Emma Caulfield is known for memorable roles on some of the biggest television hits of the 90’s and 2000’s. Caulfield was first notice by television fans for her role on the long running Fox soap, “Beverly Hills, 90210” as the girlfriend to Jason Priestley’s Brandon Walsh character, Susan Keats. Caulfield’s run on the series lasted for thirty episodes and eventually lead to her most famous recurring television role.
Fans of Joss Whedon’s beloved television series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” will recognize Caulfield as a demon known as Anyanka who went by the human name Anya Jenkins. The character, who has predilection for wreaking havoc upon men who had wronged women made her, immediately connected with audiences so much so that her role was originally expanded from a brief run to a long standing regular who even made an appearance in the much lauded series finale. Following the end of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” Caulfield next landed her first major starring role in a feature film with the horror hit, 2003’s “Darkness Falls.”
Caulfield followed up the success of her feature film debut with turns on shows such as “Monk,” “Robot Chicken,” “Private Practice,” “Prime Suspect” and “Once Upon a Time,” for which she received much praised for her turn as the Blind Witch from Hansel and Gretel. Capitalizing on the wave of streaming internet content, Caulfield made available the satire, “Bandwagon” as well as its 12-part sequel web series on You Tube. Caulfield can next be seen in the soon to be released feature film “America Is Still The Place.”