Birthplace: London, England
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Executive summary: The Rare Breed
Younger viewers know Juliet Mills as the mischievous witch Tabitha Lenox on the supernatural soap opera Passions, while older viewers remember her in a very short skirt as Phoebe Figalilly, the nanny on the insipid 1970s sitcom Nanny and the Professor, opposite Richard Long.
She is the daughter of actor John Mills and author Mary Hayley Bell, and sister of Disney girl Hayley Mills. Her godparents were Noel Coward and Vivien Leigh. Mills appeared in several of her father's films as a child, and made her film debut sans Daddy when she was 20, in No My Darling Daughter.
She went skinny-dipping with Jack Lemmon in Avanti, and played Maureen O'Hara's daughter in The Rare Breed. On Broadway, she starred with Terence Stamp in the original production of Alfie, which bombed, closing after just three weeks.
Like her character on Passions, Mills says she believes in magic, psychics, guardian angels, the spirit of life, and reincarnation. She has appeared on James Van Praagh's Beyond, and says she has received posthumous communications from actors Josh Ryan Evans and Laurence Olivier.
Father: John Mills (actor)
Mother: Mary Hayley Bell (author, b. 1911)
Sister: Hayley Mills (actress)
Husband: Russell Alquist (m. 1960, div., one child)
Husband: Michael Miklenda (div. 1980, one daughter)
Husband: Maxwell Caulfield (actor, m. 1980)
Son: Sean Caulfield
Daughter: Melissa Caulfield Tuchman (b. 1979)
Emmy 1975 for QB VII (miniseries)
Nanny and the Professor Phoebe Figalilly (Nanny, 1970-71)
Passions Tabitha Lenox (1999-)
FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
The Other Sister (26-Feb-1999)
Waxwork II: Lost in Time (16-Jun-1992) · The Defense Lawyer
The Cracker Factory (16-Mar-1979)
Alexander: The Other Side of Dawn (16-May-1977)
Once an Eagle (2-Dec-1976)
Beyond the Door (31-Jul-1975)
Jonathan Livingston Seagull (23-Oct-1973) · Girl [VOICE]
Letters from Three Lovers (3-Oct-1973)
Oh! What a Lovely War (10-Mar-1969)
The Rare Breed (2-Feb-1966) · Hilary
Carry On Jack (19-Oct-1964)
Carry On, Nurse on Wheels (Jan-1963)
Twice Round the Daffodils (3-Apr-1962)
No, My Darling Daughter (22-Aug-1961)
The History of Mr. Polly (1949)
The October Man (28-Aug-1947) · Child
So Well Remembered (8-Jul-1947)
In Which We Serve (17-Sep-1942)
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