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Beverley Mitchell

Beverley Anne Mitchell stars for her ninth season as the emotional yet lovable Lucy Camden on The WB's hit series 7th Heaven. She was born in Arcadia, California on January 22, 1981. At the age of 4, Mitchell got her first break appearing in an Oscar Meyer commercial. She has been working steadily ever since in both television and film. Mitchell can be seen in a starring role in Right On Track, a movie based on the life of Erica Enders, the first female junior drag racer. Prior to 7th Heaven, Mitchell had a recurring role on the comedy series Phenom, starring Judith Light. She guest-starred on a number of series including Melrose Place, and Baywatch. She also starred in the television movies White Dwarf, Mother of the Bride and the miniseries Sinatra. Mitchell made her feature film debut in The Crow: City of Angels. She can also be seen in the dark short film Mean People Suck opposite James Franco and Dominique Swain. Having conquered the world of television, Mitchell embarks on a new journey in entertainment as she begins to build a singing career. She has been busy writing songs and creating melodies for her first album, a combination of folk and rock, which will be released in 2005.

Off screen, Mitchell is a very active member of her community. She is involved with numerous charities including *NSYNC's Challenge For the Children, Make-A-Wish and Entertainment Industry Foundation. She also actively participates in RADD Kids and KMART Kids Against Drugs charities. While busy with the show, Beverely gradueted from high school in 2000, and from 2001 she is a student of Loyola Maramount University in Los Angeles, where she studying film.

Mitchell enjoys spending time with family and friends, making photo albums and scrapbooks and singing. She currently resides in Southern California in her newly purchased home, with her dogs Tucker, Chico and Bella.

 

Beverly Mitchell's Beauty Secrets

Foundation- Always uses oil-free foundation, switching off between Shu Uemura amd Estee Lauder
Powder- T. LeClerc Loose Powder. Sometimes Dermalogica No Color pressed powder.
Cheeks- M.A.C Angel, sometimes Chanel Tempting Beige
Shadow- Varies depending on wardrobe. Beverly mostly wear M.A.C shadows
Liner- She applies liner on her top lid and rarely she will put some liner underneath the eye. Sometimes, she takes a pencil and dots under the eye, and then applies a setting powder over it.
Mascara- Max Factor 2000 Calorie
Lips- Loves M.A.C lipsticks. She tends to wear a lot of the lighter M.A.C colors. Wears M.A.C Skew, Xpose and lots of glosses ranging from Stila Lip Shine to Clinique. She will sometimes add a little M.A.C Gel over lip color to add a little frost.

Beverly Mitchell and Lance Bass

'N SYNC STAR TO MARRY 7TH HEAVEN BEAUTY (BEAUTY? SHE'S A DOG!!!)
Lance Bass is madly in love with beautiful Beverly Mitchell BOY band superstar Lance Bass could soon be singing Bye Bye Bye to hundreds of lovelorn female fans if his plans to marry 7th Heaven stunner Beverly Mitchell work out.
The couple are madly in love and want to get hitched as soon as possible, say pals.
They've even started planning a secret wedding! While Lance, 21, recently told interviewer Larry King he was unattached, declaring, "I date everyone!" Star can reveal that he and pretty Mitchell, 20, are totally in love.
The news will come as a surprise for the band's millions of fans, but Mitchell, who plays Lucy on the wholesome WB family series, has her own reasons for keeping the relationship hush-hush.
"Beverly was afraid what her boss, Aaron Spelling, would say about her and Lance," says a source.
"Mr. Spelling's very protective of his young cast members and doesn't want them to be distracted from their careers. But it's gotten to the point where Beverly and Lance are tired of keeping their romance under wraps."
The couple met just over a year ago when the actress convinced producers to have the 'N Sync heartthrob guest star on 7th Heaven.
They hit it off right away, and sources say by the second day of shooting, Mitchell invited Bass home for dinner and to meet her family. "It was one of those big gatherings where the whole family gets together to have dinner and watch a movie," says a source. Bass then took her home to Starkville, Miss., so she could meet his family -- dad Jim, a laboratory manager, and mom Diane, a teacher -- who wholeheartedly approved of the religious California gal. Pals knew something was up when the singer kept sneaking away for long, intimate talks on his cell phone.
"I can tell he really has deep feelings for Beverly," says the insider. "When I heard he wanted to marry her, I wasn't really surprised." But the love between the happy couple may cause a rift in 'N Sync.
"Lately, the guys have been giving Lance a hard time over Beverly," says the first source.
"Chris, the zaniest member of the band, even told Lance to forget about marriage and he and Beverly should just live together.
"Lance snapped when he heard that. Both he and Beverly are Christian and very religious. They'd never consider living together before marriage." A source from 'N Sync's record company, Jive Records, sympathizes with the young lovers.
"Lance has a lot of fans out there, and he's a great influence on the rest of the band," says the source.
"But I understand he's totally in love with Beverly, and Lance will do what's best for Lance."

