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|Location:||Los Angeles, California; formerly Sunnydale, California; formerly England|
|Known relatives:||Roger Wyndam-Pryce (father); Geoffrey Wyndam-Pryce (grandfather)|
|1st appearance:||"Bad Girls"|
|Final:||"Not Fade Away"|
Wesley Wyndam-Pryce is a supporting character featured in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel television programs. Played by actor Alexis Denisof, he was introduced in the season three episode of Buffy, "Bad Girls". Wesley appeared in eight episodes from season three of the show and one episode from season four before making the jump to the Buffy spin-off series, Angel. On Angel, Wesley made recurring guest appearances in season one of the show, but became a series regular with season two. In total, he appeared in 101 episodes of the series.
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- The character of Wesley Wyndam-Pryce was created by director Michael Lange and screenwriter Douglas Petrie based on concepts originally developed by Joss Whedon.
- Wesley's final canonical appearances was in the Angel series finale "Not Fade Away". Although the character was killed off, he did return as a ghost and the caretaker of the White Room at Wolfram & Hart in the Angel: After the Fall comic book series by IDW Publishing. However, as the Angel comic was published by IDW and the canonical Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season Eight comic was published by Dark Horse Comics, the events of Angel: After the Fall do not coincide with the official internal history of the franchise.
- Wesley and Winifred Burkle both have names that begin with the letter "W". They also both have fathers who are named Roger.
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