Who is Joy Behar's daughter Eve Behar?

EVE Behar, 50, is the only daughter of actress and The View co-panelist Joy Behar.

Eve, who is a "spitting image" of her 78-year-old mother, has shied away from the spotlight over the years.

Who is Eve Behar?

Eve Behar is the daughter of Joy and Joseph Behar.

Joy and Joseph were married from 1965 to 1981, but after their separation, Joy began dating Steve Janowitz in 1982.

Eve was born and raised in New York City. A former television producer, Eve now owns her own ceramics studio.

She received a certificate in ceramics from the Studio Arts Centers International in Florence, Italy, and a diploma in crafts and design from Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning in Oakville, Ontario.

She also is a past president of The Clay Art Guild of the Hamptons and former director of Celadon Clay Art Gallery and Shop.

Eve maintains her studio practice at home in Sag Harbor, New York where she "is happily potting near the beach surrounded by nature with visits from the local squirrels, chipmunks, birds and occasional deer," according to her website.

Is she married?

Eve is married to Alphonso Anthony Scotti.

Alphonso is a physician assistant in the emergency room of Beth Israel Medical Center in Manhattan. He graduated from Touro College.

The pair tied the knot in Manhattan in September 2007.

Not much is known about how Eve and Alphonso met, but the couple has enjoyed a strong marriage over the last 13 years.

The couple has one son, Luca Behar Scotti, who was born on February 2011.

What is Joy Behar's net worth?

Joy Behar, an actress and one of the original panelists on The View, has become a household name since making her debut on the ABC program in 1997.

She is reportedly worth around $30million according to Celebrity Net Worth.

Sources recently revealed tension among The View panelists as the show is produced remotely amid the pandemic.

Insiders from popular talk show told E! News: "There has always been a sense of family behind the scenes at The View, but it has been harder to maintain that camaraderie amongst the show's hosts while producing the show remotely."

The source went on of the show's pre-pandemic dynamics: "The women typically start their mornings together in hair and make-up before passionately sharing their opinions.

"Then once the show goes off the air, the panelists all walk off set together, and there is almost always a post-show meeting—allowing the hosts to smooth over any tension that may have bubbled over during the day's episode."

The source added co-host Meghan McCain and Joy "have never been friends."

The insider noted: "They have had a cordial working relationship, but that has become much more difficult to maintain while not being in the same area."

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