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Also Known As: Alice Sophia Eve Died:
Born: February 6, 1982 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: actress

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Easy on the eyes, intelligent, and poised for household-name status, British born beauty Alice Eve waited until well into her twenties to seriously pursue a career in front of the camera. Eve appeared in little-seen independent gems like "Stage Beauty" (2004), "Starter for 10" (2006) and "Big Nothing" (2006), in addition to a handful of British television work. Eve was also featured in several British and American theatrical productions, most notably a role in Tom Stoppard's play, "Rock n' Roll," directed by Trevor Nunn. Eve made qualified strides and gained a following with her turn in the Harrison Ford drama "Crossing Over" (2009) before stepping into her biggest role then to date as the lead object of desire in "She's Out of My League" (2010), ensuring her fair share of ink as Hollywood's next "It" girl.

Easy on the eyes, intelligent, and poised for household-name status, British born beauty Alice Eve waited until well into her twenties to seriously pursue a career in front of the camera. Eve appeared in little-seen independent gems like "Stage Beauty" (2004), "Starter for 10" (2006) and "Big Nothing" (2006), in addition to a handful of British television work. Eve was also featured in several British and American theatrical productions, most notably a role in Tom Stoppard's play, "Rock n' Roll," directed by Trevor Nunn. Eve made qualified strides and gained a following with her turn in the Harrison Ford drama "Crossing Over" (2009) before stepping into her biggest role then to date as the lead object of desire in "She's Out of My League" (2010), ensuring her fair share of ink as Hollywood's next "It" girl.

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CAST: (feature film)

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 Eye of Winter (2014)
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 1:30 Train (2014)
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 Men in Black III (2012)
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 Crossing Over (2008)
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 Big Nothing (2007)
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At age 13, cast as Olivia in a production of "Twelfth Night"
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Appeared in several productions while at Oxford
2004:
Made professional acting debut in the British television biopic of physicist Stephen Hawking in "Hawking"
2004:
Featured in the gender-bending Claire Danes drama "Stage Beauty"
2005:
Appeared in the television adaptation of Jonathan Coe's novel "The Rotters' Club"
2006:
Cast as a young Esme in Tom Stoppard's "Rock n' Roll" at the Royal Court Theater; reprised role in the 2007 Broadway transfer
2006:
Played James McAvoy's love interest in the British romantic-comedy "Starter for 10"
2006:
Cast as one of the three leads (with David Schwimmer and Simon Pegg) in the crime caper comedy "Big Nothing"
2009:
Played Roxanne to Joseph Fiennes' Cyrano in the Chichester Festival's production of "Cyrano de Bergerac"
2009:
Appeared with Harrison Ford and Ray Liotta in "Crossing Over"
2010:
Played a stunning event planner who falls for an average Joe (Jay Baruchel) in "She's Out of My League"
2010:
Cast as Charlotte's (Kristin Davis) 20-year-old nanny in the sequel "Sex and the City 2"
2012:
Cast opposite John Cusack in mystery thriller "The Raven"
2012:
Appeared in "Men in Black III" opposite Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones
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Education

University of Oxford: -
Beverly Hills Playhouse: Beverly Hills , California -
Westminster School: London , England -

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