Did anyone else cry when Tony gave up the tech and Priya was all, “hey, this badass-looking dude is your dad”? HOWEVS, over the course of Season 2 I began to think she just plain does not have what it takes to be the leading lady of a television series. According to a Just spywitness, the couple was spotted grabbing dinner together at a local diner in Eliza‘s hometown of Watertown, Mass. She is also well known for her acting on television, such as her recurring appearances on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel as Faith, as well as the main character, Tru Davies, in the series Tru Calling.She also produces and stars as Echo in the series Dollhouse, created by Joss Whedon (with whom Dushku worked on Buffy and Angel), which premiered February 2009 on Fox.Dushku's father is Albanian American and her mother is Danish American through both of her grandfathers and English American through both of her grandmothers.Dushku attended Beaver Country Day School in Chestnut Hill, and graduated from Watertown High School.After the end of spin-off series Angel and the cancellation of his passion project Firefly, Whedon was briefly hired to script an ultimately aborted Wonder Woman movie, and channelled his frustration at the industry into scripting the cult web-series Dr. Shortly after the cancellation of his Eliza Dushku vehicle Dollhouse, Whedon was hired to write and direct the Marvel Comics team-up The Avengers, which became a cultural phenomenon, and its follow-up Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Harding has going on calls to mind human trafficking and is extremely disturbing but is also a great plot device: naturally, it would have been great if the possibility of the emergence of such an industry had been examined more while the show was actually on, but it was great to get a glimpse of just how out of control the tech has gotten amongst the rich and powerful.The actress, known for playing badass female characters dating all the way back to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, currently appears on Disney XD's Hulk and the Agents of S. We noted all of this, pointed it out to Dushku and asked whether she would be interested to play the role if it came around -- say, once Batfleck gets a solo film. H., but would cross party lines to play Batman's iconic foe/love interest again if the opportunity arose."I of course will keep my phone on and would scratch and claw at the chance to film her in live action form," Dushku told Comic in an interview earlier today in support of a new project launching tomorrow from Machinima.She was raised a Mormon, the faith of her mother (though she is not actively practicing).She has three older brothers: Aaron, Benjamin (Ben, born February 5, 1976), and Nathaniel (Nate, born June 8, 1977, in Boston, Massachusetts), the latter of whom is a model and actor. In 2005 she visited her father's family in Albania after being personally invited by the president.