Eve Barlow is a music journalist who worked for the NME, a British website dealing with music, films, etc., for around seven years before leaving. After leaving her job at NME, she started working as a freelancer journalist and even wrote for many big names such as Billboard, LA Times, New York Magazine, The Guardian, etc.
Barlow is considered the first one to start music journalism in London. However, lately, she was on the limelight for all different reasons.
Barlow came to the spotlight because of her relationship with Amber Heard. She was a regular trial attendee during the messy Depp-Heard trial and a great supporter of Heard, for which faced much criticism and hatred online.
Recently, she again made headlines after a video of her leaving a hotel with a black eye after fighting with Heard went viral.
|Popular Name||Eve Barlow|
|Real Name||Eve Barlow|
|Date of birth||October 21, 1985|
|Age||37 years old|
|Place of birth||Giffnock, Glasgow, Scotland|
|Hometown||Giffnock, Glasgow, Scotland|
|Current Residence||Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Occupation||Music journalist and Vlogger|
|Net worth||1 – 1.5 Million USD|
|Height||5 ft 4 in (163 cm)|
Eve Barlow’s Net Worth
Barlow has around 1 to 1.5 million USD as her net worth.
Barlow has been working as a music journalist since 2008 and has written for many big names in the industry.
Even after leaving NME, she got plenty of job offers and had a stable career.
She has earned a good deal of money from her career all these years.
Personal Life and Family
The music journalist was born and raised in Giffnock in Glasgow, Scotland.
Besides her birthplace, she has kept everything else about her parents, siblings, and family a secret.
So, no one knows anything about her personal life.
However, everyone knows that she is a Jewish activist and a Zionist who believes in the right of Israel to exist.
Barlow is very vocal and open about her ideology and has talked about it on more than one occasion.
She is also a feminist who stood by Amber Heard during the Depp-Heard trial.
Why was Eve Barlow removed from court?
The former NME employee was a regular attendee in the trial but got removed from the courtroom for tweeting live from the front seat.
Despite not attending the trial the following days, Barlow kept supporting Heard.
She received immense hatred and criticism for supporting Heard.
Fans even openly expressed that they were not watching the documentary starring Shania Twain, a country singer-songwriter, just because Barlow was part of it.
Who is Eve Barlow Dating? Her Relationship with Amber Heard
No information is out about her dating life of Barlow, but recently there have been rumors of her relationship with the Aquaman actress Amber Heard.
The rumors started when she attended the trials regularly and openly supported Heard, though later, the actress was found guilty in the case.
Though Heard introduced her as a friend, speculation arose as Barlow was seen with Heard on different occasions even after the trial.
Just recently, it was out that Heard and Barlow were vacationing together in Israel, which added more fuel to the rumors.
There were rumors of them getting married, but a video became viral where the two were having a messy physical fight.
The video was of the hotel in Israel where they were on vacation, and the camera present in the hallway of the hotel had captured it.
In the video, we could see the two fighting and Barlow leaving with a black eye.
Barlow completed her early study at Calderwood Lodge Primary School, one of the top schools in her town.
After completing her schooling, she enrolled at Manchester University and earned her law degree.
She then enrolled at University College London to pursue a Master’s degree in human rights law.
Barlow completed her study at University College London with a degree in 2008.
Initially, Barlow had a hard time building her career.
She could not get success in her career, so she decided to start a career as a songwriter in her hometown.
Later, she did internships here and there, and her luck smiled at her as she got a job at NME in London.
She worked here as a deputy editor from 2008 until 2014.
After leaving NME, Barlow moved to LA at twenty-eight to start a career as a freelance journalist.
Her experience in her previous work helped her a lot as she got to write for many renowned publications and interview celebrities like Billie Eilish.
Barlow even worked for Q till two years back as a contributing editor.