David Boreanaz als Angel (c) 20th Century Fox/ The WB
Thanks to Buffy and Angel, actor David Boreanaz has become known to a larger audience. Numerous actors from the series have published their bad experiences from the set in the last few days.
The Angel actor supports her cause. Amy Acker and Julie Benz also speak up.
In the past few days, some cast members and makers of Joss Whedon projects have spoken about their experiences with the series maker and director. First, cyborg actor Ray Fisher had an investigation into Whedon’s behavior on the set of “Justice League“Started rolling.
The n came a long post from Charisma Carpenter, who accused Whedon of misconduct towards his actors during the production of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. This led to the support of other colleagues.
Now Angel lead actor David Boreanaz has also commented on it.
The actor, who is also known from leading roles in Bones or SEAL Team, writes on Twitter: “I am here to listen and support you. Proud of your strength.“
Carpenter replied: “I know you are there for me David. I appreciate everything you’ve done to support me privately as well. Especially since Wednesday. Many Thanks.“
Amy Acker, who was also in Angel, tweeted: “I will always be proud of the work we have done on ‘Angel’. I had a good and professional experience, but it breaks my heart that not everyone felt that way. I don’t approve of anything that has hurt anyone or made them feel bad, and I offer my love and support for those who tell their truth.“
Julie Benz, who starred as Darla in both series, wrote: “My heart goes out to all victims of abuse. I send my love to all of Buffy and Angel who suffer. I am with you and support you.“
Meanwhile, most of Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s cast have spoken out on the matter. Whedon recently vacated his position as showrunner on HBO’s