Eva Mendes - Hollywood Movie, TV and Music Celebrity Actress - Naked and Nude - Galleries, Videos, and Biography
Eva Mendes is an American actress best known for her roles in the films 'Training Day,' 'Stuck on You' and 'Hitch.' The beauty of Cuban descent is also a model for several brands. View a gallery of Eva Mendes Naked and Nude Fashion and Hollywood Celebrity.
Eva Mendes was born on March 5, 1974, in Miami, Florida, and is of Cuban descent. At age 10, Mendes and her older brothers and sisters moved to Los Angeles with their mother after her parents divorced.
"I was poor. I came from a lower-middle-class family, so I would imagine all kinds of things. I thought I was going to be an astronaut and an opera singer when I was really little. Then I thought about being a movie star when I saw Annie. I was seven then," Mendes told the Sydney Morning Herald.
As a child, Mendes aspired to be a nun. As she grew older, her path changed when a Hollywood casting agent saw her photos in a friend's portfolio. Mendes, then a marketing major at California State University in Northridge, dropped out in 1997 to pursue an acting career.
Born on March 5, 1974, in Miami, Florida, actress Eva Mendes is of Cuban descent. Her big breakthrough came playing Denzel Washington's wife in the film Training Day (2001). Her other hits include Stuck on You (2003) and Hitch (2005). Maxim, AskMen.com, and People magazine has acknowledged Mendes for her beauty, and she has been the face of Revlon and Calvin Klein ads.
Mendes's sexy looks landed her in music videos such as Will Smith's Miami and Aerosmith's Hole in My Soul. Her first major acting role came in 1998, in the direct-to-video film Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror. During this period she also starred in several other movies, such as A Night at the Roxbury (1998), Mortal Kombat: Konquest (1998), My Brother the Pig (1999), and Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000).
Mendes caught the public's eye for a nude scene she did while playing Denzel Washington's wife in the film Training Day (2001). The newly minted sex symbol told the Daily News, "After Training Day came out, people were not only recognizing me, they were responding to my character."