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Buffy Vet Emma Caulfield Snags Training Day Guest Stint

Onetime Buffy the Vampire Slayer demon Emma Caulfield has booked a guest stint on CBS’ midseason crime-thriller Training Day, TVLine has learned exclusively.

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The actress, who last season dropped by then-CBS drama Supergirl as FBI agent Cameron Chase, will appear in an early Season 1 episode as Lauren, a warm, sympathetic single mom who spent the last nine years raising her young daughter alone and in hiding after her husband (Cougar Town‘s Brian Van Holt) went to jail for killing a man in self defense. When a natural disaster forces Lauren out into the open, her hubby must break out of prison in order to save their lives.

Caulfield is coming off a recurring stint on Once Upon a Time, where she appeared in seven episodes as the Blind Witch.

Training Day picks up 15 years after the events of the 2001 Denzel Washington-Ethan Hawke film and centers on about an idealistic young police officer (Chicago P.D.‘s Justin Cornwell) who is appointed to an elite squad of the LAPD where he is partnered with a seasoned, morally ambiguous detective (Big Love‘s Bill Paxton).

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4 Comments
  1. iPortman says:

    Technically, she was ‘TWO’-time Buffy the Vampire Slayer demon… #JustSaying

  2. Nick says:

    I love her, just wish she could find a project worthy of her talent.

    • Phil says:

      Seconded! Or, at least a show that doesn’t cut her out of two-shots (what was up with that, Once? Cruella and Anya running the underworld was an idea made of win – not one to throwaway!).

  3. QueenB says:

    I love her. She’s a talented actress I loved her recent stint on Once Upon A Time she deserves a leading role