When she was about four years old, Beverley went shopping with her mother and threw a loud tantrum right in the middle of the mall. A talent scout came up to them and mentioned that Beverley might have a future as an actress. He even handed his business card to her mother right on the spot. Beverley went on, of course, to get her big break as the emotional, tantrum-throwing teenager Lucy Camden on 7th Heaven.
Beverley married accountant Michael Cameron on October 1, 2008, when they were both 27 years old. Their wedding took place in Italy, and Beverley had eight bridesmaids, including her 7th Heaven sisters Jessica Biel and Mackenzie Rosman. 100 guests attended the ceremony, including Biel's celebrity boyfriend Justin Timberlake.
Beverley does not like to watch scary movies.
It has been reported that Beverley is best friends with actress Jessica Biel, who played her older sister Mary on 7th Heaven.
Beverley sang Angel on 7th Heaven's episode, Broken Hearts and Promises. The song is on her album Beverley Mitchell.
Beverley was an extra on the Amanda Show in a "Moody's Point" skit.
Beverley recieved two early Christmas presents for 2006. They were two golden retriever puppies she named Bentley and Jackson.
Offstage, Beverley enjoys spending time with her friends and family, making photo albums and scrapbooks, and singing.
Beverley co-wrote seven of the fourteen songs on her debut self-titled album Beverley Mitchell which was released on January 23, 2007.
She was studying on Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. (2001)
She was the only cast member on 7th Heaven who had gotten married on the show and remained a regular on the show.
In a recent article in Country Weekly, Bev announced she was writing music for her first country album. Beverley is also friends with CMA Artist, Reba McEntire.
Beverley's favorite makeup product is MAC.
Beverley's favorite actress is Jodie Foster.
Beverley's favorite actor is Bill Paxton.
Beverley's dad, David, is an auto-racing promoter. Mom, Sharon, is an office manager. David and Sharon are now divorced.
In 2003 Beverley starred in the independent film Mean People Suck.
Beverley appeared in the 2005 horror movie Saw 2. Her character, Laura, died.
Beverley participates in the RADD Kids Charity.
Beverley is 5' 2" (1.57 m) tall.
Beverley's nickname is Bev.
Beverley appeared in the March/April 2002 edition of American Girl. She was in the section: Who's That Girl?
Beverley and her boyfriend of five years, Michael Cameron, got engaged on New Year's Eve 2005, in Colorado. They planned to wed in 2007, but waited until 2008. Her engagement ring is a 3.5-carat yellow diamond by designer Louis Glick.
Beverley played the role of NASCAR sensation Erica Enders in a Disney Channel Original Movie, Right on Track, in 2003.
Beverley is a self-described "big kid" who loves stuffed animals and once admitted to having about 200 Beanie Babies.
Beverley has two things in common with her 7th Heaven co-star Catherine Hicks: each is an only child; and both are former cheerleaders. Beverley's cheerleading talent was incorporated into an episode during 7th Heaven's first season.
She has been on two episodes of MTV Cribs. They went to her old house and then her new house.
Beverley has a chihuahua named Chico. They both have the same colored caramel blond hair! She also has a puppy named Bella.
She wants to be part of Habitat for Humanity. Her 7th Heaven character, Lucy, has been involved with them for the many years.
Beverley Mitchell and Jessica Biel were on Trading Spaces with their 7th Heaven co-stars, George and Geoff Stults.
Beverly Mitchell along with Stephen Collins (Eric) are the only cast members to be in every episode of 7th Heaven.
Beverley attended Chaminade High School.
Appeared in A Chicken Soup for the Preteen Soul book in which she discussed the death of her best friend, Angela at age 15, in a car accident and her parents divorce, the accident inspired the 7th Heaven episode: Nothing Endures But Change.
Beverley is 14 months older than 7th Heaven co-star, Jessica Biel (Mary Camden) even though she plays the younger sister of the two.
Currently resides in Southern California.
She appeared in the Disney Channel Express Yourself commercials in 2001 and 2002.
Beverley: For the longest time, I never thought I was intimidating to guys, but I'm kind of finding out that maybe there is some tiny thread of intimidation.
Beverley Mitchell: I'm an only child, but my parents are my best friends. I can talk to them about anything and everything. I'm very open with them, and I trust them. They're the greatest, and I don't think I'd have made it this far without them. Actually, I know I wouldn't have.
Beverley Mitchell: I thank my parents, because I've been very grounded. Granted, I grew up a lot faster because I've always been around adults, but I've always wanted to act. I'd do it and not get paid for it. It's my passion.
Beverley Mitchell: (about her friend Angela, whose tragic death inspired an episode from Season 2 of "7th Heaven") When Brenda [Hampton] asked me if I wanted to do this episode, I suddenly realized that I needed to let out my emotions and fears if I ever wanted to get over my pain.....at first, I wasn't prepared for the emotional tidal wave that would be released. Filming that episode was both emotionally and physically exhausting. Emotions that I had ignored for so long were now being unleashed, and I did not know how I was going to deal with them. Once the tears came, they didn't stop until weeks after.
Beverley Mitchell: (about her character Lucy on "7th Heaven") We're both very similar in that we're very family-oriented and people-oriented. I think she's a little bit more naive than I am. She places so much trust in people that they burn her, and I'm not that way.
Beverley: (on 7th Heaven's, second, series finale) It was definitely sad! We love doing it for you (the fans). But if it is (truly) the end, my deepest gratitude to the amazing people I have shared the past 11 years with, and thank you to the fans for giving me the best job in the world!
Beverley: (on posing nude) To be photographed in a bikini is not such a horrible thing, but some things I just want to keep to myself!
Beverley: (about why she wants to be part of the Country and Western music industry) Well, I have always loved singing, ever since I was able to speak. I'm a country girl, through and through. I love Country music. It speaks to my soul. It always has a wonderful story and it just makes me want to get up and dance, and be happy, and I LOVE IT!
Beverley: There's a lot of times where I put a lot of pressure on myself to be perfect. Now, it's only recently that I just realized that perfect doesn't exist and I'm happy to be just who I am.
Beverley: Music is such a gift, and it's such a wonderful way to touch people.
Beverley: (about starting a new career in the Country and Western music industry) It's definitely different. You know, you're up there by yourself. I'm gonna have to stand alone on my own two feet and shine on my own. It is very intense, and very intimidating, and VERY scary because this whole record is a chance to truly see who I am; what I'm about. You see all facets of me in it. It's scary to be able to give that to someone and say, "Here I am, I hope you like it!"
Beverley: (anticipating her new Country and Western singing career) If all goes well, I'm gonna get this bug, and I'm gonna wanna be like--perform! I'm gonna be like jumping on all the stages! Anywhere I go, there's a stage--I'm on it!
Beverley: I like listening to positive things that make you feel good. I don't find Eminem that entertaining.