Summer Glau Net Worth

Summer Glau Net Worth:

$4 Million

Summer Glau’s Net Worth

Summer Glau Net Worth

Summer Glau

Net worth:

$4 Million

Date of birth:

Jul 24, 1981 (41 Years Old)




5 ft 5in (1.664 m).


Actor, Dancer


United States of America

What is Summer Glau’s Net Worth in 2019?

Summer Glau, an American actress, and producer, has a net worth of $4 million. Summer Glau is most well-known for her role as River Tam in Fox’s space Western “Firefly”, (2002) and 2005’s film “Serenity”, Tess Doerner (USA Network), Cameron Phillips (Fox’s “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles”) (2008-2009), Isabel Rochev/Ravager (CW)). Summer has over 30 credits, including “Sleepover,” (2004) and “Knights of Badassdom,” (2013). She also appeared in the TV movies “Mammoth”, (2006) and “The Initiation of Sarah”, (2006), as well as the television series “The Unit”, “Dollhouse”, “The Cape”, (2011), and “Alphas” (2012). Glau was also the star and producer of the Crackle series “Sequestered” (2014). She voiced Kara Zor El/Supergirl in “Superman/Batman: Apocalypse”, a 2010 direct-to-video animated movie.

Early Life

Summer Glau Net Worth

Summer Lyn Glau was born July 24, 1981, in San Antonio, Texas. Summer was raised with her mother Mari, a schoolteacher, and her father Mark (a general contractor). She has younger sisters Christie (and Kaitlin), and her ancestry includes German and Scots-Irish. Glau was a scholarship recipient who trained with a ballet company. She was homeschooled from her third-grade year to her senior year of high school because of her training schedule. After breaking her toe, she also learned the tango and flamenco dancing. Summer shared her story with “The A.V. Club”. Summer told “The A.V. Club” that she broke one of her toes in 2008. She also had tendonitis in both my heels and had already suffered from severe tendonitis. This caused me to lose all mobility in one of my feet. It was broken for four months. It was broken by me because I had just started an acting class and was reading a play. I then ran and leaped over the camel saddle in our living room and ran straight into the fireplace. Glau moved to Los Angeles in 2002 to pursue an acting career.


Glau was a prima ballerina on “Angel” in 2002. Later that year, her co-creator Joss Woot cast her as Summer Tam in the TV series “Firefly”. The show also starred Nathan Fillion and Gina Torres. It aired 14 episodes and was ranked #5 in “TV Guide”‘s 2013 list of shows that were “Cancelled Too Quickly”. Summer reprised her role as Summer in “Serenity,” the sequel to her 2005 film. She was awarded a Saturn Award, and an SFX Award. Glau’s debut film was “Sleepover” in 2004. She also guest-starred on the early episodes of “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2004) and “Cold Case” (2003). She starred in recurring roles as Tess Doerner, a sci-fi series from 2005 to 2007, and Crystal Burns on seven episodes of CBS’ action-drama “The Unit”, from 2006 to 2007. Summer was a part of two TV movies in 2006: Syfy’s Mammoth and ABC Family’s The Initiation Of Sarah.

Glau starred alongside Lena Headey, Thomas Dekker, and Cameron Phillips in “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” from 2008 to 2009. Summer was awarded a Saturn Award for her performance in the series, which aired 31 episodes in two seasons. She guest-starred on “The Big Bang Theory” in 2009 and began a four-episode stint on Fox’s “Dollhouse,” created by Joss Woden. Glau appeared on “Chuck” in 2010 and in “Deadly Honeymoon” on Lifetime. The following year, Glau starred in “The Legend of Hell’s Gate” as well as the Western “The Legend of Hell’s Gate” and was also the star of “The Cape,” an NBC superhero drama. She starred in a recurring role on Syfy’s “Alphas” from 2011 to 2012. In 2012, Glau appeared on “Grey’s Anatomy”, and she also guest-starred in the Hallmark movie, “Help for the Holidays.”

Summer starred as Summer in the short film “Inside the Box” (2013), which won awards at the Aguilar de Campoo Short Film Festivals, American Short Film Awards, and L’Alfas del Pi Film Festival. It also earned Glau a Northeast Film Festival Award. She also starred alongside Steve Zahn and Peter Dinklage in “Knights of Badassdom,” a comedy horror film. Summer appeared on “Hawaii Five-0”, “NTSF:SD.SUV::”, (2013), “Castle,” (2016), and “Wu Assassins,” (2019). From 2013 to 2014, she was Isabel Rochev/Ravager in the superhero series “Arrow.” She starred in Crackle’s 2014 drama “Sequestered” as Anna Brandt. The film earned her nominations from the International Academy of Web Television Awards for Best Dramatic Series (Drama) and Best Ensemble Performance(Drama). In 2015, she was in “Dead End”. Glau voiced and narrated every character on “Ctrl Alt Destroy,” an RPG podcast.

Personal life

Summer married Val Morrison on the 14th of July 2014. They had two daughters, Milena Jo (January 2015) and Sunny Izabo (October 2017).

Nominations and Awards

Glau was nominated by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films for three Saturn Awards. She won Best Supporting Actress for Serenity in 2006, and Best Supporting Artistress on Television for Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles in 2008. Glau was also nominated in 2009 for “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles”. Summer was nominated for the SyFy Genre Award nomination in 2006 for “Serenity”. “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles”, her 2008 Scream Award nomination, and Teen Choice Award nominations in Choice TV Actress: Action Adventure (and Choice TV Breakout Star Female) earned her a nomination. Glau won the Best Actress Award in a Short Film at the Northeast Film Festival for “Inside The Box”, and was nominated for Best Actress at the L’Alfas del Pi Film Festival for the film.

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