Eden Espinosa is an American actress, singer, and recording artist. She is best known for her Broadway performances in musicals such as Wicked, Brooklyn the Musical, and Flora the Red Menace. She also originated the role of Sadie Thompson in the world premiere of Rain at the Old Globe Theater.
Espinosa was born in Anaheim, California, of Mexican descent. She began singing at the age of three, performing at age five, and recording at the age of ten. At Canyon High School, she played the role of Maria in West Side Story. After graduating, Espinosa worked at local theme parks such as Disneyland and Universal Studios. She was also part of the successful performing group The Young Americans, which is based in Southern California and performs in front of audiences worldwide.
In 2003, Espinosa made her Broadway debut in the musical Wicked. She played the role of Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West, for over two years. She has since reprised the role on several national tours and in the Los Angeles production of the show.
Espinosa has also released two solo albums, Look Around and Revelation. She has also toured with the band The Young Americans and performed in several concerts and cabarets.