Eva Amurri Biography
Eva Amurri is a mixture of Italian and Welsh heritage. She was educated at Brown University and graduated from it in 2007. Her Hollywood acting career began when she was only seven years old. She debuted in films with an appearance in the 1992 hilarious movie Bob Roberts, which was written and directed by her stepfather Tim Robbins.
Her other credits in films include Dead Man Walking (1995), Anywhere But Here (1999), Made-Up (2002), The Banger Sisters (2002) were she played Lavinia Kingsley's daughter, Saved (2003), In Bloom (2007) and The Education of Charlie Banks (2007).
She was seen on several TV appearances which include Days of Our Lives, where she played the younger character of her mother Susan and Friends The One with Joey's New Brain episode in (2001) where she appeared as Dina. Another appearance she made on TV was as a teenager in Earthly Possessions (1999).
In the year 2003, Eva Amurri won the Best Performance in a Feature Film award for her portrayal in the film The Banger Sisters. Following the footsteps of her mother who, aside from being an actress, has also been active in campaigning for the causes of less fortunate people, Eva got involved in humanitarian activities and was even named by the United Nations as a Goodwill Ambassador. For this cause, she has joined hands with fellow hot and sexy actresses Angelina Jolie and Geri Halliwell.
Eva Amurri is one of the very few actresses who have proven that the glamour of helping mankind cannot be compared to the glamour of being a celebrated Hollywood figure.