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Yvette Mimieux is a Actor and Scriptwriter American born on 8 january 1942 at Los Angeles (USA)

Yvette Mimieux

Yvette Mimieux
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Birth name Yvette Carmen Mimieux
Nationality USA
Birth 8 january 1942 (77 years) at Los Angeles (USA)

Yvette Mimieux (born January 8, 1942) is a retired American movie and television actress.

Biography

Mimieux retired from acting in 1992. She is an anthropologist, a real estate investor and yoga devotee. She was married to film director Stanley Donen from 1972 until their divorce in 1985. In 1986 Mimieux married Howard F. Ruby, chairman and founder of Oakwood Worldwide. She has no children.

Best films

The Black Hole (1979)
(Actress)
The Time Machine (1960)
(Actress)

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Filmography of Yvette Mimieux (34 films)

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Actress

The Black Hole, 1h38
Directed by Gary Nelson
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Action, Adventure
Themes Space adventure films, Psychologie, Dans l'espace, Films set in the future, Space opera, Children's films, Robot films, Lobotomie
Actors Maximilian Schell, Anthony Perkins, Robert Forster, Joseph Bottoms, Yvette Mimieux, Ernest Borgnine
Roles Dr. Kate McCrae
Rating59% 2.9501552.9501552.9501552.9501552.950155
Nearing the end of a long mission exploring deep space, the spacecraft USS Palomino is returning to Earth. The crew consists of Captain Dan Holland, First Officer Lieutenant Charlie Pizer, journalist Harry Booth, ESP-sensitive scientist Dr. Kate McCrae, the expedition's civilian leader Dr. Alex Durant and the robot V.I.N.CENT ("Vital Information Necessary CENTralized").
Devil Dog: The Hound of Hell, 1h35
Directed by Curtis Harrington
Origin USA
Genres Horror
Themes Films about animals, Natural horror films
Actors Richard Crenna, Yvette Mimieux, Kim Richards, Ike Eisenmann, Victor Jory, Ken Kercheval
Roles Betty Barry
Rating52% 2.608212.608212.608212.608212.60821
The Barry family acquire a new puppy after their old one dies in an accident. They buy the puppy from a seemingly friendly fruit vendor who is actually a satanist who bred the dog during an evil ceremony, causing it to be possessed. They sell the dog to wreak havoc in the hope Satan will overcome good once and for all. The dog acts very strangely when they bring it home, leading the father and the family maid to believe there is something wrong with the dog. The dad believes so after the maid is killed in a fire while she was watching the dog, and the dad being forced to stick his arm into a lawnmower while the dog is present. The father barely avoids having his arm chopped off and soon, the dog begins to exhibit mental control that allows him to kill, injure, or control many victims. Eventually, the family's souls are possessed by the hound causing them to act strangly, including the son framing a student by stealing a watch and planting it in a classmate's locker, allowing him to win the student election. Dad decides the dog has overstayed his welcome when he finds a secret shrine to Satan in the attic. Dad tries to shoot the demonic beast to put an end to the hardships, but it is unharmed.
Snowbeast
Snowbeast (1977)
, 1h26
Origin USA
Genres Horror
Themes Films about animals, Natural horror films
Actors Bo Svenson, Yvette Mimieux, Robert Logan, Clint Walker, Sylvia Sidney, Annie McEnroe
Roles Ellen Seberg
Rating48% 2.407262.407262.407262.407262.40726
Former 1968 Winter Olympics gold medal ski champion (Bo Svenson) Gar Seberg and his wife Ellen, a television presenter (Yvette Mimieux), return to his home, a ski resort in the Colorado Rockies where the faded star seeks a job using his skiing skills. As the Sebergs arrive, the town's annual winter carnival is spoiled by the disappearances of a series of vacationers, later revealed to have been brutally killed by an unknown animal. There are eyewitness accounts that the culprit is a Yeti or Sasquatch, which are met with ridicule. The owner of the ski resort (Sylvia Sidney) declares that there is no such being, because she doesn't want to lose her business, and she arranges for her grandson Tony (Robert Logan) to keep the disappearances a secret. The local sheriff (Clint Walker) spreads the story that there is a lone savage bear on the loose. Tony gives Gar a job with the ski resort and confides in him about the monster. Gar's first job is to stalk and kill it. Gar keeps an open mind due to his wife's former work on a documentary about Sasquatch sightings, but is reluctant to kill it, feeling that it would be murder. He changes his mind when the monster comes to town and not only panics the population but kills the mother of the Snow Carnival Queen.
Jackson County Jail, 1h25
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Crime
Themes Prison films, Films about sexuality, Rape in fiction, Erotic films, Sexploitation films, Women in prison films
Actors Yvette Mimieux, Tommy Lee Jones, Mary Woronov, Howard Hesseman, Nan Martin, Robert Carradine
Roles Dinah Hunter
Rating60% 3.048643.048643.048643.048643.04864
Dinah Hunter (Mimieux) works for a Los Angeles advertising agency and has been involved in a two-year romantic relationship. After she catches the man being unfaithful to her, Dinah quits her job and drives to New York for a fresh start.
Journey Into Fear, 1h40
Directed by Daniel Mann
Origin Canada
Genres Thriller
Themes Spy films
Actors Sam Waterston, Zero Mostel, Yvette Mimieux, Ian McShane, Joseph Wiseman, Shelley Winters
Roles Josette
Rating55% 2.7851952.7851952.7851952.7851952.785195
U.S geologist Graham (Sam Waterston) discovers a rich oil deposit in the mountains of Turkey that creates a dangerous conflict between Turks and Arabs interests.
Hit Lady
Hit Lady (1974)

