When Elizabeth worked as a model, she was nicknamed 'Slackey' because she was supposed to call in every day, but never did.
Elizabeth admits her first day on the set of Home & Away was very scary.
In Elizabeth's opinion, the worst job she ever had was being a checkout girl.
Elizabeth starred in a commercial for tampons when her career was just beginning in Australia.
Elizabeth attended Charles Sturt University.
Elizabeth and her husband, Ben, own two dogs named Punks and Oscar.
Elizabeth loves roles that don't require her to masquerade her Australian accent.
Elizabeth enjoys the fact she is not as famous as other celebrities. She does, however, enjoy getting recognition for her work.
Elizabeth's pregnancy was written into Heroes.
Elizabeth's husband's name is Ben. They married in in a beach service at Byron Bay, Australia in 2006.
Elizabeth: (on missing Australia) I miss it, but you go where the work is… until you can afford to retire and go where you want!
Elizabeth: (on why Aussies do well in America) We have this uncanny ability to laugh at ourselves, and Americans don't have that. They're great - they're very happy, hospitable people - but they can take themselves very seriously.
Elizabeth: I don't have a competitive nature, so I didn't want to win anything. So Heroes is great because I actually get to act. I don't have the type of role where I've got to be gorgeous or glamorous or worried about my weight or what I look like.
Elizabeth: I feel like all my life I've tried to be part of something, but I've always felt unnatural. I went through a period where I felt really misunderstood and like no one 'got' me. But then I realised it was completely OK to be like that.
Elizabeth: (on becoming a mother for the first time) I guess I'm nervous and excited. I really don't have a clue what to do, but I'm sure I can just make it up as I go along.
Elizabeth: (on the theatre) I am most content when I am on stage pretending to be somebody else.
Elizabeth: (on her worst job) The worst job I ever had was being a checkout girl. I couldn't handle it at all. I was only there for about a day before I had had enough.