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Emma Caulfield is no longer seeing any evil as reformed Buffy demon Anya

Every time Emma Caulfield is sent a new script for her series, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, she holds her breath and flips through the pages like a madwoman.  "I pray that I don't come across those dreaded words 'Anya gets her powers back.'" says Caulfield.  "That would probably be great for the show, but for me it would suck."  The actress joined the WB horror hit (Tuesdays, 9 P.M./ET) last December as the demon Anyanka, patron saint of scorned women.  The role required a four-and-a-half-hour, torso-to-head makeup job--which Caulfield calls "claustrophobic and horrific"--and a medieval wardrobe of scratchy burlap.  But then Anyanka's power amulet was destroyed and she became Anya, an 1,100-year-old, math-flunking human teenager.  "And since then, this has been the most fun I've had in my life!" she says.  "It's common knowledge on the set that I want to stay mortal."  After juggling college in the mid '90s with stinits on Beverly Hills, 90210 and General Hospital, the San Diego-born Caulfield stopped acting to focus on a degree and a career as a shrink--but the Buffy offer put that on hold.  "I have a great desire to actually do something with my brain," she says.  "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 can't rest.  Your new movie doesn't open well; they're looking for the next person to replace you; it's always something.  You'll never have true peace."  That said, the twenty-something Caulfield--who, unlike most young Tinseltown turks, is an ultraconservative--also has her eye on the chaotic world of politics: "There's a part of me that would totally drop out of the acting business and work for Liddy Dole.  Seriously.  If she ever runs for office [again], I'm there!"
    -Michael Logan

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