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Angel (1999 - 2004)

Angel (1999 - 2004)





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The enlightened vampire risks his soul to battle dark forces in the City of Angels in this noirish 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' spin-off. Formerly the Slayer's lover and ally, Angel relocated to L.A. seeking redemption for years of preying on innocents by combating demonic predators. It was a stylish addition to series creator Joss Whedon's 'Buffy' saga, anchored by David Boreanaz's tender-tough title hero.

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Critics Consensus: Angel's final season concludes the series with a creative resurgence that restores the show's signature blend of humor and horror, ending on a bittersweet high note that should satisfy fans while leaving them wishing there could have been more.

2003, Warner Brothers, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2002, Warner Brothers, 22 episodes

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2001, Warner Brothers, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2000, Warner Brothers, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: Angel builds on the solid sex appeal of its lead, forging an unexpectedly worthy spinoff that draws viewers in with character depth, clever humor, and a suitably dark and brooding backdrop.

1999, Warner Brothers, 22 episodes


Alexis Denisof
as Wesley Wyndam-Pryce
J. August Richards
as Charles Gunn
Amy Acker
as Winifred `Fred' Burkle/Illyria
Stephanie Romanov
as Lilah Morgan
Christian Kane
as Lindsey McDonald
Elisabeth Röhm
as Detective Kate Lockley
Keith Szarabajka
as Daniel Holtz
Daniel Dae Kim
as Gavin Park
Sam Anderson
as Holland Manners
Mark Lutz
as Groosalugg
Juliet Landau
as Drusilla
Camden Toy
as Vampire
Jack Conley
as Sahjhan
Vladimir Kulich
as The Beast
Thomas Burr
as Lee Mercer
Sarah Michelle Gellar
as Buffy (uncredited)
Adam Baldwin
as Hamilton
Jennifer Griffin
as Trish Burkle
Alyson Hannigan
as Willow Rosenberg
Alexa Davalos
as Gwen Raiden
John Mahon
as Trevor
Gerry Becker
as Nathan Reed
Anthony Cistaro
as Scourge Commander
Sean Gunn
as Lucas
Julian Lee
as Anne Steele
Vyto Ruginis
as Winters
Bai Ling
as Jhiera
Ken Marino
as Wilson
Lee Arenberg
as Tiernan
T.J. Thyne
as Lawyer
Tom Lenk
as Andrew
Kevin West
as Marcus
Roger Yuan
as Wo-Pang
Gary Grubbs
as Roger Burkle
Marie Chambers
as Francine Sharp
Chris Durand
as Mohra Demon #2
Melissa Marsala
as Judy Kovacs
Joel David Moore
as Vamp Henchman Karl
Paul Webster
as Uniform No. 1
Brian Tahash
as Constable
Joshua Grenrock
as Angel Greeter #5
Carey Cannon
as Female Oracle
Jeff Ricketts
as Weatherby
Mark Ginther
as Head Demon Guy
Josh Randall
as Bartender
John Capodice
as Little Tony
Nick McCallum
as Skateboard Kid
Lauri Johnson
as Aunt Martha
Todd Susman
as Mr. Bryce
Doug Tompos
as Wasserman
Obi Ndefo
as Bartender
Julie Araskog
as Over the Hill Whore
Tony Todd
as Vyasa
Billy Rieck
as Vamp Henchman Paco
Brett Wagner
as Nadrah Prince
