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James Marsters Filmography and Fact Sheet

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  1. Jenny

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    James Marsters

    Date of birth: 20 August 1962
    Location: Greenville, California, USA
    Middle Name: Wesley
    Height: 5'11" (1.80m)

    Mini biography

    James graduated from Davis High School and attended Julliard, the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts, and the American Conservatory Theatre.

    After spending ten years doing stage work he finally moved to L.A. to pursue a career in film and television. After appearing in several guest roles he finally got his big break as Spike in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1997).

    Originally the character was suppose to be killed after a few episodes but Spike became so popular that he became a regular on the show.

    After BTVS ended he appeared as Spike in the spin-off Angel, andin several movies. James is also a talented musican; his band Ghost Of The Robot released their first album, Mad Brilliant.

    Actor - filmography
    (2000s) (1990s)


    "Angel" (1999/I) TV Series .... Spike/William the Bloody (2003-2004)
    Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds (2003) (VG) (voice) .... Spike
    Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2002) (VG) (voice) .... Spike
    Chance (2002) .... Simon
    "Enforcers, The" (2001) (mini) TV Series .... Sullivan 'Sully' McManus
    Winding Roads (2000) .... Billy Johnson
    House on Haunted Hill (1999) .... Channel 3 Cameraman
    "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1997) TV Series .... Spike/William the Bloody (1997-1998, 1999-2003)

    Himself - filmography

    A&E Biography: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2003) (TV) .... Himself

    Notable TV Guest Appearances

    "Rove Live" (2000) playing "Himself" (episode # 5.22) 6 July 2004
    "On-Air with Ryan Seacrest" (2003) playing "Himself" 27 April 2004
    "On-Air with Ryan Seacrest" (2003) playing "Himself" 2 April 2004
    "Spider-Man" (2003) playing "Sergei" (voice) in episode: "Mind Games: Part 1" (episode # 1.12) 15 August 2003
    "Spider-Man" (2003) playing "Sergei" (voice) in episode: "Tight Squeeze" (episode # 1.5) 25 July 2003
    "Andromeda" (2000) playing "Charlemagne Bolivar" in episode: "Into the Labyrinth" (episode # 2.9) 26 November 2001
    "Strange Frequency" (2001) playing "Mitch Brand" in episode: "Soul Man" (episode # 1.1) 18 August 2001
    "Angel" (1999/I) playing "Spike" in episode: "Darla" (episode # 2.7) 14 November 2000
    "Angel" (1999/I) playing "Spike" in episode: "In the Dark" (episode # 1.3) 19 October 1999
    "Millennium" (1996) playing "Eric Swan" in episode: "Collateral Damage" (episode # 3.11) 22 January 1999
    "Moloney" (1996) playing "Billy O'Hara" in episode: "Herniated Nick" (episode # 1.14) 6 February 1997
    "Medicine Ball" (1995) playing "Mickey Collins" in episode: "Heart and Sole" (episode # 1.8) 1994
    "Northern Exposure" (1990) playing "Reverend Harding" in episode: "Grosse Pointe 48230" (episode # 4.14) 1 February 1993
    "Northern Exposure" (1990) playing "Bellhop" in episode: "It Happened in Juneau" (episode # 3.21) 4 May 1992

    Trivia

    Gained the scar on his left eyebrow when he was mugged whilst living in Queens

    Is left-handed.

    Won the Sexiest Male Vampire Award at the Nocturnal 2K Convention in London, England. [July 2000]

    Graduated from Davis High School in Modesto, California.

    Studied at Juilliard, the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts, and the American Conservatory Theatre.

    While doing regional theatre in Chicago, he co-founded the New Mercury Theatre company (named after Orson Welles' "Mercury Theatre"). In 1990, New Mercury's founders packed the operation up and relocated to Seattle in the hopes of finding more opportunity; they played there for a number of years, using any available space, including the basements of restaurants and churches, but eventually found themselves a more permanent space near Pioneer Square.

    Is instantly recognisable chiefly for his platinum blonde bleached hair. He has to bleach his hair regularly to play 'Spike' on Buffy The Vampire Slayer. He recommends adding four to seven packets of Sweet 'n' Low to the bleaching solution, to take the sting out.

    Has a HUGE cult following in the Sci-Fi/fantasy community. There are (literally) hundreds of websites dedicated to him and his immensely popular vampire character 'Spike' on the internet.

