Eva Longoria (born 15.03.1975) Eva Longoria is an American actress best known worldwide for her role in 'Desperate Housewives'. Eva Longoria: Childhood Eva Longoria was born in Corpus Christi, Texas. Her parents are Enrique Longoria, Jr. and Ella Eva Mireles. She was raised in a Roman Catholic household. She attended Texas A&M University-Kingsville and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in kinesiology. She won the title of Miss Corpus Christi, USA in 1998 and was signed to a theatre agency after later being scouted.
Net Worth: In 2010 she was listed at number four on Forbes Prime Time's 10 Top-Earning Women who estimated her earnings at $12 million.
Acting career: Eva Longoria made her TV debut in 1999 as a host for the show 'LA In A Day'. She followed that with guest appearances on 'Beverly Hills, 90210' and 'General Hospital'. Her big break was with the soap opera 'The Young and the Restless' in which she appeared from 2001 to 2003. In 2003, she landed the role of Gabrielle Solis in the drama 'Desperate Housewives' alongside Teri Hatcher, Felicity Huffman and Marcia Cross. She continued until 2012 and was nominated for a Golden Globe for her role and won a People's Choice Award and a Teen Choice Award. In 2006, she starred in the thriller 'The Sentinel' opposite Michael Douglas. She also appeared in 'Harsh Times' with Christian Bale. In 2007, she appeared in 'The Heartbreak Kid' which also starred Ben Stiller and 2008 saw her star in 'Over Her Dead Body' with Paul Rudd, Lake Bell and Jason Biggs as well as 'Lower Learning' which, again, starred Jason Biggs. In 2012, she was in 'The Baytown Outlaws' opposite Billy Bob Thornton and historical drama 'For Greater Glory' with Andy Garcia. Eva Longoria: Other career ventures Eva Longoria was the first face of Bebe Sport in 2007. In 2005, she became a spokesperson for L'Oréal Paris and appeared in ads until 2010. Other advertising campaigns she has been involved with are New York & Co, Magnum Ice-Cream, Heineken, Microsoft and Sheba cat food. In 2010 she was a judge on 'The Next Food Network Star'. Later that year she hosted the MTV Europe Music Awards. In 2008, she co-founded that Hollywood restaurant Beso and the Kiss nightclub above it. The restaurant opened in Las Vegas in 2009 with the nightclub Eve. She released 'Eva's Kitchen: Cooking with Love for Family and Friends' in 2011. Eva Longoria: Personal life Eva Longoria was married to Tyler Christopher in 2002 but divorced him in 2004. She then married Spurs point guard Tony Parker in 2007 but divorced him citing 'irreconcilable differences' in 2011. It was later revealed that she had found messages on his phone from another woman leading her to believe he'd cheated on her. In his divorce petition, Parker cited 'discord or conflict of personalities'.
In 2006, she founded the charity Eva's Heroes which helps disabled children. She supports a variety of other charities including PADRES Contra El Cancer, Clothes Off Our Back Foundation, OmniPeace, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the National Stroke Association, Project HOME and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
'Desperate Housewives' star Eva Longoria was among the star arrivals at the 2015 NBC Upfront Presentation held at Radio City Music Hall in New York. She looked typically stunning in a calf-length, slim-fitting white dress, her long hair slicked back.
Wesley Snipes - who is set to star in the upcoming series 'The Player' - was spotted on the red carpet at the 2015 NBC Upfront Presentation held at Radio City Music Hall in New York. He was joined by his co-stars Damon Gupton, Philip Winchester and Charity Wakefield.
Would Eva Longoria make the perfect fifth Spice Girl?
The Spice Girls are back together! Ok, that was misleading. By “are” I mean “were” and by “together” I mean “in the same room, taking pictures for a couple of hours”. Also, there were only four of them. But other than that...
Posh, Sporty, Baby and Ginger reunited at David Beckham’s glamorous birthday party on Saturday, in Marrakech, Morocco. It was the presence of Geri Halliwell, Melanie Chisholm and Emma Bunton that really spiced up the party, though.
There have been so many awful revenge thrillers lately that we've almost forgotten that it's possible to make a good one, and this is a rare example of striking the right balance of exhilarating action and dark emotion. Yes, there's a high body count, but this isn't a mow-them-down romp: there's a real sense of pain at all of the senseless bloodshed caused by one idiot's inability to conceive that his actions might have repercussions.
The film also gives Keanu Reeves yet another chance to cleverly reinvent himself on-screen as John Wick, a still-feared former mob hitman who left his job to have a happy life with his wife (Bridget Moynahan). But her untimely illness and death have left him a broken man. His only glimmer of hope is her deathbed gift of an adorable puppy to keep him company. Then even this is taken from him, when cocky Russian thug Iosef (Alfie Allen) steals his vintage Mustang and kills the puppy. In need of closure, John resurrects his past, which is a problem because his ex-boss Viggo (Michael Nyqvist) is Iosef's dad, and he knows that John is unstoppable. So Viggo reluctantly offers a massive bounty on John's head, taken up by John's former fellow assassin pals (Willem Dafoe and Adrianne Palicki). But it's doubtful that anyone can stop the legendary John Wick from bringing down the entire Russian mafia.
