Eve recorded an advertisement for a set visit to the studios of Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures for Children In Need 2008 with David Tennant, John Barrowman and Catherine Tate.
Eve first met Kai Owen who plays her husband on Torchwood years ago when she was appearing on stage in Mold (North Wales); Kai came to see her with a friend of hers. After the show, the three went to dinner and to a fete where Eve and Kai had their faces painted as clowns.
Eve has been nominated for Best Actress/Television for Torchwood, in the 2008 SyFy Genre Awards.
Eve's favourite book is Perfume by Patrick Susskind.
The first book Eve remembers reading is The Witches by Roald Dahl.
Myles' film debut occurred with 2001's Score, in which she played Paula
Eve Myles won Best Actress for Torchwood in the Bafta Cymru Awards in April 2007.
Eve has recorded an audio version of the Torchwood novel "Border Princes" by Dan Abnett. It was released on double CD in April 2007.
Eve appeared in BBC1 drama Trainer as a stable-hand.
Russell T. Davies wrote the role of Gwen Cooper especially for Eve after working with her on the Doctor Who episode "The Unquiet Dead."
Eve has performed as part of the prestigious Royal Shakespeare Company.
In 2005, The Western Mail ranked Myles seventh in its annual list of the 50 sexiest women in Wales.
She has recently finished filming "Soundproof" for BBC TWO.
Eve starred in Belonging and its sequel Belonging II as Ceri Lewis.
Eve guest starred in the first series of Doctor Who, although that role has nothing to do with her role on the spin-off series Torchwood.
Before finding fame in mainstream programmes, Eve worked on cheap Welsh soap operas.
Eve lives in Cardiff, Wales.
Eve: (on Gwen Cooper) She's an ordinary girl in an extraordinary situation. And she's awesome! She's absolutely brilliant! I'm exhausted playing her, but she is quite special.
Eve: (on the Torchwood episode Adrift) I am very proud of that because it was a very different episode and I think it was a huge diversion from where everybody thought Torchwood Series 2 was going, a huge diversion. It anchored Gwen again as being human. She learned about the do's and don'ts. Sometimes, never mind how much good you think you are doing, actually sometimes it's better just to stay in the background. That's a big, big thing that goes against everything that Gwen is.
Eve: (on the last scenes with Burn and Naoko on Torchwood) It was actually filmed on the last day. You're doing seven months with people and coming to an end it's always an emotional thing to say goodbye to people - especially when you have to say goodbye to them for good. To do those scenes was very, very hard.
Eve: (on seeing the first script for Torchwood)Aw, I just read it and it was like a film, it was like this wonderful movie script and, aw, it was extraordinary! It was like nothing I'd ever read before. And when you're reading a character that's been written for you it just instantly lifts off the page, and I just wanted to start the next day, I wanted to get into it!
Eve: (On working on film, tv, radio, and theatre) If I didn't have television I wouldn't enjoy theatre and if I didn't have theatre I wouldn't enjoy television. It's lovely, because with our jobs, it's normally, at the longest, they would last 6-7 months and that's film or theatre, so once you've gone 6 months in theatre you can't wait to do some tv or film and then vice versa ? if you do 6 months of tv or film, you can't wait to get back onto the stage, so I think they kind of balance each other out. If I didn't have one I wouldn't enjoy the other so much. But I'm a huge fan of theatre.
Eve: (on doing her own stunts)If there's a fence I can jump over, I will jump over it. If there's a train I can throw myself on, I will - I really enjoy it.
Eve: It's odd, I feel like I've been working for years and years but now I feel like I'm the new girl that's coming out because nobody's gonna know who I am, you know! And it's very exciting but it's very, very frightening at the same time
Eve: (on the people of Cardiff) They've been totally, totally amazing and they've allowed [Torchwood] to happen in Cardiff because if it did get to a point where we were annoying people or people didn't want it, I don't think we'd be able to use the beautiful facilities that Cardiff offers.
Eve: (on working on set with the Doctor Who team next door): If you were in the 1960s and you walked up there you'd be wondering what someone had put in your tea! It's trippy, it's really trippy. There's witches walking about it, Shakespeare's walking about, there's goblins walking around, there's Weevils walking around, there's... things I can't talk about walking around! It's a great place to work because it's fun, you see crazy things every day!
Eve: (on working on a science fiction show) The first experience I've had of doing something supernatural and something alien was playing Gwyneth in Doctor Who, where my character was taken over in séances, and that was all CGI. You've either got to go for it 100 per cent or not bother doing it at all, because if you don't believe in it, no one else is going to.
Eve: (interviewed after winning the part of Gwen Cooper) I'm thrilled to be playing the part of Gwen. To get the chance to do a 13-part series under the watchful pen of Russell is amazing. It's such a compliment to have been chosen for the part - I can't wait.
Eve: (on being cast as Gwen in Torchwood) So it's odd, I feel like I've been working for years and years but now I feel like I'm the new girl that's coming out because nobody's gonna know who I am, you know! And it's very exciting but it's very, very frightening at the same time
Eve: I like geeks. I think geeks are cool. Um.. you know, he is kind of "geeky" and he is kind of sweet, but he's gentle and he's genuine and he's kind and warm and funny.