Wrote the play 'Albert Hall,' which was performed by the Lone Star Ensemble at The Complex Theater in Hollywood.
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[on her movie Chance
(2002):] The film was a while in coming. I spent a lot of time in my trailer on "Buffy" because they do so many stunts and CGI effects, so I'd just sit and write. I was tired of playing the love interest roles, but that's all that's written for women usually. "Buffy"'s the exception to that, but those kind of characters are few and far between, so I thought I'd better write ...
According to Buffy the Vampire Slayer
(1997) producer Marti Noxon
, series creator Joss Whedon
originally rejected her for the role of "Tara", feeling she wasn't the proper physical type. But Noxon insisted that she be allowed to read for the part again, and it was at the second audition that Whedon realized she would be perfect for the part.