Elizabeth Noel Donovan

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Elizabeth’s current project is the reality show “Malibeauties”, about women who are beautiful inside and out who live in Malibu, helping one another and the community.  For more information on this project go to the fanpage on facebook Malibeautiies


Elizabeth’s latest project is the feature film “Seekers.” For more info. For more information on this project go to the fanpage on facebook  Seekers Film



Elizabeth just completed filming the web series pilot for “Speed Date” directed  by Mike Flight


Elizabeth has a recurring  role on the web series “Wingmen” written and directed by Stuart G Murphy


Elizabeth had some fun shooting a short for Pros and Cons Studios in Jaunuary 2011 which takes a cynical look at Valentines Day called “Love, Not Actually.”














Elizabeth recently finished filming an episode of the new series Beverly Hills Adjacent Diva’s which will debut May 7th 2011.


Elizabeth has a recurring role as District Attorney Madelyn Daniels on the series Get Thee Behind Me.   She plays a tough as nails DA with a soft side that brings compassion to the victims she represents.


You may have spotted Elizabeth on Fox Network’s hit series Hell’s Kitchen.  She played Noel a ditzy blonde house wife that tried to poison Ramsay.


Check out Elizabeth on A&E’s  Gene Simmons Family Jewels on a date with Nick Simmons.


Gut-to-Go, and indie-comedy that Elizabeth had a cameo in was a huge success as a ‘Best Short Film’ at the 2011 Idyllwild Independent Festival of Cinema.


Night of the Chupacabra, a Sci-Fi thriller, co-starring Elizabeth as Ruth Bowman who is a wife and mother working with her family to extricate themselves from the web being spun by aliens.



Elizabeth Noel Donovan recently wrote and starred in two one act plays “Thanks For Coming” and “Thanks For Waiting” at The Complex Theater in Hollywood.  The plays had a successful run and sold old every night.
















Elizabeth joined the New York cast of “Sex, Relationships and Sometimes…Love” on October 30th, 2010 at the Producers Playhouse in Times Square.  She had a recurring role with the Hollywood, CA cast which has a continuous run at The Actors Playpen.


Elizabeth had the lead role as Roxanne in the comedy “A Quiet Christmas Eve” which had a successful run at The Actors Workout Studio in North Hollywood, CA.  Here is a link to the review “Four One Acts Reveal Love and Faith” from The Tolucan Times.



Elizabeth and Milania's two act Play “Farewell to Alligators”  was read by Pasadena Playhouse. Stay tuned!


Elizabeth and co-writer Eddie Jesse Hagel are proud to announce the completion of their screenplay “Roberto’s Dream.”

"Thanks for Coming"

the last words an actor wants to hear


"Thanks for Waiting"

could be the first words of a dream come true