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A native Californian, Eva began her acting career at the tender age of six, singing jingles and appearing in television commercials. She has come a long way since then.
Eva has guest starred in numerous prime-time television series, including Nurses, Married . . . With Children, Perfect Strangers, Dallas and Freddy's Nightmares.
Her feature film credits include roles in Robocop III, Heart Condition, Crash N' Burn, The Barbarians, and played Annette Funicello in A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes: The Annette Funicello Story.
On daytime television, Eva appeared on Santa Barbara in the short-term role of Margo Collins.
Eva co-hosted The New Candid Camera with Dom DeLuise as well as The World's Funniest Videos with Dave Coulier.
Eva also continues to sing professionally whenever the opportunity arises. While living in Los Angeles, she found the time to sing the national anthem at several L.A. Kings hockey games and L.A. Raiders football games.
Eva likes to practice her equestrian skills -- she's been riding and showing horses for 10 years; and brush up on Tae Kwon Do -- she's a green belt.
In November 1996, Eva married her onscreen hubby John Callahan in a private wedding in Hawaii. The couple separated nearly seven years later.
Natalia Boa Vista
September 2005 to Present (Recurring)
2000 - 2001
Brooke (Recurring role)
Head Over Heels
Out of Nowhere
Serena Principessa di San Tibaldo Fullerton
A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes: The Annette Funicello Story
All My Children
Dr. Maria Santos
March 1993 to August 1997; 1998; June 3, 2002
to June 28, 2005
; January 5, 2010
; July 19 and 20, 2011
; September 19, 2011
One Hell of a Guy
Ghoulies 3: Ghoulies Go to College
Nomination, Outstanding Supporting Actress (1997)
Soap Opera Digest Award
Nominee, Hottest Female (1997)
Soap Opera Update Award
Winner, Best Actress (1998)
PLACE OF BIRTH: Long Beach, California
DATE OF BIRTH: December 27
MARITAL STATUS: Divorced, John Callahan
[Nov 30, 1996 to 2005]
CHILDREN: Daughter, Kaya Mckenna [Dec 6, 2001; 7 lbs. 1 oz, 21 inches long]
: LaRue reportedly mulling AMC return. [Dec 18, 2000]
: LaRue, Callahan expecting their first child. [Jun 18, 2001]
: Rumors of LaRue return again surface following mag article. [Jan 14, 2002]
: This time it's true: LaRue is returning to AMC [Apr 12, 2002]
: Larue, Callahan announce their separation. [Jul 12, 2004]
: Sources say LaRue will exit AMC this summer. [Apr 4, 2005]
: It's official: LaRue confirms her exit. [Apr 22, 2005]
: LaRue announces engagement to businessman. [Aug 18, 2008]
: Julia Barr, Eva LaRue among those returning for AMC's 40th anniversary. [Nov 9, 2009]
: On again: LaRue announces re-engagement to businessman. [Jan 11, 2010]
: Order to remove security gate, LaRue flees home, stalker. [Mar 1, 2010]
: LaRue to return to AMC for two shows before finale. [Jun 8, 2011]
: Eva LaRue cast in untitled ABC pilot. [Mar 26, 2012]
: Eva LaRue lands primetime drama series role. [Aug 20, 2013]
: AMC star joins GH alum John Stamos for Full House spin-off [Jul 17, 2015]
: Y&R's Joshua Morrow teams up with AMC alum Eva LaRue for new film [Oct 15, 2015]
: AMC's Eva LaRue opens up about her mom's battle with cancer [Mar 16, 2017]
: Chelsea Clinton gives shout-out to AMC alums' daughter [Sep 18, 2017]