Date of birth: March 27, 1970 (Age 48)

Full name: Elizabeth Joanna Robertson

Born place: Los Angeles, California, USA

Height: 5’9” (175 cm)

Weight: 135 lbs (61 kg)

Elizabeth Mitchell's height, weight and body measurements

Elizabeth Mitchell body measurements

Bust: 37” (94 cm)

Waist: 26” (66 cm)

Hips:  36” (91 cm)

Bra size: 34 C (US) / 72C (EU)

Shoe size: 9 (US) / 40 (EU)

Elizabeth Mitchell's eyes and hair color

Hair color: Blonde

Eye color: Blue


Although seeming to be a little underappreciated, in terms of awards and recognition, Elizabeth Mitchell has had a wonderful Hollywood career. She is most famous for her role in the very popular TV series, Lost for which she won a Saturn Award for. Her versatility has seen her make the transition from stage to screen seamlessly.

Her first acting major experience occurred on stage when she was 22. She was cast in Amateurs in 1992, Red Channels in 194 and Three Tall Women in 1995. While studying for her fine arts degree, she had a guest star role in Loving in 1994 and a recurring role in L.A. Firefighters in 1996. Her first movie also came in 1998 with Gia.

Starring in Lost as Dr. Juliet Burke from 2006 to 2010 has remained her most famous role to television till date. She has also had main roles in Dead of Summer in 2006, Revolution from 2012 to 2014 and V in 2009 and 2010. Her film credits include the 2002 and 2006 sequels to The Santa Clause, Running Scared in 2006, Frequency in 2000 and The Purge: Election Year in 2016.

Even as she is quickly approaching her 50s, she continues to sport a very great physique and an aura of girlish vivacity. This, she has attributed to good diet as she stays away from processed foods and eat in moderation. When she appeared in Gia, her bra size was registered as 34B but she has grown into a 34C since then.

Elizabeth Mitchell's height, weight and body measurements

Asides this, there has been rumours going round in the late 2000s and early 2010s that she has had a nose job done. Either way, we appreciate her beauty and hope it never fades.






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