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Encyclopedia > Angel (vampire)
Angel
Image:Angelseriesphoto.jpg
David Boreanaz as Angel
First appearance Welcome To The Hellmouth (Buffy)
Last appearance Not Fade Away (Angel)
Created by Joss Whedon
Statistics
Name Liam/Angelus/Angel
Status Undead
Species Vampire
Affiliation Servant of the Powers That Be and leader of his own crew, formerly Wolfram & Hart, Angel Investigations, Scooby Gang and Scourge of Europe
Notable powers Besides the common powers and weaknesses of vampires, he also possesses:
  • Age grants him strength, speed, stamina and resistance superior to those of other vampires.
  • Psychic link with his progeny renders him capable of experiencing their deeds during dreams and sense their presence.
  • Photographic memory.
Portrayed by David Boreanaz

Angel (born 1727 in Galway, Ireland) is a fictional character created by Joss Whedon for the television programs, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. The character is portrayed by David Boreanaz. Image File history File linksMetadata Angelseriesphoto. ... David Boreanaz in his car Boreanaz after a swim David Patrick Boreanaz (born May 16, 1969, in Buffalo, New York) is an American actor of Italian and Czech ancestry. ... Welcome to the Hellmouth (Welcome for short) is the very first episode of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ... Not Fade Away completes the arc of Angel, the series. ... Spoiler warning: Wolfram and Hart is an international and inter-dimensional fictional law firm in the television series Angel, its principal human faces being Holland Manners, Lilah Morgan, and Lindsey McDonald. ... Angel Investigations is the name of a detective agency run by the title character Angel on the WB television series Angel (a spin-off from Buffy the Vampire Slayer). ... The original Scooby Gang consists of four teenage sleuths named Fred, Daphne, Velma & Shaggy, who assisted the dog Scooby-Doo in the cartoon TV series Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! and its subsequent TV and movie sequels. ... David Boreanaz in his car Boreanaz after a swim David Patrick Boreanaz (born May 16, 1969, in Buffalo, New York) is an American actor of Italian and Czech ancestry. ... Galway (official Irish name: Gaillimh) is the only city in the province of Connacht in Ireland and capital of County Galway. ... A fictional character is any person who appears in a work of fiction. ... Joss Whedon Joss Hill Whedon (born June 23, 1964) is a writer, director, executive producer, and creator of several television series, most famously Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel and Firefly. ... Buffy the Vampire Slayer was a U.S. television series loosely based on the original script for the 1992 movie of the same name. ... Angel was the highly successful spin-off from the American television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ... David Boreanaz in his car Boreanaz after a swim David Patrick Boreanaz (born May 16, 1969, in Buffalo, New York) is an American actor of Italian and Czech ancestry. ...

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Biography

Character History

Angel was born as Liam, to an Irish merchant, in 1727. By 1753, at the age of 26, he had developed a taste for alcohol, women and sloth. Though not an evil man, Liam was a hedonist whose only real ambition lay in seeing the world. For the lazy Irishman that seemed a laughable dream, especially after he was expelled from his father's household, but he had caught the eye of an affluent "woman"--actually a vampire--named Darla. She lured him into an alley, and, promising him a world full of excitement and travel, transformed him into a vampire. Hedonism is a word used to describe any way of thinking that gives pleasure a central role. ... Darla Darla is a fictional character in the U.S. television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, played by Julie Benz. ...


The loss of his soul combined with his new demonic nature meant Liam no longer possessed any restraint over his darker impulses. On the night he rose from his grave, and in response to Darla's claim that he could have anyone in the village, he set about slaughtering the entire community. When he came to slaughter his own family, he found no problem in entering, his little sister inviting him in without hesitation or suspician. Before killing his father, he would tell him mockingly, "[My sister] thought that I'd returned to her. An angel. She was wrong."


