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Eliza Dushku mini bio:
Eliza Patricia Dushku is an American Actors born on April 14, 1973 in the New York City. He started his acting career very young and so far he has acted in many popular movies. His roles diverse through many difficult acting genres, earning good acclaim for his acting skills. Throughout his career, Eliza Patricia Dushku acted in several commercially and critically acclaimed movies, making his a household name in USA. His acting career includes movies like Lords of Dogtown, A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints, Assassination of a High School President, Hamlet 2, nothing like the Holidays, Supporting Characters, Fruitvale Station, etc. Along with the Hollywood movies, he also enjoyed good bit of success on TV as he appeared in several TV shows like Law & Order, Person of Interest, and CSI: Miami. His lead role in the movie The Pianist gave him the widespread recognition he has today and earned him several prestigious awards as well.
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