Neat Freak Beverley Mitchell

What's in a name: "My friends call me Shmev. I also get called 'Little One' because I'm tiny. Oh, and my parents call me Monkey."

Navel idea: "I recently got my belly button pierced, which really hurt! Not many people know about that. I really like it, though. It's cute."

Tabloid talk: "The weirdest rumor I ever heard about myself was that I was engaged to Lance Bass from *NSync. I had my family calling up all pissed off, saying, 'Why didn't you tell us you were getting married?' It was all over the news, and I supposedly had already bought my Vera Wang wedding gown. I was like, 'Hello! I don't even have a boyfriend!''"

Speak easy: "This semester in college, I'm taking a speech class, which is a lot of fun. It's different from acting, because there's no camera and no script to follow."

Useless talent: "My best friend and I love to make fish faces."

People would be amazed to discover that I am:
Frightened of kids my own age. You put me in a room of teenagers, and I will be sitting in a corner with my head down, scared out of my mind. Teenagers tend to be catty and judgmental.

The best concert I ever went to was:
Matchbox 20.

If I could be president for one day, the first thing I'd do would be:
I'd declare an annual happy holiday. A day when everyone would have to be happy. If they weren't, they'd get a ticket.

If I could step into the shoes of any rock star for a day, it would be:
Whitney Houston. She has the most incredible voice.

I'm completely obsessed with:
Cleanliness. My house has to be clean at all times.

If we peeked in your fridge, we would find:
A lot of sandwich meats, 7-Up and a few candy bars.

''Dreams really do come true,'' says Beverly. This optimistic dreamer sums up her life in one line and gives us a peek into her bathroom cabinet.

My friends can always count on me to:
Always be there.

The one-liner that best describes my life story so far goes something like:
Dreams really do come true.

I never leave home without my:
Cell phone.

I am completely obsessed with:
Pictures.

Out of all the characters on The WB I most identify with:
Joey on Dawson's Creek.

If we peeked into your bathroom cabinet we would find:
Bath and Body Works soap, lots of facial products - oh, and a variety of perfumes.

The acting business isn't always solid for Beverley

7th Heaven's Beverley Mitchell reveals what it's like juggling college and life with the Camdens.
"Since I went to a college preparatory high school, there was really no question that I would go on to college - even though everyone kept saying, "Oh, you don't need to go to college - you have a great career already!" Sure, I have a job now, but the acting business isn't always that solid, and so I wanted something to fall back upon. I think it's so important to keep learning and keep your brain active. I'm a sophomore now at a small, private university in the Los Angeles area. I lived in the dorms last year, and I can't even tell you how much that experience has given me. Being an only child, I've never really gotten to interact with so many people my own age before.

Actually, the kids at school don't treat me any differently at all just because I'm on television. They don't point fingers or make comments. For the longest time, I was convinced that half the people at school had no idea who I was. I was so excited that people wanted to be friends with me because they thought I was cool - not because I was on TV.

