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During this time, he appeared in several stage productions, including Rope at Chichester Festival Theatre's Minerva Theatre with Anthony Head, who played Wesley's predecessor Rupert Giles on Buffy.
Most likely due to his time playing a British character on Angel, Denisof was among 200 actors considered for the role of James Bond in Casino Royale, but he lost out to Daniel Craig.
His best known character, Wesley Wyndam-Pryce, was first introduced in 1999 to season 3 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer as Buffy's replacement Watcher.
Originally, Pryce was supposed to be killed off in the season 3 finale but, due to Whedon's surprise at how well he fit into the series, Alexis was given the choice about his character's fate and chose for him to live.
Denisof's character was first introduced in Buffy the Vampire Slayer season three as Buffy's replacement Watcher.
He later showed up in episode 10 of season one of Angel, and was an official main character from episode 11 (effectively replacing Doyle), appearing in 100 out of the 110 episodes of the series.
They went on to state that he was not aware, until they actually told him, that they were huge fans of his work dating back to his time on Angel. He played a voice role in the animated DC movie Justice League: Doom.
He was the fight director for a stage production of Hamlet, and in 1991 he was the fight director of The Other Side for the BBC, Romeo and Juliet, and The Soul's Dark Night.
[About his early acting experiences] I had done some very early in professional theaters in Seattle, around the age of 11, 12 and 13. So I had shown an interest in it, but I certainly didn't know at 13, when I was going away to boarding school, that that's what I wanted to do as a career.
I had worked at A Contemporary Theater in Seattle, in a few plays there like A Christmas Carol.
Beginning his career in the film industry, Denisof was the fight director for a stage production of Hamlet, and he was the fight director for the BBC's The Other Side, Romeo and Juliet, and The Soul's Dark Night.
Alexis' first lead was alongside Christopher Lee in the feature film Murder Story, where he played an investigative reporter. One of his first known works in television was on the arcade version of the video for "Got My Mind Set On You" by George Harrison.
In 1995, he landed a small part in the 1995 movie First Knight, appearing as one of Arthur's round table knights in multiple scenes with Sean Connery and Richard Gere.