Since graduating from Oxford, ALICE EVE (Molly) has shown her talent in film, television and theater. She was last seen in The Weinstein Company's "Crossing Over." The film follows immigrants of different nationalities struggling to achieve legal status in Los Angeles. Eve plays a young Australian girl who has recently moved into the city. The talented cast included Harrison Ford, Ashley Judd and Ray Liotta.
In 2008, she turned heads on Broadway and in London's West End in the critically acclaimed play "Rock N Roll." Written by Tom Stoppard and directed by Trevor Nunn, Eve starred alongside Rufus Sewell, Brian Cox and Sinead Cusack.
In 2006, Eve starred in "Starter for Ten" opposite James McAvoy and Rebecca Hall. The film was produced by Tom Hanks and was based on the bestselling book by David Nicholls. The story follows a group of students negotiating their way through university in 1980's Bristol. "Starter for Ten" screened at the 2006 Toronto Film Festival. The same year, she was seen in "Big Nothing" opposite David Schwimmer and Simon Pegg.
Eve's first film role came while she was still at University in the hit film "Stage Beauty" opposite Rupert Everett, Clare Danes and Ben Chaplin. She portrayed the mischievous Miss Frain in the film.
On the small screen, Eve's television credits include the role of Cicely Boyd in the hit UK TV series "The Rotters Club"; a starring role in the ITV1 movie "Losing Gemma"; and the BBC TV drama "Hawking," the story of the search for the beginning of time.
Eve is the daughter of actors Trevor Eve and Sharon Maughan. She went to school in London before going on to study English at Oxford University. At university, she took part in many theater productions, which is where she developed her love of acting. Her roles at university included Galactica in "Scenes from an Execution" and Mabel in "An Ideal Husband."
Eve currently resides in London.