Sólveig Eva is a NY based actress, director and one of the founding members of Spindrift Theatre. Eva is an extraordinary talented international actress, with a US Greencard and EU Citizenship. She is multi lingual speaking English flawlessly, Danish, Swedish, basic Spanish, as well as naturally talented with accents from British RP to Standard American. She has worked as a producer and director in film and theatre in Europe and North America since her graduation in 2013.
In Television is a series regular on the critically acclaimed TruTV comedy series JON GLASER LOVES GEAR opposite the titular, playing Jon's "Fake Wife" in Seasons 1 and 2, and working with an incredible ensmble supporting cast including Janeane Garofalo and Michael Shannon; Sola more recently Guest Starred on HBO's SUCCESSION. Eva has performed in a number of award winning films in Europe and North America while her theatre credits include London’s West End and Iceland’s leading fringe theatre hub Tjarnarbíó.
Her theater company, Spindrift Theatre, has won numerous grants and been recognized globally for their unique physical theatre practice, which seeks to reconnect the performer to rejected aspects of their identities and physical instrument. These workshops have taken place at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Gaiety School of Acting in Ireland, Rose Bruford College in London, Tjarnarbíó in Iceland, the Norwegian Actor's Centre, the Finnish Actor's Centre and the Finnish Feminist Association.
Commercially, Sola, who is 5'10" tall and a stunning natural beauty, has had great success in print and modeling with major campaigns across the US and Europe, as well as national commercials
Additionally, Sola is also an illustrator and creative writer, who focuses on nature, portraiture, femininity and female-identifying experiences, such as bodily autonomy, pleasure and healing. She is also a comic artist and graphic novelist currently working on the chronicles of SPACE MAMA PIGGY, a character who suffers from separation anxiety after blasting her many children off into space. The graphic novel, targeted mostly to an adult audience, explores the topics of depression, grief, failure and loneliness. Sola studied creative writing at Stanford University, screenwriting at UCLA, and animation at RISD, and fine arts at School of Visual Arts.
Her training includes: Rose Bruford College (BA), LAMDA, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Meyerhold’s Biomechanics in Italy, Gardzienice Theatre in Poland, Stella Adler, T.Schreiber Studios and UCB in New York.