Eve Plumb started her acting career at age 6 performing in many
television and commercials. She is well remembered for her portrayal of “Jan”
on “The Brady Bunch”, as well as, TV movies such as “Dawn: Portrait of a
Teenage Runaway” and “Little Women”. Eve studied improv comedy at The
Groundlings School in Los Angeles. Stage credits include the off-Broadway Nora
Ephron and Delia Ephron’s Love, Loss, and What I Wore, Miss
Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating & Marriage, Unbroken
Circle and regional theatre work throughout the United States. Eve
has proudly been part of two “Broadway Backwards” performances for Broadway
Cares Equity Fights Aids. Recent television credits include “Law and Order:
SVU” and “Army Wives.” Eve also starred in the film Blue Ruin (Winner
Cannes Directors’ Fortnight, Sundance Spotlight Festival, Independent Spirit
nominee) and just completed filming of the feature Monsoon set or release in 2016. Eve can
next be seen as Mrs. Murdock in the live television broadcast of GREASE LIVE!
on Fox on January 31, 2016.
Eve has been painting steadily for the last 25 years. Largely
self-taught, she has focused on still life
for the majority of her subject matter, painting objects or moments from her
everyday life and travels. More recently she has expanded her subject matter to
include NYC scenes as well as scenes from classic Film Noir and Western movies.
is a creative outlet for me when I’m not acting. It gives me a feeling of
control over my creative life. An actor often has to wait for projects to come
along, but I can paint any time of the day. I sometimes describe my art as
‘spontaneous still life’. Whenever I see a likely subject, everything stops and
I take photographs. This holds the moment in time until I can paint it.”
Her compositions are oils on canvas or linen and range in size
from 5” x 8” to 30” x 40”.
Eve works out of her home and studio in New York City.
They can be purchased directly from the galleries that represent her - Please visit the 'Gallery Representation' page for more information.