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Dead Of Summer Premiere – Video Interview

We got the hd video of Access Hollywood interview from Dead Of Summer premiere. If you missed it or just wanna rewatch it in hd, click on the photo below. It’s about Once Upon A Time and Dead Of Summer.  The glow that comes from her is captivating!

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It would be great to see her on Once Upon A Time again (if they don’t kill her character again obviously è_é). Ahhh the Snow Queen, Liz was so amazing in that role, so perfect in every little detail. We’ve just rewatched her parts because they aired Season 4 on tv a few weeks ago and felt in love with her performance all over again. She has such a gift!


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Press Archive Updated

Hey lovelies, we have been working on old stuff in the past months and we collected a bunch of interviews with Elizabeth which weren’t in our press archive. We made a lot of transcriptions from magazines, especially of interviews from 1994-1995. Check them all out at these links:

We are still working on the past decade. We’ll let you know when it’s done! 🙂


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2008 Columbia Daily Tribune Interview

elizabeth_mitchell_unknown_photoshoot2.jpgWe found this wonderful interview from 2008 which wasn’t in the archive. The way Liz talks about her work is just simply beautiful, her passion is so inspiring! <3 Oh the interview is mostly about Lost but also about her studies at Stephens College.

The title is “Stephens College graduate Elizabeth Mitchell has taken one of TV’s juiciest roles on ‘Lost’ and run with it, setting the sky as the limit”.
Love it!

EM: I did more working than I did anything else. I was very concentrated, basically. I just very much wanted to be on stage, and that’s kind of what I did when I was there, but I also had a really good time.

I loved the Macklanburg Playhouse. I loved our theater at Stephens.

What a great place to go to school because it was so safe. There you are, and you’re basically surrounded by a bunch of other kids your age, and you can get wild, but not really. Come on, now. It was just a great place to be a dumb kid.

Read the complete interview at THIS LINK


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