Michelle Trachtenberg

ThrowbackRemember ‘Ice Princess’? See What Michelle Trachtenberg and More Stars From the 2005 Movie Are Doing Now

Iconic! Remember Disney’s 2005 movie Ice Princess? Well, the cast has come a long way since the flick premiered. Michelle Trachtenberg starred as Casey Carlyle, a science genius with a love for ice skating who competes behind her mom’s back for a physics project. However, the teen ended up falling in love with the sport after befriending Gen (Hayden Panettiere) and developing a crush on the Zamboni driver — and Gen’s brother — Teddy (Trevor Blumas).
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Michelle Trachtenberg Joins The True Crime Genre On 'Meet, Marry, Murder'

Michelle Trachtenberg is known for slaying vampires and spreading gossip, but now, she's tackling true crime. Michelle hit it big as Dawn Summers on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and as Georgina Sparks on Gossip Girl. Now, the actress is pursuing another intense project by hosting the new true crime show......

Actress Michelle Trachtenberg Rocks A Hoboken Brand

Michelle Trachtenberg has been famous for a long time – quite literally her whole life, as she started acting as a child. She’s known for her roles in “Gossip Girl,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “17 Again,” and more. Trachtenberg was born and raised in Brooklyn, and she still spends a lot of time in New York City, which gives her direct access to some of the best things Hoboken has to offer.

Buffy star Michelle Trachtenberg's next TV series announced

Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Michelle Trachtenberg has lined up her next TV project. The Gossip Girl actor, who famously played the titular character's younger sister Dawn Summers in the aforementioned supernatural show, is set to host Meet, Marry, Murder, a new true-crime docuseries, for US streaming service Tubi. Consisting...

Michelle Trachtenberg To Host True Crime Docuseries ‘Meet, Marry, Murder’ For Tubi

Tubi is continuing to expand its originals slate. The ad-supported streamer is launching Meet, Marry, Murder, a true-crime docuseries hosted by Buffy The Vampire Slayer star Michelle Trachtenberg. The series, which will drop all 13 episodes on October 6, comes from British producer FirstLookTV and digital operator FilmRise. The series investigates what happens when a commitment to lifetime love ends up taking someone’s life instead. The series explores the true stories of people who were murdered by their partners. It features interviews with witnesses, including family, friends, matchmakers and more, to discuss the tragic unions. Episodes focus on cases such as the murder of a woman by her estranged husband, the killing of a husband by his wife in a devastating car chase involving his mistress, and more devastating crimes. Will Hanrahan, Gillian Carter, Danny Fisher and Max Einhorn exec produce. “At Tubi, we are excited to expand our offerings within the true crime genre with the premiere of Meet, Marry, Murder,” said Adam Lewinson, Chief Content Officer, Tubi. “Viewers’ fascination with true crime content is ever-growing and we know Meet, Marry, Murder will captivate audiences and keep them at the edge of their seats.”

‘Black Christmas’ Actress Michelle Trachtenberg Hosting True Crime Docuseries “Meet, Marry, Murder” for Tubi

True crime buffs will have another show to watch thanks to Tubi, with the free streaming service announcing today that Michelle Trachtenberg will host “Meet, Marry, Murder.”. Deadline reports today, “The series, which will drop all 13 episodes on October 6, comes from British producer FirstLookTV and digital operator FilmRise.”

Michelle Trachtenberg: Joss Whedon wasn’t allowed to be alone with me on ‘Buffy’

“Buffy the Vampire Slayer” actress Michelle Trachtenberg claims showrunner and creator Joss Whedon was not allowed to be alone with her on set. After fellow “Buffy” alum Charisma Carpenter and DC Comics star Ray Fisher accused Whedon of misconduct, Trachtenberg, 35, came forward Thursday with her own allegations regarding the “Avengers” filmmaker.

Buffy star Michelle Trachtenberg claims there was a rule on set that Joss Whedon could not be alone with her

Michelle Trachtenberg has updated her statement on the accusations againstBuffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon, adding a claim that he was not allowed to be alone with her on set.On Wednesday (10 February), Buffy actor Charisma Carpenter accused Whedon of “abusing his power” on the show, calling her “fat” during her pregnancy and “unceremoniously firing” her from spin-off series Angel after she gave birth.Several of Carpenter’s co-stars, including Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy) and Trachtenberg, who played Buffy’s little sister Dawn, showed support for Carpenter. Trachtenberg also condemned Whedon’s “not appropriate behaviour” while they worked together.Updating her Instagram post, Gossip Girl star Trachtenberg wrote: “The last. Comment I will make on this. Was. There was a rule. Saying. He’s not allowed in a room alone with Michelle again.”Read more - Joss Whedon: History and timeline of allegations as Buffy stars denounce Avengers director Whedon has not yet commented on the allegations. The Independent has contacted his representative.The Buffy cast’s comments come months after Ray Fisher – who worked with Whedon on Justice League – accused the director of “gross and “abusive” behaviour on set.