Elizabeth Mitchell

Elizabeth Mitchell

Olivia Bennett

Elizabeth Mitchell just wrapped a role in the independent feature Witch Hunt, and previously she completed filming the Michael Lembeck’s romantic comedy Welcome to Pine Grove! in which she plays Ellen Burstyn’s strong-willed daughter alongside co- stars Jane Curtin, Ann-Margret and Loretta Devine. On the drama side, she also recently shot the lead of the independent thriller, The Buried girl for director Ben Hickernel. In the film she plays a police captain deeply affected by the murder of a young girl in her district.

On television, Mitchell was most recently seen as a Methodist pastor whose calm exterior belies that she is a force to be reckoned with on Syfy’s “The Expanse.” She’s perhaps best known for her Emmy-nominated performance on ABC’s phenomenon “Lost” from creator J.J. Abrams. She re-teamed with Abrams in another powerhouse role (Rachel) on his hit NBC drama “Revolution.” On a different note, Mitchell portrayed the Snow Queen in the “Frozen” storyline of “Once Upon a Time” from creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz. Further solidifying her course on the fast-track were her roles opposite Barry Pepper as Teresa Earnhardt in the ESPN original telefilm “3: The Dale Earnhardt Story,” and her performance in ABC’s “V,” a drama based on the popular ’80s alien invasion miniseries, which was the highest rated debut of a series since “Lost.” Mitchell also starred opposite Donald Sutherland on the Netflix drama “Crossing Lines.”

On the feature side, Mitchell starred opposite Frank Grillo in Universal’s The Purge: Election Year for producer Jason Blum, which earned over $115 million at the worldwide box office. Whether as Mrs. Clause to Tim Allen in the last two installments of Disney’s successful The Santa Clause trilogy, or time-traveling alongside the likes of Dennis Quaid in New Line’s Frequency, Mitchell has lent her ability to an impressive and diverse range of roles, most notably as girlfriend of Angelina Jolie in “Gia,” the Golden Globe-winning HBO telefilm.

Cameron Mathison

Cameron Mathison


Emmy nominated actor and television host Cameron Mathison is the co-anchor of the most watched entertainment news program in the world, “Entertainment Tonight.” In addition to his work with “ET,” Mathison previously served as feature correspondent for “Good Morning America” and “Extra” and co-hosted the “35th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.”

Mathison has appeared on screen in both film and television and is no stranger to television movies, starring in Hallmark Channel originals including “A Christmas to Remember” opposite Mira Sorvino, “At Home in Mitford,” opposite Andie MacDowell and most recently, “Very, Very, Valentine” opposite Danica McKellar. In addition, he has starred in multiple projects for Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, including “Murder She Baked: Just Desserts,” his fifth movie in the “Murder, She Baked” franchise, following “Murder, She Baked: A Deadly Recipe,” “Murder, She Baked: A Peach Cobbler Mystery,” “Murder, She Baked: A Plum Pudding Murder Mystery,” and “Murder, She Baked: A Chocolate Chip Mystery.” Mathison’s other television movie credits include Hallmark Channel’s “Holidaze,” “The Christmas Ornament,” “Window Wonderland,” “My Gal Sunday” and “Along Came a Nanny,” as well as Lifetime’s “The Wife He Met Online” and “Any Mother’s Son,” and ABC Family’s “See Jane Date.”

In September 2007, Mathison joined the cast of ABC’s hit competition series, “Dancing with the Stars,” advancing all the way to week nine. He has also had several pivotal guest-starring roles on top television shows, including “Hot in Cleveland,” “The Drew Carey Show,” “CSI,” “JAG,” “What I Like About You,” “F/X: The Series,” “Castle,” “Desperate Housewives,” “Hope & Faith” and “The Exes.” Mathison made his feature film debut in the 1998 Miramax release, 54, opposite Salma Hayek and Ryan Phillippe. He also starred in the Canadian independent film Washed Up, The Carpenter’s Miracle, The Surrogate and the ABC Family feature Home Again.

Well known for his fan-favorite role as Ryan Lavery in the daytime series “All My Children,” Mathison earned great acclaim from critics and fans alike, taking home a Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Male Newcomer in 1999, and Daytime Emmy nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor in 2002 and 2004. Additionally, his hosting duties have included the “33rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards” broadcast as the show’s Fan Zone host, ABC’s live world premiere of Walt Disney’s animated feature, Tarzan, SOAPnet’s 2001 Daytime Emmy red carpet special and various E! “Wild On!” specials. He served as the host of SOAPnet’s original reality series, “I Wanna Be a Soap Star.”

Mathison resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Vanessa, and their children, Lucas and Leila.