Apart from Cheetah Girls movies, she has on her hand other movies as well including the independent movie Help Me, Help You (2009), and Mostly Ghostly: Who Let the Ghosts Out?
She has done many TV shows appearances as guests which include Disney Channel Games, The Jersey, Grounded for Life, Studio DC: Almost Live, The Suite Life of Jack and Cody, American Broadcasting Company, and Fish Hooks among others. She also released a song track especially for this workout DVD along with other artists’ songs which were even featured in Radio Disney. She was enthusiastic in dancing and acting from a very young age. She has a hot body which is a perfect fit for a bikini.
w=600&ssl=1 600w, https://i0com/mrmedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/a0eb91955280ce1de51985b9f28023de.jpg? resize=300,200&ssl=1 300w" sizes="(max-width: 600px) 100vw, 600px" data-recalc-dims="1" / Summer Glau gets some of the most enviable genre roles on television.
Her first was on “Angel,” where “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” creator Joss Whedon liked her so much he cast in the wonderful, yet short-lived sci-fi adventure “Firefly” and the film that followed it, She was on the cult series “The 4400,” then made it big return to network TV as the hottest Terminator ever in the Fox series, “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.” Now she’s an investigative blogger named “Orwell” who partners with the lead character in NBC’s “The Cape” to fight crime and corruption in Palm City.
She appeared in one episode of the first season, and her character was last seen running away from authorities after helping out the team.
Most of the rest of the world has never heard of her - until now.
Serenity, a £45 million feature film follow-up to Firefly, is set for release across the country on Friday, and Glau gets top billing.
“I’ve had a couple of scenes with Carly [Pope], who’s doing a great job as [reporter] Susan Williams,” Amell said.
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Among devotees of Firefly, a futuristic sci-fi series as short-lived as its namesake, Summer Glau is a legend.