For generations, Darla and Angelus terrorized humankind, murdering and torturing anyone who crossed their path. Angelus sired the vampires Penn (who indulged his blood lust by becoming a serial killer), and Drusilla, a young woman driven insane by Angelus before he finally sired her. Drusilla in turn sired Spike, for whom Angelus largely served as a mentor and "role model." Spike would go so far as to call the elder vampire his "Yoda". Drusilla (born in 1830 in London, England) is a fictional character created by Joss Whedon for the cult television programs, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. ... William Pratt (born 1860 in London, England), better known as Spike, is a fictional character created by Joss Whedon for the cult television programs, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. ... The Jedi Master known as Yoda (896 BBY–4 ABY), voiced by Frank Oz, is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ...


Re-ensoulment

In 1898, Angelus slew the favorite daughter of a tribe of gypsies, the Kalderash Clan. To avenge her death, they cursed him by restoring his human soul, thus afflicting him with a conscience and condemning him to an eternity of remorse and guilt. Now Angelus was forced to watch as Angel sought redemption, a unique form of torture for both personalities. Though he did not know it, if he ever escaped his torment and achieved even a moment of perfect happiness, the curse would no longer hold and his soul would be taken from him once again.


A shadow of his former self, a reclusive and emotionally tortured Angelus eventually met a demon named Whistler in 1996, who persuaded him to join the fight against the evil that had corrupted him and to help the newly called Vampire Slayer, Buffy Summers. When he and Buffy finally met in Sunnydale, CA, he introduced himself not as Angelus, but as Angel. Max Perlich as Whistler Whistler was a demon with the duty of maintaining the balance between good and evil in the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ... Buffy Anne Summers is the title fictional character in the film Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the television program of the same name. ...


Over time, Buffy and Angel fell in love. Though they tried to deny their feelings, they could not resist the passion growing between them. When they finally consummated their relationship, Angel experienced the one moment of pure happiness needed to break his curse. Without the humanity and conscience that was instilled by his soul, Angel quickly returned to his former, evil self.


After Angel transformed back into Angelus, he allied himself again with Spike and Drusilla, who had recently settled in Sunnydale. Angelus found emense pleasure in psychologically tormenting Buffy and her friends. He went on to kill Jenny Calendar, who had been a core member of Buffy's group, just after she had managed to successfully decipher the lost Gypsy curse which would restore Angelus' soul. He then attempted to awaken the demon Acathla in an attempt to bring about the apocalypse. Buffy, however, was determined to stop him despite their deeply emotional history. Fighting him in one-on-one combat, Buffy was able to overcome Angelus, but before Acathla consumed him, Angel was cursed again by Buffy's friend and comrad Willow Rosenburg, his soul restored moments before Buffy had to kill him and, in doing so, save the world. Robia LaMorte as Jenny Calendar Jenny Calendar is a fictional character in the television series, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, played by Robia LaMorte. ... Acathla Acathla was a powerful demon brought forth long ago to suck the world into hell with a single breath. ... Willow Danielle Rosenberg (born in 1980 in Sunnydale, California) is a fictional character created by Joss Whedon for the cult television program, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ...


Los Angeles

Less than a year later, Angel was unexpectedly released from Hell, reappearing in his mansion in a feral state. Buffy aided him in secret, fostering his rehabilitation. Having regained his senses, Angel realized that his return from hell was not accidental, and that he must be meant to serve some higher purpose. He made the difficult decision to leave Sunnydale and Buffy, in an effort to protect them both and lend whatever normalcy to Buffy's chaotic life he could. He then moved to Los Angeles, where he would attempt to redeem himself in the service of others. He found support from Doyle, a half-demon sent by The Powers That Be, and Cordelia Chase, a former classmate of Buffy's who had moved to LA for quite the opposite reason of Angel, to find wealth and fame. The trio formed Angel Investigations, a shoe-string operation with the mission statement of protecting those who cannot defend themselves and helping lost souls find their way. Sunnydale, California is the fictional suburban setting for the popular television drama Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ... Allen Francis Doyle (born in 1970 in Dublin, Ireland, died in 1999 in Los Angeles, California) is a fictional character created by Joss Whedon for the cult television program, Angel. ... The Powers That Be is a euphemism for the enigmatic and ancient forces that assist the side of good in the WB television series Angel. ... Cordelia Chase (born May 22, 1981 in Sunnydale, California, died in 2004 in Los Angeles) is a fictional character created by Joss Whedon for the cult television programs, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. ...