    He lived at one point (possibly still living there) in a house right on the beach. He once said during an interview that the worst part of living there was that because of his role on 'Buffy: The Vampire Slayer', he couldn't go out on the beach for any length of time because he'd pick up a tan.

    Fronts a band called Ghost of the Robot. The band's first album, 'Mad Brilliant, was released in February 2003.

    His appearance at the 2002 Shore Leave sci-fi convention was so popular that a great number of fans had to watch his Q&A sessions from specially set up monitors outside the conference hall. Despite the almost Beatlemania-like overcrowding at the event, he stayed on for over 2 hours after he was scheduled to leave to ensure every single fan who'd waited in line got an autograph.

    Spent the first ten years of his professional acting career in the theater, (at various times in New York, Chicago and Seattle.)

    One of his first major theater roles was a Chicago production of 'The Tempest' in which he was strapped near-naked to a large wooden wheel for his entrance. (He claims that he has never been self-conscious about appearing nude since.)

    Has long harboured a desire to direct a film adaptation of 'Macbeth'. He frequently cites the Shakespearean tragedy as his favorite play.

    Has produced over 70 plays.

    His favorite Buffy episode is "Once More with Feeling".

    Originally his Spike Character from Buffy The Vampire Slayer was suppose to be killed during his first Season on Buffy, But due to his very high popularity fan base for the show, they kept on the show instead.

    Has one son, Sullivan (born in 1996), with ex-wife Liane Davidson.

    Has two siblings. One older sister (Susan, born 1960) and one younger brother (Paul, born 1964).

    The Royal Shakespeare Company of Stratford, England, held a 2004 poll asking movie viewers to vote for the actor and actress they would most like to see in the roles of Romeo and Juliet. The winners were Marsters and Keira Knightley. More than 2,000 people voted for more than 150 different actors for both roles. Marsters, a Shakespearean actor, triumphed over Orlando Bloom, Ewan McGregor, Jude Law, and Johnny Depp. Speaking from his Californian home, Marsters said, "I'm flattered and excited that people would think of me for the role of Romeo. I think the themes of violence and social disintegration are as important today as they were in Shakespeare's day." (April 23, 2004)

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    Lots of good info there; thanks for sharing it. :)

    Some of it does need to be updated in the Trivia section (ie. about the band and his "platinum blonde hair" especially).
     
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  3. Jenny

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    LOL true enough..maybe I'll add a section called "retro-trivia" or something like that... :D
     
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    Other random ones I found.

    Had a cat called Zachary which passed away in 2000.

    James played Eeyore (from Winnie the Pooh) when he was in the fourth grade.

    James Marsters actually broke the wheelchair he used in season two. He kicked the wheelchair and broke it. Joss wouldn't replace it, so James had to use the broken wheelchair from then on.

    Won best looking person 2001, beating Bon Jovi.

    His dad is a minister and his mum almost became a nun. (Wonder what they think of Spike and Angels nun-a-killin')



    Cant be bothered to find more.
     
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    Yeesh I should hope so!

    Those were all really interesting thanks!!! Where did you find them?
     
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    Not being able to give rep more than once is getting on my nerves lol:p...well,the 'thanks' will do:p.

    Oh,didn't know that:p. Thank you so much for posting hon:: tu :: *Hugs*
     
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    Googled it, from random sites.
     
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    Professional Timeline > Theatre
    (age nine) Eeyore, Winnie the Pooh by Kristen Sergel; based on the writings of A. A. Milne
    grammar school, Modesto (theatre)

    (sixth grade) unknown, The Roar of the Greasepaint, the Smell of the Crowd by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley
    grammar school, Modesto (theatre)

    (sixth grade) unknown, The Me That Nobody Knows music by Gary William Friedman; lyrics by Will Holt, Herb Schapiro and inner city children
    grammar school, Modesto (theatre)

    (high school) Maitland, The Chalk Garden by Enid Bagnold
    Grace M. Davis High School* , Modesto (theatre)

    (high school) Hugo Peabody, Bye Bye Birdie by Charles Strouse, Lee Adams and Michael Stewart
    Community theater, Modesto (theatre)

    summer 1980 Jesus, Godspell by Stephen Schwartz and John-Michael Tebelak
    Ball State University* , Indiana (theatre)

    Winter/Spring 1980-1981 one of the Rhinoceroses, Merchants, and Townspeople, Rhinoceros by Eugene Ionesco
    The Pacific Conservatory of Performing Arts* , Santa Maria (theatre)

