Eva Six (born 1937) was a Hungarian born actress who achieved some fame in the early 1960s as a Zsa Zsa Gabor type.

She was born Éva Klein in Budapest, Hungary, to a Jewish father and Catholic mother. Her father died during the war, and her mother changed the family surname to avoid detection by the Nazis. She won a beauty contest after the war. She and her husband fled Hungary following the 1956 uprising and moved to Hollywood in 1960.[1]

James H. Nicholson of American International Pictures put her under contract and changed her name to "Eva Six". She appeared in a number of films before retiring.[2]