She then took off in Hollywood and landed leading roles in 2000s cult films such as 'Ice Cold Angels', 'Scream 2' or 'I Know What You Did Last Summer'. It was on the set of the latter that she met her now husband, Freddie Prinze Jr., with whom she is still happy to this day. In an interview with 'Bang', the 46-year-old recently admitted how much her life on the set has shaped her: 'I was a working actress since I was a kid and I've had so much experience. I've grown up on the set and I'm infinitely grateful for how many things my job has made possible for me. Growing up with a single mother, I would never have had the chance to travel so much and see new places. Suddenly everything was possible with my job.' At the same time, the mother of two thoughtfully added that in her past she had not only experienced beautiful moments on the set: 'Some film sets I worked on were really hard. Certain behaviors were simply accepted at the time because it was good manners and considered normal.' Since the beginning of the #MeToo movement, however, work in Hollywood has come under close scrutiny. Gellar, who is currently confronting supernatural creatures as Kristin Ramsey in the series 'Wolf Pack' (which can be seen on Paramount+ and via Sky Q), said: 'Not only for the actors, but also for the film crews a lot has changed Today a production assistant can complain without fear if he has worked 18 hours straight and can no longer drive.' The likeable US star added to 'Bang': 'My motto is that mistakes are only mistakes if you don't learn from them. If a mistake happens and you learn your lessons from it, then you have gained wisdom. But that's true for any career - not just in Hollywood.'
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