The renowned American actress Summer Glau was born in San Antonio, Texas, United States on July 24, 1981. Her first ever on-screen appearance was as Prime Ballerina in an episode of the American TV series Angel. The American film director and producer Joss Whedon noticed her performance and cast her as River Tam in the western drama TV series Firefly (2002-2003). Though the series got cancelled after two seasons, it introduced Summer Glau as a talented young actress. Since her debut in 2002, Summer Glau has appeared in a number of television dramas and films. In 2019, she appeared alongside Iko Uwais, JuJu Chan, and Katheryn Winnick in the famous Netflix show Wu Assassins (2019).
Summer Glau made her film debut in 2004 with a small role as a ticket girl in the teen comedy film Sleepover (2004) which starred Alexa Vega, Mika Boorem, Steve Carell, and Brie Larson in the lead roles. She has appeared in several successful films and has received several awards and nominations including an SFX award in the Best Actress category, a Saturn Award in the Best Supporting Actress category, multiple Teen Choice Award nominations and more. She has now become an established television and film actress and is known for her beautiful looks, hot body and acting talent. Summer Glau is best-known for her works in Firefly (2002), Serenity (2005), The 4400 (2005-2007), Terminatro: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (2008-2009), and Arrow (2013-2014).
Summer Glau (Bio)
|Full Name/Real Name||Summer Lyn Glau|
|Date of Birth||July 24, 1981|
|Place of Birth||San Antonio, Texas, United States|
|Parents||Mark (father), Mari (mother)|
|Height||1.68m (5’ 6’’)|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Net Worth||Around $4 Million (Current)|
Amazing Facts about Summer Glau
She quite often is found surfing online.
The young and sexy actress loves Chinese food.
She has a very thin body.
And she is a really good dancer.
In 2008, she appeared on #8 on Wizard magazine’s ‘Sexiest Women of TV’ list.
Maxim magazine listed her on #63 in its “2014 Hot 100” list.
|2011||The Human Preservation Project|
|2013||How We Covered It|
|2013||Knights of Badassdom|
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