Having conquered the world of television, Beverley Mitchell begins a new journey in entertainment as she embarks on a career in country music. During breaks in production from "7th Heaven," Mitchell frequently traveled to Nashville where she co-wrote and recorded songs for her debut album, which released January 23rd of this year. Mitchell combined her lifelong love of country music with an upbeat, California vibe on the album, creating a style all her own. She collaborated with renowned songwriters Jim Wetherley ("Midnight Train to Georgia," "Neither One of Us"), Greg Becker (Rascal Flatts, Carrie Underwood) and D. Scott Miller (John Corbett) and co-wrote seven of the album's 14 songs. From a girls-night-out anthem to a bittersweet ballad about life and loss, the album has something for every country music fan.
Mitchell can currently be seen starring in her 11th season as the emotional yet lovable Lucy Camden on The CW's hit series "7th Heaven," the longest-running family drama in television history. At the age of 4, Mitchell got her first break appearing in an Oscar Meyer commercial. She has been working steadily ever since in both television and film.
Mitchell had the starring role in "Right On Track," a television movie based on the life of Erica Enders, the first female junior drag racer. Prior to "7th Heaven," Mitchell had a recurring role on the comedy series "Phenom," starring Judith Light. She guest starred on a number of series including "Melrose Place" and "Baywatch." She also starred in the television movies "White Dwarf," "Mother of the Bride" and the miniseries "Sinatra."
Mitchell made her feature film debut in "The Crow: City of Angels." She can also be seen in "Saw 2" and the dark short film "Mean People Suck," opposite James Franco and Dominique Swain.
Off screen, Mitchell is a very active member of her community. She is involved with numerous charities including *NSYNC's Challenge For the Children, Make-A-Wish and Entertainment Industry Foundation.
Mitchell enjoys spending time with family and friends, making photo albums and scrapbooks and singing.