Intriguingly, everyone in the film knows this legend except the dim-witted moron Iosef, who blithely keeps on carousing while everyone around him prepares for Armageddon. Writer Derek Kolstad and director Chad Stahelski set the story in a fantastical criminal underworld that uses solid gold coins as currency in shimmering underground nightclubs, lavish spas and a mob hotel in which "business" is strictly prohibited. All of this is fiendishly inventive, with a striking visual atmosphere and an even stronger moody tone. At the centre, Reeves gives John a jagged sense of humour as he braces himself wearily for the inevitable carnage, all while trying to control his much deeper emotional pain.
Continue reading: John Wick Review
The ‘Desperate Housewives’ star is returning to the small screen in the 13 episode miniseries.
Eva Longoria is headed back to the small screen in a new NBC comedy which will chronicle the behind the scenes drama on a popular Spanish telenovela. ‘Telenovela’ will also be executive-produced by Longoria and is likely to be coming our way this fall.
Eva Longoria is on her way back to the small screen
The miniseries will comprise of 13 half hour episodes and will be co-executive produced by ‘Cougar Town’s’ Chrissy Pietrosh and Jessica Goldstein, who will also help write the series.
Continue reading: Eva Longoria Set To Return To Television In NBC Comedy 'Telenovela'
Longoria will join the cast for a three-episode arc.
Eva Longoria will guest star on Fox’s breakout comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine for a full three-episode arc. Is this a smart deal for Fox or Longoria? Both are likely to get a publicity boost from the collaboration.
Longoria has focused most of her efforts off-camera in recent years.
Longoria will play Sophia, a defense attourney, who faces off with Jake (Andy Samberg) in court and gets him interested in the process. Longoria is just one of a lineup of guest stars Fox have appointed recently to boost the profile of the relatively new show. The list also includes Kira Sedgwick, Jenny Slate and Terrell Owens.
Eva Longoria is Maxim's Women of the Year, and as well as her stunning beauty, the actress also has the brains as she recently earned her master's from California State University.
The magazine made the announcement on Monday (Jan 6th) and revealed the 38 year-old is looking better than ever when posing for the cover of the January/February issue.
"It's especially awesome after how long it's been since my first cover," Longoria told the mag. "I've had a beautiful relationship with Maxim over all these years."
'Desperate Housewives' actress Eva Longoria and 'Django Unchained' star Jamie Foxx were among the star arrivals at the Canon Project Imaginat10n Festival in New York. The festival screened ten short films, five of which were projects by five celebrity directors (including those above).
After playing comical sidekicks in rom-coms like No Strings Attached and What Happens in Vegas, Lake Bell emerges as a rising-star filmmaker with the smartest, funniest comedy of the year. Winner of the screenwriting award at Sundance, this script is painfully hilarious, drawing on the characters' personalities to take us into a previously unseen side of the movie industry. It's also a rare Hollywood movie that refuses to shy away from anything.
We're talking about voiceover artists here, specifically those who provide the rumbling commentary for movie trailers. The late Don LaFountaine was the voice behind all of those iconic "In a world..." trailers, and now a studio wants to revive them for a new epic quadrilogy. The top contender for the job is Sam (Melamed), a veteran who decides to let his protege, the egotistical womaniser Gustav (Marino), have the job. Then Sam's voice-coach daughter Carol (Bell) throws her hat in the ring, which is unthinkable because a woman has never narrated this kind of trailer. She prepares for the audition with the help of a love-struck sound engineer (Martin), but is distracted by issues between her sister and brother-in-law (Watkins and Corddry) and the fact that her dad's new girlfriend (Holden) is younger than she is.
Bell juggles all of these plot strands brilliantly as a writer, director and actor, generously giving her costars the most riotously funny dialog while Carol pings around between them. And since we see everything through her eyes, she emerges as a hugely engaging woman who is smart, skilled and also likeably flawed. Every performance is natural and amusing, with the kind of astutely witty dialog actors can really sink their teeth into. And there are some uproarious cameos along the way, including Offerman as a wry colleague, Davis as a studio head, Longoria as a vocal client and Diaz as the star of a Hunger Games-style saga.
Continue reading: In a World... Review
Teri Hatcher would be willing to reprise her Desperate Housewives' role of Susan Mayer in a follow-up movie of the hit ABC show.
Teri Hatcher would be happy to star in a Desperate Housewives movie, although she does not think such a project is likely. The 48-year-old actress starred in the show as Susan Mayer and revealed, during an interview with Extra, that she'd be more than happy to reprise her role.
Teri Hatcher at the London premiere of Planes.
In the interview, Hatcher discussed the importance of the show's fans and their involvement in the character's possible future revival. She said "I love the fans of the show so much, and they don't seem to be done with those characters. I think it would be great for them."
Continue reading: Teri Hatcher: A 'Desperate Housewives' Movie Is Unlikely
Date of birth
15th March, 1975