Eliza Dushku played the lead feature of Jesse in 2003 terrifying hit Wrong Turn, yet she's had a busy work moving images as well as additionally TV in the years considered that. Dushku has in fact been acting considered that the really early 1990s, resembling a child in the Arnold Schwarzengger task flick True Lies, as well as additionally later in motion pictures like Bring It On as well as additionally Jay as well as additionally Silent Bob Strike Back. It was Dushku's work as Faith on Buffy the Vampire Slayer that originally skyrocketed her to common appeal, which as a matter of fact completed just rather before Wrong Turn released.
Wrong Turn ended up launching a franchise service that has in fact so far produced 6 motion pictures, with a 7th heading. Dushku led a stars full of existing as well as additionally future recognizable faces in Wrong Turn, including Dexter‘s Desmond Harrington, May‘s Jeremy Sisto, Kevin Zegers and additionally Lindy Booth from the Dawn of the Dead remake, as well as Entourage‘s Emmanuelle Chriqui. Having such a talented cast helped elevate Wrong Turn from being simply yet another entry into the backwoods horror sub-genre.
Sadly, Dushku has never returned for any of Wrong Turn‘s sequels, despite surviving Three-Finger's wrath in the original film. That doesn't look set to change for Wrong Turn 7: The Foundation, but at least there's been no shortage of other places to see her onscreen.
Only about six months after Wrong Turn hit theaters in 2003, Eliza Dushku booked the lead role on FOX's Tru Calling, which lasted for two seasons. Dushku played Tru Davies, a medical student with the ability to go back in time as well as try to prevent the murders of corpses she attends to at the morgue. After appearing in films like the 2007 Alan Rickman dramedy Nobel Son and 2009's evil board game flick Open Graves, Dushku would lead her next TV series with 2009's Joss Whedon effort Dollhouse. Dushku starred for two seasons as Echo, a woman whose mind is routinely erased by an organization that uses her to carry out missions.
In the years following Dollhouse, Dushku turned up in a lot of guest spots on TV shows, consisting of a 2010 episode of The Big Bang Theory, a 2011 episode of The Cleveland Show, and additionally a 2011 episode of White Collar. She also voiced Holly Mokri in the Torchwood animated companion series Web of Lies, as well as also Selina Kyle aka Catwoman in the animated DC movie Batman: Year One. In 2012, Dushku began a recurring function on the Hulu workplace comedy Leap Year, as well as in 2013 began voicing She-Hulk on Hulk as well as the Agents of SMASH.
By 2016, Dushku had joined the actors of Banshee, a Cinemax initial drama in which an ex-con takes over the identity of the titular small town's sheriff. Dushku played an FBI agent searching for a serial killer. Sadly, Dushku's most recent major TELEVISION role ended badly. Dushku had just begun playing a new character on the CBS legal drama Bull that was planned to become a collection routine, yet she left the collection as a result of unwanted sexual advances by celebrity Michael Weatherly. Dushku ended up acquiring a $9.5 million settlement from CBS.