She won Danfranc Productions Miss California Empire 1984 title at the state pageant held in Irvine, California.
In 1985, she graduated from Norco High School There, she was half of All My Children supercouple Edmund and Maria.
In 2010, La Rue reprised her role as Maria temporarily on January 5 for All My Children's 40th anniversary.
La Rue also performed in television movies over the years, appearing as Annette Funicello in a biographical movie of the former Mouseketeer and also in the adaptation of Danielle Steel's Remembrance as Princess Serena.
He left the date of separation "to be determined."The 47-year-old actress more than hinted at trouble at home yesterday, tweeting, "Emotional time 4 Me and Kaya-Really tough extenuating circumstances-Adult children w/addiction can tear a marriage apart.
After a challenging 2014, in which she dealt with a painful divorce, actress Eva La Rue took stock of her life and spiritual being.
After taking stock both personally and professionally, Eva is back with a burgeoning jewelry line and a TV series she created that's now in development. It should be like the old days when you can lie about your age (laughs), but I probably wouldn't do that anyway.
"Last year was the year of retooling Eva," she says. But looking like you do, you should definitely own and cherish it.
"As crappy as it felt while in it, it really has wound up to be an incredible blessing: Nobody wants to do sit-ups, but we all want abs! You know I feel pretty good; in some ways I feel healthier now than I did when I was younger.
I think mainly because I "have" to work out and stay in shape. It's something you never really perfect, but I think as you are retooling you can use your baggage and stories as something that fuels you. I think those things can become an excuse as we get older, and we all know someone who, as we get older, just gets increasingly bitter.
In 2005 La Rue portrayed Linda Lorenzo, George Lopez's "Long Lost" sister, on the TV sitcom George Lopez.
In the fall 2005, La Rue began the role of Natalia Boa Vista on CSI: Miami.
I have to be on it more now than when I was younger, so I think I do feel stronger now than I did in my 30s. It's an easy pool to pull from; it's an easy go-to, until you really clean and clear it out and really say, "I want to go back to this but with wisdom and I know different." That is a real empowerment.