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Angel tv seriesThe vampire Angelus, now known as Angel, has a human soul, but committed terrible crimes in the past. Seeking forgiveness and trying to redeem himself, he moves from Sunnydale (and a relationship with Buffy Summers, of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer") to Los Angeles, where he helps the downtrodden by thwarting the supernatural creatures that prey on them.

In this spin-off from the cult hit "Buffy The Vampire Slayer", Angel, the cursed vampire with a soul, moves to Los Angeles leaving Sunnydale behind to look for redemption and soon teams up with some old friends, and new ones, to fight evil plaguing the city.

In a city overpopulated by demons, warlocks and some really nasty lawyers, a creature of the night becomes Los Angeles greatest hope. Once a vicious vampire who terrorized Europe, vampire-with-a-soul Angel helps the helpless in order to get his reward from the Powers that Be - to be forgotten, and regain his humanity. In his quest, he sets up Angel Investigations, with the help of an unlikely (and quite effective) evil-fighting team: wannabe actress Cordelia Chase, bookish Brit Wesley Wyndam-Price and street fighter Charles Gunn.

Angel - tv series

(1999 - 2004) - David Boreanaz, Charisma Carpenter, Glenn Quinn, Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards

Genre: Action / Drama / Sci-fi


David Boreanaz ... Angel
Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce
J. August Richards ... Charles Gunn
Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase
Andy Hallett ... Lorne
Amy Acker ... Winifred 'Fred' Burkle
Stephanie Romanov ... Lilah Morgan
Vincent Kartheiser ... Connor
James Marsters ... Spike
Christian Kane ... Lindsey McDonald
Julie Benz ... Darla
Mercedes McNab ... Harmony Kendall
Elisabeth Rohm ... Detective Kate Lockley
Daniel Dae Kim ... Gavin Park
Glenn Quinn ... Allen Doyle
Keith Szarabajka ... Daniel Holtz
Sarah Thompson ... Eve
Mark Lutz ... The Groosalugg
Laurel Holloman ... Justine Cooper
Vladimir Kulich ... The Beast
Jack Conley ... Sahjhan
Sam Anderson ... Holland Manners
Jonathan M. Woodward ... Knox
Juliet Landau ... Drusilla
John Rubinstein ... Linwood Murrow
Eliza Dushku ... Faith
Matthew James ... Merl
Gina Torres ... Jasmine
Adam Baldwin ... Marcus Hamilton
Thomas Burr ... Lee Mercer
David Denman ... Skip
Gary Grubbs ... Roger Burkle
Jennifer Griffin ... Trish Burkle
Brigid Brannagh ... Virginia Bryce
Carey Cannon ... Female Oracle
Randall Slavin ... Male Oracle
Alexa Davalos ... Gwen Raiden
Sven Holmberg ... Delivery Guy
Sarah Michelle Gellar ... Buffy Summers
David Herman ... David Nabbit
Jarrod Crawford ... Rondell
Alyson Hannigan ... Willow Rosenberg
Ryan Alvarez ... Demon Slave
T.J. Thyne ... Lawyer
Mark Colson ... Izzy
David Fury ... First Worshipper
Julia Lee ... Anne Steele
Gerry Becker ... Nathan Reed
Jackson Bolt ... Pylea Demon
Marie Chambers ... Mother
Brody Hutzler ... Landok
Andrew Parks ... Priest One
Michael Phenicie ... Silas
Rachelle Roderick ... Rebel
Leland Crooke ... Archduke Sebassis
Jenny Mollen ... Nina Ash
Marc Vann ... Doctor Sparrow
Jeffrey Bell ... Office Mailman
Dennis Christopher ... Cyvus Vail
Markus Redmond ... Griff
Anthony Cistaro ... Ethros Demon
John Mahon ... Trevor Lockley
Sean Gunn ... Lucas
Roger Yuan ... Wo-Pang
Chris Durand ... Demon Henchman #1
Justin Shilton ... Billy Blim
Kay Panabaker ... The Girl
Jeff Ricketts ... Spider Monster
Thomas Crawford ... Eater Demon
Heidi Marnhout ... Fury #1
Peter Renaday ... The Beast Master
Bob Fimiani ... Codger Demon
An Le ... Fury #2
Robert Peters ... Arney
Mark Ginther ... Head Demon Guy
Bronwen Davies ... Caroline Holtz
Madison Gray ... Fury #3
Rod Tate ... Bruiser
Brett Wagner ... Bohg'dar Demon
Kasha Kropinski ... Sarah Holtz
Joshua Grenrock ... Angel Greeter
Michael Mantell ... Oliver Simon
Tom Lenk ... Andrew Wells
Jim Abele ... Connor's Father
David Figlioli ... Bartender
Michael Halsey ... Rutherford Sirk
Derek Anthony ... Dying Black Man
Jason Padgett ... Holden Raines
Lyle Kanouse ... Diner Counter Guy
Adrienne Evans ... Colleen
Joel Heyman ... Fell Brethren #2
Laura Silverman ... Girl in Car
Drew Wicks ... Blix
Craig Appel ... Demon
Kevin Fry ... Skilosh
Darris Love ... George
Adoni Maropis ... Rebel Leader
Tom McCleister ... Host's Elder
Jamie McShane ... Demon
Danan Pere ... Rebel #1
Brian Tahash ... Constable Narwek
Alec Newman ... Drogyn
Stacey Travis ... Senator Helen Brucker

