It would be no exaggeration to say that in recent years there have been many TV reunions, reboots and revivals. And this is not a trend that seems to slow down. When David Boreanaz, star of SEAL Team at CBS, The Talk came, he was asked about a great series from his past: Angel . He had the following to say about the possibility of a reunion, as well as the salaries of the cast and what they had planned since the end of the series:
Angel was the spin-off of Buffy the Vampire Hunter
Fans of Buffy the Vampire Hunter the hit of the overboard UP supernatural series, were the target audience for Angel . The show took the eponymous character, a vampire with a soul, and moved him to Los Angeles to deal with even more monsters and demons than he had encountered in the flagship series.
Angel should be slightly darker than Buffy but he had the same heart and similar comedic sensations, especially over time. The series was broadcast from 1999-2004 in the WB.
Here's what Boreanaz had to say about reunification
At a performance in The Talk Boreanaz was asked about a possible reunion. He said to the hosts, "We're standing 20 years ago [since the show premiered]," he said the show started his career. "I'll say that maybe something is imminent," he added. "I do not want to give much away, but I can say that … we may have something in the works." [19659012Buffy celebrated its own 20-year anniversary in 2017 with an Entertainment Weekly series that includes a cover story and numerous video interview clips and photos for fans. It is possible that a similar milestone is in the works for Angel .
Fortune of David Boreanaz
Most of the money for the series was certainly David Boreanaz, provided it was the name of his character in the title. The value of Boreanaz is around $ 30 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Many of them probably came from his long-running series, Bones in which he allegedly earned up to $ 250,000 per episode.
Season One Cast Member
In Season 1, there were only three other leading actors: Charisma Carpenter (also bringing her character over to Cordelia from Buffy), Glenn Quinn as half-demon with soothing powers, and starting with Episode 10, Alexis Denisof, who also reinterprets his Buffy character Wesley Wyndam-Pryce. Quinn's character left the series one episode before the incident, and the actor died in 2002 after fighting drug abuse.
Carpenter stayed in the series until the fourth season, with a guest appearance in the fifth season actress was seen at such exhibitions as Veronica Mars and The Lying Game . Their net worth is estimated at around 4 million US dollars. Denisof stayed until the death of his character in the series finale. The actor had recurring roles in series such as How I Met Your Mother Grimm and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina . His estimated net worth is about $ 2 million.
There were several other main characters throughout the series, many of whom are likely to be involved if there is a reunion. These include Charles Gunn (J.Aug Richards, Agents of SHIELD ), Connor (Vincent Kartheiser, Mad Men Net worth $ 9 million), Fred Burkle (Amy Acker, ) , The Gifted (net worth $ 2 million), Spike (James Marsters, Runaways net worth $ 5 million), Harmony (Mercedes McNab) and Lorne (Andy Hallett, who died in 2009).
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