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Juliet Mills
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Mills in 1974
Juliet Maryon Mills

(1941-11-21) 21 November 1941 (age 82)
London, England
CitizenshipUnited Kingdom (1941–present)
United States
Education Elmhurst Ballet School
Years active1942–present
Russell Alquist Jr.
(m. 1961;div. 1974)
Michael Miklenda
(m. 1975;div. 1980)
(m. 1980)
Parent(s)Sir John Mills
Mary Hayley Bell
Relatives Hayley Mills (sister)
Annette Mills (aunt)
Mark Weedon (cousin)
Crispian Mills (nephew)
Awards Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie
1975 QB VII

Juliet Maryon Mills (born 21 November 1941) [1] is a British-American actress. [2]


Mills began her career as a child actress and was nominated at age 18 for a Tony Award for her stage performance in Five Finger Exercise in 1960. She progressed to film work and then to television, playing the lead role on the sitcom Nanny and the Professor in the early 1970s. She received Golden Globe Award nominations for her work in this series and for her role in the film Avanti! in 1972. She won an Emmy Award for her performance in the television miniseries QB VII (1974).

In 1983, Mills joined The Mirror Theater Ltd's Mirror Repertory Company, performing in repertory productions such as Rain, Paradise Lost, Inheritors and The Hasty Heart throughout their seasons. [3] From 1999 until 2008, she had a role on the daytime drama series Passions , [4] for which she was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award.

Early life

Mills was born on 21 November 1941 in London during World War II, though her parents, actor Sir John Mills and playwright Mary Hayley Bell, soon moved the family to the country to be away from the Luftwaffe bombing raids. She is the elder sister of actress Hayley Mills and director Jonathan Mills. [5]

Because of her parents' careers, Mills grew up surrounded by famous actors, including Rex Harrison, David Niven and Marlon Brando. She recalled her childhood in the 2000 documentary film Sir John Mills' Moving Memories , written by her brother. Her godmother was actress Vivien Leigh, and her godfather was playwright Noël Coward. [6] She attended the Elmhurst Ballet School, in Camberley, Surrey. [7]


As a child, Mills appeared as an extra in various films, including a role as Freda's 11-week-old baby in the 1942 film In Which We Serve , starring her father. [7] [8] Her first major role came in 1958, when she was 16, as Pamela Harrington in the Peter Shaffer play Five Finger Exercise . The show ran one year in London, and then moved to the Music Box Theatre on Broadway. In 1960, Mills was nominated for a Tony Award as "Best Featured Actress" for her performance as Pamela.

Her role as a stowaway dressed as a man, but daughter of a ship's gunner, in episode 2 of Sir Francis Drake was one of her first TV appearances (1961) and was echoed by an almost identical role in the 1964 film Carry On Jack . [9]

Publicity photo of Mills promoting the January 21, 1970 premiere of the television series Nanny and the Professor. Nanny and the Professor Juliet Mills 1970.jpg
Publicity photo of Mills promoting the January 21, 1970 premiere of the television series Nanny and the Professor .

In the 1960s, she would act both in films and on television, including the film, The Rare Breed with James Stewart and Maureen O'Hara, and on television series such as The Man from U.N.C.L.E. , Ben Casey and 12 O'Clock High . The 1970s saw her working mostly in television, although she has stated that the highlight of her film career was the film Avanti! (1972), directed by Billy Wilder, in which she starred with Jack Lemmon and for which she received a Golden Globe Award nomination in 1973. [10] In 1974 Mills starred alongside fellow English actor Richard Johnson in the Italian horror film Beyond the Door , playing the role of Jessica Barrett, a woman who becomes demonically possessed after an unplanned pregnancy. The movie was a major success, making over $15 million at the box office, though the producers were sued by Warner Bros due to similarities to The Exorcist . Mills also appeared in a two-part 1978 episode of the TV series The Love Boat , playing Barbara Danver, wife of Alan Danver, played by Dan Rowan, one half of the comedy duo Rowan & Martin.

