March 27, 1970
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Height||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
|Spouse(s)||Gary Bakewell (divorced),
Chris Soldevilla (2004–2013; divorced)
Elizabeth Mitchell (born March 27, 1970), is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Dr. Juliet Burke on the ABC TV series Lost, and also had lead roles on the TV series V and Revolution. She has starred in such films as The Santa Clause 2, The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause and Gia.
Mitchell was born in Los Angeles, California. Her stepfather, Joseph Day Mitchell, and mother, Josephine Marian Mitchell (née Jenkins), are lawyers based in Dallas. Mitchell and her mother moved to Dallas, Texas in 1970, where her mother married Joseph Mitchell in 1975. Mitchell graduated from Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, a public magnet school. She is the eldest of three sisters, the others being Kristina Helen "Kristie" Mitchell (b. 1977), and Katherine Day "Kate" Mitchell (b. 1981).
Mitchell worked for six years in Dallas Theater Center and a year at Encore Theater.
Mitchell had a recurring role as psychiatrist Dr. Kim Legaspi, the first lesbian lover of Dr. Kerry Weaver (Laura Innes) during the 2000–01 season of TV series ER. She also played Angelina Jolie's hairdresser/lover in the movie Gia. She also had a one episode role in House M.D. as a patient.
In March 2009, Mitchell was cast in the ABC series V, a remake of the classic science fiction television miniseries. Although ABC and Warner Bros. officials told the magazine she was only cast as a guest star, the announcement led to speculation and concern that Mitchell's character would be killed off at the end of Lost's fifth season, which ended on a cliffhanger that left the fate of her character unknown. Mitchell was later named the lead actress on V. Mitchell's character was killed off in the premiere of the sixth (and final) season of Lost, but returned for the two-part series finale.
V lasted for one more season, which premiered on January 4, 2011. Mitchell had a guest starring role on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in 2011 where she played June Frye. Mitchell starred in the film, Answers to Nothing in 2011, where she played Kate. In 2012, she joined the cast of the series Revolution as Rachel Matheson, replacing actress Andrea Roth, whom Mitchell had worked with for one episode on Lost. The series premiered on September 17, 2012.
Awards and honors
For her appearance on the series finale of Lost, Mitchell was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series in 2010.
Mitchell married actor Chris Soldevilla in 2004, with whom she has a son named C.J., who was born in 2005. In 2013 Mitchell and Soldevilla divorced due to irreconcilable differences.
"I would finish school in Dallas where my mom was going to law school, and she would make sure I got right over to the Theater Center," says Mitchell. "It was magic. I loved every second of being there and wanted to sleep on stage. I knew then I wanted to be an actress."
Actress Elizabeth Banks, who was born Elizabeth Irene Mitchell, changed her name to avoid confusion with Mitchell.
|2000||Frequency||Julia 'Jules' Sullivan|
|2000||Nurse Betty||Chloe Jensen|
|2000||Linda McCartney Story, TheThe Linda McCartney Story||Linda McCartney||Television movie|
|2001||Double Bang||Dr. Karen Winterman|
|2002||Santa Clause 2, TheThe Santa Clause 2||Mrs. Claus / Carol Newman|
|2002||Man and Boy||Cyd Mason||Television movie|
|2004||3: The Dale Earnhardt Story||Teresa Earnhardt||Television movie|
|2006||Running Scared||Edele Hansel|
|2006||The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause||Mrs. Claus / Carol Newman-Calvin|
|2011||Answers to Nothing||Kate|
|2013||Last Chance Holiday||Barbara Cartwell||Television movie|
|1993||Dangerous Curves||Bethanny Haines||Episode: "Rainbow Serpent"|
|1994–1995||Loving||Dinah Lee Mayberry Alden McKenzie #2||Unknown episodes|
|1996||L.A. Firefighters||Laura Malloy||6 episodes|
|1996||Sentinel, TheThe Sentinel||Wendy Hawthorne||Episode: "True Crime"|
|1997||JAG||Lt. Sandra Gilbert||Episode: "The Court-Martial of Sandra Gilbert"|
|1997||Comfort, Texas||Trudy||Unsold TV pilot|
|1998||Significant Others||Jane Chasen||6 episodes|
|1999–2000||Time of Your Life||Ashley Holloway||4 episodes|
|2000–2001||E.R.||Dr. Kim Legaspi||14 episodes|
|2001||Beast, TheThe Beast||Alice Allenby||Episode: "The Price"|
|2001||Spin City||Nancy Wheeler||Episode: "Fight Club"|
|2003||Lyon's Den, TheThe Lyon's Den||Ariel Saxon||7 episodes|
|2003||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Andrea Brown||Episode: "Mercy"|
|2003||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Melissa Winters||Episode: "One Hit Wonder"|
|2004||Grammercy Park||Taylor Elliot Quinn||Unsold TV pilot|
|2004||Everwood||Sara Beck||Episode: "Staking Claim"|
|2004||Boston Legal||Christine Pauley||2 episodes|
|2004||House||Sister Mary Augustine||Episode: "Damned If You Do"|
|2006||Haskett's Chance||Ann Haskett||Unsold TV pilot|
|2006–2010||Lost||Dr. Juliet Burke||55 episodes
Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television
Nominated—Golden Nymph Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series (2007–09)
Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series
Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television (2007, 2009–10)
|2007–2008||Lost: Missing Pieces||Dr. Juliet Burke||4 episodes|
|2009–2011||V||Erica Evans||22 episodes
Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Actress on Television
|2011||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||June Frye||Episode: "Totem"|
|2012–2014||Revolution||Rachel Matheson||42 episodes
Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television
|2014||Once Upon a Time||The Snow Queen||3 episodes|
|1994||Red Channels||Shelia Harcourt|
|1995||Three Tall Women||C|
|2008||A Midsummer Night's Dream||Helena|
Awards and nominations
|2006||Saturn Award||Best Supporting Actress on Television||Lost||Nominated|
|2007||Monte-Carlo Television Festival||Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series||Nominated|
|Saturn Award||Best Supporting Actress on Television||Nominated|
|2008||Monte-Carlo Television Festival||Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series||Nominated|
|Saturn Award||Best Supporting Actress on Television||Won[A]|
|2009||Monte-Carlo Television Festival||Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series||Nominated|
|Saturn Award||Best Supporting Actress on Television||Nominated|
|2010||Primetime Emmy Award||Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series||Nominated|
|2011||Saturn Award||Best Actress on Television||V||Nominated|
|2014||Saturn Award||Best Supporting Actress on Television||Revolution||Nominated|
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