Discovered as part of a talent search for the "perfect" girl to play opposite Juliette Lewis in the film That Night (1992), eagerly aggressive Eliza Dushku broke into the business at the tender age of twelve. A handful of notable roles in high-profile projects—opposite Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio in This Boy's Life (1993) and Arnold Schwarzenegger in True Lies (1994)—yielded five years of teen TV titillation as the vampire-vanquishing Faith on the wildly popular series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. But it's Eliza's later film work that caught the attention of those not tuned into the teen-tube titles, though her roles have been sadly skin shy. But the temptation and teasing remained high for her slinky starring roles in such varied pop projects as the cheerleader opus Bring It On (2000), the teen horror knock-off Soul Survivors (2001), and the comedies Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001) and The New Guy (2002), the latter of which featured an eye-opening montage of Eliza trying on a bunch of bikinis for her latest beau. But as young Eliza approached thirty, her career finally took a turn down the road of nudity, as she valiantly displayed her T's in the crime thriller The Alphabet Killer (2008). Now if only she'd add a little A and B to the mix. She shows off her perfect figure in plenty of bikini tops and bras in projects like Dollhouse (2009), Nobel Son (2007), Tru Feelings, Open Graves (2009), Banshee (2016), The Saint (2017), and Dear Albania when she shows off her gorgeous bathing-suit clad body yet again. She fills us up in our underwear when we watch her lezz out in Sex and Breakfast (2007). Um, yes please!