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|name = Elizabeth Mitchell
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|gender = Female
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|firstappearance = [[White Out]]
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|birthdate = {{Birth date and age|1970|3|27}}<ref name="tvelizabeth"/>
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|birthplace = [[wikipedia:Los Angeles|Los Angeles]], [[wikipedia:California|California]], [[wikipedia:United States|U.S.]]<ref name="tvelizabeth"/>
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|portrays = [[Ingrid]]
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|status = Guest Starring
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{{Quote|I had to give a lot of thought to what [[Ingrid|she]] had been through. She was a child who killed [[Man (The Snow Queen)|somebody]]. It was an accident, but as a deeply emphatic child, she kills someone, so she locked herself away.|Elizabeth Mitchell <sup>[http://uk.ign.com/articles/2014/11/15/once-upon-a-time-elizabeth-mitchell-on-whats-ahead-for-the-snow-queen src]</sup>}}
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'''Elizabeth Mitchell''' is the American actress who portrays [[Ingrid]] on [[ABC]]'s ''[[Once Upon a Time]]''.
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==Biography==
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Elizabeth Mitchell was born on March 27, 1970 in [[wikipedia:Los Angeles|Los Angeles]], [[wikipedia:California|California]].<ref name="tvelizabeth">http://www.tvguide.com/celebrities/elizabeth-mitchell/bio/149013</ref> She grew up in [[wikipedia:Highland Park|Highland Park]]<ref name="dallas">http://elizabeth-mitchell.org/media/dallas-morning-news-jan-2001 - Dallas Morning News</ref> in [[wikipedia:Dallas, Texas|Dallas]]; regularly taking acting classes at the [[wikipedia:Dallas Theater Center|Dallas Theater Center]] for about six years<ref>http://articles.latimes.com/2009/nov/03/entertainment/et-elizabeth-mitchell3</ref> and performed with the Encore Company until high school.<ref name="dallas"/> Elizabeth studied at [[wikipedia:Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts|Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts]],<ref>http://www.dmagazine.com/publications/d-magazine/2008/june/booker-ts-theater-teacher-exits-stage-left</ref> at the [[wikipedia:Stephens College|Stephens College]]; earning a [[wikipedia:Bachelor of Fine Arts|Bachelor of Fine Arts]] in acting and then graduated from the [[wikipedia:British American Drama Academy|British American Drama Academy]].<ref>http://www.sobeautymag.com/southern-beauties/elizabeth-mitchell</ref>
   
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After moving to [[wikipedia:New York|New York]], Elizabeth landed her first screen role as Dinah Lee Mayberry Alden McKenzie in the daytime soap drama ''[[wikipedia:Loving (TV series)|Loving]]'', but she was fired after four months. Returning to theater work, she became an understudy in [[wikipedia:Edward Albee|Edward Albee]]’s off-Broadway production of ''[[wikipedia:Three Tall Women|Three Tall Women]]'' and toured nationally with the show. Small television jobs in the short-lived series ''[[wikipedia:L.A. Firefighters|L.A. Firefighters]]'' and ''[[wikipedia:Significant Others (1998 TV series)|Significant Others]]'' followed, but it was her role as Linda in ''[[wikipedia:Gia|Gia]]'', the biographical film about the life of model [[wikipedia:Gia Marie Carangi|Gia Marie Carangi]], that garnered attention. This lead to secondary film roles in ''[[wikipedia:Molly (film)|Molly]]'', ''[[wikipedia:Frequency (film)|Frequency]]'' and ''[[wikipedia:Nurse Betty|Nurse Betty]]'' before Elizabeth grabbed the part of [[wikipedia:Beatle Paul|Beatle Paul]]’s wife in [[wikipedia:CBS|CBS]]’ ''[[wikipedia:The Linda McCartney Story|The Linda McCartney Story]]''.<ref name="dallas"/> Her other notable acting ventures include psychiatrist Dr. Kim Legaspi on ''[[wikipedia:ER (TV series)|ER]]'', fertility scientist [[wikipedia:Juliet Burke|Juliet Burke]] on ''[[wikipedia:Lost (TV series)|Lost]]'' and FBI agent Erica Evans on ''[[wikipedia:V (2009 TV series)|V]]''.
   
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Elizabeth is married to actor Chris Soldevilla, and they have a son named C.J.<ref>http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20179836,00.html</ref>
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==Trivia==
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*Mitchell shares the same name with actress [[wikipedia:Elizabeth Banks|Elizabeth Banks]], who was born Elizabeth Irene Mitchell. The latter changed her name to avoid confusion with Mitchell, as she was the first in the Screen Actors Guild.
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==Appearances==
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==External links==
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*{{Wikipedialink|Elizabeth Mitchell}}
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==References==
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I had to give a lot of thought to what she had been through. She was a child who killed somebody. It was an accident, but as a deeply emphatic child, she kills someone, so she locked herself away.
—Elizabeth Mitchell src

Elizabeth Mitchell is the American actress who portrays Ingrid on ABC's Once Upon a Time.

Biography

Elizabeth Mitchell was born on March 27, 1970 in Los Angeles, California.[1] She grew up in Highland Park[2] in Dallas; regularly taking acting classes at the Dallas Theater Center for about six years[3] and performed with the Encore Company until high school.[2] Elizabeth studied at Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts,[4] at the Stephens College; earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts in acting and then graduated from the British American Drama Academy.[5]

After moving to New York, Elizabeth landed her first screen role as Dinah Lee Mayberry Alden McKenzie in the daytime soap drama Loving, but she was fired after four months. Returning to theater work, she became an understudy in Edward Albee’s off-Broadway production of Three Tall Women and toured nationally with the show. Small television jobs in the short-lived series L.A. Firefighters and Significant Others followed, but it was her role as Linda in Gia, the biographical film about the life of model Gia Marie Carangi, that garnered attention. This lead to secondary film roles in Molly, Frequency and Nurse Betty before Elizabeth grabbed the part of Beatle Paul’s wife in CBSThe Linda McCartney Story.[2] Her other notable acting ventures include psychiatrist Dr. Kim Legaspi on ER, fertility scientist Juliet Burke on Lost and FBI agent Erica Evans on V.

Elizabeth is married to actor Chris Soldevilla, and they have a son named C.J.[6]

Trivia

  • Mitchell shares the same name with actress Elizabeth Banks, who was born Elizabeth Irene Mitchell. The latter changed her name to avoid confusion with Mitchell, as she was the first in the Screen Actors Guild.

Appearances

External links

References

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