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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 21 November 1941London, England, UK
Birth NameJuliet Maryon Mills
Height 5' 2" (1.57 m)

Mini Bio (1)

An English actress of stage, screen and television, sister to Hayley Mills and daughter of Sir John Mills, Juliet first came to notice in films, actually after her sister Hayley started her career. Juliet, however, was first plucked onto the screen and signing a contract with Warner Brothers and taking small roles in comedies like Nurse on Wheels (1963) and Carry on Jack (1964). It wasn't until 1966, when Juliet Mills started getting attention in her role opposite James Stewart and Maureen O'Hara in the western film The Rare Breed (1966). She continued in television in the seventies as a recurring guest star on The Love Boat (1977), Wonder Woman (1975) and Fantasy Island (1977). She got her first starring television series, Nanny and the Professor (1970), in 1970, co-starring Richard Long, the series was top-rated, but was shortly canceled after two seasons by ABC. She hit the screen again in 1974, playing the possessed "Jessica Barrett" in the Italian horror film Beyond the Door (1974) ("Beyond the Door") for Film Ventures International, but it was pulled from theaters because it resembled The Exorcist (1973), even though it was becoming a box office hit. She didn't get very many roles after that and continued in television through the eighties. She did a small part in Waxwork II: Lost in Time (1992) and then played Juliette Lewis's friendly maid in the 1999 major motion picture The Other Sister (1999), co-starring Diane Keaton and Tom Skerritt. Juliet Mills has recently been in the daytime drama (soap opera) Passions (1999), playing "Tabitha", the witch. She is married to actor Maxwell Caulfield.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Blythe379@cs.com

Spouse (3)

Maxwell Caulfield (2 December 1980 - present)
Michael Milan Miklenda (18 October 1975 - 1 December 1980) (divorced) (1 child)
Russell Alquist Jr. (14 October 1961 - 1975) (divorced) (1 child)

Trivia (16)

Goddaughter of Vivien Leigh
Older sister of Hayley Mills and Jonathan Mills.
Daughter of playwright Mary Hayley Bell and Sir John Mills.
Mother of Sean and Melissa Caulfield
There is an eighteen year age difference between Mills and her husband Maxwell Caulfield, who was born in 1959.
Her son-in-law is aspiring actor David Tuchman.
Godfather was Sir Noël Coward.
Was nominated for Broadway's 1960 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Dramatic) for "Five Finger Exercise."
Niece of Annette Mills.
Aunt of Crispian Mills.
In 1971, she accepted the Oscar for "Best Actress in a Leading Role" on behalf of Glenda Jackson, who wasn't present at the awards ceremony.
Her first movie role was In Which We Serve (1942), released in 1942. It was written by, and starred, her godfather, Sir Noël Coward and she played the infant son of "Shorty", played by her father, John Mills.
She and her sister Hayley attended Elmhurst Ballet School.
First husband Russell penned the 1964 hit song "A Little Loving" for British pop band The Fourmost.
She played the niece of her real life father John Mills in Nanny and the Professor: The Human Fly (1971).

Salary (1)

Carry on Jack (1964) £4,500

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