Dushku appeared in an Off-Broadway production entitled Dog Sees God in December 2005 where she played Van's Sister.
She quit in February 2006 along with other cast members amidst rumours of an abusive producer.
The following year, she played the teenage daughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jamie Lee Curtis in True Lies.
She had parts as Paul Reiser's daughter in Bye Bye Love and as Cindy Johnson in Race The Sun.
She was accepted into the George Washington University in Washington D.She was also cast as the lead in new Fox series, Tru Calling where she played medical student, Tru Davies.The show includes many guest-stars like Kal Penn (Hunt/Unidentified psychic demon), Leonard Roberts (Forrest Gates), Christina Hendricks (Unidentified barmaid), Clare Kramer (Glorificus), Wade Andrew William (Gregor), Kristoffer Polaha (Dylan Blim), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Sam Ryan) , Courtnee Draper (Annabelle) and Alec Newman (Drogyn) Dushku turned down the chance to appear in another Buffy spin-off which would have focused on the character of Faith.When The Hollywood Reporter shared the news that the award-winning, “autism-themed” love story, “Jane Wants a Boyfriend,” was being released this spring, we immediately wanted to know more.As it turns out, the movie is inspired by a true story, and one of our own Mighty contributors, Kerry Magro, worked as a consultant on the project.In 2000, Dushku starred in cheerleader comedy Bring It On and followed it up with Soul Survivors, reuniting with her Race The Sun co-star, Casey Affleck.