Elizabeth has a dog named Katie.
Because of her dad's job, she is well-traveled and has been to South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Florida, and Japan.
Elizabeth was in a Super Bowl Commercial, a VISA ad called "keyhole". She met her ex-husband Neil Shapiro, a cinematographer, while working on this commercial.
Although she got accepted to Columbia University, Boston University, Simmons College, and New York University, she chose to study acting at the William Esper Studio when she was 18.
Elizabeth trained at the Boston Ballet School.
Elizabeth appeared in the TV-movies Platonically Incorrect and Breadwinners. She was also in the movie Jam.
Elizabeth is five feet and six inches tall. She has red hair and blue eyes.
Elizabeth has appeared in commercials of K-Mart, Michelob, and Taco Bell.
Elizabeth married Neil Shapiro on January 8, 2000 and got divorced on December 2002. She then married Lukas Reiter on June 18, 2005.
Elizabeth is fond of cooking and does pilates.
Elizabeth was a model for the Elite Modeling Agency in New York and she worked in Japan for six months. She has also worked for World Top Modeling Agency in Tokyo and Irene Marie Modeling Agency in Miami.
She once volunteered at the Cedars-Sinai Hospital before her acting career took much of her schedule.
Elizabeth studied at the Academy of the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera when she was 12.
Elizabeth: I think sometimes in shows the characters are not very relatable because maybe they have a lot of money or their circumstances are unusual. I think in October Road the characters are people that most people know in their own lives.
Elizabeth: (on playing her character in "October Road") It's a little bit of a tough character to play because obviously I've made a really bad decision. On the show the character of Owen, my husband, is a very likable character. So, you don't want people thinking I'm a total villain and a horrible person.
Elizabeth: (on choosing between intellect and sexy accent) Intellect. I love people who are well read.
Elizabeth: (on choosing between breakfast and dinner) Breakfast. I enjoy hearty natural cereals.
Elizabeth: (on choosing between dance and drama) Drama. Although I'm a trained dancer, and have danced professionally, I still prefer drama.