Mimi Rogers is a Actor and Producer American born on 27 january 1956 at Coral Gables (USA)
If you like this person, let us know!
Birth name Miriam SpicklerNationality USABirth 27 january 1956Miriam "Mimi" Rogers (née Spickler; born January 27, 1956) is an American film and television actress, producer and competitive poker player. Her notable film roles include Gung Ho (1986), Someone to Watch Over Me (1987), and Desperate Hours (1990). She garnered the greatest acclaim of her career for her role in the religious drama, The Rapture (1991), with critic Robin Wood applauding that she "gave one of the greatest performances in the history of the Hollywood cinema." Rogers has since appeared in Reflections on a Crime (1994), The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996), Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997), Lost in Space (1998), Ginger Snaps (2000), The Door in the Floor (2004), and For a Good Time, Call... (2012). Her extensive work in television includes Paper Dolls (1984), Weapons of Mass Distraction (1997), The Loop (2006–2007), and recurring roles on The X-Files (1998–1999), Two and a Half Men (2011–2015), Wilfred (2014) and Mad Men (2015).
(67 years) at Coral Gables (USA
She has been married three times. She married Jim Rogers in 1977, adopting his surname. They divorced in 1980. On May 9, 1987, Rogers married actor Tom Cruise. They separated in 1989; their divorce was finalized in February 1990.
In an interview with Playboy in 1993, Rogers discussed her split from Cruise and likened her ex-husband to a "monk" when discussing intimacy issues. Rogers later retracted the comments and claimed she had been misinterpreted.
In 1990, Rogers began living with Chris Ciaffa. They have two children. The couple married in 2003.
Rogers has made campaign contributions to the Democratic Party.
Rogers' father became interested in Dianetics in 1952 and would later become a prominent Mission Holder with the Church of Scientology and friend of founder, L. Ron Hubbard. Rogers also reportedly became a highly trained auditor with the church. Prior to her acting career, she opened a "field auditing" practice, the Enhancement Center with her first husband, Jim Rogers. She was a church auditor for Sonny Bono. Tom Cruise was also a client before being directed towards a Celebrity Centre.
In an interview given to the Los Angeles Times in 1991, she spoke about Scientology; "that philosophy was simply part of my upbringing. And, I think it was an excellent system of belief to grow up with because Scientology offers an extremely pragmatic method for taking spiritual concerns and breaking them down into everyday applications."
Rogers has left the Church of Scientology – she had been described in recent media reports as a "former" member of the church.
Cruise biographer Andrew Morton alleged that Mimi's father had been declared a Suppressive Person after leaving the church in the early 1980s during a cull of Mission Holders.
A 2012 article in Vanity Fair alleged that Rogers held an unfavorable view of the church's controversial leader, David Miscavige. In Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, and the Prison of Belief, published in 2013, author Lawrence Wright alleged that Miscavige had pushed Rogers from her marriage with Tom Cruise so the latter could pursue Nicole Kidman.