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Summer Lyn Glau

Summer Lyn Glau hot young

Birth Date

July 24, 1981


United States

Sun Sign


Natural hair color

Dark Brown

Eye color

Dark Brown


5 ft 6 in | 166 cm

Summer Lyn Glau hot young photos

Body Measurements

33-23-33 in | 84-58-84 cm


54.5 kg | 120 pounds

Bra Size


Shoe size

8 US | 38 EU

Summer Lyn Glau young Mini Bio best movies

Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Summer Lyn Glau was born in San Antonio, Texas, United States, on July 24, 1981, is an American hot actress. Young Summer Lyn Glau began her acting career in the television series Angel (1999) in guest role as a ballerina. She made her big screen debut in comedy movie Sleepover (2004) in role as Ticket Girl. Her breakthrough performance came as River Tam in space Western drama television series Firefly (2002).

Best films

She played Cameron Phillips in science fiction television series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (2008-2009) opposite Lena Headey and Isabel Rochev / Ravager in superhero television series Arrow (2013–2014).

She portrayed Tess Doerner in science fiction television series The 4400 (2005–2007).

Serenity (2005) science fiction action in role as River Tam

Mammoth (2006) action comedy horror in role as Jack Abernathy

Knights of Badassdom (2013) fantasy adventure opposite Peter Dinklage

The Legend of Hell's Gate: An American Conspiracy (2011) action in role as Maggie Moon

The Initiation of Sarah (2006) thriller in role as Lindsay


She won the Best Supporting Television Actress award at the 34th Saturn Awards for her role as Cameron Phillips in series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (2008-2009).

Was a professional ballet dancer.

She has trained in multiple forms of martial arts, including kung fu and kickboxing.

She is a fan of the Dallas Cowboys.

She married actor Val Morrison in 2015, they have two daughters.


I always look for roles that make me feel good about being a girl. I have to say that there are a lot of roles out there that make me feel really bad about being a girl. You can imagine what the things are and I shall not go into detail.

When you become an actor, you find out things about yourself that you can bring to a character that no one else could. That's the way to get cast. Instead of doing things perfectly, you have to be real. That was something I had to let go of when I started acting, the idea of being perfect.

I'm definitely one of those actresses who comes to a set knowing how I want to do a scene, and I definitely love input from my directors and my writers. I know that there's some actors who like to be left alone, they like to be very independent but I actually really enjoy the teamwork.

I worked on ‘Sarah Connor’ even longer than ‘Firefly.’ And I always remembered how generous everyone was to me when I didn’t know what to do, and I didn’t know the rules, and I didn’t know camera angles, and I didn’t know lighting.