Yesterday, we put up an excerpt of an interview with actress Elizabeth Mitchell—better known as Juliet Burke of Lost. I have to confess that I am not a regular Lost watcher (shock, horror) but I have known of Elizabeth since she played opposite Dennis Quaid in Frequency. Since then, I’ve been a fan.
I remember helping organize the shoot from Dunedin, sending stylist’s letters via PDF to Los Angeles during a break from ﬁlming in Hawai’i, so that the very talented Kevin Watroba could do his job freely. Very obligingly, knowing that it would appear in New Zealand ﬁrst, Kevin pulled clothes from Zambesi, but it’s the Erica Courtney jewellery that saw my jaw drop (check the prices—two of the pictures are in the online version).
The article is in the current issue of Lucire, hence the excerpted version—sorry we can’t share the whole kaboodle at this point. The Lucire team has to eat.
Elyse Glickman, Lucire’s US west coast editor, pretty much takes us through a journey of Elizabeth’s whole career with her interview and article, and I personally think it is better than my proﬁle on Ashley Scott.
Incidentally, I want to say a massive thank-you to the Ashley Scott and Jericho fans who have posted some wonderful compliments about my article, here on this blog and at the CBS forum. It really means a lot to me, to know that I’ve helped Ashley, the show and their supporters. This is one of those times the internet is a nice place to be. Posted by Jack Yan, 07:21
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