As an Emmy®-nominee for her starring role as “Juliet” on ABC’s phenomenon “Lost”, Elizabeth Mitchell’s ascent is anything but off-course. She currently stars in NBC’s “Revolution” and prior to that, she starred in the ABC drama “V”.
Mitchell’s feature film credits include the last two installments of Disney’s successful “The Santa Clause” trilogy, “Frequency” with Dennis Quaid, “Running Scared” with Paul Walker and Neil LaBute’s “Nurse Betty” opposite Renee Zellweger. She also starred opposite Dane Cook in the indie drama “Answers to Nothing”. Mitchell’s television credits display a diverse range of roles, most notably as girlfriend of Angelina Jolie in her portrayal of supermodel “Gia” in the Golden Globe®-winning HBO telefilm. She also appeared in a 14-episode arc on John Wells’ ER, “Lyon’s Den” with Rob Lowe, the BBC series “Man and Boy” and the ESPN telefilm 3: “The Dale Earnhardt Story”.
Born in Los Angeles and raised in Dallas, Mitchell attended a performing arts high school and holds a BFA degree in Acting. She further honed her craft at the Dallas Theatre Company and added stage credits to her repertoire including “As You Like It”, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” and “Chicago”.
Mitchell currently splits her time between with Los Angeles and Seattle.