Mitzi has two children, both with her ex-husband Bradley Kapture.
In 2004, Mitzi did an interview for the Silk Stalkings Season 1 DVD.
Mitzi's first and only appearance on daytime television was on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, where she spent two years as a regular, and some time as a recurring character.
Mitzi asked the Baywatch show producers to add a story about xeroderma pigmentosum in an episode of the show, to add awareness about that desease. The producers decided to go for it and an episode titled Castles in the Sand featured the story about the disease.
Besides acting, Mitzi also likes painting, yoga, hiking, working out, and photographing.
Mitzi moved to Los Angeles from Georgia to study acting.
Mitzi studied acting at Atlanta's Alliance Theater.
Mitzi moved to Atlanta, Georgia at a young age.
She directed two episodes of Silk Stalkings after she left the show.
In 1995, Mitzi left Silk Stalkings to have her first child Madison (born January 24, 1996), and so did her co-star Rob Estes, which left many fans protesting.
In 1987, she landed her first movie role in a drama Private Road: No Trespassing.
Her first appearance on a television series was on HBO's show 1st & Ten in 1989.
Mitzi won $1,100 and a 7-day Caribbean Cruise on The $10,000 Pyramid, a game show hosted by Dick Clark.
She is 5' 5" (1.65m).
She was married to Bradley Kapture.