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The Beast | Entertainment Tonight Interview

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the beast photoshoot elizabeth mitchell (5).jpgInto “The Beast”

ELIZABETH MITCHELL leaves her “ER” scrubs behind as she tackles a career in TV journalism in ABC’s new series, “The Beast.”

ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT: Your character is caught in a very unusual position in the first episode. It’s probably the first time a main character has been naked the whole first scene. Does that do anything particular to the scene? In other words, does she have a feeling of vulnerability or something that makes it more interesting to act the role?

ELIZABETH MITCHELL: I think KARIO SALEM (creator and star) has created such an incredibly interesting woman, a woman who seeks the truth, and that’s what drew me to the character. What I liked about that scene is that she is very free. I didn’t see it so much as vulnerable, just that she’s able to be with this man that she loves or she’s beginning to love and to be so open and so lovely with him. And therefore, when we see her in that really tight setting later, where she is interviewing for a job, we’ve seen her at her most natural, at her most essential, at her most basic. So that’s why I like that scene.

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Elizabeth In The June Issue Of Mademoiselle Magazine

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Elizabeth is in the June issue of Mademoiselle Magazine.

TheBeast_-_Article.jpg“I love a dress where all you feel are two straps on your shoulders.”

Elizabeth Mitchell, 31

After buzz-building turns in Gia and Frequency, she’s starring in ABC’S The Beast, in which she plays a sassy reporter.

Why she loves this dress: “I chose this Alberta Ferretti because it looks very ’20s, very Great Gatsby-esque, I love this streamlined look and wearing the sort of dress where all you feel are two straps on your shoulders. It’s like wearing nothing. This dress is sheer, which makes me feel sexy. I don’t like tight clothing. I’m somewhat voluptuous, so it doesn’t work on me. My clothes philosophy is: when you look down, they should make you happy and calm. I choose perfume the same way – whatever scent makes me feel good, loving, alive.”

She wears: slipdress, $1140, Alberta Ferretti. Shoes, $370, Chrisian Loubotin.

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Dallas Morning News Interview with Elizabeth Mitchell About ‘ER’ And ‘The Beast’

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the beast photoshoot elizabeth mitchell (2).jpgFrom start in Dallas theater, Elizabeth Mitchell grabs TV spotlight with ‘ER’ and ‘The Beast’
By Manuel Mendoza

PASADENA, Calif. – “I have a boyfriend,” Elizabeth Mitchell says to Angelina Jolie after their characters make love in the 1998 HBO film Gia. “I’m really very square.”
Ms. Mitchell, a Dallas native, easily passes for square. Tall and thin, with curly, shoulder-length tresses, she’s the innocent, all-American blonde. She grew up in Highland Park, for Pete’s sake.

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Elizabeth Mitchell Stars In “The Beast”

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the beast photoshoot elizabeth mitchell (2).jpgABC meets ‘Beast’ – Drama of a cable news service could be ready by April

ABC has climbed into the belly of “The Beast,” ordering six episodes of the drama series about an edgy cable news service.
“The Beast,” which comes from Imagine Television and Touchstone Television, will go into production immediately and could be ready for air by April. ABC may also decide to hold the show for fall as strike-contingent programming.

Imagine re-shot the series pilot earlier this fall, this time with Mimi Leder directing; Frank Langella was the only holdover from the original cast, which also featured Courtney B. Vance.

Skein stars Langella as media mogul Jackson Burns, whose news channel not only covers events but turns the cameras on the reporters behind the scenes. Jason Gedrick, Peter Riegert, Elizabeth Mitchell, Wendy Crewson, Naveen Andrews, April Grace, Harriet Sanson Harris and Michael Riley Burke also star.

“The Beast” is exec produced by Imagine’s Brian Grazer, Ron Howard and Tony Krantz, as well as Leder, Ian Sander, Kim Moses and Kario Salem.


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Lesbians to the ER, Stat!

