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Beverley Mitchell Biography
Beverley Mitchell born as Beverley Ann Mitchell is an American actress and country music singer best known for her appearance on the television series 7th Heaven, in The Crow: City of Angels and in The Secret Life of the American Teenager
Mitchell’s first significant film job was in The Crow: City of Angels. During the taping of The Crow, in 1996, she tried out in another family show, Seventh Heaven. Makers at first turned her down as they didn’t might suspect she was reasonable to play in the film. Be that as it may, when she read for the piece of sister Lucy, she was in a split second cast. seventh Heaven was exceptionally prevalent, going on for 11 seasons.
In 2000, she had a little part in The Amanda Show. In 2003, Mitchell appeared in the Disney Channel unique motion picture Right on Track, in view of the early vocation of the 2014 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series Pro Stock hero and her sister Courtney Enders, who was played by Brie Larson.
In 2005, during a rest from taping seventh Heaven, Mitchell appeared in the awfulness spin-off Saw 2. Her long-lasting dream of turning into a down-home music vocalist worked out as expected when, in 2006, she recorded her presentation collection, Beverley Mitchell with record maker D. Scott Miller in Nashville, Tennessee. She co-composed eight of the tunes highlighted on the collection, including the hit single “Heavenly attendant”.
In 2007, Mitchell featured in the TV motion picture I Know What I Saw, which circulated on the Lifetime organize. She likewise intended to record a subsequent collection and would like to record her very own form of the tune “When You Say Nothing At All” on the collection.
In 2010, Mitchell joined the cast of The Secret Life of the American Teenager toward the beginning of the third season as school advisor Katelyn O’Malley. In March 2016, she was cast in the Pop Hollywood Darlings with individual 1990s kid stars Jodie Sweetin and Christine Lakin. The arrangement debuted April 12, 2017.
Beverley Mitchell Age
Mitchell was born on 22 January 1981 in Arcadia, California, United States. She is 38 years old as of 2019
Beverley Mitchell Family
She is the daughter of Sharon Mitchell (née Weisz), an office manager, and David Mitchell, an auto racing promoter. Her parents divorced and remarried. She has a half-brother, Giuseppe Tomasino, from her father’s second marriage.
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She was engaged to her long-time boyfriend, accountant Michael Cameron in 2005. The couple married on October 1, 2008, in Ravello, Italy on the Amalfi Coast, with actress Jessica Biel and actress Mackenzie Rosman serving as bridesmaids. The couple has two children, their firstborn daughter was born on March 28, 2013, while their second born son born on January 28, 2015.
Beverley Mitchell Height
She is an American actress who stands at an average height of 1.57 meters (5ft 1)
Beverley Mitchell 7th Heaven
Mitchell was cast as Lucy Camden in the American television drama series 7th Heaven
Beverley Mitchell Saw 2
Mitchell was cast as Laura Hunter in the 2005 American horror film Saw II
Beverley Mitchell Net Worth
A Hollywood TV star earns $150K-$1 million salary an episode, her salary is around $150K. She has an estimated net worth of around $2.5 million
Beverley Mitchell Interview
The Singing Angel from ‘7th Heaven’
What drew you to country music, and what inspired you to record this album?
I grew up with country music, so it was the perfect fit because country music has always spoken to me. It’s music with a lot of meaning, great stories, and great depth. And every great country song can be turned into a movie, and being an actress, that definitely speaks to me.
The first song you performed nationally on “7th Heaven” from your CD was called “Angel.” Who or what inspired you to write this song?
I lost one of my best friends when I was 16 years old, and “Angel” came from a poem that I wrote when I was dealing with her death. I truly believe that she was an angel, that she came down to teach us how precious life is and to appreciate every moment that you have here on earth.
That’s how the whole song was written. It was a wonderful and scary experience to have the first song that everyone heard to be something that was so emotional and so intense for me. It was pretty scary, but I was so overwhelmed by the response that I got because this song that meant so much to me also meant so much to other people. I never thought that my song would touch everyone from women who had miscarriages to people who were upset about a dog that they lost. It’s such a gift to be able to write a song that touches people.
You mentioned how the song touched women who had miscarriages, and this season Lucy had a miscarriage. How do you think she finds the strength to handle the sadness? And how do you usually handle sadness, especially since your experienced tragedy when you were 16?
I handle sadness by throwing myself into work and keeping busy. I’m also the person that is always looking out for everyone else and trying to make sure everybody else is okay. As for Lucy, she dealt with her sadness in a different manner. She was just trying to get by; she had her ups and downs and was just being her crazy self.
Is there a particular angel in your life now, someone who inspires you?
Well, I think my friend who passed away still affects me. I only knew her for four years and she’s been gone for almost 10, but I still think about her every day. Also, my grandma died 11 days before I was born. I was named after her, so I truly believe that she’s definitely my angel up there, looking out for me.
Another song on your CD is called “Good Girls.” Do you ever struggle with that image, since a lot of Hollywood actresses seem to be going through a phase where they’re trying to shun their good-girl image?
I wrote “Good Girls” because I’ve definitely been called a good girl, and I don’t think there’s anything wrong with it. I think it’s perfectly fine, and I’m proud to be a good girl. I’m proud of the things that I do, and the person that I am. But I do think that there’s a stigma that anytime anybody makes a mistake, they then become a “bad girl,” which is really hard to deal with because this is our first chance here at life. I’m only 25 years old. I don’t know what I’m doing. I make mistakes. I’m not perfect. I don’t want to be perfect. So, I wrote “Good Girls” to show that sometimes good girls just want to have fun, but it doesn’t mean we’re going to go do anything crazy and stupid. We like to have a good time too, and there’s nothing wrong with that.
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Do you feel Lucy is a good girl as well?
Oh, absolutely. Lucy is like the ultimate good girl. What’s funny is that it’s hard to figure out where I end and where Lucy starts, because for 11 years, we’ve been together. I definitely feel like we’re both good girls because we’re people pleasers. We’re trying to be the best that we can be, but sometimes we fall off and make little mistakes. But, in the end, our hearts are always pure, and we’re always trying to be the person that, at the end of the day, we can both be proud of.
I know that “7th Heaven” is one of the longest-running family dramas on primetime. Why, do you think, the reason that the show has lasted for so long? And do you ever feel like you’re ready to retire from show business?
Oh, no, no. I’m never going to retire. No way. This is who I am. It’s in my DNA. I don’t know how to do anything else. I think the reason why the show has been so popular and has lasted so long is that it’s something that is totally missing on television today.
We are one of the only family shows where kids, parents, grandparents, and aunts and uncles can all sit together and individually get something out of each episode. In today’s society, families have been so broken up. Kids go into one room and the parents are in another room, and nobody sits together anymore and has family time. It’s amazing to bring people together to watch a show that talks about the greatness in humanity, a show that’s more uplifting and encouraging.