Nevertheless, [D]ushku makes the hero-worshiping moppet an engaging character…” By the mid 90s, it was clear that she was building a solid foundation for a long and successful career in Hollywood.In the late 90s, Dushku achieved overwhelming mainstream success when she landed the role of Faith in the hit sitcom, in which she played Missy Pantone, a new member of the high school cheer squad.The acting gene apparently runs in the Dushku family.Eliza’s older brother, Nate, has also had a somewhat successful career, and if it weren’t for him, his baby sister may have had no career at all.The actress has decided to move back to her home in Boston and is planning to go back to school.The former NBA Celtics player is from Los Angeles and Eliza is from Boston, so it seems like the two couldn't agree on where to live, given their different backgrounds.
Movie reviewer David Stratton stated: “This isn’t exactly riveting material, and the film’s modest production values seem more suited to the small screen.
, in which she played in a starring role as Alice Bloom.
Dushku’s character was a young girl growing up in Long Island, New York during the 1960s, and spent most of the film trying to understand how love works.
In her line of work, Eliza Dushku probably has to spend a decent amount of time traveling by airplane; however, Dushku has a very real fear of flying.
During an interview with Parade Magazine in 2009, Dushku briefly discussed her fear stating: “…the irony is that I have a crazy fear of flying.