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Alice Eve

Alice Eve

Birth Date

February 6, 1982


United Kingdom

Sun Sign


Natural hair color


Eye color

Blue / Green


5 ft 5 in | 166 cm

Alice Eve eyes photos

Body Measurements

36-25-35 in | 91.5-63.5-89 cm


56 kg | 123.5 pounds

Bra Size


Shoe size

8 US | 38.5 EU

Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Alice Sophia Eve was born in London, England, UK, on February 6, 1982, is a British actress.

Young Alice Eve first started acting during her years at the Bedales School, England, in school theatrical productions of "Les Misérables" and "Twelfth Night".

She made her big screen debut in romantic drama film Stage Beauty (2004) in role as Miss Frayne.

She got her television debut in BBC film Hawking (2004) in role as Martha Guthrie.

Her breakthrough performance came as Alice Harbinson in comedy movie Starter for 10 (2006) opposite James McAvoy.

Her left eye is blue and her right eye is green.

New Movies

Pelleas (2019) drama in role as Melisande, opposite Benn Northover and Joanna Pickering

Bombshell (2019) drama in role as Ainsley Earhardt, with Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie

Best Movies

She played Lieutenant Carol Marcus in science fiction film Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) directed by J. J. Abrams.

She's Out of My League (2010) romantic comedy opposite Jay Baruchel

Big Nothing (2006) black comedy crime opposite Simon Pegg

The Raven (2012) psychological crime thriller opposite John Cusack

Before We Go (2014) romantic drama with Chris Evans

The Decoy Bride (2011) romantic comedy with David Tennant

Criminal (2016) action thriller opposite Kevin Costner

ATM (2012) horror thriller opposite Josh Peck

Cold Comes The Night (2013) crime thriller opposite Bryan Cranston

Some Velvet Morning (2013) drama opposite Stanley Tucci

Decoding Annie Parker (2013) drama opposite Aaron Paul

Please Stand By (2017) comedy-drama opposite Dakota Fanning

Misconduct (2016) thriller with Anthony Hopkins and Al Pacino

Dirty Weekend (2015) comedy-drama opposite Matthew Broderick

Replicas (2018) science fiction thriller opposite Keanu Reeves

TV Shows

Iron Fist (2018) Netflix series in role as super villain "Typhoid Mary" Walker

Entourage (2011) HBO comedy drama television series in role as Sophia

Ordeal by Innocence (2018) three-part BBC drama in role as Gwenda Vaughan


Attended Bedales School, More House School and Westminster School in London.

Studied at the Beverly Hills Playhouse and read English at St Catherine's College, Oxford.

Has two brothers.

Has English, Irish and Welsh ancestry.

Good friends with actor Benedict Cumberbatch.

Lives in Los Angeles, California and London, England.


She dated Adam O'Riordan (2009-2012), Ben Adams (2008), Rufus Sewell (2006-2008) and Rafe Spall (2004-2006).

She was married to financier Alex Cowper-Smith (2014-2017).


In film, the camera can get an array of shots so the audience can see the emotion the character is giving off. Using close-ups on the character's face really helps get the message across. On stage, you can't do that. But the stage has that live feeling that you can't get anywhere else because the audience is right there.

I really don't mind what people assume about me. I really think that my brain is my private thing. I don't need the approval of people. I don't need people to think I'm intelligent. And I'm not that intelligent.

I'm a girl's girl. I love to hang out with boys - I've got brothers - but I'm a girl's girl, in all the ways you can be girlie. Nails and chats and gossip magazines and reality TV and pop culture... Did going to Oxford and reading "Paradise Lost" change that? No.

I wish that I wasn't such an odd mixture. I wish I was serious, but I do love high heels and romantic comedies: being in them and watching them.

All through my life, I didn't really consider my eyes at all, and then I became an actress. It's great, I guess. They're just in my face, and one is green and one is blue. It's different, and I'm definitely a proponent of being different in any way you can in life, so I guess if you're born a bit different that's a good thing.