She is perhaps best known for starring on the American television series Nanny and the Professor , which was called an American version of Mary Poppins . [6] She played Phoebe Figalilly, a nanny with magical powers. Mills has stated that she herself believes in magic, witches and fairies: "There's a lot more, you know, in the aether and around us ... We have guides, and we have angels taking care of us ... I believe in metaphysics, in a big way." [4] She was again nominated for a Golden Globe Award in 1971 for the same role. Despite strong ratings, the series ran only two seasons, in 1970 and 1971. When it moved from a timeslot near The Partridge Family and The Brady Bunch , two hugely successful sitcoms, to a different night of the week, ratings fell eventually leading to its cancellation. [6]

In 1974, she won an Emmy Award for "Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Drama Special" for her performance in the miniseries adaptation of QB VII . During the 1974–75 television season, she also had a recurring role as Dr. Claire Hanley on NBC's Born Free . In 1980, Mills returned to the stage, starring in The Elephant Man , with Maxwell Caulfield. The two actors hit it off, and the younger Caulfield became her third husband, leading Mills to withdraw from acting for a time.

She was the subject of This Is Your Life in 1992, when she was surprised by Michael Aspel during the curtain call of the play Fallen Angels at the Richmond Theatre.[ citation needed ]

In 1999, she was cast on the daytime drama Passions as Tabitha Lenox, a witch who was burned at the stake in the 17th century. Initially, the character wished harm on other people, but in a June 2007 episode, the character was declared a "good witch". [11] Mills was nominated for her first Daytime Emmy Award for "Outstanding Lead Actress" for the role. [6]

The series ended in August 2008. In 2009, Mills joined the cast the ITV drama Wild at Heart , playing Georgina, the sister of a character played in the previous series by her real-life sister Hayley. She also guest-starred in two episodes of Hot in Cleveland as Philipa Scroggs, the mother of Joy (played by Jane Leeves).

Personal life

Mills in 2004 Juliet Mills cropped.jpg
Mills in 2004

Mills has been married three times. The first time was from 1961 to 1964, to Russell Alquist, Jr., [5] with whom she had a son, Sean. Her second marriage was from 1975 to 1980 to Michael Miklenda, with whom she had a second child, a daughter, Melissa. While married to Miklenda, Mills appeared on Tattletales , and claimed she did not agree with women's liberation because the theatre does not discriminate.

In 1980, Mills married Maxwell Caulfield, 18 years her junior. Mills said of the age difference, "Everybody is always interested in the fact that I am married to someone who is a lot younger than I am ... There are no rules, and that's what I believe, because age doesn't really matter. If you meet someone that you're really close to, someone that you love, stick with that." [4]

Mills became a naturalised United States citizen on 10 October 1975. [12]

Theatre credits

1955Alice Through the Looking Glass Alice Chelsea Palace Theatre
1958 Five Finger Exercise Pamela Harrington Comedy Theatre Nominated- Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play
1960 Peter Pan Wendy Darling Scala Theatre
1962The Glad and Sorry SeasonKitty Piccadilly Theatre
1963 A Midsummer Night's Dream Titania Royal Shakespeare Company
1964The Knack ...and How to Get It
1964–65 Alfie! Gilda Morosco Theatre
1966 Lady Windermere's Fan Phoenix Theatre
1969 She Stoops to Conquer Kate Hardcastle Garrick Theatre
1976 The Mousetrap U.S. tour
1979 Wait Until Dark Susy Hendrix Alcazar Theatre
1980 The Elephant Man Fanny Kemble Royal Poinsiana Playhouse
The Heiress Catherine Sloper Nottingham Playhouse
1983Rain The Mirror Theater
1983–84 Paradise Lost Pearl Gordon
1985The Hasty Heart
1991 Dangerous Obsession Sally DriscollCape Cod Playhouse
1992–93 Fallen Angels UK Tour
1995 The Cherry Orchard Canadian tour
The Moliere Comedies
Time of My Life Laura Stratton Williamstown Theatre Festival
1996 It Could Be Any One of Us Jocelyn PolegateThe Old Laundry Theatre, Bowness-on-Windermere
1997 Blithe Spirit Ruth Lauren K. Woods Theatre
1998 Dial M for Murder Cape Cod Playhouse
1999Double DoublePhilippaUK Tour
2010 Bedroom Farce DeliaUK Tour [13]
2015 Legends! Sylvia GlennAustralian Tour [14]
2019 The Lady Vanishes Miss FroyUK Tour [15]
2022Darker ShoresMrs HinchcliffeUK Tour [16]



