Celebrated late actress Denise Dowse was known for her roles across TV and film, including in Beverly Hills 90210, but who did she portray in Buffy The Vampire Slayer?
As fans look back on her prolific career, some have wondered about Denise Dowse’s role in Buffy The Vampire Slayer. We look back at her role in the classic teen drama and where fans can watch it in her honor.
Who did Denise Dowse play in Buffy The Vampire Slayer?
When Buffy and her friends were not tracking down vampires, demons, or other creatures, she and her friends were as normal as they could be high schoolers.
The school is seen to be at the heart of the show and features across its seven seasons and is also where fans were introduced to Dowse’s character.
Buffy fans may recognize Dowse for her feature in the teen drama series as Sunnydale High English teacher Ms. Miller.
The late actress only featured in one episode
Dowse’s feature in Buffy The Vampire Slayer was brief, as the late star only appeared in one episode across the show’s seven seasons.
For those who can’t place the actress’ feature, she appears in the eleventh episode of the first season, Out of Mind, Out of Sight.
In the episode, an invisible creature causes chaos in the school as it terrorizes students and faculty. The Invisible attacker targets Ms Miller and, after ambushing her, leaves a warning message on her chalkboard.
Those wanting to watch the episode in the late actress’ honor can stream the show on both Hulu and Disney+. All seven seasons of Buffy The Vampire Slayer are also available to buy on Amazon, where you can opt to purchase the entire series or individual episodes.
Dowse’s Buffy feature was one of her many TV cameos
As well as her brief feature in the vampire teen drama, Dowse has had many features across some well-loved TV shows.
She started her on-screen career in 1989 and starred across 121 credits during her more than 30-year career.
Away from her stints in both Beverly Hills 90210 and HBO series Insecure, the actress has appeared in episodes of Gilmore Girls, The X Files, Grey’s Anatomy, Law & Order, Sister, Sister and Full House.