Eva Longoria (ex-Isabella, Y&R) made her daytime debut in 2001 when she joined the cast of Y&R. Isabella was brought to town by Michael Baldwin (Christian J. LeBlanc) to break up Paul (Doug Davidson) Christine’s (Lauralee Bell) marriage. She stayed with the show until 2003. She is pictured here with Davidson.
In 2004 she joined the cast of DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, which also starred Marcia Cross (ex-Kate, ONE LIFE TO LIVE). The show ran for eight seasons, ending its run in 2012.
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During her time on DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, Longoria made a number of films, including The Sentinel, with Kiefer Sutherland and Michael Douglas, in 2006.
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That same year she starred alongside Christian Bale and Freddy Rodriguez in Harsh Times.
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In 2008, Longoria was in the film Lower Learning, with daytime alum Jason Biggs (ex-Pete, AS THE WORLD TURNS).
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Longoria played the lead role in Over Her Dead Body with Paul Rudd that same year.
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The actress was seen in the 2012 film A Dark Truth, co-starring with Forrest Whitaker and Andy Garcia.
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Longoria returned to the small screen, albeit behind the camera, when she served as one of the executive producers of DEVIOUS MAIDS, which also starred real-life pal Roselyn Sanchez (ex-Pilar, AS THE WORLD TURNS), with whom she is pictured her. The show ran for four seasons, ending in 2016.
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Longoria played opposite Anna Faris in the 2018 film Overboard.
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In 2019, she starred in and executive produced GRAND HOTEL, which aired over the summer and was canceled after one season. Longoria played Beatriz, the deceased wife of Santiago (Demián Bichir) and was also reunited onscreen with Sanchez, who starred as Gigi.
She also starred in this year’s Dora and the Lost City of Gold with Isabela Moner and Michael Peña.
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