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 has two exciting projects on the horizon. She will lend her voice as the lead in Netflix’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation, and she will also star in Hot Pink, a biting coming-of-age comedy for Amazon created by Elisabeth Holm (Obvious Child). Gellar is well known for her work on the small screen including CBS’ The Crazy Ones opposite Robin Williams, the CW’s Ringer, her role as the iconic Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and ABC’s All My Children. Gellar was also the voice of the Seventh Sister ‘Inquisitor’ on Disney XD’s popular Star Wars: Rebels. 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 to Lionsgate’s Happily N’Ever After, Adult Swim’s Robot Chicken, Fox’s The Simpsons and American Dad, and Warner Brothers’ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Gellar is also an author and entrepreneur. In 2015 she co-founded the organic modern baking company Foodstirs. The success of Foodstirs led her to write her first cookbook Stirring Up Fun with Food, filled with over 100 recipes and food-crafting ideas to be creative in the kitchen. 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 Good+ as well as the nonprofit organization CARE.