Doyle, Angel's trusted friend and sole connection to the Powers, soon lost his life in the line of duty, leading Angel to become even more protective of those he held dear. Wesley Wyndam-Pryce, who had briefly served as Watcher to both Buffy and Faith in Sunnydale, arrived in LA working as a "rogue demon hunter," but stayed to assist Angel and Cordelia in their mission. A few months later, they were joined by life-long demon-fighter Charles Gunn. The AI Team also enlisted the help of demon karoke bar-owner Lorne, known initially only as The Host, an Anagogic demon who could read the futures of humans and demons when they sang. Wesley Wyndham-Price (born in London, England) is a fictional character created by Joss Whedon and introduced by Douglas Petrie for the cult television programs, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. ... Faith Lehane (born December 14, 1980 in Boston, Massachusetts) is a fictional character created by Joss Whedon for the cult television programs Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. ... Charles Gunn (born in Los Angeles, California) is a fictional character created by Joss Whedon and introduced by Garry Campbell for the cult television program, Angel. ... Krevlornswath Lorne Of The Deathwok Clan (born in Pylea), also known as The Host, is a fictional character created by Joss Whedon for the cult television program, Angel. ...


As Angel continued to help the helpless in Los Angeles, his good deeds began to disrupt the plans of evil inter-dimensional law firm Wolfram & Hart. In an attempt to control him, W&H resurrected his sire and former-lover, Darla, but brought her back as human rather than vampire. W&H then brought forth Drusilla, who turned Darla into a vampire once again, causing Angel to feel that he had failed to save her. He then fired his crew and embarked on a bitter, ruthless vendetta against W&H (going as far as consciously allowing the murder of a very large group of W&H employees) and the newly reunited Darla and Drusilla. In a moment of perfect despair, Angel attempted to remove his soul by having sex with Darla, but instead found a moment of clarity following the desperate act, realizing his purpose was still for good. Horrified at Angel's epiphany, Darla fled Los Angeles. After a difficult reconciliation that involved Wesley taking over the official position of leader for the group, the AI team then found themselves transported to Lorne's home universe, Pylea. Eventually they returned with a new team member, Winifred Burkle, in tow and to the news that the love of Angel's life, Buffy, had died. Spoiler warning: Wolfram and Hart is an international and inter-dimensional fictional law firm in the television series Angel, its principal human faces being Holland Manners, Lilah Morgan, and Lindsey McDonald. ... Winifred Fred Burkle (born in 1978 in Dallas, Texas, died in 2004 in Los Angeles, California) is a fictional character created by Joss Whedon and introduced by Shawn Ryan for the cult television program, Angel. ...


Despite Buffy's miraculous resurrection a few months later, Angel found that his previously platonic love for Cordelia had grown to be romantic. Before he had a chance to confess his feelings, however, Darla returned, pregnant with his son, to be named Connor. False prophecies, time travellers and betrayal led to Angel losing his infant son to an old enemy, Holtz, who abducted Connor soon after his birth, taking him to a hell dimension where time moves differently. When Connor returned months later, he was a young man who was raised by Holtz to believe that Angel was a soulless monster. Connor vowed to make Angel pay for the suffering he had once caused and he acted out his retribution by sending him to the bottom of the ocean in a steel coffin. As that last event was occuring, Cordelia ascended to a higher plane, the feelings shared between her and Angel still left unspoken. Connor also known as Stephen Franklin Thomas Holtz and Connor Reilly, is a fictional character created by Joss Whedon for the television program Angel. ...


