Felicia Day on Creating the Hit Web Comedy 'The Guild'

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Felicia Day may not be a household name – yet -- but to many actors and gamers she is an inspiration.  Her acting TV acting credits include Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Syfy channel show, Eureka, but Day is most known for creating, writing and starring of the hit web comedy The Guild. She also played the love interest of Neil Patrick Harris in Joss Whedon's web series Dr. Horrible's Sing a-Long Blog. The Guild premiered in 2007 and just ran its fifth season. In that time, it's had 120 million views. Now, Day and her producing partner have just launched a new game, Dragon Age: Redemption -- associated with the video game of the same name -- further solidifying her place in the singular world of gamer/actress/Internet entrepreneur.

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