Adoni Maropis
as Rebel Leader
Jim Abele
as Connor's Father
Jason Padgett
as Holden Raynes
Ryan Alvarez
as Demon Slave
Madison Gray
as Fury #3
Kevin Fry
as Skilosh Demon
Roy Dotrice
as Roger Wyndam-Pryce
Joel Polis
as Capt. Franklin
William Newman
as Old Demon Man
Rance Howard
as Marcus Roscoe
Danny Mora
as Number Five
David Wald
as Mohra Demon #1
Kimberleigh Aarn
as Precinct Clerk
Rib Hillis
as Pierce
Rodney Peck
as Manager
Robin Meyers
as Masseuse
J.P. Manoux
as Bellman
Art LaFleur
as T'ish Magev
Bronwen Bonner-Davies
as Caroline Holtz
Dawn Suggs
as Mind Reader #2
Anthony Head
as Rupert Giles (uncredited)
Kasha Kropinski
as Sarah Holtz
Derek Anthony
as Dying Black Man
Brent Sexton
as Beat Cop
Michael Beardsley
as Accident Onlooker
Gareth Williams
as Bethany's Father
Misty Louwagie
as Christina
Mark Harelik
as Count Kurskov
Brad Blaisdell
as Uncle John
Mushond Lee
as Jackson
Mikey Day
as O'Shea
Alex Skuby
as Harlan
John Kapelos
as Hotel Manager
Patrick Kilpatrick
as Paul Lanier
Wendy Davis
as Aubrey Jenkins
John Short
as Phillip Spivey
Chris Pauley
as Lawyer No. 1
Stacey Travis
as Sen. Brucker
Sam Pancake
as Manager
Tyler Christopher
as Wolfram & Hart Lawyer
Jack Plotnick
as Allan Finch(uncredited)
Bob Fimiani
as Grounds Keeper
Peter Kanetis
as Lawyer No. 2
Julie Quinn
as Pregnant Woman
Ashley Edner
as Stephanie Anderson
Corey Klemow
as Young Man
Anthony Guidera
as Ernie Nellims
Tommy Hinkley
as Detective
Sunny Mabrey
as Allison
Belinda Waymouth
as Ms. Thorpe
John Fremont
as Security Guy
David Figlioli
as Vamp Leader
Clayton Rohner
as Lee DeMarco
Josh Holloway
as Good Looking Guy
Pete Gardner
as Joseph Kramer
Adam Weiner
as Caged Guy
Mike Hagerty
as Bartender
Lee Reherman
as Captain
Ali Hillis
as Lauren
Marc Brett
as Health Club Man
Jason Winer
as Preston
Rod Rowland
as Corbin Fries
Stacy Reed
as Charlotte
James Henriksen
as Elder Lister Demon
Sean Smith
as Producer #2
Joe Basile
as Lenny Edwards
Max Baker
as Hotel Desk Clerk
Larry McCormick
as News Anchor
Catalina Larranaga
as Vamp Waitress
Kara Holden
as Young Woman
Randy Oglesby
as Oliver Seidel
Mia Kelly
as Woman
Ron Marasco
as Allen Lloyd
Frank Potter
as Uniformed Delivery
Marc Rose
as Mellish
Mark Metcalf
as The Master
Jason Carter
as Repo Man
Andre Hotchko
as Man in Lobby
Allison Barcott
as Armless Woman
Tracey Stone
as Pretty Girl
Jimmy Shubert
as Johnny Red
Michael Dempsey
as Irv Kraigle
Nicolas Surovy
as Hunt Acrey
David Bickford
as Cargo Inpsector
Chris Flanders
as Matthew Winslow
Richard B. Livingston
as Congressman Nathan Blim
Paul Logan
as Woodrow "Woody" Raglin
Kevin Quigley
as Dr. Rabinaw
Eliza Szonert
as Chamber Maid
Rebecca Avery
as Caged Girl
P.B. Hutton
as Monica Frzylcka
Robert Towers
as High Priest
Darren Laverty
as Lackey Vampire No. 1
Leland Crooke
as Sebassis
Jennifer Martin
as Vanessa Brewer
P.J. Marino
as Peter Wilkers
Miguel Marcott
as Jacob Crane
Bernard Addison
as Root Monster
John David Conti
as Syd Frzylcka
Elliot Gray
as Hanging Man
Rainbow Borden
as Danny Marquez
Jerry Lambert
as Rick the Clerk
Kristen Lowman