Rescued by Wesley from his watery prison, Angel's relationship with Connor was strained. It was complicated further by the return of an amnesiac Cordelia. When an epically powerful demon known only as the Beast arrived and began an attempt to bring forth an apocalypse, Angel's worst fears were realized when he had to strip himself of his soul and revert to his evil alter ego in order to defeat it. Angelus did indeed overcome the beast, and was also deft enough to realize that the Beast was a mere "flunkie" serving an even deeper evil. Although he was momentarily free to wreak a little havoc of his own, Angel was recaptured and re-ensouled with the help of Faith (who almost died in her quest to capture Angelus) and Willow. After his soul was restored, Angel figured out that the enemy he was battling was a little closer to home than the group had previously considered, realizing that whatever the Beast's "boss" was, it was using Cordelia's body to carry out its plans. After battling and defeating the divine being known as Jasmine, Angel was offered the L.A. branch of W&H on the grounds that he ended world peace, despite the fact that "world peace" meant no free will and the sacrifice of thousands of lives at the hands of Jasmine, who had to literally devour people to stay alive. Angel acted against all of his instincts and made a deal with his sworn enemy, in exchange for W&H erasing Connor’s memories and giving him a normal life. Willow Danielle Rosenberg (born in 1982 in Sunnydale, California) is a fictional character created by Joss Whedon for the cult television program, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ... Jasmine was a fictional character on the television series Angel. ...


Angel's year spent running W&H was one marred with challenge and self-doubt. Trying to battle evil from within the belly of the beast proved to be more difficult than even imagined, with the lines of good and evil becoming ever more grey with every action taken.


Shortly after Angel assumed control of the law firm, matters were further complicated when Spike appeared as a ghost, emerging from a familiar amulet sent to Angel in the mail. Sharing a complicated history of murder and mayhem, they had spent more than a century as rivals in everything. Now both possessing souls, and both still in love with Buffy, they had evolved into very different heroes in the war against evil. Forced to co-exist, they waged a protracted, insidious battle of wits, ending when they finally came to an understanding and acceptance of their unique brotherhood on their journey to redemption.


Angel finally understood that he would never be able to completely stop the forces of evil, but that he could sever the Senior Partners' hold on Earth (which, if continued, would give them the power to, seemingly successfully, bring forth the Apocalypse). Together with his comrades, Angel set into motion his final stand against the forces of evil, walking bravely into a battle where some fall and the final outcome for others is unclear. Look up Apocalypse in Wiktionary, the free dictionary Apocalypse (Greek: αποκαλυψις, disclosure), is a term applied to the disclosure to certain privileged persons of something hidden from the mass of humankind. ...


Powers & Abilities

Angel possesses a variety of super-human abilities. His talents may be divided into three main categories: physical, sensory, and mental. He is also skilled in a number of different areas.


Angel’s entire physiology is of superhuman quality. His strength, though ill-defined, is far beyond that of normal humans: he can punch through wooden walls, leap fifteen feet straight up, rip apart bicycle chains, and so forth. His motor skills and reflexes far surpass those of humans. His durability is also impressive; he once jumped down from a four-story rooftop without sustaining any apparent injury, and has described being shot as feeling “like a bee sting.” Nonetheless, Angel is not indestructible. He has all the vulnerabilities of a Buffyverse vampire: direct sunlight, a stake through the heart, and decapitation would all kill him. In addition, certain objects of religious significance to Christians — specifically Bibles, crosses, and holy water — can burn his flesh. He can be rendered unconscious by poisons and tranquilizers, though he has survived dosages that would be fatal to a human.


At least two of Angel’s senses — his smell and hearing — are also superhumanly acute. On many occasions he has tracked people through the streets (or even sewers) of Los Angeles by smell alone; his olfactory talents are apparently superior to dogs, as he does not need to sniff the ground to track in this manner. Like all Buffyverse vampires, Angel can also smell fear. His hearing is so sensitive that he once was able to eavesdrop on a conversation happening in the lobby of a hotel while confined in the hotel’s basement. His sight may also be of superhuman quality, though this is less certain; he has been noticed using night-vision goggles, for instance. It is not clear whether his senses of touch and taste are enhanced the way his smell and hearing are (though it is implied in the episode I Will Remember You that Angel can taste very little, if anything at all, while he is a vampire).


