Eden Sher

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  • Birth Place: Los Angeles, CA
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 12/26/1991, Capricorn
  • Profession: Actor
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VIDEO: Thanksgiving VI

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Thanksgiving VI
Free | ABC
Length: 21:32
Aired: 11/19/2014

Thanksgiving for the Hecks at a local buffet doesn't go as planned. watch

VIDEO: The Middle: Thanksgiving VI

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The Middle: Thanksgiving VI
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Aired: 11/19/2014

Thanksgiving for the Hecks at a local buffet doesn't go as planned. watch

VIDEO: Thanksgiving Vi

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Thanksgiving Vi
Paid | iTunes
Length: 23:49:20
Aired: 11/19/2014

Thanksgiving for the Hecks at a local restaurant buffet doesn't go well when Sue feels that Mike doesn't like her boyfriend, Darrin, and Brick invites his quirky girlfriend, Cindy. watch

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Lazy mother
Detox

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Credits

Year Title Description
2013 The View: Episode
Season 16, Episode 105
Episode, Guest
2009 Sonny With a Chance: Three's Not Company
Season 1, Episode 6
Episode, Actor - Lucy
2009 The Middle TV Show Series, Actor - Sue Heck
2006 Sons & Daughters TV Show Series, Actor - Carrie Fenton
2005 Weeds TV Show Series, Actor - Gretchen

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News

Ask Matt: Black-ish, The Middle, Anarchy Music, The Voice, The Knick, and More

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Question: OMG! The Halloween episode of Black-ish was the funniest yet! Between all the pranks at home and his office (Josh getting hit was the best — twice!), the daughter deciding not to prank anymore, and the kids not going trick-or-treating because they didn't want to get diabetes, I couldn't decide what was funnier; well, maybe Josh getting hit twice in the nose was the best! However, I think the best thing of the whole episode was the ending when they came out dressed like the Jackson 5; brought back so many awesome childhood memories for me! This is the best sitcom of the 2014 season! I hope they renew it as I look forward to watching it every week! — Amy, Galloway, OH

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New Season in Review: Black-ish a Truly Modern Family

Comedies with an actual point of view are as rare as they are welcome — especially in a fall awash in mediocre new cookie-cutter romantic comedies. Even in a better season, ABC's provocative and very funny Black-ish (9:30/8:30c) would stand out for its broad and biting satire of an uneasily post racial society seen through a very modern-family prism. (It's also about time ABC scheduled a smart family comedy after its multiple-Emmy-winning champ Modern Family.)

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Ask Matt: Emmy Snubs, Sweden, 24, Dome and Extant, and More

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Question: Once again, this year's Emmy nominations are predictably boring. What was the bigger snub: No Good Wife nomination for Best Drama (especially with a weak Downton Abbey season in its place) or no nomination for Tatiana Maslany for her web of roles on Orphan Black? (I already know the answer: Both snubs were egregious.) — Erin

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First Look: Casey Wilson Gets Caught in The Middle

The prayers of Happy Endings fans have been answered — Casey Wilson is back on TV, guest starring on ABC's The Middle in mid-March. She plays...

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Ask Matt: Race on Sleepy Hollow, Person of Interest, plus Grey's, Glee, Good Wife

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Question: What are your thoughts on the awareness of people in the TV industry regarding the perception that it's always the non-white characters that are killed off shows? It seems impossible to me that those in charge don't see this phenomenon as a problem, and yet, consistently, that seems to be what happens. That reality is so pervasive for me that when I watched the pilot for Sleepy Hollow, my thought as what looked to be the two main characters — a well-known white, male actor (Clancy Brown) and a young, unknown-to-me African-American actress (Nicole Beharie) — approached the spooky, abandoned farm house was, "Seriously, Show? Already you're going to kill off the black actor?" read more

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