Michele Abrams started off her acting career with a small part in the 1990 horror movie "Troll 2," which is often ranked as the worst film of all time, and despite its title had no connection to the 1986 film "Troll." From that inauspicious debut, she went on to appear in two more roles later that year, on the sitcom "The Fanelli Boys," and the TV movie "My Life as a Babysitter," where she enjoyed a starring role. From there, she appeared on television three more times the next year. She was a guest star on the teen sitcom "Parker Lewis Can't Lose"; on Aaron Spelling's hit teen-drama "Beverly Hills, 90210"; and in the made-for-TV movie "Nightmare in Columbia County," where she once again starred, this time as real-life murder victim Shari Smith. 1992 marked her big-screen debut. That year, she appeared in two films, the vampire comedy "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," where she played a friend of the title character, and the animation-meets-live-action comedy "Cool World," where she appeared alongside Brad Pitt and Gabriel Byrne. Her most recent film role came in 1994, when she had a small part in the comedy "Junior," which starred Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito. From there, she went to appear on TV series such as "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman," crime drama "The Marshal," and the TV movie "Replacing Dad."