Angel possesses at least two superhuman cognitive abilities. One is a photographic memory; he is able to recall visual impressions in great detail and fidelity. (It is unclear whether this ability is unique to Angel; it is possible that he possessed it as a human being and it carried over into his unlife.) Angel also possesses a “psychic connection” to vampires he has sired, causing him to experience their activities as dreams, though this ability isn't as developed contexually


Angel is a highly skilled combatant. Generally he prefers to fight unarmed, using a style that seems to blend several different disciplines and to take advantage of his superhuman strength and speed. However, he has mastered many varieties of weapons, favoring the broadsword and axe. As Angelus, he once demonstrated proficiency with a shotgun; it’s not clear whether Angel’s ensouled persona also possesses this skill. His arguably greatest asset as a combatant is his self-confidence and determination.


Angel vs. Angelus

The majority of the above assumes that Angel and Angelus are separate beings (the former being a human soul, and the latter being a demon), yet the decision of the writers to make distinct separations between the characters for Season Four was seen as a violation of continuity by some fans. Though the early episodes of Buffy had human characters frequently referencing that upon one's turning into a vampire:


"You die, and a demon sets up shop in your old home. It walks like you and it talks like you - but it's not you."


All previous Seasons of Buffy and Angel had the relationship between Angelus and Angel far more intertwined, with Angelus frequently referred to (and referring to himself) as "Angel" during Seasons 1 and 2 of Buffy. It would seem that even before he was ensoulled, "Angel" was something of an 'affectionate' nickname that Angelus was known by. Similarly, Angel had almost always referred to things undertaken by Angelus as "his" crimes.


This, in addition to the fact that Rupert Giles, a Watcher well versed in vampire lore, still held Angel responsible for his deeds as Angelus, has led some fans to believe that the "demonic possession" line (always touted by humans), is actually mythology perpetuated by the Watcher's Council so as to remove any moral objection to the Slayer's role as "vampire executioner." However, Giles' holding Angel responsible for the actions of Angelus may be more due to his own personal involvement than anything else. Rupert Giles is a fictional character created by Joss Whedon for the television program, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ... There are a number of uses for the term Watcher: The Watchers are the fallen angels of the Bible and the Book of Enoch, who fell to earth in the days of Jared in Genesis, instead falling to Hell. ...


Further evidence for this theory developed with the handling of Spike's character arc, which implied that a soul was not the "person" but rather just that person's humanity and conscience. Suggesting that Angel and Angelus are not different beings, but rather opposing egos of the same person. Darla also makes the statement that Angelus' evil was innate, suggesting that Liam initially had a far greater potential for darkness than was first apparent.


Angel:"...there is no guilt, there is no torment, no consequences... It's pure. I remember what that was like. Sometimes I miss that clarity." Cordy: "But not the trying to kill your friends and family part, right? Just checking!" (Episode 1.21 "Blind Date")


Cordy: "What I remember when I was a higher being... I remember seeing you. Your past. When you were Angelus. Angel: I've never tried to hide who I was. Or what I've done. You already knew. Cordy: Knowing's different than living it. When I was up there, I could look back and see everyting you did as Angelus. More than see. I felt it. Not just their fear and pain. I felt you. And how much you enjoyed making them suffer... (Episode 4.07 "Apocalypse, Nowish")


In the context of the primary theme of the Angel series, redemption, this makes the most sense, which is possibly the reason for the writers returning to the "blurred" relationship between Angel/Angelus in Angel Season Five.


