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Tinseltown Toddlers Online Charity Auction

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Tinseltown Toddlers Online Charity Auction

For the first time, toddlers can design the look of their spill-proof sippy cup. The new Create My Own™ Cup from Playtex Products gets children’s creative juices flowing, as they draw or color on any of the five inserts, turning sipping into an art project. Even celebrity moms and dads and their kids are having fun with them.

The Tinseltown Toddlers Online Charity Auction will feature one-of-a-kind Playtex® Create My Own™ Cups designed and signed by celebrities and their toddlers. Auction participants include:

Justin Chambers of Grey’s Anatomy and son Jackson
Edie Falco of The Sopranos and son Anderson
Denise Richards and daughter Sam
Elizabeth Mitchell of Lost and son C.J.
Holly Marie Combs of Charmed and son Finley
Melina Kanakaredes of CSI: NY and daughter Karina
Gabrielle Reece, Champion Volleyball Player and model, and daughter Reece Viola
Kristi Yamaguchi, Champion Figure Skater, and daughters Keara and Emma
Alison Sweeney of Days of Our Lives and son Benjamin

The auction takes place May 21-31, 2007 and all proceeds will benefit the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.

Parents and children everywhere are invited to submit their own original works of art on Create My Own™ Cup inserts in the Playtex Talented Toddlers Contest! By submitting their artwork, toddlers will not only show off their artistic talents, but also have a chance to win $2,500 in cash prizes. Each entry will also support Playtex’s donation to the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. The contest begins May 21, 2007 and ends on August 21, 2007.

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OK! Magazine Interview And Photoshoot

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April 23, 2007

Lost at sea
Leaving the island behind, the stunning actress goes nautical and dishes on her hit show and Angeina.

Lost star Elizabeth Mitchell was never a model, but the statuesque actress sure looks like one as she tries on clothing and hangs on a yacht for OK!’s photoshoot in Marina Del Rey, California The 5-foot-9 beauty, who plays Juliet Burke, one of the mysterious “others” on the ABC drama, love wearing the ’60 nautical-inspired clothes.
The longtime film and TV actress, 36, who was raised in Dallas, got her first big break as Angelina Jolie’s lover in 1998 TV movie Gia. She played another lesbian role on ER from 2000 through 2001. Since then, she’s best known for playing Tim Allen’s wife in The Santa Clause 2 and The Santa Clause 3: The Excape Clause.
Now, she’s living in Hawaii and enjoying being part of the ensemble cast of Lost.
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The Seattle Time Interview: “Lost star found in our backyard”

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April 11, 2007

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by Florangela Davila

Show of hands from those who’ve stopped whining about “Lost” in its hour-later time slot. Now, who isn’t thoroughly enjoying this brainteaser of a ride? The clever serial drama, firmly in its third season, is too good to TiVo. (The better to talk about it Thursday a.m.)

Now, a revelation that’ll connect you to the show even more: A Lostie lives among us.

She is Elizabeth Mitchell, evil — or is she? — Juliet. That “Other”/fertility doc who kept Jack captive, torturing him with her knowledge of his past, and feeding him grilled sandwiches. She ends up helping Kate and Sawyer escape, gets thisclose to being executed (she’s branded instead) and appears to be Jack’s newest best friend. Then last week we saw her expelled from Other-land, unconscious and then, out-of-sorts in the jungle, cuffed to none other than Kate. A muddy messy fight ensued. Meow.

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TV Guide Interview: Elizabeth Mitchell Teases a “Twisty, Turny” Lost

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April 9-15, 2007

Elizabeth Mitchell Teases a “Twisty, Turny” Lost
Elizabeth Mitchell previews Juliet’s new, revealing Lost (Wednesdays at 10 pm/ET) flashback, reflects on her life as a mom, and tells tales from riding shotgun with Angelina Jolie.

TV Guide: Your character, Juliet, the fertility doc recruited by the Others, gets flashback action in this week’s episode. What can you tell us about the episode?
Elizabeth Mitchell:
It’s a nice, revelatory flashback. My first flashback episode wasn’t particularly twisty or turny. This one is definitely twisty and turny.

TV Guide: You’re not just teasing us? We’ll actually get some big answers?
Mitchell:
Oh, yeah. So many things we’ve already seen about Juliet and wondered, “Why did she do this? Why is she so cold?” You’ll know exactly why.

TV Guide: Can you tell us more?
Mitchell:
We are going to see Juliet much worse for the wear. Anyone who really wanted to mess her up and grind her face in the mud, they’re going to get what they want. And the stuff between me and Ben [Michael Emerson] is pretty heartbreaking.

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Honolulu Theatre for Youth – Fan Reports

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“Jen with Elizabeth Mitchell (“Juliet”) and Elizabeth Mitchell’s son (who co-signed several autographs).”

Jen and I had a rare night out yesterday to attend a benefit reading for the Honolulu Theatre for Youth featuring several cast members from ABC’s filmed-in-Hawaii series “LOST“:
Matthew Fox (Jack), Terry O’Quinn (Locke), Jorge Garcia (Hurley), Daniel Dae Kim (Jin), Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond), Michael Emerson (Ben) and Elizabeth Mitchell (Juliet).

I dare say it was the highlight of my year so far.

It was a once-in-a-lifetime event, mixing the stage, primetime television, and a great cause. The reading was organized by Annie Wood — accomplished children’s theatre director, HTY board member, and Cusick’s wife. She’d directed a play for HTY in 2005 when Cusick signed on for a handful of “LOST” episodes. When they found themselves back in Hawaii for a longer term, she threw herself into the local arts community with gusto.

