Eva Amurri Biography, Age,Parents,Husband and Thats my boy

Eva Amurri is an American film and television actress. She is best known for her role in Californication film where she stars as a stripper.

Eva Amurri Biography

Eva Amurri is an American film and television actress. She is best known for her role in Californication film where she stars as a stripper.

Eva Amurri Age

She was born on March 15, 1985, New York City, U.S.She is 34 years old as of 2019.

Eva Amurri Parents

She was an Italian director Franco Amurri and American actress, Susan Sarandon.

Eva Amurri Husband

She got married to Kyle Martino on October 29, 2011, who is a former Major League Soccer player and current NBC Sports broadcaster.

Eva Amurri Children

She has two children, a daughter and a son born in 2014, and 2016 respectively.

Eva Amurri Net Worth

Her net worth is $5 Million as of 2018.

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Eva Amurri Martino Had Her First Nude Scene in That’s My Boy. Here’s How She Got the Confidence to Bare it All.
Actress Eva Amurri Martino stars alongside Andy Samberg and Adam Sandler in That’s My Boy, but memorizing lines and keeping up with the king of digital shorts was nothing compared to prepping for her first nude scene…

Actress Eva Amurri Martino stars alongside Andy Samberg and Adam Sandler in That’s My Boy, but memorizing lines and keeping up with the king of digital shorts was nothing compared to prepping for her first nude scene…

Being in the buff can certainly be a bit jarring — even for the most confident of us. Try adding co-workers, producers, directors, a whole audio/visual crew…not to mention millions of movie-goers as witnesses to your nakedness, and things just got a little bit scary. Here’s how Eva nailed it.

Glamour: How did you prep for your nude scene?

Eva: Well, I was prepping for my wedding [Eva married former soccer player Kyle Martino in October], and stress is definitely its own kind of diet, but I didn’t go overboard. After all, we were filming in Boston, and lobster rolls are my personal weakness. But also, my character was supposed to be bodacious and look like a woman, which was nice.

From:https://www.glamour.com/                   

Eva Amurri Wedding

We wanted someplace romantic,” the actress tells PEOPLE of her nuptials to Kyle Martino

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JENNIFER GARCIA
November 06, 2011 12:00 PM

Eva Amurri and her soccer commentator beau Kyle Martino have jetted off to their honeymoon following a weekend wedding that mixed Southern hospitality with Hollywood glamour.

“We’re going to the beach to do nothing and drink Piña Coladas, surf, and enjoy some quiet time together,” the bride tells PEOPLE. “We are really looking forward to continuing building our life together.”

It was a busy few days surrounding their ceremony in Charleston, S.C., last Saturday, complete with a bridal luncheon and scavenger hunt earlier in the week.

Last Friday night, guests were treated to a casual oyster roast rehearsal dinner with some surprises. Tim Robbins, who helped raise Amurri during his relationship with her mother Susan Sarandon, wrote and performed a song for the couple, as did other guests.

The next day, Sarandon and Robbins, who split in December 2010 after 21 years together, co-hosted the ceremony in the historic Confederate Home.

Lela Rose Gown

“We wanted someplace romantic, and that would still be around for us to bring our children to,” Amurri, 26, says. “Charleston has so much history and really fit the bill.”

Amurri, who wore a gown designed by Lela Rose, was walked down the aisle by Robbins and Sarandon, who both gave speeches at the reception.

The ceremony included a twist on classic vows – “We re-worked them to create something more personal,” says Amurri – and was officiated by Sister Helen Prejean, about whom the movie Dead Man Walking was made, starring Sarandon.

“She’s an old family friend,” says a guest. “It just made sense for them to have her do it.”

The black-tie reception that followed, planned by Calder Clark Designs in Charleston, was held at Hibernian Hall.

Seafood Dinner

“It was gorgeous and also totally enclosed for privacy,” says Amurri.

Dinner was “a seafood-heavy menu,” says the bride, because of the coastal location. Guests toasted with Perrier Jouet champagne and enjoyed the first course of Fusilli All’ Amatriciana, a main course of ginger seared halibut and a plethora of decadent desserts.

“We couldn’t decide on one dessert so we had six!” laughs Amurri. But no traditional cake for this couple: “Neither of us like it!”

Following dinner, the couple got their groove on to a soul band and then a DJ. Robbins spent the night on the dance floor with guests including stylist Brad Goreski and designer Chris Benz, who was in the bridal party.

“Our crowd is big dancers,” says the bride, “so we had to be heavy on the music.”

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“That’s not to say that I’m not pretty worried about the day when we have to get her to stop: I AM WORRIED,” Eva Amurri Martino admits of daughter Marlowe

“I can’t tell you how many people reach out to me on a regular basis to share their concern over Marlowe’s thumb sucking,” Amurri Martino, 33, began in a lengthy post this link opens in a new tab about her older child, 4.

“Why wasn’t I concerned? I realized in giving it some thought that it’s actually a really interesting topic for discussion, and it’s perhaps one of the few parenting topics that I don’t feel conflicted about,” she continues.

In the blog, Amurri Martino (who is the daughter of Susan Sarandon) pinpoints the origin of her daughter’s thumb-sucking to weaning her off pacifiers. To manage the habit, she was proactive in getting Marlowe to associate sucking her thumb with a “lovey,” a special blanket.

“At first, we would only give her the lovey at nap times, bed times and on car rides/plane trips,” she explains. “Then, as she got older and started getting bumps and bruises, separation anxiety and during the phase when she became a big sister — we allowed her to have it a lot more.”

In comparison, her younger child, 2-year-old son Major James, neither sucks his thumb nor uses a pacifier.

“When Marlowe became a thumbsucker, I was actually beyond happy about it. The fact that she had an object on her person with which to self-soothe made life so much easier for me,” the mother of two writes.

“My only concerns about the thumb sucking were speech delays and problems with her palate and teeth long-term,” Amurri Martino continues.

After taking Marlowe to her first dentist appointment, Amurri Martino was surprised to learn the habit hadn’t affected her teeth. That moment gave her relief and reinforced Amurri Martino’s pride in her daughter for finding “something that makes her feel so secure.”

“All of a sudden, I really wasn’t worried about this so-called ‘bad habit,’ ” she reflects. “Marlowe has also been through so many changes the past couple of years, with a new brother, moving across the country, a few home moves, and another on the horizon.”

“That’s not to say that I’m not pretty worried about the day when we have to get her to stop: I AM WORRIED,” Amurri Martino admits. “She’s obsessed, and I’m not quite sure what the gentlest method is to encourage her to stop this without traumatizing her.