A deceptively still pond of blonde, the eternally graceful actress Eva Marie Saint seems to effortlessly radiate a simultaneous depth of beauty and familiarity. She is the very picture of sophistication! Her subtle skills have enabled her to play the gorgeous girl next door, as in her Oscar-winning film debut opposite Marlon Brando in On the Waterfront (1954). Soon after, she sprung her disarming charms on Cary Grant in Alfred Hitchcock’s definitive thriller North by Northwest (1959). Aside from appearing virtuous, courageous and a trifle cynical, Eva also happens to offhandedly possess world-class cheekbones, eyes to tie the glibbest cad’s tongue and a lean, gravity-defying figure. The latter feature is highlighted in the film Loving (1970), a comedy-drama which has the pretty performer playing a woman married to a man (George Segal) with a mistress (Janis Young). How he could think of cheating is a mystery, especially when Eva Marie dons a slinky slip as she slips past him on her way out of the bathroom. The simple move inadvertently becomes racy when her bare right breast makes an accidental appearance! Over on the boob-tube, the versatile actress appeared on productions spanning from Campus Hoopla (1946-1947), Versatile Varieties (1950-1951) and One Man’s Family (1950-1952) to Taxi!!! (1978), Moonlighting (1986-1988) and Frasier (1999). She even won a Primetime Emmy for her performance on the miniseries People Like Us (1990). Whether on the big or small screen, Eva Marie is the most heavenly Saint in all of Hollywood’s galaxy of gods and goddesses!