Strong: I had one line in the unaired presentation!
Marsters: I knew that the show had a chance to last for decades.
The actress will soon be crowdfunding a documentary called "A Place Among the Undead," which she calls the "definitive documentary about the vampire phenomenon." Landau has already filmed interviews with "Buffy" creator Joss Whedon, "Interview with a Vampire" writer Anne Rice, "Dracula" star Gary Oldman, "Dark Shadows" director Tim Burton and many more, exploring the metaphors each of them use for vampirism.
Hear more about the project above -- and sign up for updates on how you can help the campaign over at Landau's website for the film.
Years after his death in 2007, the lid had rarely been lifted by anyone, yet the idea of getting rid of it was overwhelming. I felt I had to hold onto it because it had been a gift.” When the 48-year-old called in professional decluttering coach Juliet Landau-Pope, the piano was one of the first things they discussed.
Absorbing the contents of her late father’s house on top of the chaos wrought by three young children had left the family home crowded and Sally feeling defeated.
For those who have fallen in love with Joss Whedon's cult vampire hit, the memory of meeting Sarah Michelle Gellar's Buffy (and Mr. Nobody really thought anything of this thing so putting us into warehouses in Santa Monica didn't seem like that big of a stretch.