    Winter/Spring 1980-1981 a member of the chorus, Michelangelo by Yanci Bukovec and Robert Benedetti
    The Pacific Conservatory of Performing Arts* , Santa Maria (theatre)

    Winter/Spring 1980-1981 The Dreamer, Camino Real by Tennessee Williams
    The Pacific Conservatory of Performing Arts* , Santa Maria (theatre)

    Winter/Spring 1981-1982 one of the young men, Lark Rise by Keith Dewhurst
    The Pacific Conservatory of Performing Arts* , Santa Maria (theatre)

    Spring 1982 a member of the chorus of sailors and impressed men, Billy Budd opera by Benjamin Britten; based on the novel by Herman Melville
    The Pacific Conservatory of Performing Arts* , Santa Maria (theatre)

    27 - 28 Oct 1982 Thersites, Troilus and Cressida by William Shakespeare
    The Julliard School* , New York (theatre)

    27 - 28 Oct 1982 Diomedes, Troilus and Cressida by William Shakespeare
    The Julliard School* , New York (theatre)

    15 - 16 Feb 1983 Richard, When You Comin Back, Red Ryder? by Mark Medoff
    The Julliard School* , New York (theatre)

    12 - 13 May 1983 Yussup, The Caucasian Chalk Circle by Bertolt Brecht
    The Julliard School* , New York (theatre)

    08 - 09 Nov 1983 Lord Byron, Camino Real by Tennesee Williams
    The Julliard School* , New York (theatre)

    18 - 19 Jan 1984 Sir Toby Belch, Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare
    The Julliard School* , New York (theatre)

    14 - 15 Mar 1984 Wiesskopf, Once in a Lifetime by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
    The Julliard School* , New York (theatre)

    14 - 15 Mar 1984 Bishop, Once in a Lifetime by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
    The Julliard School* , New York (theatre)

    16 - 17 May 1984 Medvedev, The Lower Depths by Maxim Gorky
    The Julliard School* , New York (theatre)

    25 Feb - 21 Mar 1987 unknown, The Normal Heart by Larry Kramer
    The Next Theatre* , Chicago (theatre)
    Note: unconfirmed
    More:
    'The Normal Heart' Rages at Pain, Fear, and Inaction in AIDS crisis
    'Normal Heart' Even Stronger

    27 Apr - 28 May 1987 Ferdinand, The Tempest by William Shakespeare
    The Goodman Theatre* , Chicago (theatre)
    More:
    'Tempest' Spins off Flashes of Brilliance, but When Dust Clears it's Dissapointing

    05 - 31 Oct 1987 unknown, Red Noses by Peter Barnes
    The Goodman Theatre* , Chicago (theatre)
    Note: unconfirmed
    More:
    Laughter is the Medicine in 'Red Roses'

    16 Dec 1987 - 17 Jan 1988 Pedrille, The Marriage of Figaro by Beaumarchais; adapted by Richard Nelson
    Northlight Theatre* , Chicago (theatre)
    More:
    Success and Northlight Theatre's Productions of 'Figaro' are Centuries Apart

    17 Feb - 13 Mar 1988 unnamed role, The White Plague by Karel Kapek; translated by Michael Henry Helm
    Northlight Theatre* , Chicago (theatre)
    More:
    Northlight Offers a Parable for '80s with '37 Czech Play 'White Plague'

    16 Sep - 16 Oct 1988 Todd Kemp, Mortal Risk by Ron Mark
    Chicago Cooperative Stage, Chicago (theatre)
    More:
    Grisly 'Mortal Risk' Needs a Bit of Fine Tuning

    19 Mar - 23 Apr 1989 Eric Faber, Making Noise Quietly: Being Friends by Robert Holman
    Bailiwick Repertory Theatre* , Chicago (theatre)
    More:
    'Making Noise Quietly' Comes Across Loud and Clear on Occasion

    19 Mar - 23 Apr 1989 Geoffrey Church, Making Noise Quietly:Lost by Robert Holman
    Bailiwick Repertory Theatre* , Chicago (theatre)
    More:
    'Making Noise Quietly' Comes Across Loud and Clear on Occasion

    18 Jun - 30 Jul 1989 Robespierre, Incorruptible: The Life, Death and Dreams of Maximilian de Robespierre, or The Two Contrary States of the Human Soul by Christopher Cartmill
    Bailiwick Repertory Theatre* , Chicago (theatre)
    More:
    Recalling Robespierre: Play Won't Start the Revolution Without Him

