Elizabeth Berkley Picture Gallery

Elizabeth Berkley picturesElizabeth Berkley was born on the 28th July 1972 in Farmington Hills, Michigan, United States Of America.

At an early age Elizabeth enjoyed dance and was enrolled in the Detroit dance company, she appeared in a production of Swan Lake and her movie debut was the 1987 television film Frog playing the role of Kathy.

Her big break came in the television show Saved By The Bell which ran for four full seasons and she will appear in a film version being made for release in 2011.

She won a Razzie award for Showgirls, the movie was released with an NC-17 rating but did not perform well at the box office.

She is for the ethical treatment of animals.

Elizabeth Berkley is an intelligent actress and has a degree in english literature from UCLA and she has different colour eyes, her left eye is green and her right eye is half green, half brown.

Some television shows Elizabeth has appeared in include Baywatch, NYPD Blue, The Twilight Zone, Without A Trace, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, The L Word, Threshold and CSI: Miami.

Elizabeth has appeared in many films such as White Wolves II: Legend of the Wild, The First Wives Club, The Real Blonde, Africa, Taxman, Last Call, Any Given Sunday, The Curse Of The Jade Scorpion, Roger Dodger, Cover Story, Detonator, Women In trouble and S. Darko.

Read some Elizabeth Berkley Quotes below.

Ever since those reviews for Showgirls, it's like I was that woman in The Scarlet Letter. Except that instead of having to wear the letter A for adulteress, I was condemned to wear an S for showgirl.

The First Wives Club gave me a certain level of confidence. Because I was working with these three women – Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler  and Diane Keaton – who as women have been through every high and low. Goldie especially took me under her wing and was really supportive. She told me, "I don't like the way you were directed in that movie, (Showgirls) but there's something there that you can't deny. So you just keep doing what you're doing and someone will get it, and someone will show the real you, and not just some idea of you".

(on making Roger Dodger) I really loved it. On the set, it was like being part of a real family. Everybody was there because they wanted to be and not because of some paycheck – there were no dressing rooms or big trailers; you'd get ready in a bathroom. Here's this $2-million movie that could have gone nowhere or everywhere. But it's one of the most special experiences that I've ever had. I want more similar experiences. I'm not "Showgirl" – that's the point!

I had to work out where I was going, what type of films I wanted to make. For that reason, I decided to choose independent productions, less important roles, and I tried theater, too.

I love what I do so much, and even with the highs and lows of the business, my love for what I do is my salvation, always. It's always exciting that way.

You can read an Any Given Sunday blu ray movie review here.

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