Another 'Buffy' actor added to Spirit of Halloweentown lineup
Emma Caufield, who played "Anya" on the TV series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," will pose for photos with series co-star Nicholas Brendon
Fans of the 1990s and early 2000s TV series, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, will get to meet two of the shows main characters, Anya and Xander, in late October when actors who portrayed those roles visit St. Helens for Spirit of Halloweentwon.
Emma Caufield, 43, who starred as Anya in the Buffy series for five years, will join fellow actor Nicholas Brendon during an afternoon ceremony at the Columbia Courthouse Plaza on Saturday, Oct. 29, at noon.
During the final weekend of October, Caufield will also make appearances in St. Helens at ticketed photo sessions on Saturday, Oct. 29, at 1 and 2 p.m. Caufield and Brendon will host an hour-long session of private photos the same day, prior to a limited-event private dinner at 6 p.m.
In the television series, Xander played a romantic interest of Anyas, which was portrayed throughout the third-through-sixth seasons of the show, before her character was killed off.
Event planners for the Spirit of Halloweentown announced Caufields appearance through social media on Saturday, Sept. 17.
Caufield is recognized for a large body of acting work, including roles in TV series Once Upon a Time, Beverly Hills 90201 and General Hospital. The actress has had roles in films Darkness Falls and TiMER, and starred as a voice actor in the cartoon series Robot Chicken and Fantasy Hospital.
The actress was recently nominated for an Emmy for her role in an episode of the CBS series Supergirl. Tvline, an online media news outlet, confirmed earlier this month Caufield will also guest star in the CBS crime-thriller series Training Day this year.
While Caufield and Brendon have not acted together since the TV series, both have made appearances with one another at comic conventions, including the 2015 Oz Comic-Con in Australia.
Tickets to see Caufield and take personal photos with the actress can be purchased online for $25 to $45 each. Tickets for the private dinner at $150 per person can also be
purchased online at https://cityandtownevents.ticketleap.com/