Directed by Tracy Keenan Wynn
Origin USA
Actors Yvette Mimieux

An artist works part-time as a syndicate assassin.
The Neptune Factor, 1h38
Directed by Daniel Petrie
Origin Canada
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Action, Adventure
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films, Underwater action films, Submarine films
Actors Ben Gazzara, Yvette Mimieux, Walter Pidgeon, Ernest Borgnine, Donnelly Rhodes, Chris Wiggins
Roles Dr. Leah Jansen
Rating46% 2.31342.31342.31342.31342.3134
Marine scientists prepare to leave their underwater Oceanlab after an extended stay performing oceanographic research. An underwater earthquake interrupts their plans. Dr. Andrews (Walter Pidgeon) enlists experimental sub captain Adrien Blake (Ben Gazzara) to survey the damage and rescue the oceanauts. He brings along Chief Diver "Mack" MacKay (Ernest Borgnine) and Dr. Leah Jansen (Yvette Mimieux), fiancée of one of the scientists. Blake finds the lab has been ripped from its moorings and has tumbled down an unexplored, deep ocean trench, presumably intact. With the lab's reserve air supply dwindling, the team descends into the unexplored trench and finds an incredible ecosystem populated with monstrously over-sized fish. After surviving encounters with unfriendly denizens, they find the lab partially intact, the surviving scientists breathing from scuba tanks, and fending off giant, hungry eels. All but one of the scientists are rescued, and the submarine returns to the surface.
Skyjacked
Skyjacked (1972)
, 1h41
Directed by John Guillermin
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Disaster, Action, Adventure
Themes La fin du monde, Films about terrorism, Transport films, Aviation films, Dans un avion, Disaster films, American disaster films, Films about aviation accidents or incidents, Films about hijackings
Actors Charlton Heston, Yvette Mimieux, James Brolin, Claude Akins, Jeanne Crain, Walter Pidgeon
Roles Angela Thacher
Rating56% 2.808312.808312.808312.808312.80831
During a routine flight to Minneapolis, a passenger (Susan Dey) aboard Global Airways Flight 502, a Boeing 707, discovers a bomb threat written on the mirror of one of the first-class bathrooms. A second threat is soon found left on a napkin in a galley. Captain Hank O'Hara (Charlton Heston) takes the cryptic threats seriously and follows the instructions -- "Bomb on plane divert to Anchorage Alaska. No Joke, No Tricks. Death"—by changing course for Alaska. To avoid an explosive decompression if a bomb goes off, he flies at lower altitude, increasing fuel consumption.
Black Noon
Black Noon (1971)
, 1h14
Directed by Bernard L. Kowalski
Origin USA
Genres Horror, Crime
Actors Roy Thinnes, Yvette Mimieux, Ray Milland, Gloria Grahame

When Reverend John Keyes (Roy Thinnes) and his wife Lorna (Lynn Loring) arrive in a western town, they find that there is mysterious force causing bad luck to plague the settlers. Once the Reverend is able to get the recalcitrant residents to speak about the ongoing troubles, he finds his spiritual leadership is being challenged by a cult of devil worshippers who practice voodoo, and have to get to the heart of a strange relationship between a mute young girl and a gunslinger who seem possessed by Satanic spirits.
The Delta Factor, 1h31
Directed by Tay Garnett
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Adventure
Actors Christopher George, Yvette Mimieux, Yvonne De Carlo, Ted de Corsia, Diane McBain, Ralph Taeger
Roles Kim Stacy
Rating41% 2.073132.073132.073132.073132.07313
A glamorous CIA agent, Kim Stacy, gets a new assignment. She is to work with a man named Morgan, a convict serving time for the theft of $40 million that was never recovered.