Eva Longoria, Named 2015 Artist of the Year by Harvard Foundation

Eva Longoria, Named 2015 Artist of the Year by Harvard Foundation
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23 February 2015
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The Harvard foundation’s director, Allen Counter, said that “Our student committee praised her outstanding contributions to the performing arts and her much-admired humanitarian work through the Eva’s Heroes project, a charity founded by Longoria that helps developmentally disabled children, as well as her support of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.”

The actress, who received the award during the foundation’s 30th annual Cultural Rhythms Festival on Feb. 21, thanked Harvard via the social networks for the “incredible honor” and posed for photos at the university.

Longoria is famous for her acting and film roles, starring in “Beverly Hills, 90210,” “General Hospital,” and “The Young and the Restless,” as well as in “Desperate Housewives.”

The actress, who is of Mexican-American heritage and is also a film producer and director, is well-known for her support of comprehensive immigration reform in the United States.

With the award, Longoria joins Andy Garcia, Shakira, Salma Hayek, Queen Latifah, Will Smith, Matt Damon, Jackie Chan and Quincy Jones, who have also been honored by the Harvard foundation.

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