Quotes by Eliza Dushku
- Each year, I say I'm going to go to school next year. It's inevitable that I'll end up getting my education.
- Go big or go home. Because it's true. What do you have to lose?
- I wanted to be a political science professor and go to school in Boston. I never wanted to be a big, famous movie star and TV star. It kind of found me.
- I was raised in Boston by three older brothers and a very strong and empowering single mom.
- If I wasn't doing this, I'd be in school studying political science or socioeconomic something. I love visiting different cultures and finding out how they make up a society.
- My mom is like this hard-core, liberal feminist. She's a professor in Boston, and she's been teaching women's studies for 30 years and international politics.
- My mom is this liberal, feminist, Mormon powerhouse. I just love her to death.
- My parents divorced when I was born, and my mother is a political science professor, like a feminist Mormon, which is sort of an oxymoron.
- There is definitely something sexy about a girl with an attitude and a pair of leather pants.
- We didn't have a TV in the living room and all my friends thought we were kind of weird. When they'd come over, my mom wanted to talk to them about current events.
- When you get to your mid-20s, you start to feel responsibilities for the things that you do and the people around you. It's a cool age.