Beverley Mitchell Biography
Throughout her childhood, Beverley Mitchell continued to do commercials for Cream of Wheat, Disney videos, Energizer Batteries, and Iron Kids B read. Beverley Mitchell first appeared in the small screen in 1990, for a series entitled Big Brother Jake, where she costarred with Jake Steinfeld, a famous body builder. The hot actress Beverley Mitchells career just continued to soar ever since. She also appeared in the soap opera Days of Our Lives, where many veteran actresses started out just like her. She did not have to look very far, because eventually success came looking for her.
Other television shows that Beverley Mitchell has appeared in include Melrose Place, Quantum Leap, and Baywatch. She is most known for her role as Lucy Camden on the WBs series, 7th Heaven. Sexy Beverley Mitchell was a staple on the show for 11 years, enabling her to be a household name. 7th Heaven set a record as the longest running family drama series in the history of films in the United States. During her stint with the show, she proved she was a professional, capable, and versatile actress. Beverley Mitchell also starred in television movies such as Children of the Bride in 1990, Baby of the Bride in 1991, and Killing Obsession in 1994.
She garnered several awards and nominations for 7th Heaven. Among those she won were Young Artists Awards in the categories of Best Performance in a TV Drama Series by a Leading Young Actress in 1998 and 2000, and a Best Performance in a TV Series by Young Ensemble in 1999 together with the rest of the cast.
When she starred in the thriller The Crow: City of Angels, a thriller movie, she did not disappoint people with her acting talent. Recently, the talented movie actress also released a country album entitled Beverley Mitchell. The single Angel, which is included in the album, premiered in a 2006 episode of 7th Heaven. Outside of television and films, Beverley Mitchell is active in social work, including Kmart Kids Race Against Drugs, RADD Kids, and the Make A Wish Foundation. Another recent movie of hers includes 2001s Mean People Suck, an independent short film.