Sarah Michelle Gellar
Determined and accomplished are two words that best describe Golden Globe nominee and Emmy winner Sarah Michelle Gellar. Beginning her career as a child actress, Gellar has remained a leader on the road of success. A veteran of television, theater and the big screen, Gellar’s list of credits are long, which has helped her build and maintain her status in the industry.
Gellar recently stepped into a new role, entrepreneur, launching Foodstirs in October 2015 along with Galit Laibow, and Gia Russo. Foodstirs is a culinary lifestyle brand that offers convenient, delicious and healthier ways to bring families together in the kitchen. From creative cooking kits to premium signature baking mixes Foodstirs inspires creativity and curiosity, while emphasizing the importance of a healthier lifestyle. All ingredients are crafted perfectly for a homemade taste using premium, non-GMO ingredients, free of preservatives, artificial dyes and flavors. Foodstirs mission is to offer real and tasty baking products that provide a convenient and better for you way to unplug, connect, and create memorable experiences together as a family.
Gellar was most recently seen in the CBS comedy The Crazy Ones opposite Robin Williams. Her other television credits include her well known role as ‘Buffy Summers’ in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, CW’s Ringer and ABC’s All My Children.
Gellar’s film credits include Das Films’ Veronika Decides To Die, The Yari Film Group’s Possession, The Air I Breathe, Southland Tales, The Grudge, The Grudge 2, Scooby Doo and Scooby Doo: Monsters Unleashed, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Scream 2, Cruel Intentions, and Harvard Man. In 2009 Gellar starred and served as the executive producer in the HBO TV movie The Wonderful Maladys.
No stranger to the world of voice over, Gellar lent her voice in Liongate’s Happily N’Ever After, Adult Swim’s Robot Chicken, Fox’s The Simpsons and American Dad, and Warner Brothers Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Off screen, Gellar lends her time and support to child and hunger organizations as an advocate and activist. She works closely with No Kid Hungry and Baby Buggy as well as the nonprofit organization CARE. In May 2007, Sarah traveled to Guatemala, Tanzania and Zanzibar, Africa to observe firsthand CARE's work in Girls' Education. "An educated girl becomes an empowered woman who has more control over her life and well-being of her family," says Gellar.
Sarah is also an advocate for breast cancer awareness and participated in Ford's 2003 'Tied to the Cause' campaign benefiting the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Gellar was an honoree at the 2003 Young Survivors Coalition. She has also donated her time and talent to the 'Make-a-Wish Foundation' and has spent time in the Dominican Republic working as a volunteer for 'Habitat for Humanity.' Additionally, she has been involved with 'Project Angel Food' for the fight against hunger, the 'Starbright Foundation,' 'Planned Parenthood,' and the 'Los Angeles Free Clinic.'
A New York native, Gellar resides in Los Angeles.