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Eden Sher was born on December 26, 1991 in Los Angeles, California. She works as an American actress and is most famous for her role as Sue Heck on the ABC comedy show The Middle and as the voice of Star Butterfly on the Disney animated series Star vs. the Forces of Evil.
Eden Rebecca Sher born in a Jewish family and was raised by her mother. Eden’s mother worked as a school teacher while she raised her children as single mom. Eden Sher has two brothers, one elder and the other one is younger than her.
At an early age of eight, Eden Sher's strong passion for acting was clearly visible when she started acting in school plays, local theatre productions, and singing for the school chorus. One of her school plays really ignited her true passion for acting.
Eden Sher's acting career spanning from the year 2001 to the present can be regarded as a fruitful one where she has come off age and learned the tricks of the acting trade.
Eden Sher has had many roles in television series throughout her career as an actress. But it was her role as Sue Heck played in The Middle which brought her fame and a starring role. Eden Sher won the prestigious Critics' Choice Television Awards for her role in The Middle in the category for the Best Comedy Supporting Actress in 2013.
When asked by Vulture Magazine how she relates to her character Sue, Eden said, “How much of myself has been infused into it. The discrepancy in age … I’ve always been four or five years older than this character. But since she started college, she sort of caught up to me. Twenty-one feels way less of an age gap than 13 to 17. I’ll do a scene or I’ll have this speech that means so much to me, and it’ll feel so personal. I’ve gotten better at acting. [Laughs.] I’ve seen the pilot again recently and I’m like, “Oh my god, I was so bad! I could’ve played that so much better!” It’s a good thing that I’ve learned so much and improved, but it continues year after year to become more personal. I used to eschew the whole “Sue is different than me” attitude, but now it’s like, I don’t know. She’s actually not that naïve. It’s this weird blurred line where Sue ends and Eden begins.”
In 2006, Eden Sher played the role of Gretchen in the comedy-drama series Weeds on Showtime. That same year she portrayed the role of Carrie Fenton in the series Sons & Daughters, which however was unfortunately cancelled eleven episodes into the first season. Eden also played a small character in the last season of the popular series, The O.C. She also had a small role in the short film, 'Stuck'.
Eden also got some commercial jobs to pay the bills. She was hired to do advertisements for Capital One and Fruity Pebbles.
Eden Sher admitted in an interview that she firmly believes and practices the tactic of living in the character to bring out the real essence of the character she portrays.
Talk Nerdy with Us asked Eden to describe her inspiration for writing her book, The Emotionary, ”Being crazy! (laughs) That was pretty much it. You grow up feeling crazy, and you have a lot of feelings. It’s a funny story, I was talking to my boyfriend the other day, and I realize it was not quite a memorable experience, but you know you grow up and you have to throw temper tantrums, and you have to scream! You just have to let it all out. You feel guilty for hours, and you just hate yourself, and you want to crawl in the corner. You just argue with yourself like ‘that’s the way you do it!’ You know? But it was just a combination of being obsessed with needing to be productive, being right, and the passion of knowing everything. Along with being hyper-emotional and then cycling through those phases of yourself. Like ‘oh no! I’m not doing enough, or I’m not feeling enough!’ Feeling all the feelings.”
Apart from her acting, Eden Sher is also engaged in voluntary and fundraising activities for the benefit of the needy. Eden has been engaged with fundraising music events and charity shows in the past and feels like going forward with them in the future as well. Eden Sher has also been associated with community service projects as well.
Vulture Magazine asked Eden why her most popular show, The Middle avoids politics and how she feels about it, “I think maybe. I’m not sure. It’s definitely not the actors’ choice — we don’t have any say into what we do. Unless it’s something really egregious, but that’s never happened to that extent. I would then go to the writers and say, “I’m not doing this.” Which, luckily, I’ve never had to do. I’m not in the writers room, but I think there’s an element of … if you make something too timely, then it dates itself. I’ll be honest, this is something that I have to tell myself in order to be okay with not making any statement on the world around us on the show: It exists in its own world and you can’t look at it as a reflection on the actual issues that are happening. Different shows do different things. I feel it was a conscious effort on the writers’ part to go away from anything political. For me in my personal life, I like to do things that make a statement and relate to the real world, but I have to accept that The Middle is a different beast.”
Eden Sher's success reveals that hard work and passion can help one achieve success in any field, through trying hardships and trying circumstances. Her passion for acting and zeal for learning has paid rich dividends for her.
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