How Some Popular TV Show Actors Changed From When They First Appeared Till Now
6Jesse Pinkman from ‘Breaking Bad’
Played by Aaron Paul and written spectacularly by the show’s Jesse’s character arc is one of the best parts of the show. Both Walter and Jesse start from nothing and reach the heights they always dreamed of but they never seem to catch a break. By the end, the state we see Jesse in makes us happy to see the final joy on his face as he races to freedom.
7Fox Mulder from ‘The X-Files’
The show was best known for its iconic theme music but the character was also able to win the hearts of viewers. Since we were first introduced to Fox Mulder played by David Duchovny in the first episode of season one we fell in love with him. He was supposed to represent the audience watching the show as a person who believes in the unknown extraterrestrials but is made fun of for his beliefs.
8Dana Scully from ‘The X-Files’
Dana Scully played by the beautiful and talented Gillian Anderson was meant to represent the people who don’t believe in extraterrestrial life. For the first seven seasons she was shown to be a skeptic and a perfect representation of people who debunk UFO videos with logical explanations. She later becomes a believer and realizes there is life out there.
9Buffy Anne Summers from ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’
Even though she was first seen in the movie ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ in 1992, Sarah Michelle Gellar continued to play the character in the TV show of the same name. In both the movie and TV show, Buffy is just your typical average American girl who is a cheerleader and can kill vampires, demons, and the forces of darkness.
10Angel from ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’
For most of the show’s runtime, Angel played by David Boreanaz was the love interest of the main protagonist Buffy. It was a complicated relationship as Buffy was destined to kill vampires and demons while Angel was a vampire himself. Unlike the other vampires on the show, Angel has a human soul and turned on his kind to help Buffy.