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Birth name:Eva Maria LaRuy.
Born:December 27, 1966 in Long Beach, California.
Eva LaRue was a teenage beauty queen. She was crowned Miss California Empire 1984 in Irvine, CA.
She played Dr. Maria Santos Grey on All My Children from 1993 to 1997 and again from 2002 to 2005.
Once married to John O'Hurley, she began romancing John Callahan, an AMC co-star who played her on-screen husband "Edmund Grey" on All My Children. Together, they co-hosted both the Miss America pageant and Lifetime's Television Weddings of a Lifetime before marrying on November 30, 1996 on the Hawaiian island of Lanai. For many years, she went by the name Eva LaRue Callahan. They have since divorced. LaRue and Callahan have one daughter, Kaya McKenna.
LaRue received a Daytime Emmy Award nomination in the category of "Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series" for AMC. She also received a nomination in 2004 in the category of " Outstanding Original Song" for composing the song "Dance Again with You" which was used as her character's theme song during a storyline in which Edmund became paralyzed from the waist down.
LaRue also performed in television movies over the years, appearing as Annette Funicello in a biographical movie of the former Mouseketeer and also in the adaptation of Danielle Steel's Remembrance as Princess Serena.
While on All My Children, LaRue developed a notable friendship with Sarah Michelle Gellar, who played the role of Kendall on the soap.
In the fall of 2005, LaRue began the role of Natalia Boa Vista on CSI: Miami. It was revealed in the end of season 4 that Eva's character Natalia Boa Vista was the mole in the lab reporting back to the FBI. As of Season 5, La Rue is a full time cast member and her character is now a trainee CSI under the reluctant tutelage of Ryan Wolfe.
In August 2006, it was revealed that LaRue's sister Nika was one of the women photographed by convicted serial killer William Richard Bradford for his collection. She was no. 3 (out of 54 women) on the poster, created by the LAPD. Bradford would photograph women he met in bars under the guise that he would assist their modeling careers.