Beth is represented professionally by the firm Johnson & Laird Management.
Beth says that her favorite character that she played is a french prostitute in "Les Miserables".
Beth's first TV/movie role was a Steinlager commercial.
Beth's favorite book is Winnie the Pooh.
Beth's favorite food is chocolate, and her favorite drinks are Diet/Light Coke and Champagne.
When she played a tribal girl in an episode of Xena: Warrior Princess, Beth was accidentally whacked in the face with an axe.
Beth's "The Tribe" caracter, Amber, was killed off in an explosion, in first episode of second season. After she came back in third season, explanation was that Amber was only injured, but Ebony lied to everyone about her death.
Beth's movie roles include: Julie in "The Ugly"(1997), Julia Skakel in "Murder in Greenwich"(2002), and Ellie in "Treasure Island Kids"(2004).
Beth's trademark are the Zulu knots she used to have when she played Amber on "The Tribe" (1999-2003).
Beth's eyes are blue, and her natural hair color is dark brown.
Beth has an older brother and sister.
Beth is 5'4" (1.63 m) tall.
Beth's hair is dyed blonde for her part as "Amber" in The Tribe . Her natural hair colour is black.
Beth left The Tribe at they end of season 1, because of her school exams. She did came back though, in season 3.
Beth: I read my horoscope in the newspaper every day... And have forgotten it all 30 seconds later. But yes, I believe that some people are more susceptible for the signs that they receive in life.
Beth: I tried for many years to learn how to play the piano, but I was really bad at it - I am not very good at sitting still.
Beth: I'm just an actor, I don't have any other particular talent.
Beth: The top three questions I get are: Does it hurt to have your hair that way? Is there going to be a series six? And is Bray coming back?
No, it doesn't hurt; I don't know, but it's looking pretty positive for a sixth series; and there's always a possibility Bray could return.
Beth: It was quite good fun actually, because it happened really fast. They got about episode 47 or 48 at the end of the series and we kind of realized she wasn't particularly pregnant and needed to be very pregnant because she was about to have a baby in four episodes' time! So I went through about six months of pregnancy in about four episodes. I had all this padding under my costume and I was running into walls and bouncing off people. It was one of the hardest things I've done because you're really unprepared for it. If you haven't had a baby you just have no idea. (about having a baby on "The Tribe")
Beth: The tribe is like a micro-world where all the topics repeat themselves but with a message; that a better society can be created.
Beth: She represents the positive values of the society. Amber is a leader who takes care of the smallest of her group. She trusts in yes same. She looks like a hard girl who can do everything, but she is also sensitive and has a great heart. (about Amber)
Beth: Because in New Zealand, I don't know about other people but I've been kind of aiming to marry someone who's racially different because then I'll have really good-looking children.
Beth: In March there was a story going around when Tom Cruise came down to film "The Last Samurai". He turned up and no one was waiting for him at the airport - he was really surprised. Everyone was like "oh well, I've got things to do." So the next day he had to have a big press conference to kind of prove that "I'm Tom Cruise and I'm here."
Beth: I guess in terms of role model things we just... I know I find myself just sort of watching what I'm doing and saying in front of little kids and stuff.
Beth: Being Amber comes to me so naturally now that I instinctively know when a line or action isn't Amberesque and change it accordingly. I get a lot more intense as Amber than I ever do as myself.
Beth: I think that there are plenty of brilliant actors who don't fit the "mould", and there always will be. But that won't change the fact that the film business is based in fantasy, not reality, and thus the people in it don't always look realistic!
Beth: I don't smoke, attempt to exercise regularly, eat a good diet (mostly) and wear my seatbelt!
Beth: Leather is a good thing in winter, but it really annoyed me in the summer. (about her "The Tribe" outfit)