On an appearance on 'The Morning' with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' star Anthony Head spoke about the allegations that have come against the show's creator Joss Whedon.

After Charisma Carpenter came forward with a lengthy statement detailing incidents with Whedon on the set of 'Buffy' and 'Angel', a number of her co-stars voiced their support of the actress.

Sarah Michelle Gellar, Michelle Trachtenberg, Amber Benson and Clare Kramer are among those who spoke out.

Trachtenberg recently added to her statement: "The last. Comment I will make on this. Was. There was a rule. Saying. He's not allowed in a room alone with Michelle again."

Anthony Head was known for playing Giles on the supernatural drama.

When asked about the "toxic atmosphere" that has been alleged in relation to 'Buffy', Head answered: "I've been up most of the night just running through my memories, thinking 'What did I miss?' And this is not a man saying 'I didn't see it so it didn't happen.'

"I'm gutted, I am seriously gutted. Because my fondest memory of 'Buffy' is the fact that it was so empowering. Not just in the words and the script, but the family feel of the show.

"I'm really sad that if people went through these experiences, that they didn't.. I was sort of like a father figure, and I would hope that someone would come to me, saying 'I'm struggling. I just had a horrible conversation.'

"Admittedly, the first post by Charisma was when she was working on 'Angel', and I was long gone. But there were other posts, subsequently that are making me think 'How on earth did I not know this was going on?'

"There are always ups and downs, and highs and lows on a show, if you're all there for a long time. People lost their tempers, but everybody loses their temper. It's not always directed at one person. I've heard people shout at the crew, we've all heard directors shouting and lead actors, recently there was a thing about a lead actor shouting at one of his crew's because he wasn't wearing a mask [Tom Cruise]. All I'm saying is there's highs and lows."

You can watch the full 'This Morning' interview here. They start talking about 'Buffy' around 3 mins 40 secs in: