Elizabeth holds a brown belt in karate.
Elizabeth's theater credits include:
- Young Americans
- The Wisdom of Eve
- Beyond Therapy
- Pirates of Penzance
- The MoMologues
Elizabeth was a presenter at the 2007 Jefferson Awards for Public Service. In addition, she accepted an award on behalf of her show, Guiding Light, which was honored for their "Find Your Light" campaign.
Elizabeth studied acting at the Academy of Stage and Cinema Arts in Los Angeles. She also studied voice at the University of California.
Elizabeth says she hates showers because they make her feel claustrophobic.
Elizabeth has 4 siblings.
Elizabeth appears in a commercial for Staples. The 2007 "back to school" ad features Liz as a cheerleading mom.
In 1996, Elizabeth's wedding dress was named one of the top 10 celebrity wedding dresses by People Magazine.
Elizabeth is married and has two children.
Elizabeth says she got into acting because of her older sister, Mary.
In January 2007, Elizabeth, and the cast of Guiding Light, traveled to Biloxi, MS to help rebuild homes of Hurricane Katrina victims.
Elizabeth has a "Bacon Number" of 2.
She was in Rebel Storm with John Rhys-Davies,
John was in In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale with Gabrielle Rose,
Gabrielle was in Where the Truth Lies with Kevin Bacon.
When Elizabeth's One Life to Live character "Connie O'Neill" got engaged, Liz used her own engagement ring on the show. At the time she was engaged to co-star Brett Porter, who she married in 1986 but later divorced in 1988.
Elizabeth: (on her appearance in People Magazine) I pick up the magazine because I knew my husband, Bobby, and I were going to be in the feature on soap opera weddings. They also had the top ten most perfect wedding dresses, and I'm number four... right after Carolyn Bessette Kennedy!
Elizabeth: (talking about her husband) There is something lucky about Bobby and about the marriage. Bobby's my magic charm, everything's been blessed since we got married!
Elizabeth: (after rebuilding homes in Biloxi, MS) I have learned the value of community. Possessions, they come and they go, but the value of your neighbors is more important.
Elizabeth: (on her wedding to Robert Convertino) It was one of the truest moments of my life.