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So, you may have noticed I've been quite busy for the last month or so (OMG I tweeted sooo much!), & as a result, there were quite a few of James' French interviews that I didn't have the time to post here. I RTed them over on my Twitter, so if you follow me there, you probably caught them, but, like I said, I tweeted a lot, so you may have missed some, even if you do follow me! So, see below for all of James' interviews from his visit to France that haven't been posted here individually. I've also included any videos that were posted to YouTube further down.

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James Marsters ready to slay at Comic Con


  • By Whitney South

By Whitney South, Best of London. 10.15.18

While he may be known for playing one of the most popular bloodsuckers in TV history, James Marsters hasn’t forgotten what it’s like to be on the other side of the autograph line.

In fact, as a 14-year-old Star Trek fan, the budding actor could be found wandering convention floors long before Spike made his mark on the tempestuous town of Sunnydale.

“I used to go to cons dressed as Spock, with a big blonde afro — I could get the pointed ears and I could make the tricorder and phaser, and even get my sister to help me sew a Starfleet tunic, but I could not control my hair,” he recalled. “That said, I was popular for the first time in my life with the girls at the con because I had the best phaser, and I was hooked.”

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Actor James Marsters

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You know him best as punk-goth Brit vampire Spike in the critically acclaime TV series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and the equally popular spin-off "Angel". Actor, singer and songwriter James Marsters joined us to talk about his career and coming to Portland for Wizard World Comic Con!

  • Wizard World Comic Con
  • April 13-15
  • Oregon Convention Center

For more information, visit the Wizard World Comic Con website.

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James Marsters, Anthony Stewart Head, Nathan Fillion & Felicia Days’s Schedules

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Actor who played famed TV vampire takes bite out of Iowa

James Marsters

An actor who starred on TV’s “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” is in central Iowa this weekend to appear at the Wizard World Comic Con in Des Moines.

James Marsters played a vampire villian named Spike who was originally going to be staked into dust after a few episodes of “Buffy,” but quickly developed such a fan following that he became a series regular.

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Marsters says Spike was popular because he always had fun. “There’s a saying that we have in stage that says, ‘It’s called the play for a reason. No one pays to watch you work,'” Marsters says. “The trick is to always, no matter what kind of role, on some level have a lot of fun. The weird thing about Spike was that he was having a lot of fun dismembering people.”

While Marsters was born and raised on America’s West Coast, the character Spike was from England, so he had to be proficient with the accent. As he visits Comic Cons across the country, Marsters still encounters people who -don’t- know he’s -not- a Brit.

“I constantly meet people who feel betrayed that I’m not British,” Marsters says. “I like to play it off when I say, (in accent) ‘I’m only British if you pay me. Oh, that’s right, you paid me for an autograph. Yes, I’m British. I’m from London. Have been all my life.’ (Back to his true accent) But I’m sorry, man, fooled you! I’m from California. I just watched a lot of ‘Monty Python’ when I was a kid.”

Marster’s credits “Buffy” co-star and London native Anthony Head (who played Rupert Giles) with helping him develop Spike’s authentic accent. Without Head’s coaching, Marsters says Spike never would have lasted as long and would’ve been “cheesy.”

In addition to being a key player in the “Buffyverse,” Marsters has enjoyed roles in many other top-flight sci-fi franchises, including Star Wars, Doctor Who, Battlestar Galactica, Spiderman and Superman.

His latest project also revolves around a fantasy universe of superheroes and ubervillans. “I’ve been cast in a new television series for Hulu,” Marsters says. “It’s based on a Marvel comic book and it’s produced by Marvel, called ‘Runaways’ and that’s going to keep me busy for the forseeable future.” “Runaways” is scheduled to debut in 2018. It’s about a group of teens who discover their parents are super-villains in disguise. After that series runs its course, Marsters says, he’ll take what comes.

“I find that the roles that come to me are much more interesting than the ones I might dream up for myself,” Marsters says. He says his first role on stage was playing Eeyore in a 4th grade production of “Winnie The Pooh” and he’s been hooked on acting ever since.

Marsters will be joined at Comic Con by another “Buffy” veteran, actress Emma Caulfield who played Anya on the hit Fox show which ran seven seasons, from 1997 to 2003.

Comic Con runs today through Sunday at the Iowa Events Center.


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