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He appeared on Buffy from 1997 to 1999, at which point he began starring in Angel, which ran until 2004, with a recurring role on Buffy after his departure.He also appeared in the film Macabre Pair of Shorts where ironically he plays a Vampire's victim (in the segment "MPS").
ET's Leanna Aguilera caught up with the co-stars at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, California, on Wednesday, where they opened up about what they're going to miss the most about filming their popular crime drama.In fact, Deschanel even got her co-star a prop from the set: a weird papier-mache mask."He got creeped out by it, so I stole it from the set and gave it to him as a wrap gift," Deschanel recounted.has pulled it off, and now the show has earned the right to go out on its own terms, starting with Tuesday's final-season opener (9 ET/PT).“The Hope in the Horror” also marks the first directorial effort by co-star Emily Deschanel, who plays forensic anthropologist Dr. Luckily, she could draw on the experience of her onscreen partner, David Boreanaz, who has helmed nearly a dozen episodes of the series.He also directed the series finale, and worked out the schedule so that Deschanel could wrap about a day earlier than she anticipated.“I was very emotional, and I didn’t know that would be it,” she recalls. That was a bit of a shock, honestly, and I fell into a puddle of tears.”Deschanel’s directorial debut didn’t make her quite as weepy, but there was still plenty of emotion involved since her episode featured the return of original cast member Eric Millegan, who plays intern-turned-serial-killer's-apprentice-turned-psychiatric patient Zack Addy.
Boreanaz's only starring role in a major theatrical film was in 2001's slasher horror film, Valentine, alongside Denise Richards and Katherine Heigl.