Being a beautiful, heavy, lesbian witch rocks!
Life is very short, try everything you've dreamed about <br/>(within the perimeters of sanity and the law) and regret nothing. <br/>Oh, and don't forget the sunscreen.
I do think that if MEN were the ones that bore the children a more effective means of birth control would have been implemented years ago.
It's not real. I mean, there are no vampires, there are no witches. Well, there are Wiccans, but they're not making out with Alyson, so...
I just really felt like there was a life in it. I just really dug it from the beginning
Everybody's been faced with those kind of choices in their life
I go, 'Yeah, this is rockin'; I totally dig this,'
I can't wait to speak with the filmmaker when he comes
Maybe because she's smaller than me she might look taller.
Acting is fantastic, but to be able to create a whole world on celluloid is amazing. It's like taking your dreams straight from your head and projecting them onto a screen.
I think people are starting to think of me less as an actor and more as a writer.
I think specifically because of the character that I played, people are very connected to her. I used to get letters from young gay and lesbian and trans-gendered kids saying, 'I didn't kill myself because of Buffy'.
It doesn't matter who you sleep with, it's how you treat other people in this world.
The acting is something that will always be a part of my life, but the writing gives me a lot more creative freedom. You're a pawn in somebody else's chess game, whereas as a writer and as a director, you get to call the shots. And that's very thrilling.
You were doing a TV show - you don't realise that you're also making social commentary at the same time.