The actress is best known for her role as Tara (Willow’s girlfriend) on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but is actually multi-talented and has since branched out from acting into writing, producing and directing.
So it felt much more natural…which is why I felt like some of the criticism was unfair because Willow would not be knocking down buildings having sex regardless, right?
”And then Joss [Whedon] took us aside and said, “By the way, you guys are going to be lady friends now,” and we were like “OK,” but it was not expected. AB: I think my favorite movie I did was a film called King of the Hill that Steven Soderbergh directed.
We were not told anything in any way shape or form beforehand, so it kind of came out of left field a little bit. I did it when I was 15 and it was the greatest experience ever.
That was an important thing for people to see, but really I wasn’t thinking about that!
As much as I wanted to make a feminist show, I really missed a lot of what was going to be important abut the show.