as Mother Rachel
R. Emery Bright
as Detective Turlock
Evan Arnold
as Shempire
Koji Kataoka
as Pilgrim
Susan Martino
as Mother #1
Jeff Denton
as Lead Guitar
Sam Stefanski
as Lackey Vampire No. 2
Alonzo Bodden
as Prison Guard
Matt Bushell
as Security Guard #3
David S. Lee
as Alfonso
Lindsey Ginter
as Cmdr. Petrie
Christopher Comes
as Storm Trooper #2
Mik Scriba
as Parole Officer
Aimee Garcia
as Cynthia York
Lauren Reina
as Escort #1
Dana Lee
as Takeshi Morimoto
Steven J. Levy
as Middle-Aged Man
David Kagen
as Salesman
Stewart Skelton
as Harold Jenkins
Eric Lange
as Lubber Demon #1
Tom Kiesche
as Detective Broomfield
Michael Harte
as Detective
Bob Pescovitz
as News Producer
Tom Schmid
as Well-Dressed Man
Irina Maleeva
as Old Demon Lady
Patricia Gillum
as Woman Patient
Brett Gilbert
as Reptilian Demon
Zitto Kazann
as Gypsy Man
Iris Fields
as Acting Teacher
Annie Talbot
as Mother #2
Willow Greer
as Glass Woman
Ken Grantham
as Lieutenant
Michael Harte
as Detective
Alan Shaw
as Deevak
Cheri Rae Russell
as Female Officer
José Yenque
as Vampire Cult Leader
Christopher Neiman
as Frotor Demon
David Brouwer
as Stockboy
Ciara Hughes
as Blue Fairy
Jeni Blong
as Young Woman
Deborah Zoe
as Mistress Meerna
Gwen McGee
as Detective
Sam Ayers
as Tough Demon Guy
Nick Spano
as Spinelli
Ashley Taylor
as First Mate
Adam Vernier
as Det. Kendrick
Terrence Beasor
as Older Man
Michael Yama
as Japanese Businessman #1
Geremy Dingle
as Student Clerk
Madison Eginton
as Young Bethany Chaulk
Aaron D. Spears
as Security Guard
Charles Constant
as Seecurity Center Guard
Steven DeRelian
as Bradley Scott
David Fury
as First Worshipper
Karen Tucker
as Female Shopper
Jim Hanna
as Surveillance Cop #1
Jim Ortlieb
as Vampire Hunter
Steve Tom
as Stephen Mills
Ken Takemoto
as Old Chinese Man
Gerry Katzman
as Technician
Wendy Haines
as Overjeweled Woman
Henry Kingi
as Kungai Demon
Alison Simpson
as Demon Girl #1
John Maynard
as Uniformed Worker
Angel Parker
as Veronica
Keith Campbell
as Health Club Manager
Michael Otis
as Pillow Fight Man
Bob Morrisey
as Dr. Gregson
Becka Linder
as Drugged Girl
Michael McElroy
as Young Boy
Lucas Dudley
as Security Guard
Louise Claps
as Homeless Woman
Eiji Inoue
as Japanese Businessman #2
Michael Faulkner
as Guy on Stage
Joel Stoffer
as Vampire #1
Katherine Ann McGregor
as Catherine Manners
Darin Cooper
as Officer Peter Harkes
Bob Rumnock
as Businessman
Chris Huse
as Drugged Vampire No. 2
Bryce Mouer
as Tobias Dupree
Glenda Morgan Brown
as Angel's Mother
Alan Henry Brown
as Lead Nahdrah
Alice Lo
as Old Chinese Woman
Anthony Diaz-Perez
as Hostage Father
Judson Pearce Morgan
as Bloody Lawyer
Roy Werner
as Heinreich
Jason Frasca
as White Guy
Don Tiffany
as Security Guard
Lynette Romero
as News Anchor
Steve Forbess
as Mexican Man
William Stanford Davis
as Security Guard
Michael Philip
as Announcer
Tom Beyer
as Blacklisted Writer
Jennifer Roa
as Serena Tate
Chris Devlin
as Holtz's Gang Member
Olga Vilner
as Vinji Leader
Bart McCarthy
as Nostroyev
Cheyenne Wilbur
as Concierge
Eve Sigall
as Old Judy Kovacs
