Eden Sher Plays âSue Heckâ in The Middle, this young actress also has appeared in âSons & Daughtersâ as Carrie. Keep reading to find out more about Eden, see photos and video.
As a biography, Eden Sher was born as Eden Rebecca Sher in Los Angeles, California on December 29, 1991. Her age is 18. Her mother is a teacher and she is the third child of three siblings. Eden was raised in Los Angeles and started her acting career at 8, she took part of schools plays and some local stage projects.
Eden Sher has appeared in several t.v commercials, and lent her voice as well on some projects. She landed the role of Caterpillar Girl in the 2001 Film, Stuck. But she is well known for her role as Carrie Fenton in ABC’s “Sons & Daughters”. She also appeared in âWeedsâ playing Gretchen. Other t.v series where the 18-year-old actress has performed are: The O.C, she played Jane in one episode in 2007. The Middleman as Cindy Marshall, Sonny with a Chance and Party Down. Sher received a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination as Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series for her role as Gretchen in Weeds (2005). She also has performed in some sketches on âThe Tonight Show with Jay Lenoâ.
Nowadays, the Los Angeles native 18-year-old actress is starring in the comedy t.v show The Middle, Eden Sher plays Sue Heck a queen of losers. She is pretty funny, by the way. Other details about this funny young actress she has 3 dogs, loves singing and taking theatre. Last March, Eden appeared on The View, she acted out along with Whoopi Goldberg one of the Whoopiâs favorite scenes from The Middle, you can see the video here. So, after this brief bio, I think you have now an idea who is this talented young actress. It is said that she will be seen in the film The Science of Cool.
See pictures of Eden Sher attending the event The Paley Center For Media presents an evening with ‘The Middle’ in Beverly Hills, California on May 05, 2010. And other photos from a different event Los Angeles Premiere of ‘How To Train Your Dragon’ held at the Gibson Amphitheatre Universal City, California on March 21, 2010 and a video.
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