Eve Brent



Place of birth:

Houston, Texas, U.S.A.:


Born in Houston, Texas, and raised in Fort Worth, Eve Brent began her career in radio and early television and later moved on to the college and little theater stage. Arriving in Hollywood with a husband and infant son in the 1950s, she landed some film (Gun Girls (1957), Journey to Freedom (1957), The Bride and the Beast (1958)) and episodic TV roles. Maverick director Samuel Fuller changed her name to Eve Brent when she appeared in his western Forty Guns (1957), the first of dozens of screen roles for her under that name. She then played Jane opposite Gordon Scott's Tarzan in Tarzan's Fight for Life (1958) and in episodes of a Tarzan TV series. In addition to her big-screen and episodic TV assignments, Brent has appeared in hundreds of commercials. IMDb Mini Biography By: Tom Weaver

Film Credits

Palo Alto, CA (2007)
as Grandma
Garfield (2004)
as Mrs. Baker
The Green Mile (1999)
as Elaine Connelly
In Search of Tarzan with Jonathan Ross (1998)
as Herself
Racing with the Moon (1984)
as Mrs. Kaiser
Going Berserk (1983)
as Mrs. Reese
BrainWaves (1983)
as Mrs. Simpson
Fade to Black (1980)
as Aunt Stella Binford
The White Buffalo (1977)
as Frieda
The Todd Killings (1971)
A Guide for the Married Man (1967)
as Joe X's Blowsy Blonde
Stakeout! (1962)
as Susie
Tarzan's Fight for Life (1958)
as Jane
Destination Nightmare (1958)
as Lila Kirby
The Bride and the Beast (1958)
as Stewardess (as Jean Ann Lewis)
Tarzan and the Trappers (1958)
as Jane
Gun Girls (1957)
as Joy
Forty Guns (1957)
as Louvenia Spanger
The Garment Jungle (1957)
as Receptionist (uncredited)
The Storm Rider (1957)
as Mrs. Cooper
Female Jungle (1956)
as Monica Madison
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