Deborah Carson
as Liza Reynolds
Christopher Babers
as Gunn's Acquaintance
Andy Kreiss
as Liz the Lizard Demon
David Ramirez
as Pizza Chef
Chad Jamian
as Rock Dude
Danan Pere
as Rebel #1
Kristin Richardson
as Female Reporter
Ian Anthony Dale
as Drugged Vampire No. 3
Andrew Ableson
as Italian Man
Jennifer Slimko
as Romanian Woman
Norma Michaels
as Dotty Aunt Helen
Brad Kalas
as Emergency Medical Technician
Michael Rotondi
as Burly Guy
Rey Gallegos
as Officer Sanchez
Sam Littlefield
as Young Man Hostage
Thom Scott II
as Holtz's Gang Member 2
Chane't Johnson
as Martha Jane
Mike Hungerford
as Dock Worker
Sergio Premoli
as Monseigneur Rivalli
Bob Sattler
as Masked Man
Nick Jaine
as Sahrvin Leader
Camden Toy
as Prince of Lies
Jon Ecklund
as Uniform #2
Tony Amendola
as Thesulac Demon
Van Epperson
as Bus Driver
as Deaf Woman
Vikki Gurdas
as Bartendress
John Colella
as Croupier
Thor Edgell
as Romanian Man
Thomas Rosales Jr.
as Manny the Pig
John Patrick Clerkin
as Black Robed Priest
Jolene Hjerleid
as Singing Lawyer #1
Dominic Pace
as Bouncer
Wayne Mitchell
as Singing Lawyer #2
Alex Nesic
as Markalla
Joy Lang
as Amber
Kal Penn
as Young Man in Fez
Andrew McGinnes
as Mullet Head
Rod Tate
as Bruiser
Phyllis Flax
as Very Old Woman
Kotoko Kawamura
as Ancient Korean Woman
Janet Song
as Doctor Thomas
Geoff Koch
as Street Cop
William Ostrander
as Commander Burke
Stacy Solodkin
as Connor's Aunt
David Wolfson
as Bartender
Lyle Kanouse
as Counter Guy
Patricia Gillum
as Woman Patient
Kelli Kirkland
as Young Black Woman
Bob Jesser
as Torto Demon
Mesan Richardson
as Swat Team Member
Alex Buck
as Blind Child #3
Tawny Rene Hamilton
as Female News Anchor
Tony Pasqualini
as Harlan Elster
Emma Hunton
as Connor's Kid Sister
Amy Raymond
as Weeping Woman
E.J. Gage
as Mordar the Bentback
Jerry Giles
as Desk Sergeant
Jeff Bass
as Brent
Ash Taylor
as First Mate
Rich Hutchman
as Detective Jack Carlson
Blair Hickey
as Male Reporter
Jasmine DiAngelo
as Young Dana
Eric Larson
as Internal Affairs Guy
Jenni Blong
as Young Woman
Susan Slome
as Cindy Rabinowitz
Steven Barr
as Captain Atkinson
John Eddins
as Monk #1
Shirley Jordan
as Internal Affairs Woman
Marc Blucas
as Riley Finn (uncredited)
Theresa Arrison
as Johnny's Mom
Michael Ness
as Angel Greeter #2
Angelica Castro
as Telemundo Reporter
Michael Manasseri
as Skyler (uncredited)
Carl Sundstrom
as Lieutenant Lou
Alex Craig Mann
as Angel Greeter #3
Diana Terranova
as Bachelor Party Stripper
Brian Bradley
as Reporter
Marc Vann
as Doctor
Brahman Turner
as Young Tough Guy
Nichole Pelerine
as Angel Greeter #4
William Wayne
as Brother Straley
Turner Brahman
as Young Tough Guy
Woody Schultz
as Volitch Demon Bidder
Grenrock Joshua
as Angel Greeter #5
Chris Eckles
as Ops Guy
Scott L. Schwartz
as Bodyguard at Auction
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Series Details

TV Network: Warner Brothers
Premiere Date: Oct 5, 1999
Executive Producers: Joss Whedon, David Greenwalt, Sandy Gallin, Kaz Kuzui, Fran Rubel Kuzui, Gail Berman
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