Beverley Anne Mitchell plays 7th Heaven's Reverend Lucy Camden-Kinkirk. Before that, she has a recurring role on the comedy show series Phenom and guest-starred on Melrose Place, Baywatch, and Quantum Leap. She starred in the TV movies White Dwarf, Mother of the Bride, Baby of the Bride, and Children of the Bride (with Rue McCallan as her grandmother), and she also starred in the mini-series Sinatra. Her first feature film role was in A Killing Obsession, and she co-starred in the film The Crow: City of Angels. She is an honor student and is active and outspoken in the fight against drunk driving and drug abuse. She participates in the Kmart Kids Race Against Drugs and Y-Cart racing around the country. Beverley's hobbies include Cardio Kickboxing and singing. She lives with her mother in Southern California. She also was in a K-Mart commercial. (Along with George Stults and Mackenzie Rosman).
Unlike other actresses who are discovered through modeling or other glamorous methods, Mitchell was spotted by a talent agent after throwing a temper tantrum alongside her mother in the middle of a shopping mall. She started her acting career at age five, doing commercials for companies such as Oscar Mayer, Cream of Wheat, and Energizer batteries.
Beverley's first major television series was Big Brother Jake in 1990, which she followed up with 7th Heaven in 1996 but her success as an actress was overshadowed by personal tragedy. Her parents divorced shortly after she landed the role of Lucy Camden, and one year later a close friend died in a car crash.
Beverley graduated high school in 1999 and while working on the small screen, managed to attend Loyola Marymount University and study film. She has also started writing music with folk and rock influences. The actress is also involved with several charities, including the Make-A-Wish Foundation.… Expand