Hot-and-cool blonde Emma Caulfield bedeviled fans of TV's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" when she first appeared as the demon Anyanka in 1999; her popularity proved so formidable, series creator Joss Wheadon added her to the show's regular cast a season later, reborn in the form human Anya Emerson. Caulfield, who earned a degree in psychology from San Francisco State University, first regularly graced the small screen in 1995 as a recurring character on the Fox's rich-youth-soap "Beverly Hills 90210" and went on to appear regularly on the venerable daytime drama "General Hospital" (1996-1997) before landing the recurring role on "Buffy." The series gave her enough horror cred to land her the lead in the dismal (but popular) horror film "Darkness Falls" (2003).
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Appeared on the NBC Saturday teen series "Saved By the Bell"
Series regular on "Beverly Hills 90210"
Potrayed Lorraine Miller on the daytime soap "General Hospital"
Cast as Anya in "Buffy The Vampire Slayer"
Feature debut in the horror "Darkness Falls"
Co-starred with Jason Priestley in the abc family movie "I Want to Marry Ryan Banks"