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About Nicholas Brendon

Nicholas Brendon Nicholas Brendon is an American actor & writer who got his big break starring as Xander Harris on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The show ran from 1997 to 2003 garnering a huge cult following. His first major film was the Charles Busch satire Psycho Beach Party (2000). He starred in the ABC Family Channel original movie Celeste in the City (2004) and the following year he returned to TV for Kitchen Confidential, based on the book by Anthony Bourdain.

In 2006 he voiced Huntsboy #89 for the animated series American Dragon: Jake Long and reunited with Buffy co-star Charisma Carpenter in the TV movie Relative Chaos. From July 26 to August 30 he co-starred with Noah Wyle in 'Lobster Alice' at the Blank Theatre Company in Los Angeles subsequently appearing in their annual Young Playwrights Festival and its productions of The Santaland Diaries (Nov-Dec 2009), and 'Why Torture is Wrong and the People Who Love Them.'

In 2007 Brendon began appearing on Criminal Minds as FBI technical analyst Kevin Lynch. In 2010 Brendon began a short arc on ABC's Private Practice playing Lee McHenry, a mentally disturbed man who assaults Charlotte King. In 2014 he played Jackson Lee in the TV series Faking It and was part of a Dark Horse writers' summit for Buffy comic books. He is credited with co-writing several issues of the series with Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season Ten, Vol. 1 reaching the New York Times Best Seller List.

Recently Brendon was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the British Horror Film Festival for his role in the movie Redwood (which won Best Thriller at The National Film Awards UK) and he completed filming The Nanny and Dark/Web.