Created by:
Joss Whedon
David Greenwalt

Writing credits:
David Greenwalt
Joss Whedon
Tim Minear
Jeffrey Bell
David Fury
Steven S. DeKnight
Mere Smith
Elizabeth Craft
Sarah Fain
Shawn Ryan
Ben Edlund
Drew Goddard
Jeannine Renshaw
Howard Gordon
Jim Kouf
Jane Espenson
Douglas Petrie
Tracey Stern
David Herschel Goodman
Scott Murphy

Opening theme: "Angel"
Written by: Darling Violetta
Singing: Darling Violetta

Original music by:
Robert J. Kral
Christophe Beck

Cinematography by:
Ross Berryman
Herbert Davis

Language: English
Country: United States

Directed by:
James A. Contner
Joss Whedon
David Greenwalt
Tim Minear
Bill L. Norton
Terrence O'Hara
Skip Schoolnik
Marita Grabiak
Vern Gillum
David Grossman
Michael Grossman
Frederick King Keller
Jefferson Kibbee
David Straiton
Bruce Seth Green
Turi Meyer
Jeffrey Bell
Steven S. DeKnight
Scott McGinnis
R.D. Price
Thomas J. Wright
Michael Lange
David Semel

Produced by:
Gail Berman
Sandy Gallin
David Greenwalt
Fran Rubel Kuzui
Kaz Kuzui
Joss Whedon
Kelly A. Manners
Skip Schoolnik
Tim Minear
Marti Noxon
Jeffrey Bell
Steven S. DeKnight
David Fury
Ben Edlund
Jim Kouf
R.D. Price
Shawn Ryan
Howard Gordon
James A. Contner
Tracey Stern
David Simkins

Number of seasons: 5

Original channel:
The WB

Mutant Enemy
Kuzui Enterprises
Sandollar Television
20th Century Fox Television
David Greenwalt Productions

Best Network Television Series, 2000 - 2005.
Outstanding Achievement in Fight Choreography, 2002.
Emmy Awards. Outstanding Makeup for a Series, 2000.
Eyegore Awards, 2000.
Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards, 2001.
Hugo Awards. Best Dramatic Presentation - Short Form, 2005.
International Horror Guild. Best Television, 2001.
Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA. Best Sound Editing - Television Episodic - Music, 2000 - 2003.
Satellite Awards. Best DVD Extra, Best DVD Release of TV Shows, Best Overall DVD, 2005.

Also Known As:
Angel - Jager der Finsternis
Angel: The Series
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The girl with the electric powers, first appearing in episode 4.2 "Ground State", is named Gwen Raiden (Alexa Davalos). Raiden is the Japanese god of lightning. The character named Raiden in Mortal Kombat (1995), with the powers of electricity, is also named after this mythological figure.

Originally, there was going to be no Jasmine character in season four. Cordelia was going to be the "big bad." Whedon had originally planned for the season to end with a battle between Angel and Evil Cordelia.

In an interview, Christian Kane admitted that he and David Boreanaz were very uneasy about doing the "Lindsey posing as Doyle" storyline in season five.

In the opening credit sequence of every episode, there is an image of a woman standing by the side of a street. This is not actually taken from any episode in the series but rather it's from the "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1997) episode "Anne" (3.1), though the scene takes place in the show's setting of L.A.

Liam/Angel was born in 1727 and turned into a vampire in 1753, as established in "The Prodigal" (1.15), and he counts 1753 as his birth year. Although he spent 100 years in a hell dimension due to Buffy's actions in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1997) episode "Becoming: Part 2" (2.22), he does not count those years as part of his lifespan and told Cordelia in "Dear Boy" (2.5) that he was 247. Allowing for aging and assuming that he survived "Not Fade Away" (5.22), he is now 253 years old.

Angel got his name because his baby sister invited him in, thinking he was an Angel that had returned to her. After he killed her, Darla named him Angelus, the Latinate for "Angel".

Puppeteer Drew Massey, the performer behind the puppet version of Angel in the episode, "Smile Time", was also the puppeteer of the vampire puppet "Count Blah" in the "Greg the Bunny" TV series.

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