    07 - 16 Jul 1989 director, Something Unspoken
    Genesis Theatre Company, Chicago (theatre)
    Note: The first production of James' own theatre company.
    Combines Lanford Wilson's ''Home Free'' and Leonard Melfi's ''Birdbath

    27 Oct - 26 Nov 1989 Tegeus, A Phoenix Too Frequent by Christopher Fry
    Genesis Theatre Company, Chicago (theatre)

    11 Feb - 01 Apr 1990 Segismundo, Life Is A Dream by Pedro Calderón de la Barca
    Bailiwick Repertory Theatre* , Chicago (theatre)

    01 - 23 Feb 1991 director, A Phoenix Too Frequent by Christopher Fry
    New Mercury Theater, Seattle (theatre)
    Note: This was the first production of James' second theater company.
    More:
    Chicago 'Phoenix' Rises in Seattle

    05 - 28 Jul 1991 co-producer, Teechers by John Godber
    New Mercury Theater, Seattle (theatre)

    Jul - 17 Aug 1991 Bentley Summerhays, Misalliance by G. B. Shaw
    Intiman Theatre* , Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    'Sleep Tight' Duo Dreams Up A Night of The Unexpected
    Intiman Brings Vitality to Shaw's Talky "Misalliance"

    22 Nov - 14 Dec 1991 co-producer, Visitors by Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaiken
    New Mercury Theater, Seattle (theatre)

    ? Jan - 27 Jan 1992 director, Teechers by John Godber
    New Mercury Theater, Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    Venturesome Debut for Fringe Festival

    ? Jan - 27 Jan 1992 multiple roles, Teechers by John Godber
    New Mercury Theater, Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    Venturesome Debut for Fringe Festival

    20 May - 13 Jun 1992 multiple roles, Macbeth by William Shakespeare
    Intiman Theatre* , Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    Inner Drama Gives a Nervous Vitality to Intiman's Macbeth

    ? - 23 May 1992 director, Two Rooms by Lee Blessing
    New Mercury Theatre, Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    "Two Rooms" Full of Enduring Abstractions

    28(?) Jul - 20 Aug 1992 Haemon, Antigone by Jean Anouilh
    Intiman Theatre* , Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    An Intellectual "Antigone"

    Mar 1993 co-producer, Visitors by Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaiken
    New Mercury Theatre, Seattle (theatre)
    Note: part of Seattle Fringe Festival

    (30 Apr?) - 16 May 1993 set and lighting designer, Kvetch by Steven Berkoff
    New Mercury Theatre, Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    Inner Fears Laid Bare "Kvetch" Combines Humor and Truth
    "Kvetch" Neurosis Multiplied

    04 Jun - 27 Jul 1993 Tommy, The Cover of Life by R.T. Robinson
    A Contemporary Theatre* , Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    "The Cover of Life": Flavor is Homespun

    17 Jun - 03 Jul 1993 director, Life Is A Dream by Pedro Calderón de la Barca; English translation by Roy Campbell
    New Mercury Theatre, Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    New Mercury Struggles with Old Spanish Play
    "Life Is a Dream" is an Event

    27 Aug - 02 Oct 1993 director, Criminals in Love by George F. Walker
    New Mercury Theater, Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    "Life Is a Dream" is an Event
    "Criminals in Love": Characters are Eccentric, Plot Keeps you Guessing
    "Criminals in Love": A Sinister Farce with a Few Laughs

    (13?) Oct - 31 Oct 1993 co-producer, I Might Be Edgar Allan Poe written and performed by Dawson Nichols
    New Mercury Theater, Seattle (theatre)

    (12?) Nov - 30 Nov 1993 co-producer, Salt of the Earth by John Godber
    New Mercury Theater, Seattle (theatre)

    26 Nov - 18 Dec 1993 co-producer, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas and Other Stories from the writings of Dr. Seuss
    New Mercury Theater, Seattle (theatre)

    08 - 20 Jan 1994 Charles, The Shawl by David Mamet
    New Mercury Theater, Seattle (theatre)
    Note: Performed with two other one-act plays: "Victoria Station," by Harold Pinter, and "Ohio Impromptu," by Samuel Beckett.
    More:
    Seattle Playgoers are Getting a Triple Shot of the Mamet Style
    Stripped-down One Act Plays Reveal Much About Language of Mamet, Pinter, Beckett

    08 - 20 Jan 1994 Taxi Driver, Victoria Station by Harold Pinter
    New Mercury Theater, Seattle (theatre)
    Note: Performed with two other one-act plays: "The Shawl," by David Mamet, and "Ohio Impromptu," by Samuel Beckett.
    More:
    Stripped-down One Act Plays Reveal Much About Language of Mamet, Pinter, Beckett

