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Mimi Rogers has had a vibrant and eclectic career acting in over 50 films and on television, as well as producing movies and TV projects.
Under her Millbrook Farm Productions banner, she has starred in and executive-produced the cable telefilms My Horrible Year (directed by Eric Stoltz), Charms for the Easy Life (directed by Joan Micklin Silver), Tricks (directed by Kenneth Fink), and The Devil’s Arithmetic (directed by Donna Deitch), which won two Daytime Emmy Awards, for Outstanding Directing and Outstanding Writing in a Children’s Special. She also executive-produced Harlan County War (directed by Tony Bill).
Ms. Rogers’ performance in Michael Tolkin’s The Rapture earned her an Independent Spirit Award nomination. Her many other films include Ridley Scott’s Someone to Watch Over Me, Oliver Stone’s The Doors, Barbra Streisand’s The Mirror Has Two Faces (which also starred fellow The Door in the Floor actor Jeff Bridges), Stephen Hopkins’ Lost in Space, and Jay Roach’s Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery.
On television, she has made notable guest appearances on such popular series as The X-Files, The Larry Sanders Show, Dream On, and Hill Street Blues.