Elizabeth was born in New York and studied at Gloversville High School and the Russel Sage College.
She has appeared on our screens since 1992 she appeared in an episodes of Saved by the Bell and Doogie Howser, M.D. She also appeared in the movie, Timemaster, playing a young Veronica Adams, and was hired by Silk Stalkings twice for different roles in 1994 and 1997.
After auditioning for the role of Buffy, producers brought Elisabeth back to play the witch Amy in the third episode of Buffy and since then brought her back once a season (skipping season 5) until season 6 where she played a recurring and piovotal role. She would return once more in Season 7.
Since Buffy ended, Amy landed a recurring role in TV series, Bull, which also starred Angel’s Elizabeth Rohm, as well as landing guesting appearances in JAG and Close to Home, which starred Angel’s Christian Kane.