Eva Moore

Picture Eva Moore

1870 - 1955

The actress Eva Moore became like her sister Decima Moore a well-known theater actress and she made her stage debut already in 1897 at the Vaudeville theatre in London. 
It followed other stage engagements which soon made her famous in whole England. 

To her most popular stage appearances belong "The Mountebanks" (1892), "The Wilderness" (01), "Old Heidelberg" (02), "My Lady Cirtue" (03), "Little Lord Fauntleroy" (08) and "The House Opposite" (09). 

In 1920 she appeared in a movie for the first time called "The Law Divine" (20), it followed the silent movies "The Crimson Circle" (22), "Flames of Passion" (22), "The Great Well" (24) and "Motherland" (27).

As a trained stage actress she had had no problems with the transition to the sound film era and she continued her film career in many well-known productions, among them "The Other Woman" (31), "The Old Dark House" (32), "I Was a Spy" (33), "Jew Süss" (34), "The Divorce of Lady X" (38) at son-in-law Laurence Olivier's side and "The Circle" (39).

Her last cinematical works came in the 40's into being with "Scotland Yard Investigator" (45), "Of Human Bondage" (46) and "A Son Is Born" (46).

Eva Moore was married with the actor and writer Henry V. Esmond, her daughter Jill Esmond became also an actress. 

Other movies with Eva Moore:
Chu-Chin-Chow (23) Brown Sugar (31) Almost a Divorce (31) But the Flesh Is Weak (32) The Song You Gave Me (33) Leave it to Smith (33) House of Dreams (33) Little Stranger (34) Blind Justice (34) A Cup of Kindness (34) Annie, Leave the Room! (35) Vintage Wine (35) Parisian Life (36) Old Iron (38) The Bandit of Sherwood Forest (46)