|Today we celebrate 10 years of Awesomeness.|
Angel episode 13 of season 3, Waiting in the Wings was originally broadcast on February 4, 2002, 10 years ago. This was Summers first TV role. Despite her years as a ballerina this role provided her first opportunity to dance Giselle in real life.
Here is the scene from Angel:
Tribute video celebrating 10 years of Awesomeness on television:
The music "Superstar" used in the tribute video is by a Swedish alternative rock band Broder Daniel
The pictures comes from our movie and shows gallery section.
Thanks to rebecca_glau for the reminding us about the important day.
|04 Feb 2012|
|Total comments: 3|
Message #3 | chrisdvanne_ | 04 Feb 2012, 16:48 GMT [Entry]
I didn't watched Summer Glau in Angel live when it aired ten years ago on February 4th, 2002 but Summer Glau awesomeness catched me up since and i don't think it will ever end.
I particularly like the fact she's genuine, that she carries herself with dignity and never miss a chance to say how much she appreciates her fans as much as they appreciate her as a result. That says a lot about how pretty she is not only on the outside but on the inside as well. There are a lot of “beautiful” leading ladies in Hollywood that are ugly as sin on the inside and vane. Summer doesn’t strike me as any of that.
It should also be noted that Summer Glau is not just a pretty face, but is also a great actress who deserves more attention as such. She’s multifaceted, physical and I personally hope she hits it big or rather bigger then she already has because God knows there are plenty of other woman in Hollywood that don’t deserve the attention they get nor do they have half the talent. I have high expectations for upcoming Knights of Badassdom or her guest appearance in hit show Grey's Anatomy.
She is so talented, driven, and engaged that she excels almost immediately in any part she plays. She is as beautiful on the inside as she is on the outside and she has a raw and pure talent that allows her to breathe vivacious life into her characters.