Therefore, some fans consider it best to think of Angel and Angelus as different sides of the same person - rather than thinking of one as "the Demon" and the other as "the Soul". When ensoulled, the ego that has come to be known as "Angel" is dominant, without his soul he reverts to his Angelus persona - but they are both "him". This is also supported by the fact that the different egos do battle for Angel's mind before his soul has been restored.


Other fans prefer the view that they are indeed separate beings, but due to having a single shared memory, have strong feelings of having been the other at the times when the other was dominant.


Although Angelus' bodycount was vast, his capacity for psychological intimidation was not substantially above contemporary real-life serial killers. He also had a weakness in that he was prone to excessive talking, and had a need to attempt to psychologically destroy his victims before physically killing them. This sometimes gave potential victims time to either possibly escape or attempt to counter attack.


Romantic Interests

  • Darla
  • Drusilla
  • Spike — "I was never intimate with Angel... except for that one time."
  • Buffy Summers
  • Cordelia Chase
  • Rebecca Lowell
  • Nina Ash
  • Eve — a one-time encounter at Wolfram & Hart's Halloween party. She remarked, "It's not as if this is the first time I've had sex under mystical influence. I went to UC Santa Cruz."

The University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC or UC Santa Cruz) is a coeducational public university located in Santa Cruz, California, USA. It is one of the ten campuses of the University of California, and ranked by US News as the twenty-eighth best public university in the nation. ...

Appearances

Angel has appeared in:


Buffy the Vampire Slayer — Angel became a series regular in the show's second and third seasons, although he did not appear in Inca Mummy Girl. He appeared in 56 episodes in all, including guest appearances in the episodes: Buffy the Vampire Slayer was a U.S. television series loosely based on the original script for the 1992 movie of the same name. ... Inca Mummy Girl is an episode of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer Plot synopsis Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details about some or all of the Whedonverse productions (Buffy, Angel, Fray, etc. ...

Angel — As the star of the series, Angel appeared in all 110 episodes of five seasons. Welcome to the Hellmouth (Welcome for short) is the very first episode of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ... The Harvest is the continuation of the first episode of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ... Teachers Pet is an episode of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer that centers on Xander. ... Never Kill a Boy on the First Date is an episode of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer in which Buffy gets to go on her first date. ... Angel is the seventh episode in the first season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ... This page is a candidate for speedy deletion. ... Plot Synopsis ‹The template below has been proposed for deletion. ... Pangs is the eighth episode of season 4 of the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ... The Yoko Factor is the 20th episode of season 4 of the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ... Fool for Love is the seventh episode of season 5 of the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ... Forever is the 17th episode of season 5 of the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ... End of Days is the 21st episode of seventh and final season of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer that sets everything up for the final battle. ... Chosen is the 22nd episode of the 7th and final season of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and is the series finale. ... Angel was the highly successful spin-off from the American television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ...


Trivia

  • In the Angel season three episode Carpe Noctem, in which Angel was victim of a bodyswitch, he was played by Rance Howard.
  • Angel has a tattoo on his shoulder-blade of a griffin, with the letter 'A' underneath it. [1]
  • The first time Angel was planned on losing his soul, Joss Whedon was doubtful of David Boreanaz being capable of portraying the cruelty of Angelus.

Angel was the highly successful spin-off from the American television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ... Carpe Noctem is episode 4 of season 3 of the television show Angel. ... Rance Howard (b. ... A tattoo is a design or marking made by the insertion of a pigment into punctures or cuts in the skin. ... Left scapula - front view () Left scapula - rear view () In anatomy, the scapula, or shoulder blade, is the bone that connects the humerus (arm bone) with the clavicle (collar bone). ... Roman griffin, Turkey The griffin (also spelled gryphon, gryphen, griffon, griffen, or gryphin) is a legendary creature with the body of a lion and the head of an eagle with the addition of prominent ears, traditionally termed asss ears. The female has the wings of an eagle. ...

See also

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Complete Second Season, DVD collection Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a U.S. television series loosely based on the 1992 movie of the same name. ... This article or section contains information that has not been verified and thus might not be reliable. ...

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