Project Description

Autograph Price: $50

Photo Op Price: $60

11:00 am Signing

5:40 pm Photo Op

6:00 pm Signing

11:00 am Signing

12:00 pm Photo Op

12:20 pm Signing

Elizabeth Berkley

Appearing: Saturday and Sunday

Elizabeth Berkley was born in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Her screen debut was a role in the TV movie Frog. She then got work as an extra in some TV series, including TV 101 and Day by Day. In the summer of 1989 she was in Los Angeles and auditioned for a role on Saved by the Bell. She got the role and became a TV star.

In 1994 she filmed four movies, including Showgirls, and continued to guest-star in popular TV shows, such as Diagnosis Murder. At the same time she was studying English Literature at a college in California. She can be seen in The First Wives Club, Oliver Stone’s Any Given Sunday, and in the indie films Taxman, Last Call, and The Real Blonde.

In 1999 she performed on stage in London as Honey in “Lenny”, opposite Eddie Izzard, and was directed by the legendary Sir Peter Hall. Her performances in Roger Dodger and Moving Malcolm, two independent movies released in 2002 and 2003, impressed the critics. She made her Broadway debut in “Sly Fox” in February 2004, then returned to New York City in the Off-Broadway production “Hurlyburly” directed by Scott Elliott and co-starring Ethan Hawke, Parker Posey and Wallace Shawn.

She appeared for several seasons in the hit series CSI: Miami as Julia Winston, and in the final season of Showtime’s The L Word.

Elizabeth has been making life-changing connections with these girls over the past seven years through Ask Elizabeth, her not-for-profit organization that includes self-esteem workshops she facilitates as a volunteer in schools and for youth organizations, a thriving website (ask-elizabeth.com) that hosts digital content as a way to be of continued service to girls and, most recently, her book Ask Elizabeth (published by Penguin), which made The New York Times’ best-seller list. This nationwide movement has affected the lives of over 100,000 girls and counting. She was also a featured contributor on Oprah.com, bridging the communication gap between mothers and daughters.

Appearing: Saturday and Sunday

Elizabeth Berkley was born in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Her screen debut was a role in the TV movie Frog. She then got work as an extra in some TV series, including TV 101 and Day by Day. In the summer of 1989 she was in Los Angeles and auditioned for a role on Saved by the Bell. She got the role and became a TV star.

In 1994 she filmed four movies, including Showgirls, and continued to guest-star in popular TV shows, such as Diagnosis Murder. At the same time she was studying English Literature at a college in California. She can be seen in The First Wives Club, Oliver Stone’s Any Given Sunday, and in the indie films Taxman, Last Call, and The Real Blonde.

In 1999 she performed on stage in London as Honey in “Lenny”, opposite Eddie Izzard, and was directed by the legendary Sir Peter Hall. Her performances in Roger Dodger and Moving Malcolm, two independent movies released in 2002 and 2003, impressed the critics. She made her Broadway debut in “Sly Fox” in February 2004, then returned to New York City in the Off-Broadway production “Hurlyburly” directed by Scott Elliott and co-starring Ethan Hawke, Parker Posey and Wallace Shawn.

She appeared for several seasons in the hit series CSI: Miami as Julia Winston, and in the final season of Showtime’s The L Word.

Elizabeth has been making life-changing connections with these girls over the past seven years through Ask Elizabeth, her not-for-profit organization that includes self-esteem workshops she facilitates as a volunteer in schools and for youth organizations, a thriving website (ask-elizabeth.com) that hosts digital content as a way to be of continued service to girls and, most recently, her book Ask Elizabeth (published by Penguin), which made The New York Times’ best-seller list. This nationwide movement has affected the lives of over 100,000 girls and counting. She was also a featured contributor on Oprah.com, bridging the communication gap between mothers and daughters.

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