Dec. 30th, 1980
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Eliza Dushku's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2012 - Ghostbusters III
2009 - Open Graves
2008 - Bottle Shock
2008 - The Alphabet Killer
2007 - On Broadway
2007 - Nobel Son
2002 - City By The Sea
2002 - The New Guy
2001 - Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
2001 - Soul Survivors
2000 - Bring It On
1995 - Bye Bye Love
1994 - True Lies
1993 - This Boy's Life
Guest TV Roles
FBI Special Agent Angela Page
Eliza Dushku (Voiced)
Herself - Guest
Eliza Dushku (born December 30, 1980) is an actress.
Eliza Dushku was discovered at the end of a five-month search throughout the United States for the perfect girl to play the lead role of Alice opposite Juliette Lewis in the film That Night (1992). Since then, she has been in several films and has worked with actors such as Robert De Niro, Ellen Barkin, Leonardo DiCaprio, Paul Reiser, and James Belushi. Born in Boston on December 30, 1980, she has studied the piano, drums, and several types of dance (jazz, tap, and ballet). Her previous acting experience includes numerous amateur presentations at the Watertown Children's Theater where she was part of the company since she was in the first grade. In addition to acting, she is sometimes seen on stage at the Children's Theater signing for the deaf.
- 'Jamie Lee Curtis' (qv) is her idol.
- Named #46 in FHM's "100 Sexiest Women in the World 2005" special supplement (2005).
- Planned to attended Suffolk University and be an English major, but she backed out at the last minute after she landed the role of Faith in _"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1997)_ (qv).
- She ranked #93 (2001) and #58 (2002) in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women.
- Was featured as #13 in Maxim Magazine's "Hot 100 of 2002" supplement. (2002)
- Has worked with both halves of the Buffy season-five bad guy Glory/Ben outside of the Buffy show: 'Clare Kramer' (qv) in _Bring It On (2000)_ (qv) and 'Charlie Weber' (qv) in _The Kiss (2003) (V)_ (qv).
- She ranked #13 (2002) in Maxim's 100 Sexiest Women.
- Was legally emancipated from her parents because of the restrictive laws that limit the hours that a minor is allowed to work.