    08 - 20 Jan 1994 The Reader, Ohio Impromptu by Samuel Beckett
    New Mercury Theater, Seattle (theatre)
    Note: Performed with two other one-act plays: "The Shawl," by David Mamet and "Victoria Station," by Harold Pinter.
    More:
    Stripped-down One Act Plays Reveal Much About Language of Mamet, Pinter, Beckett

    10 - 27 Feb 1994 Thomas Mendip, The Lady's Not For Burning by Christopher Fry
    New Mercury Theater, Seattle (theatre)

    31 Mar - 30 Apr 1994 Lou, Killers by John Olive
    New Mercury Theater, Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    This Play's Got Their Tongue
    'Killers' Might Be Too Much For the Pansy

    27 Oct - 13 Nov 1994 Owen, Voices in the Dark by John Pielmeier
    A Contemporary Theatre* , Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    Message of "Voices" Isn't Always Clear
    "Voices" Whodunit Engages Chills and Thrills

    01 - 25 Jun 1995 multiple roles, Handing Down the Names by Steven Dietz
    A Contemporary Theatre* , Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    ACT Drama Paints Family Portrait
    Characters Play Second Fiddle to History in 'Names'

    06 - 19 Nov 1995 Torvald, A Doll House by Henrik Ibsen
    Tacoma Actors Guild* , Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    1-Dimensional Antagonist Hides 'Doll House' Meaning
    "A Doll House" Updates Ibsen's Cautionary Tale

    (18?) Jan - 28 Jan 1996 Witness, Investigation by Peter Weiss
    New Mercury Theatre and A Theatre Under the Influence* , Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    Three-Hour 'Investigation' is Poignant and Powerful

    05 - 30 Mar 1996 John Astor, Scotland Road by Jeffrey Hatcher
    Empty Space Uncommon Theatre* , Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    Empty Space Theatre's 'Scotland Road' Paved with Deception
    Play Uses the Titanic Sinking to Conjure Its Own Ship of Fools

    03 - 27 Oct 1996 Andrew Aguecheek, Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare
    Ethnic Cultural Theatre* , Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    Shakespeare Swings in Festival's 'Twelfth Night'
    Song and Dance Weave Through 'Crazy', 'Twelfth Night'

    11 - 27 Oct 1996 Macbeth, Macbeth by William Shakespeare
    Ethnic Cultural Theatre* , Seattle (theatre)
    More:
    Festival's 'Macbeth' is Bloody, Bold, and Resolute
    Theatre Review: Macbeth. By William Shakespeare. Seattle Shakespeare Festival, Ethnic

    13(?) Jul - 27 Jul 1997 Sebastian, The Tempest by William Shakespeare
    Los Angeles Shakespeare Festival* , Los Angeles (theatre)
    More:
    An Urban 'Tempest' in Awkward Teapot

    12 Aug - 11 Sep 2000 Actor Three (includes sheriff, news anchor, dog, and a minister), The Why by Victor Kaufold
    The Blank Theatre Company* , Los Angeles (theatre)
    More:
    The Why
    Playright Ponders 'The Why' Behind Violence



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    Very nice, thank you berkeled! :)
     
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    didn't also do Andromidea (that KEvin Sorbo show?}
     
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    yes, ep 2.9 (I think ) Into the Labyrinth

    he was Charlemayne Bolivar (I think?)
     
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    Yes he did indeed..if you look at my first post, under notable TV and Guest Appearances, you'll see the following:

    "Andromeda" (2000) playing "Charlemagne Bolivar" in episode: "Into the Labyrinth" (episode # 2.9) 26 November 2001

    :)
     
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    Tee hee...Wesley. James Wesley.

    Ah, and yet he is still as sexy as ever... :hihi:

    Thanks for this thread! It's great...never knew alot of that about him...

    Oh his scar...since it was real, he told the makeup person to just go over it, but Joss incorperated it into the script. {"Fool For Love" S5...when he fights the Chinese slayer...}
     
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    Thanks for all those informations :D Isn't it great that he is a lefty? Im a lefty! Were going to take over the world! mwahahaha! :D
     
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    Thanx for posting, BTW Happy Birthday to JM, 43 today.
     
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    oh yea I forgot! It was couple of hours ago lol :D Wow thats the same as my house number...
     
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    Strange. According to the IMDB page I saw, he's only 5'9 1/2.
     
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