1942 In Which We Serve Freda's Baby
1944 Tawny Pipit Baby Girl
1947 So Well Remembered Young Julie
The October Man Child on Bus
1949 The History of Mr. Polly Little Polly
1961 No My Darling Daughter Tansy Carr
1962 Twice Round the Daffodils Catty
1963 Nurse on Wheels Joanna Jones
1964 Carry On Jack Sally
1966 The Rare Breed Hilary Price
The Wrong Box Woman on TrainUncredited
1969 Oh! What a Lovely War Nurse
1972 Avanti! Pamela PiggottNominated- Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical
1973 Jonathan Livingston Seagull MarinaVoice
1974 Beyond the Door Jessica Barrett
1976The Second PowerEstefanía
1992 Waxwork II: Lost in Time The Defense Lawyer
1994 The Primevals Claire CollierPhotographed in 1994. Completed and released 2023.
1999 The Other Sister Winnie
2014 Lucky Stiff Miss Thorsby
Some Kind of Beautiful Joan
2018 Running for Grace Grandmother
20237000 MilesSharon
Metalocalypse: Army of the Doomstar WhaleVoice
Poolman Mrs. Van Patterson
TBCEmbryoJessica BarrettSequel to Beyond the Door


1960 Mrs. Miniver Carol BeldonTV film
1962ITV Television PlayhouseCarolEpisode: "The Morning After"
Man of the World CarlaEpisode: "The Mindreader"
1963It Happened Like ThisJoanEpisode: "Three of a Kind"
1965 The Man from U.N.C.L.E. EvaEpisode: "The Adriatic Express Affair"
1966 Ben Casey Joan LloydEpisode: "Pull the Wool Over Your Eyes, Here Comes the Cold Wind of Truth"
A Man Called Shenandoah PaulaEpisode: "The Imposter"
12 O'Clock High Sydney VivyanEpisode: "The Slaughter Pen"
12 O'Clock High Helen ConboyEpisode: "Siren Voices"
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre Mary LewisEpisode: "Time of Flight"
1967Wings of FireLisaTV film
The Revenue Men Jill LaceyEpisode: "Borderline"
Coronet Blue Margaret CrowellEpisode: "Man Running"
1968 Sherlock Holmes Grace DunbarEpisode: "Thor Bridge"
1969 The Morecambe & Wise Show Guest StarHer father, Sir John Mills, guest starred in a later series.
1970The ChallengersMary McCabeTV film
1970–1971 Nanny and the Professor Phoebe FigalillyLead role (54 episodes)

Nominated- Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy
Nominated- Bravo Otto for Best Female TV Star

1971 Alias Smith and Jones Julia FinneyEpisode: "The Man Who Murdered Himself"
Stage 2 Kate HardcastleEpisode: "She Stoops to Conquer"
1973 Letters from Three Lovers MaggieTV film
The ABC Afternoon Playbreak Susan MoroniEpisode: "Alone with Terror"
1974 QB VII Samantha CadyMiniseries

Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series
or Movie

Born Free Dr. Claire HanleyEpisodes: "Pilot", "The Flying Doctor of Kenya"
Harry O Margaret BallingerEpisode: "Ballinger's Choice"
Rex Harrison Presents Stories of LoveUsheretteEpisode: "Kiss Me Again, Stranger" (Pilot-TV film)
1975 Marcus Welby, M.D. Louise CarpenterEpisode: "Public Secrets"
Hawaii Five-O Lady Sybil DanbyEpisode: "Termination with Extreme Prejudice"
The Wide World of MysteryIsobelEpisode: "Demon, Demon"
Matt Helm Caroline JeffriesEpisode: "Death Rods"
1976 Ellery Queen Florence AmesEpisode: "The Adventure of the Hardhearted Huckster"
Once an Eagle JoyceMiniseries
1977 Alexander: The Other Side of Dawn MyraTV film
Wonder Woman Queen KathrynEpisode: "The Queen and the Thief"
Barnaby and Me JenniferTV film
1978 Switch Alicia AldenEpisode: "Coronado Circle"
Police Woman Amy HollisEpisode: "Sixth Sense"
1978–84 Fantasy Island Various4 episodes
The Love Boat 8 episodes
1979 The Cracker Factory TinkerbellTV film
1980 Hart to Hart Kate MatthewsEpisode: "Downhill to Death"
1984 Dynasty Rosalind BedfordEpisodes: "The Secret", "That Holiday Spirit"
1985 All My Children Judge Edith HoganTV series
1985 Hotel Grace CauldwellEpisode: "Fallen Idols"
1987 Murder, She Wrote Annette PirageEpisode: "Witness for the Defense"
1987 Hotel Joanne BentleyEpisode: "Pitfalls"
1988 The Law & Harry McGraw Isobel McKechnieEpisode: "Maginnis for the People"
1989 Judith Krantz's Till We Meet Again Vivianne de BironMiniseries
1990 Monsters Cara RaymondEpisode: "Outpost"
1992 Columbo Eileen HackerEpisode: "No Time to Die"
1993A Stranger in the MirrorAlice TannerTV film
1998 Air America Helen VendlerEpisode: "The Hit"
1999–2008 Passions Tabitha Lenox Main role (990 episodes)

Nominated- Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a
Drama Series

Nominated- Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress
Nominated- Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Villain

2009 Wild at Heart GeorginaRecurring role (8 episodes)
2008–2009Four SeasonsLady Florence CombeMiniseries
2010–2015 Hot in Cleveland Philipa4 episodes
2014 From Here on OUT Dottie CooperRegular (6 episodes)
2017 Time After Time Mrs. NelsenEpisode: "Pilot"
2017 Jeff & Some Aliens JessicaVoice; Episode: "Jeff & Some Love Simulations"
2017 Andi Mack MillieEpisode: "Mama"
2021TV TherapyNannyEpisode: "Nanny"
2022English EstateMaryTV film
2022 Big Mouth Rita St. SwithensVoice; Episode: "Vagina Shame"
2023 Grey's Anatomy Maxine Anderson5 episodes
2023 Human Resources Rita St. SwithensVoice; Episode: "On the Daughterfront"
2024 Ark: The Animated Series ChavaVoice role [17]


1974–75 Match Game 74 Herself (celebrity panelist)Multiple episodes [18] [19]
1987 Valley of the Dolls NarratorAudiobook recording by Phoenix Books

Awards and nominations

YearAssociationCategoryNominated workResult
1958 Tony Awards Best Featured Actress in a Play Five Finger ExerciseNominated
1971 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Nanny and the ProfessorNominated
1973 Best Motion Picture Actress – Musical/Comedy Avanti!Nominated
1975 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Drama Special QB VIIWon
2000 Soap Opera Digest Awards Outstanding VillainPassionsNominated
2001Outstanding VillainessNominated
2003Outstanding Supporting ActressNominated
2004 TV Land Awards Superlatively SupernaturalNanny and the ProfessorNominated
2005 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series PassionsNominated

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