Born into the Carradine family of actors including dad Robert, uncle Keith, and grandfather John, Ever Carradine switched her major at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, OR, from anthropology to theater. Graduating in 1996, she found quick work doing bit parts on television shows from Diagnosis Murder to Tracy Takes On. After a reoccurring role on the series Conrad Bloom, she gained the role of the airhead Pepper on NBC's Veronica's Closet in 1997. It wasn't long until she was playing Rosalie on Party of Five and Tiffany on Once and Again. Following a couple of made-for-TV movies, she moved on to feature films with the David Spade comedy Lost & Found. She then appeared in the mainstream comedies Bubble Boy and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back and got some bigger roles in independent films such as Ropewalk, as well as a role on the primetime series Lucky. In 2002, she starred as Beth in the ABC series Couples about a group of Los Angeles couples in their early thirties. Carradine continued to find success on the small screen throughout the mid-2000s, including the prime-time political drama Commander in Chief (2005), detective show Women's Murder Club (2007), and the Fox network's long-running hit 24 (2009).
Biography by Andrea LeVasseur
- Appeared in a bit part in 1983's The Right Stuff, as Dennis Quaid's daughter.
- Originally studied anthropology and sociology in college before switching to theater.
- Attended the same college as Monica Lewinsky and says that she regrets that they never met.
- Her father, actor Robert Carradine, was against her becoming an actress.
- Enjoys horseback riding, bowling and playing Scrabble.