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Eva Longoria

· Birth Date 03/15/1975

· Birthplace Corpus Christi, Texas

· Family

Husband: Tony Parker
Plays with the San Antonio Spurs; began dating in Spring 2005; announced they were going through 'a difficult time' in fall of 2006, but denied they had split; announced engagement in November 2006; married July 6, 2007 in a civil ceremony and again on July 7, 2007 at the Church of Saint-Germain l'Auxerrois in Paris, France

Husband: Tyler Christopher
Married Jan. 20, 2002; divorced in 2004

Mother: Ella Eva Mireles

Sister: Elizabeth Longoria

Sister: Emily Longoria

Sister: Esmeralda Longoria

Father: Enrique Longoria, Jr

· Hookups

Companion: J C Chasez
Former member of 'NSync; dating in 2004

Companion: Stephen T Kay
Directed her in the TV-movie, "The Dead Will Tell" (CBS); briefly dated in 2004

· Notes

"It's hard to be a girl in Hollywood. We don't really get the roles - you're always the girlfriend of the lead guy, you're always the girl in the movie. That's why the situation with 'Desperate Housewives' is amazing. It's a show led by these women." - Longoria to Empire magazine, September 2006
In 2005, Longoria was number one for Maxim magazine's sixth annual Hot 100 list of the most successful women of the year in film, television, music, sports and fashion.
Miss Corpus Christi USA 1998
Was one of People en Espanol's "25 Most Beautiful People" for 2003

· Milestones

(---) After college, entered a talent contest that brought her to Los Angeles where she was spotted and signed by a theatrical agent
(2004) Cast as Gabrielle Solis, the ex-model with a rich husband, a big house and a bad marriage on the ABC drama "Desperate Housewives"; earned a Golden Globe (2005) nomination for Best Actress in a Comedy series
(2000) Cast in a small role as a flight attendant on "Beverly Hills, 90210" (FOX)
(2006) Cast opposite Christian Bale and Freddy Rodriguez in David Ayer's directorial debut "Harsh Times"
(2003) Co-hosted the syndicated weekly television series, "The Talent Agency"
(2000) Landed roles on "The Bold and the Beautiful" (CBS) and "General Hospital" (ABC)
(2004) Made her theater debut in the popular farce, "What the Rabbi Saw"
(2006) Played an up-and-coming secret agent opposite Michael Douglas and Kiefer Sutherland in "The Sentinel"
(2003) Starred (also co-produced) in "Hot Tamales Live" a critically acclaimed comedy/variety show
(2003) Starred as Det. Gloria Duran on "L.A. Dragnet" (USA) a modern-day take on the classic police drama
(2001-2003) Starred as Isabella Braña Williams on the long-running Daytime series, "The Young and the Restless" (CBS)
(2008) Starred in the comedy "Over Her Dead Body" opposite Paul Rudd

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