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That seems simultaneously like a very long time ago, and not very long ago at all, because time is vast and human brains are small and fallible, but it’s safe to say that in TV years, it’s a pretty long goddamned time.The men and women behind the characters we used to spend one night a week with have gone on to other things – some bigger and better, others kind of rubbish – and unless you’re a particularly obsessive superfan, you’ve probably lost track of at least some of them.To mark the tenth anniversary of the last time Angel and co faced off against the forces of darkness, here’s a roundup of where they all are now.(A quick warning, though: even if you’ve come completely to terms with the passage of time and your own mortality, there are a couple of extra-sad updates in this article, so prepare yourselves now…) David Boreanaz, really; it might not feature any supernatural monsters, but it has a similar detective/mystery-of-the-week vibe.Yes, you can.” Had I not spoken up that wouldn’t have happened. There wasn’t a lot I would feel I would need to [suggest]. It was the beginning of my career and I don’t know how much storytelling I had in me at the time, or if I was thinking like that.
I call my agent back and she says, “They’re going to leave. ” I said, “I’m five minutes away”—I was probably 15 more minutes away—and I said, “Tell them to go order a pizza, they’re not leaving until they see me.” I did not go through everything I just went through... I just feel like, before I even walked in the door, I got the part.Do you ever think about how things might have been different had you played Buffy? The graduation episode [in Season 3] because I got to stake my first vampire. She’d always been the damsel in distress and she got to have her moment.I don’t spend a lot of time thinking about what ifs. I’m very grateful to have been part of a historic show that is critically acclaimed, that was revolutionary in so many ways—how we brought storytelling through humor, drama, action and special effects. I asked Joss [for that]: “Three years on a hellmouth you’d think she’d learn how to stake a vampire yet.” And he’s like, “Yeah, good point.“I didn’t know it would last..expectations were low, it wasn’t a lot of money,” Carpenter tells .“We were trying to accomplish a lot, because it was an ambitious show, but there wasn’t a lot of money or resources.”Related: Carrie-Anne Moss on 'Humans' Season 2, 'The Matrix' Reunion with Keanu Reeves and Technophobia But at the end of season three. How it’s affected my life the most is that I’m forever being confused with Cordelia Chase. It’s not a bad thing—it’s adorable.”Speaking to ’s enduring popularity: You originally auditioned for the role of Buffy, right?