Eve

  • 2003
  • 3 Seasons

The dating misadventures of a young fashion designer and her circle of friends are chronicled in this sitcom starring the sultry rapper.

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Premise

The dating misadventures of a young fashion designer and her circle of friends are chronicled in this sitcom starring the sultry rapper.

Cast

Guest Stars

Sharif Atkins
7 Episodes (2005-2006)
Marty, Marty Egins
7 Episodes (2003-2006)
Frances, Frances Hunter
5 Episodes (2003-2006)
3 Episodes (2006-2006)
Penny Johnson Jerald
Beverly, Beverly Williams
3 Episodes (2005-2006)
Coleman
3 Episodes (2004-2005)
2 Episodes (2006-2006)
2 Episodes (2006-2006)
Andrew Hunter
2 Episodes (2003-2005)
2 Episodes (2005-2005)
Chuck
2 Episodes (2003-2004)
Chantal, Chantel
2 Episodes (2004-2005)
2 Episodes (2004-2004)
Nicky, Trish
2 Episodes (2004-2004)
Imogene
2 Episodes (2005-2005)
Uncle Jerry
1 Episode (2004)
Daphne Zuniga
Sylvia King
1 Episode (2003)
Daryl Mitchell
1 Episode (2005)
Xenon
1 Episode (2003)
Fionna Phipps
1 Episode (2003)
Man
1 Episode (2005)
Patricia
1 Episode (2005)
Waiter
1 Episode (2003)
Sugar-Free
1 Episode (2004)
Latanya
1 Episode (2005)
Mario Lopez
Roberto
1 Episode (2003)
Rodney P.
1 Episode (2004)
Omar Gooding
Lazy G
1 Episode (2006)
Queen Latifah
Simone Williams
1 Episode (2004)
Rev. Everett
1 Episode (2006)
Renee Taylor
Mrs. Berkowitz
1 Episode (2004)
Robert Picardo
Professor Dunson
1 Episode (2006)
Stacey Dash
Corryn
1 Episode (2003)
Rebecca Miller
1 Episode (2005)
Vivica A. Fox
Herself
1 Episode (2005)
Boris Kodjoe
Kevin
1 Episode (2004)
1 Episode (2005)
Danica McKellar
Claudia
1 Episode (2004)
LaDonna
1 Episode (2005)
Josie Davis
Melanie Van Lowe
1 Episode (2005)
Kim Fields
Rochelle
1 Episode (2006)
Deacon Peabody
1 Episode (2004)
Sean Faris
Chip
1 Episode (2003)
Peaches
1 Episode (2004)
Cammie
1 Episode (2003)
Amaury Nolasco
1 Episode (2004)
Corey Reynolds
1 Episode (2003)
Brooke Burke
Herself
1 Episode (2005)
Aramanda
1 Episode (2005)
Missy Elliott
Herself
1 Episode (2003)
Himself
1 Episode (2005)
Himself
1 Episode (2004)
Ludacris
Rufus
1 Episode (2005)
Rance
1 Episode (2004)
Amy Hill
Maribel
1 Episode (2003)
Phillip
1 Episode (2006)
Pizza Man
1 Episode (2005)
Joe Thompson
1 Episode (2004)
Cris Judd
Tony
1 Episode (2003)
Himself
1 Episode (2005)
Bride
1 Episode (2004)
Adam Huss
Wally
1 Episode (2005)
Denise
1 Episode (2005)
Carla
1 Episode (2005)
Frankie
1 Episode (2005)
Man No. 1
1 Episode (2004)
Danielle
1 Episode (2004)
1 Episode (2003)
Courtney
1 Episode (2004)
Woman No. 3
1 Episode (2004)
Ralph
1 Episode (2005)
Barbara
1 Episode (2004)
Trevor
1 Episode (2003)
Delilah
1 Episode (2005)
Woman No. 2
1 Episode (2004)
Alejandro
1 Episode (2004)
Gloria
1 Episode (2006)
Creepy Guy
1 Episode (2003)
1 Episode (2006)
Photographer
1 Episode (2005)
Ike Manning
1 Episode (2004)
Beer Vendor
1 Episode (2003)
Cat Daddy
1 Episode (2005)
Miranda
1 Episode (2005)
Detective
1 Episode (2006)
Usher
1 Episode (2004)
Dwayne
1 Episode (2006)
Busboy
1 Episode (2005)
Shelly (age 7)
1 Episode (2005)
Herself
1 Episode (2003)
Lindsay
1 Episode (2005)
Woman
1 Episode (2003)
Woman No. 1
1 Episode (2004)
Hostess
1 Episode (2003)
Roderick
1 Episode (2005)
Clerk
1 Episode (2004)
Waiter
1 Episode (2005)
Waiter
1 Episode (2003)
Herself
1 Episode (2005)
Mrs. Garris
1 Episode (2005)
1 Episode (2005)
Phyllis
1 Episode (2006)
Robert Horry
Jalen
1 Episode (2005)
George
1 Episode (2004)
Patrick
1 Episode (2006)
Shelly (age 13)
1 Episode (2005)
Tiffany
1 Episode (2004)
Waiter
1 Episode (2004)
Sandy
1 Episode (2004)
Chloe
1 Episode (2006)
Janis
1 Episode (2004)
Guy
1 Episode (2003)
Brenda
1 Episode (2006)
MIXED-ISH - In "mixed-ish," Rainbow Johnson recounts her experience growing up in a mixed-race family in the '80s and the constant dilemmas they had to face over whether to assimilate or stay true to themselves. Bow's parents Paul and Alicia decide to move from a hippie commune to the suburbs to better provide for their family. As her parents struggle with the challenges of their new life, Bow and her siblings navigate a mainstream school in which they're perceived as neither black nor white. This family's experiences illuminate the challenges of finding one's own identity when the rest of the world can't decide where you belong. (ABC/Kelsey McNeal)
MYKAL-MICHELLE HARRIS, ARICA HIMMEL, ETHAN WILLIAM CHILDRESS

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