Eva Longoria Parker
Born March 15, 1975
Eva Longoria made her mark on television playing Gabriela Solis on ABC’s Desperate Housewives, but got her first big break on the soap opera The Young and the Restless. The Mexican-American author of Eva's Kitchen: Cooking with Love for Family and Friends, has been the face of L'Oréal Paris, Hanes, New York & Co., and Bebe Sport, in addition to promoting her own fragrance, Eva by Eva Longoria. With all her entrepreneurial ventures, she made it to number four on Forbes Prime Time's 10 Top-Earning Women of 2010. Despite a public divorce from NBA player Tony Parker in November 2010, Longoria rose above the rumors, continuing to act and be actively involced in Latino issues and charity work with PADRES Contra El Cancer, the National Council of La Raza and her own foundation, Eva’s Heroes.
Eva Longoria isn’t taking the end of her show Desperate Housewives too seriously. In fact, this past week at the Television Critics Association (TCA) conference, she was full of quips to fight off her sentimental feelings about the eighth and final season of the hit series.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the Mexican-American actress talked about the show and how, “When we started eight...
Forget the complicated Oscar voting process and the eye-rollingly out-of-touch top ten lists from critics—it’s your turn to pick who really matters in Hollywood with The People’s Choice Awards, airing tonight at 9 p.m. (EST) on CBS. Here we take a look at the five Latino stars nominated at tonight's show and tell you why we can't get enough of them!
Eva Longoria bounced back from her split from Tony Parker, but the self-proclaimed “hopeless optimist” told Health in the January issue that the divorce took a toll on her physically.
“I remember after my divorce, I was so thin and everyone kept saying how great I looked. It was probably the most unhealthy place I’ve ever been,” Longoria told the magazine. “So it was funny what people would see me as ‘healthy.’ In my worst time, people were saying I’ve never looked better.”
It's been a remarkable year for Latina Magazine! In this, our 15th Anniversary Year, we featured several A-list Latina stars on our covers (Salma Hayek, Zoe Saldana, Jessica Alba)—and one issue featured the man of every Latina's dreams (Pitbull!). And for the first time in our history, we proudly featured 15 of Hollywood's biggest Latina stars on a...
From Jennifer Lopez to Zoe Saldana to Selena Gomez, A-list Latinas were the best dressed Hollywood stars at dozens of events this year. Here are our picks for the 10 Best Latina red carpet looks of 2011!
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— Just like any mami, Jessica Alba wants her daughters Honor and Haven to be safe. The 30-year-old Mexican American actress spoke to Self Magazine about why...
Eva Longoria is working on a new project, but this time she’s on the other side of the camera. Taking a break from the television spotlight, the Mexican-American Desperate Housewives actress is executive-producing a new legal series for The CW called Vega v. Vega, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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