Eliza Dushku

Eliza Dushku

Highest Rated: 88% Batman: Year One (2011)

Lowest Rated: 4% Soul Survivors (2000)

Birthday: Dec 30, 1980

Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Best known to TV audiences for her role as Faith on the WB Network's Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Eliza Dushku also has a number of films to her name. Dushku, who made her film debut starring opposite Juliette Lewis in the 1992 period drama That Night, began acting professionally when she was barely in her teens. Born of Albanian-Danish descent in Boston, MA, on December 30, 1980, Dushku grew up the youngest sibling of three older brothers. Following her debut in That Night, which cast her as a young girl who becomes infatuated with the rebellious teen who lives across the street, the young actress did supporting work in This Boy's Life (1993) and played the daughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jamie Lee Curtis in True Lies (1994). In 1998 Dushku got one of her biggest breaks to date when she was cast as troubled slayer Faith on Buffy. Although Faith was only meant to appear in a handful of episodes, the show's creators liked Dushku enough to make Faith a recurring character, and also featured her on Angel, Buffy's spin-off. Dushku had perhaps her most successful big-screen role to date in Bring It On (2000), a high-school comedy that cast her as Kirsten Dunst's reluctant but tough fellow cheerleader. The film was one of the summer's biggest money-earners, and Dushku, unsurprisingly, was soon busy with a number of new film projects. Included amongst them were Soul Survivor (2001), a teen horror movie that also featured Casey Affleck and Wes Bentley, and The New Guy (2001), another comedy about the horrors of high school life.She starred in the TV series Tru Calling beginning in 2003, and continued to try and make headway into a movie career with projects like Wrong Turn, Nobel Son, and Bottle Shock.In 2009 she reteamed with Joss Whedon for the TV series Dollhouse, but it failed to build the same devoted audience as Buffy. Once Dollhouse ended, Dushku worked extensively doing voice-over work in animated series (including the role of Catwoman in Batman: Year One) and guest starring on shows like White Collar and The Big Bang Theory.


Highest Rated Movies



31% Mapplethorpe Producer 2019
11% Eloise Pia Carter 2017
No Score Yet The Saint Patricia Holm 2017
No Score Yet The Saint Patricia Holm 2017
38% Jane Wants a Boyfriend Bianca 2016
50% The Scribbler Silk 2014
No Score Yet Jay & Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie Actor 2013
No Score Yet Dear Albania Director Actor 2012
No Score Yet Catwoman Actor 2011
88% Batman: Year One Catwoman 2011
No Score Yet Locked In Renee 2010
No Score Yet Open Graves Erica 2009
25% Nobel Son City Hall $0.4M 2008
No Score Yet On Broadway Lena Wilson 2008
13% The Alphabet Killer Megan Paige 2008
48% Bottle Shock Joe $4M 2008
No Score Yet The Coverup Monica Wright 2008
9% Sex and Breakfast Renee 2007
No Score Yet The Last Supper Actor 2006
No Score Yet Zoe Actor 2006
No Score Yet The Kiss Megan 2003
40% Wrong Turn Jessie Burlingame $15.2M 2003
48% City by the Sea Gina $22.4M 2002
7% The New Guy Danielle $29M 2002
52% Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back Sissy $29.9M 2001
63% Bring It On Missy Pantone $68M 2000
4% Soul Survivors Annabel $2.1M 2000
22% Race the Sun Cindy Johnson 1996
No Score Yet Journey Cat 1995
70% True Lies Dana Tasker 1994
19% Bye Bye, Love Emma 1994
67% That Night Alice Bloom 1993
76% This Boy's Life Pearl 1993


No Score Yet Bull
J.P. Nunnelly 2017
89% Banshee
Dawson 2016
No Score Yet The Nerdist
Guest 2013
81% The League
Kristen 2013
83% RuPaul's Drag Race
Appearing 2011
No Score Yet The Cleveland Show
Voice 2011
96% White Collar
81% The Big Bang Theory
FBI Agent 2010
72% Dollhouse
Producer Echo Echo/Caroline Farrell 2010
No Score Yet Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
Guest 2009
No Score Yet The Bonnie Hunt Show
Guest 2009
42% Tru Calling
Tru Davies 2008
97% Ugly Betty
Cameron Ashlock 2007
No Score Yet That '70s Show
Sarah 2005
No Score Yet Punk'd
Appearing 2003
88% Angel
Faith 2003
81% Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Faith 2003
No Score Yet King of the Hill
Voice 2002
No Score Yet The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
Guest 2002


Missy Pantone says: [Looks out the window] Shut up! You don't have it yet! You don't have it! Give it up already! [Pulls drapes shut]

Isis says: Hey! You guys enjoyed the show?

Lava says: Yes, were the ethnic festivities to your liking today?

Torrance Shipman says: You guys are awesome.

Isis says: Really? Ready to share those trophies?

Jenelope says: Can we just beat these Buffies down so i can go home? I'm on curfew girl.

Missy Pantone says: Look there's no need for that.

Isis says: Oh, you know what? She's right. So then we'd be doing them a favor. So then they can feel good about sending Raggedy Ann up here to jack us for our cheers.

Torrance Shipman says: Raggedy Ann?

Isis says: Ugly red head with the video camera permanently attached to her hand. Yall been coming up here for years trying to steal our routines.

Lava says: And we just love seeing them on ESPN.

Torrance Shipman says: What the hell is up?! I went out on a limb for you and you just bail?!

Missy Pantone says: Look, I;m not about stealing.

Missy Pantone says: Look, I'm not about stealing.

Torrance Shipman says: What are you talking about?!

Missy Pantone says: You ripped off those cheers.

Torrance Shipman says: Alright, get out of the car! I;m gonna kick your ass!

Missy Pantone says: Oh really? [Miss gets out of the car}

Torrance Shipman says: Come on.

Missy Pantone says: You're in for a rude awakening. Get in.