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Caulfield, Emma 1973(?)–

Caulfield, Emma 1973(?)–

(Emma Caufield)


Original name, Emma Chukker; born April 8, 1973 (some sources cite 1972), in San Diego, CA; mother, a professional singer; divorced. Education: Attended University of California, Los Angeles; San Francisco State University, graduated; trained at American School in Switzerland, London. Politics: Republican. Avocational Interests: Animal rights activities, gardening.

Addresses: Agent—Stephen LaManna, Innovative Artists, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Manager—Ellen Drantch-Billet, James/Levy/Jacobson, 3500 West Olive Ave., Suite 1470, Burbank, CA 91505.

Career: Actress, singer, and producer.

Awards, Honors: Golden Satellite Award, best television ensemble cast (with others), International Press Academy, 2001, Golden Satellite Award nomination, best supporting actress in a dramatic television series, 2003, and Saturn Award, Cinescape female face of the future, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, 2003, all for Buffy the Vampire Slayer; Maverick Award, 2004; award from Newport Beach Film Festival.


Television Appearances; Series:

Susan Keats, Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1995–96.

Lorraine Miller, General Hospital, ABC, 1996–97.

Anya Emmerson/Anyanka, Buffy the Vampire Slayer (also known as Buffy and Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Series), The WB, 1999–2001, UPN, 2001–2003.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Charlie Morton, I Want to Marry Ryan Banks, ABC Family Channel, 2004.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Beth, "Who Killed the Beauty Queen?," Burke's Law, CBS, 1994.

Nurse Brady, "Blood Money," Saved by the Bell: The New Class, NBC, 1994.

Cindy, "Teen Angel," Renegade, USA Network and syndicated, 1994.

Ray Washburn, "Champagne on Ice," Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1995.

Phoebe Hale, "What Genie?," Weird Science, USA Network, 1995.

Kate Donner, "Guilt by Association," Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1997.

Jill Sutton, "Live Shot," Nash Bridges, CBS, 1998.

Anya Emmerson/Anyanka, "The Wish," Buffy the Vampire Slayer (also known as Buffy and Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Series), The WB, 1998.

Guest, The Triple J Breakfast Show, 2001.

Guest, Howard Stern, E! Entertainment Television, 2003.

Guest, Total Request Live (also known as TRL), MTV, 2003.

Guest, RI:SE, Channel 4 (England), 2003.

Guest, Sunrise Television, 2003.

TV with Bite, Sky, 2003.

(As Emma Caufield) Meredith Preminger, "Mr. Monk and the Girl Who Cried Wolf," Monk, USA Network, 2004.

Also guest in an episode of The Test, FX Network.

Television Appearances; Specials:

VH1 Rock across America, VH1, 2000.

Interviewee, Buffy's Back, E! Entertainment Television, 2001.

E! Wild on Resorts, E! Entertainment Television, 2002.

Interviewee, TV's Most Memorable Weddings, NBC, 2003.

The Making of "Darkness Falls," FX Channel, 2003.

Interviewee, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2003.

Film Appearances:

Caitlin "Cat" Greene, Darkness Falls (also known as Don't Peek and The Tooth Fairy), Columbia, 2003.

Herself, Bandwagon, 2004.

Film Work:

Co-executive producer, Bandwagon, 2004.

Radio Appearances:

Guest, Zero G Show, RRR (Australia), 2003.

Guest, Fox to the Rescue, 2003.

Stage Appearances:

Appeared as ghost, The Ghost Senada, La Jolla Village Theatre, La Jolla, CA; and as Catherine, Pippin, Tassis Theatre, London.



Alloy, July, 2000.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer, June, 2001, pp. 24-31; April, 2003, pp. 20-25; June, 2004, pp. 22-27.

Cult Times, October, 1999.

Dreamwatch, June, 2000; March, 2001.

Fangoria, January, 2003; March, 2003; April, 2003.

FHM, May, 2001; March, 2002; July, 2002; June, 2003, p. 116.

Monster Book, August, 2000.

Premiere, February, 2003, p. 29.

Seventeen, February, 2003.

SFX, September, 2002.

Starburst, September, 2002.

TV Guide, December 25, 1999, p. 9; March 13, 2000; September 25, 2000.

TV Zone, April, 2003, pp. 14-19.

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