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The 7th Heaven Cast Reunites At The Opening Of Jessica Biel's New Restaurant

Rain Varela | PopWrapped Author

Rain Varela

Staff Writer
03/02/2016 7:56 am
PopWrapped | Celebrities
The 7th Heaven Cast Reunites At The Opening Of Jessica Biel's New Restaurant | 7th Heaven
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The cast of the long running hit television series 7th Heaven turned up last Friday for the opening of Jessica Biel's new restaurant, Au Fudge....

They were known to television audiences in the 90's for their cherished talks over the dining room table, a

nd it looks like the Camdens have reunited and gathered around food once again.

Biel is known for playing big sister Mary Camden on the beloved television show, wherein her character was sort of a problem child for the conservative religious family. It was Biel's first major acting role and led to her becoming the movie star that she is today.

Beverley Mitchel who played her little sister Lucy shared a snap of the cast in her Instagram account. Captioning it with "“So much fun supporting our girl @JessicaBiel on the launch of her amazing new restaurant @aufudge!,” “Love these people like family! #nothinglikefamily #7thheavenforever #aufudge #familyfriendly.”

Mitchel and Biel have remained close since the show ended. In August of last year, Beverley showed her support towards her former co-star by attending the launching of the travel accessories shop owned by Jessica's brother, Justin.

This time though, Mitchel showed up with other members of the family. Also in the picture she posted are Barry Watson who played oldest sibling Matt, Mackenzie Rosman who originally played the youngest sibling Ruthie until the birth of the twins, and then of course there is Catherine Hicks who played their on-screen mother Annie.

7th Heaven premiered on 1996 and told the story of the Camden family. A large christian clan led by a Protestant Minister , Eric Camden and his wife Annie, they originally had five children but ended up with seven with the birth of a pair of twins. Each episode dealt with a moral lesson that the family had to talk about and deal with. The show originally aired in the defunct WB network and ended its run at the station's successor the CW on 2007.


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