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Eva Bourne, also credited as Eva Allan, is the Canadian actress who portrays Princess Eva on ABC's Once Upon a Time.

Biography

Eva Bourne, professionally known as Eva Allan, was born in the small rural town of Creston, British Columbia. She describes her time growing up as humbling, but had trouble connecting with the lifestyle and mindset of the people there.[1] With little activities to do as a youth, she started to become involved in school plays.[2]

In high school, she did a lot of drama acting. Despite being passionate about it, Eva felt stigmatized in that very few actors are truly successful in the industry. While actively pursuing a future as a dental assistant, she saw a Woody Allen trailer production and felt the urge to get creative again. This helped her to find inspiration in going back onto the path of being an actor.[3]

Eva moved to Vancouver on a whim, and studied with School Creative. Soon after graduating, she found an agent and began auditioning right away, which led to her role in Beyond the Black Rainbow. Afterwards, she booked a recurring role on the SyFy series Caprica, as well as roles on USA Network's Psych, Disney Channel’s 16 Wishes, and 20th Century Fox’s The Big Year. She also had a lead role on the Hub Network’s The Haunting Hour.[2]

Aside from being intensely focused on her acting career, Eva likes abstract landscape painter, writer,[1] dancing, running, and hanging out with friends.[2]

Filmography

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2010 Beyond the Black Rainbow Elena Movie
2011 The Big Year Birder's Daughter Movie
2014 Words and Pictures Catherine Movie
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2009 Psych Mary 1 episode
2010 16 Wishes Fashionista 2 TV movie
2010 Caprica Devanna 3 episodes
2011 The Haunting Hour Hanna 2 episodes
2012 Emily Owens M.D. Tracy Ballard 1 episode
2013 Motive Kristi 1 episode
2013 Once Upon a Time Princess Eva 2 episodes
2013 Falling Skies Kim Kennedy 1 episode

Appearances

"Archive" denotes archive footage.

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References