Eve Gordon

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Eve Gordon
Born (1960-06-25) June 25, 1960 (age 54)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Other names Eve Bennett-Gordon
Occupation Actress
Years active 1981–present
Spouse(s) Todd Waring (1987-present)

Eve Gordon (also known as Eve Bennett-Gordon; born June 25, 1960) is an American actress. Her television roles include playing Marilyn Monroe in the Emmy-winning miniseries A Woman Named Jackie (1991), Congressional aide Jordan Miller in the short-lived sitcom The Powers That Be (1992-1993), the mother of the title character in the drama series Felicity (1998-2002) and Monica Klain, the wife of Ron Klain (played by Kevin Spacey) in the Emmy-winning HBO film Recount (2008). She also starred in the film Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves (1997) with Rick Moranis .

Career[edit]

Gordon was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the daughter of Mary (née McDougall), a historian, and Richard Bennett Gordon, a history professor and lawyer.[1] After graduating with Honors in History from Brown University, she received her MFA in Acting from the Yale School of Drama.

She started her acting career in 1982, playing Marge Tallworth in the movie The World According to Garp. After that, she appeared in ER, The Partridge Family Story, Avalon and Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves (as Diane Szalinski, taking the role over from Marcia Strassman), and starred in David Chase's first original series, Almost Grown, and The Good Life with Drew Carey.

On the stage, she has starred on and off-Broadway, in Paris, Madrid, Chicago, Los Angeles, and many other cities, working with Peter Sellers, Richard Foreman, and Daniel Sullivan in classics, musicals, and comedies.

Personal life[edit]

Eve is married to Todd Waring and has two daughters.

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