Emma Caulfield Height and Weight
Emma Caulfield Weight?
124 lbs or 56 kg
Emma Caulfield Height?
5′ 5″ (165 cm)
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Emma Caulfield horoscope – Aries
Date Of Birth (Birthday)
8 April 1973, San Diego, California, USA
Emma Caulfield is an American actress.
Emma Caulfield Quotes
I was in London during my first sci-fi convention for “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” (1997) and I was at the local bar, having a drink, writing in my journal, and this woman came up to me and said, “Do you want a drink? I said, “No, thank you. She pushed it a couple of times, and each time I said, “No, really I’m fine. Then she turned really cold, looked at me and said, “Someday these conventions will be your only outlet. I was like, wow, thanks, peace out, OK. [February 2, 2003]
[asked to name her most prized possession:] My cats. Bjorn and Brian Dennehy. They’re Abyssinian. They’re amazing, they’re really like dogs. I actually went to a psychic once, and she said, ‘You have two cats.’ And I said, ‘Yes, I do.’ And she said, ‘Yeah, there’s one in particular, he’s brown, he’s a deep thinker, that cat.’ So every time I see Bjorn staring into the fire, I’m like, ‘Are you having deep thoughts, Bjorn?'” [February 2, 2003]
[about her last day on the “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” (1997) set:] It was that sense that everything is coming to an end, like high school when you’re about to graduate — you really start taking notice of everyone, and noticing your surroundings. Especially when they start destroying sets that are no longer in use. Like, ‘Oh my God, that used to be Xander’s apartment, now it’s just floors and a wall!’ The last day, I really didn’t think I was gonna cry at all. But as soon as they said: ‘That’s a show wrap for Emma Caulfield!’, I cried. I cried once, and that was it. I woke up the next morning like, ‘OK, what’s next?'” [May 21, 2003]
[about the character she played in Darkness Falls (2003)] She’s the complete opposite of Anya. She’s a sexually repressed, small-town schoolteacher – with a bombshell body, but you wouldn’t know it because she hides it with layers. It’s symptomatic of what’s going on in her life. [February 2, 2003]
I don’t know that I want to act 15 years from now. I mean, I love the process of acting, but not the masochism. No matter how successful you get in Hollywood, you cannot rest. Your new movie doesn’t open well; they’re looking for the next person to replace you; it’s always something. You never have true peace.
I’m a ridiculous sci-fi fan. In fact, I admit it freely; my manager is horrified. I just recently bought seasons two through five of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” (1987) on DVD. And I’ve watched all the episodes, half on the plane and a few of them as I was going to sleep last night. There’s something about sci-fi that’s comforting. [February 2, 2003]
I don’t think I will ever get to play a character like Anya ever again. It was such a cultural phenomenon, and so well written.