Eve Arden was born Eunice M. Quedens on April 30, 1908, in Mill Valley, California. She left school at 16 to join a stock theater company, and made her film debut in the musical Song of Love in 1929. While appearing on Broadway in the Ziegfeld Follies Revue…more
Eve was admitted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1995.
Eve was nominated for an Oscar in 1946 for her supporting role in Mildred Pierce.
Eve has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6714 Hollywood Blvd.
Eve had 4 children. 2 girls and a boy were adopted and she had a biological son with her first husband Brooks West.
Eve was 5' 7½" tall.
Eve's real age wasn't revealed until after she died as she never liked to discuss it.
Eve Arden was one of three main co-stars on The Danny Kaye / Pabst Blue Ribbon Show radio program.
Eve got her stage name while looking over some cosmetics and spotting the names "Evening in Paris" and "Elizabeth Arden."
Eve: I've worked with a lot of great glamorous girls in movies and the theater. And I'll admit, I've often thought it would be wonderful to be a femme fatale. But then I'd always come back to thinking that if they only had what I've had - a family, real love, an anchor - they would have been so much happier during all the hours when the marquees and the floodlights are dark.