"Desperate Housewives" will last another year, but the star of the series thinks for the future … And it, by the way, is connected not only with the acting career.
Now Longoria has its own restaurant, nightclub and production company. “I’m really very interested in the mechanisms that drive show business, in particular, film production,” Eva notes in an interview with Harper's Bazaar. “Putting the right team, from director to screenwriter, is like putting a puzzle together. You build your success, you put it together. on the bricks. Being on the other side of the camera is very exciting!"
Longoria is "captured" not only by ambitious interests, but also by good deeds. The fame, she said, largely contributes to this: “It has become much easier to do charity work. My older sister is disabled, so my mother became a professional educator-correctist. My aunt worked as a volunteer in helping the poor. Since childhood, my whole family has helped the Paralympic Committee, collected clothes and toys for the poor, prepared food."
By the way, Eva still loves to do magic in the kitchen, which her husband Tony Parker is immensely happy about. And if the actress decides to move to France, to her husband's homeland, new culinary masterpieces await her.