Beverley Mitchell's debut TV role was in the series Big Brother Jake (1990). Her first important film role came with The Crow: City of Angels (1996). Shortly after this, she appeared on the WB as one of the new faces on 7th Heaven (1996). She graduated from high school in 1999. In addition to acting, she is currently studying film at Loyola Marymount University. She also actively participates in the RADD Kids and KMART Kids Race Against Drugs charities, amongst others. She has been in a relationship with Michael Cameron since 2000 and they became engaged in 2005 on New Year's Eve.
Petite blonde actress Beverley Mitchell shot to stardom with a regular
co-starring role as Lucy Camden on The WB's popular family drama "7th Heaven"
(1996- ). She played the teenage daughter of a minister in this sometimes quirky
and always heartfelt series, one of the network's highest-rated if lowest-hyped
properties. Along with the role came legions of young fans who related to her
wholesome but imperfect character who was in a hurry to grow up. Mitchell has
racked up numerous small screen credits in her career after getting an early
start with commercial work (most notably in an Oscar Mayer Bun Size frankfurter
Beverley Mitchell made her television debut at age nine in "Children of the Bride" (1990), a CBS movie about an older woman (Rue McClanahan) who marries a younger man, much to the concern of her grown children. The young actress played Jersey Becker, one of the woman's grandchildren, a role she reprised in two subsequent sequels, "Baby of the Bride" (1991) and "Daughter of the Bride" (1993).
Between the second and third installments of this series of TV-movies she had a turn in the 1992 CBS miniseries "Sinatra", playing the young incarnation of his eldest daughter Nancy in this look at the legendary entertainer's life.
In 1993, Beverley Mitchell gusted on the reality-based anthology series "FBI: The Untold Stories" (ABC) and appeared from 1993-1994 in three episodes of "Phenom" (also ABC), playing a classmate of the titular school-aged tennis champion.
After making her film debut in the direct-to-video release "A Killing Obsession" (1994), the youngster landed a guest spot on Fox's "Melrose Place" and the next year appeared again on that network in the sci-fi TV-movie "White Dwarf".
1996 proved a milestone year for the young actress: It was then that she
landed the role of Lucy Camden on "7th Heaven" and played a supporting role in
her first big screen outing, the supernatural sequel "The Crow: City of Angels".
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