Actress & Co-Founder
Sarah Michelle Gellar is a Golden Globe nominee and Emmy winning actress. In October 2015, Gellar stepped into a new role as entrepreneur, co-founding Foodstirs along with Galit Laibow, and Greg Fleishman. Foodstirs was created with the sole purpose of helping families create meaningful experiences through the modernization of home baking. Foodstirs organic and GMO-free baking mixes and kits are made with the highest-quality, clean and ethically-sourced ingredients for seriously delicious baked goods that never sacrifice product integrity for taste. Gellar is also the Author of 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+ Foundation and is one of the UN Women’s 6 Champions for Innovation.
Sarah was discovered by an agent when she was four years old. Soon after, she was making her first movie An Invasion of Privacy (1983). Besides a long list of movies, she has also appeared in many TV commercials and on the stage. Her breakthrough came with the television series Swans Crossing (1992). In 1997, she became known to the cinema audience when she appeared in two movies: I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) and Scream 2 (1997). But she is most commonly known for her title role in the long-running television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997). She also won an Emmy Award for her performance as Kendall Hart on the soap opera All My Children (1970). Sarah has since starred in many films, including Simply Irresistible (1999), Cruel Intentions (1999), and the live-action Scooby-Doo (2002) movies as the lovable Daphne Blake. She also provided her voice to several movies, including Small Soldiers (1998), Happily N’Ever After (2006) and TMNT (2007), starred in the box office hit The Grudge (2004), and co-starred with Robin Williams and James Wolk in the television series The Crazy Ones (2013). She resides in Los Angeles, California, with her husband, Freddie Prinze Jr.. They have been married since 2002, and have two children.
“I think that this industry in particular is so fast-paced that you keep saying, ‘I’ll take vacation later.’ Sometimes later never comes.” “Our bodies are machines and have to be functional, and to do that they have to be fed properly.” “Normal is such a hard word to use, because everyone’s idea of normal is different. Real is what the word is. I think you either live a real life or you live a weird celebrity pseudolife. I think I lead a really real life.”