Eve Harlow is a Canadian actress. She is known for her roles on television, including as Maya in the CW series The 100 (2014–2015), as Taylor in the NBC miniseries Heroes Reborn (2015), and as Tess in the ABC series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2017–2018). She won a Leo Award and received a Gemini Award nomination for her portrayal of Tina Renwald in The Guard (2008–2009).
Beginning in 2007, Harlow began to play small roles in various short films, feature films, and television series; the first role she booked was a cameo in the Academy Award-winning film Juno (2007).
In 2008, Harlow was cast as Tina Renwald in a Canadian television series The Guard. For this role, Harlow won a Leo Award for Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series in 2009, and was nominated for Gemini Award in 2010. Following this, she continued to work steadily on screen, appearing in films, such as The Tall Man (2012), and television series, including Flashpoint (2011) and Cracked (2013), among others.
In 2012, she played a lead role in the short film When You Sleep, directed by Ashley McKenzie, which won several awards and screened at film festivals around the world, most notably at the Cannes Film Festival.
In 2014, Harlow played guest roles in several television shows, including Fargo, Bitten, The Killing, and Lost Girl. That year, she was also cast as Maya Vie in the second season of The CW show The 100. In 2015, Harlow portrayed Taylor Kravid in the NBC miniseries Heroes Reborn, based on the original series, and also appeared in the Lifetime series UnREAL as Bethany, the roommate of the main character Rachel Goldberg, portrayed by Shiri Appleby.
In 2017, Harlow was cast as Tess, a recurring character in the 5th season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and as Melody in the pilot for the forthcoming legal drama The Jury.