And the actors similarly let loose last night on the stage. Sometimes flawless, sometimes halting and awkward, it was all real. There were no props, there was no pretense, just a bunch of actors and friends having fun together… ably assisted by several HTY players, of course.

Jorge Garcia and Elizabeth Mitchell opened the evening with a reading from an adaptation of “The Little Mermaid” that Wood had brought with her from London. Mitchell sparkled as the wide-eyed mermaid yearning to discover the world above (even as her young son stomped and squealed backstage), and Garcia unsuprisingly charmed everyone as her clumsy, mooning admirer.

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Honolulu Star-Bulletin Interview

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February 9, 2007

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The role of Juliet lets Elizabeth Mitchell balance her TV career with her family life
By Katherine Nichols

Elizabeth Mitchell, who plays Juliet on Lost, phones at the appointed time to apologize. She will have to call back a few minutes later because her 17-month-old son, C.J., is having “a problem.”
As promised, she makes sure he’s OK and calls back five minutes later to chat jovially about her apprehension. It’s Wednesday night, after all, a couple of hours before the seventh episode of “Lost” will air.

Fellow cast members had invited Mitchell to join them for a gathering to watch the premiere, of sorts (it’s the first episode after a long broadcast break). But she politely declined in favor of staying home with her husband and son, and preparing for an early morning start on the set.

“Besides, I’m a little nervous,” she said. “They’re going to be footloose and fancy-free, and it’s my episode!”

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Interview | Two roles, no waiting

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November 7, 2006

Two roles, no waiting | By William Keck

HOLLYWOOD — For actress Elizabeth Mitchell, there’s no escaping babies.
As Tim Allen’s Mrs. Claus, she gives birth to the spawn of St. Nick in The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, which opened last weekend to $19.5 million.
As Juliet on ABC’s Lost, she is a fertility doctor closely connected to the children abducted by The Others.

And in her home today, she’s playing mom to C.J., her first child with her stand-up-comic husband, Chris Soldevilla. Like Dad, the 13-month-old appears to be quite the little comic himself. When Mitchell holds out her arms for him to walk to her, he toddles right past her and giggles.
There also are two dogs, two cats and several boxes of Krispy Kreme doughnuts in the house, which has been left in shambles after hosting relatives in town for her Santa premiere.
Before posing for the camera, Mitchell, 36, slips on a black sweater, quickly combs her hair and dabs on a touch of makeup.

C.J. was just 5 weeks old when Mitchell began shooting her Santa role as a pregnant Mrs. Claus. The costumes conveniently disguised what remained from the 70 pounds she had gained while carrying C.J.
“Being so womanly and that voluptuous was heavenly because I’ve always been such a stick,” she says in a soft, melodic voice.
“The behind you see in Santa Clause is all mine. I am very low-maintenance when it comes to my look. If it takes me more than 10 minutes to get my funny little face ready, I find it exhausting.”

At the Santa premiere, Allen, who is a big Lost fan, accosted her for inside dirt but was unsuccessful. Tonight’s episode (9 ET/PT) is the last of 2006.
“There’s a really great scene — a jaw-dropper,” Mitchell teases. “When my husband read the scene with me, he said, ‘Oh my God.’ Everything is not what it seems. Pay careful attention to the Juliet and Jack (Matthew Fox) characters. There is one look on Matt’s face that makes the whole episode worth watching.”
An undeniable attraction has been developing between the two as Jack is being kept prisoner in an old dolphin tank as Juliet’s study subject.
She and Fox recently shot a scene for the show’s Feb. 7 return, in which “all hell has just broken loose, and Jack says something that makes her smile — enough to see that there’s something in them that speaks to each other. Honestly, as far as personality types, Matt’s my favorite.”

That February episode also will reveal more about Juliet’s fertility project with flashbacks exploring her past. “She’s going to get in a lot of trouble pretty soon,” Mitchell hints. “I don’t know what’s going to happen to poor Juliet.”

Source: USA Today


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

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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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People Interview About Frequency And Other Projects

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Double Dipping

People May 22 2000.jpgNo one is more excited about actress Elizabeth Mitchell’s current success than her folks down home in Dallas. After a preview of her new film Frequency, “they stood at the theater door, literally accosting people on the way out,” she says. “My dad, who’s very shy, asked everyone, ‘What did you think of the girl?’ ”

For Mitchell, 30, the buzz is spreading like Texas wildfire thanks to Frequency and the TV biopic The Linda McCartney Story (airing May 21 on CBS), in which she plays Paul McCartney’s late wife, a fervent animal-rights activist. “In honor of Linda, I became a vegetarian,” says Mitchell. “My entire youth I ate steak. But now I may not go back to eating meat.”

That strong will was evident on the Frequency set, according to costar Dennis Quaid, who says Mitchell did not miss a beat after breaking her nose during the shoot. “She was positive about the whole thing,” he says. “She’s fantastic.” The daughter of Dallas attorneys, Mitchell launched her TV career on the ABC soap Loving in 1994. “I was a perfectionist; I’d tell the writers, ‘I can’t say this!’…So I got fired.” She bounced back in 1998 with HBO’s Gia, playing Angelina Jolie‘s bisexual lover. Single in real life, Mitchell, who now lives in L.A., hopes for a more traditional love life. “I want kids everywhere,” she says. “I want to eat Häagen-Dazs and get broad hips. If you try to stay young forever, you don’t really live.”

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