I loved being able to live on campus. I made so many everlasting friendships. I was sort of considered the "mom" of the dorm, because whenever people were upset or not feeling well, they came to me. If I knew someone was sad, I'd go to the grocery store and buy some roses, put them at their door, then knock and run. Living in the dorm was such a fun and rewarding experience because we were all in the same boat. It was like I finally had sisters.

Yet as much as I loved living in the dorms, it was really stressful with my work schedule. I'd get up at 5:30 in the morning in order to be on the set by 6:30. In the dorms, it's obviously harder to sleep because everyone is so nocturnal. So it was really hard to get enough sleep. I was just burning my candle at both ends. Healthwise, I realized I needed to be somewhere where I could sleep without interruption, so this year, I live in my own house. It's not too far from campus. My friends from the dorm still come over, so I still have that same interaction.

Still, it's tough trying to combine my acting career with my college career. I try to do my homework in the wee hours of the night after I get home from work. Last year, I had nine units, which is only one class short of a full-time student. It was so incredibly challenging. Sometimes I would call my mom at midnight and say, "I just can't go on like this; it's too hard." It was my fault for pushing myself to the edge.

For that reason, I'm taking an easier load this semester. Right now, I'm taking a speech class, which is actually a lot of fun. You'd think it would be easy for me since I'm an actress, but it's actually quite different. There's no camera and no script. I basically have to write my own script. My next assignment is to make a sales presentation, so that's what I've been working on lately. Even though college has been hard, I don't want to give up. I think school is important, and it adds another dimension to my life. Plus, it's great getting to interact with kids my own age. I'm only 20 years old, and I need to act like it sometimes. So I go out with my friends, and we go to movies or dances or the occasional frat party. I actually wanted to join a sorority, but it wound up being impossible with my work schedule.

Even so, I still manage to have a lot of fun. This year I was hanging out with my friends in the dorm, and we just started launching water balloons at people. We were running around the building throwing them out different windows and hiding in different corners of the building as if we were snipers. It was fun, but of course we got in so much trouble.

If I had to give one piece of advice to incoming college freshmen, I'd say always be true to yourself. There are so many people who will try to push their opinions on you. The moment you let go of what you believe in, you're letting someone else take over. Be yourself, and if people don't accept you for who you are, then just walk away, because they're not worth it."

Beverley Mitchell's new love

Just in time for the new season of 7th Heaven, we catches up with Beverly Mitchell (and...the new love in her life!).
The WB: Is that a puppy in your purse?
Beverly: This is Chico! He's a Chihuahua. He is so cute. I just love him!

The WB: Is he going to be on the show with you?
Beverly: Oh no. This was all kind of unexpected. I was in New York and I walked into this pet store and came out with a dog.

The WB: Are you always so spontaneous?
Beverly: Not really, but I am definitely more relaxed these days.

The WB: How so?
Beverly: I used to worry about making a good impression with people. I would worry about how I looked. I would wear a lot of makeup and I would basically put on a show for people. Nowadays, I could not care less about making other people like me. I'm a good person, I don't need to do that anymore.

The WB: What about Lucy? Is she changing along with you?
Beverly: I don't know that much about what is going to happen to her this season. They don't tell us much because they don't want us to spoil the secret. I do know she is going to grow up a lot. She's going to mature. I don't know what that means, but I sure hope it means she won't be so boy crazy.

The WB: Does this mean you're done with being "boy crazy"?
Beverly: I was never really obsessed with the whole guy thing to begin with. I mean, I liked them but I never really got crazy about them because I never got attention from them. I didn't get a date.

The WB: That can't possibly be the case today, right?
Beverly: Mostly, nothing's really changed. I'm still the dorky nerd that I always was. I am still the same, although I do have a great boyfriend!

The WB: Does he ever worry about your 7th Heaven make-out scenes?
Beverly: He doesn't worry. He knows it's my job. [Kissing] is something I have to do. He's like, all right, as long as I don't fall in love with anyone else.

 

 

 




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