, be heroic, be the centerpiece.

Being outspoken has always gotten me into trouble. I’m just this little thing and then all of a sudden it comes out.

You’ll never know what you’re capable of, if you don’t try.

I also want the chance to work with some of the best actors in the business, because that’s where you can learn so much by just being on a set and getting a feel for how they approach their role and how they work with you.

Being an actor gives you a chance to play all kinds of roles, very moving and dramatic on one project, silly and girlish on another. That’s the most interesting thing out this business, you get to keep reinventing yourself.

I was very burned out after Buffy. It was exhausting. It took me from essentially 18 on the pilot to being 24 and married when we finished. That show was my life. I was doing movies on the hiatuses and on weekends, but I needed to explore and live that gypsy lifestyle.

I think Buffy was a grown-up. One of the amazing things about the show was that I was able to grow with her. Yes, she started in high school, and then she went to college, and then essentially she was a mother to all the other Slayers, so I always felt like Buffy was a grown-up.

When picking a show, I took into consideration who my fans are. Let’s be honest, Buffy was a mid-season replacement on The WB, based on a failed movie. If it wasn’t for the outpouring of fans and critics supporting us, we would have been canceled after four episodes. Sure, you want to stretch and you want to do different things, but it’s also our job to think about who our fans are and what they want to see. Ultimately, that’s why we do.

I wish, and I wish so much for the film industry right now. I wish so much for originality and I wish so much and I think that we’re caught in this difficult cycle right now because our studios are corporations now. I keep talking about the old 1940s, where one guy with a cigar and a scotch made decisions for a studio and now, because there are all these computer corporations basically, technology companies and there’s so much else that goes into a decision that it’s very difficult to get films that are different, that are off the beaten path, made. It’s much easier to get something unoriginal made than to get something original.

I don’t believe in organized religion and I never have. [on religion]

I have good friends, gay couples, who’ve been together for 18 years. It drives me crazy that in the eyes of the law, their love isn’t acknowledged when I have girlfriends who have married four times by the age of 25. [on gay marriage]

Horror films are where women can shine and have a chance to lead. They always save the day in these films.

To me, the scariest elements of horror films are the things that could really happen. And what is more scary than high school? … What I like about the show is that it reminds you it’s O.K. to be different. What people think isn’t necessarily true. If people walk away with half of that, we’ve done our job. [about Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997)]

Right now I can’t picture posing, but I don’t believe in saying never… There might be a time when I got pregnant and felt really beautiful and wanted to have a nude picture. [on posing nude]

I am militant about drugs. You want to do ’em? You’re out of my life.

It was a great kiss. It even had a saliva trail. [on her kissing scene with Selma Blair in Cruel Intentions (1999)]

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. [about her father]

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WHO IS SARAH?

Sarah Michelle Prinze (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’. Gellar has also hosted Saturday Night Live a total of three times (1998, 1999, and 2002), appearing in a number of comedy sketches. 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 Cruel Intentions, alongside Ryan Phillipe, Reese Witherspoon and Selma Blair, whose kiss with Gellar won the two the “Best Kiss” award at the 2000 MTV Movie Awards. She resides in Los Angeles, California, with her husband, Freddie Prinze Jr. They have been married since 2002, and have two children.

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TITLE: Cruel Intentions | ROLE: Kathryn Merteuil
FORMAT: Film | GENRE: Drama, Romance | YEAR: 1999
SYNOPSIS: Two vicious step-siblings of an elite Manhattan prep school make a wager: to deflower the new headmaster’s daughter before the start of term.

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SOMETIMES I LIE

Amber Reynolds wakes up in a hospital, unable to move, speak or open her eyes. She can hear everyone around her, but they don’t know she can.

 

 

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MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE: REVELATION

Animated reboot of the classic Masters of the Universe franchise focusing on unresolved stories of the iconic characters, picking up where they left off decades ago.

 

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In October 2015, Gellar, along with entrepreneurs Galit Laibow and Greg Fleishman, co-founded Foodstirs, a startup food crafting brand selling via e-commerce and retail easy to make organic baking mixes and kits for families. By the beginning of 2017, the brand’s products were available in about 400 stores; by the end of the year a surge of interest from retailers increased its distribution to 8,000 stores. In 2018, Foodstirs entered into a deal with Starbucks to carry its mug cake mixes across 8,000 of its stores.

Gellar released a cook book titled Stirring up Fun with Food on April 18, 2017. The book was co-authored by Gia Russo, and features numerous food crafting ideas.

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“I have good friends, gay couples, who’ve been together for 18 years. It drives me crazy that in the eyes of the law, their love isn’t acknowledged when I have girlfriends who have married four times by the age of 25.”

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