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Look for blonde beauty Elizabeth Mitchell to report to the ER. Mitchell has committed to appear in a four-episode arc this season on the hit medical drama as a shrink who gets romantically involved with the authoritarian Dr. Kerry Weaver (played by Laura Innes). Mitchell most recently donned scrubs for her portrayal of a nurse on a soap opera in the Neil LaBute film Nurse Betty. While Innes’s character has dated men in seasons past, Mitchell is experienced at Sapphic action — she played Angelina Jolie’s lover in the HBO original film Gia.

Mitchell’s episodes are scheduled to start production later this month, and will probably air for February sweeps.

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Mitchell has landed a four-episode stint as a psychiatrist on “ER”

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ER Elizabeth Mitchell MQ.jpgElizabeth Mitchell, who portrayed Linda McCartney in the CBS biopic, has landed a four-episode stint as a psychiatrist on “ER.” Thesp, who has a small part in feature “Nurse Betty,” starred in the HBO telepic “Gia” and in New Line’s feature “Frequency.” Mitchell, who will next appear opposite William Baldwin in the police thriller “Double Bang,” is repped by Paradigm and Seven Summits.



Elizabeth Mitchell, who last portrayed Linda McCartney in CBS’ “The Linda McCartney Story” has landed a four-episode guest appearance as a psychiatrist on NBC’s “ER.” Mitchell can be seen on the big screen in “Nurse Betty” and starred in the HBO film “Gia.”

Elizabeth Mitchell (ex-Dinah Lee McKenzie, Loving) will play Dr. Kimberly Legaspi, a psychiatrist, on ER.  Her first of four episodes airs on Oct. 26th.
Sally Field joins the show in November for six episodes as Maggie Wyczenski, the mother of Maura Tierney’s character, Abby.

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Gia | Elizabeth Mitchell recalls smooching Jolie

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Elizabeth Mitchell recalls smooching Jolie

EMFC_GIA_Elizabeth_Mitchell_M_00440.jpgElizabeth Mitchell, currently cozying up to Dennis Quaid in the film Frequency, tells the Toronto Sun that she still has fond memories of kissing Angelina Jolie when the two costarred in Gia. “She’s got such beautiful lips, and they’re all her own,” says Mitchell. “She’s all real. She’s a work of nature. She hasn’t put herself together at the plastic surgeon’s office.” The actress also notes that her big love scene with Jolie prompted a great deal of hilarity on the set. “We did this one love scene on the bed where we were laughing so hard, we were shaking—the whole bed was shaking,” Mitchell recalls. “The director was yelling, ‘Stop it, stop it!’ Angelina and I tried to think of sad things so we wouldn’t laugh, but everything we thought of became absurd and funny, so it got worse and worse and worse.”


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Billy Baldwin and Elizabeth Mitchell will head the cast of “Double Bang”

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emfc_doublebang_00005335.JPGBaldwin, Mitchell top indie thriller ‘Bang’

Billy Baldwin and Elizabeth Mitchell (“The Linda McCartney Story”) will head the cast of indie cop thriller “Double Bang,” due to begin principal photography today in Los Angeles.

Baldwin, whose credits include “Backdraft,” “Sliver” and the upcoming “Relative Values,” portrays a police officer seeking to avenge the death of his partner by entering the world of corruption and murder. Mitchell, who has also appeared in “Frequency” and the upcoming “Nurse Betty,” will play his love interest.

Heywood Gould will direct from his own script, adapted from his novel by the same name. Gould’s previous writer/director work includes “One Good Cop,” “Trial by Jury” and TV movie “Mistrial.” His writing credits include “Cocktail,” “Fort Apache: The Bronx” and “The Boys From Brazil.”

“Double Bang” is being financed by Yoram Pelman’s Tomorrow Films. Pelman, whose credits include “The Lesser Evil” and “Til Human Voices Awake Us,” is producing.

The project has been packaged by Paradigm, which reps Baldwin, and Mitchell, who is managed by Seven Summits.


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