During the fifth, sixth and seventh seasons of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the gifted actor and musician gained a brand new legion of fans with his portrayal of Warren Meers, leader of The Trioka.
The nerdy Warren joined forces with fellow geeks Jonathan Levinson and Andrew Wells and delighted in causing problems for the Slayer and the rest of the Scooby Gang.
I’m really sick.’ I started reading the sides and after two lines I spied out of the corner of my eye Joss nodding his head.
It wasn’t clear whether or not he liked what I was doing but he must have approved of something because before I knew it I had the job.”, Spike (James Marsters) shows up at a party and ends up being thrown through a window by a girl named April (Shonda Farr).
I really hated school, probably because I came from a family of elementary and junior high school teachers,” he jokes.
“I didn’t have time for things that didn’t interest me.
However, at Lee Strassberg’s I met other kids who felt the same way I did.
“I moved to Orlando, Florida and worked at Universal Studios where the show was filmed,” says the actor.Busch’s debut as Warren remains memorable for him even two years later.“I’d worked with the show’s assistant director on another project, so just having him there made me feel more comfortable,” notes Busch. She immediately struck me as being a brilliant director, or should I say someone with the potential to be one.I was amazed by her knowledge of the camera and angles.Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar) discovers that April is, in fact, a robot created by Warren to be the perfect girlfriend.Unfortunately for April, Warren has fallen for a flesh-and-blood girl and is trying to hide from her.