Mimi Rogers
American actress and competitive poker player
Mimi Rogers
Miriam "Mimi" Rogers is an American film and television actress, producer and competitive poker player. She is perhaps best known as the first wife of Tom Cruise (1987-1990). Her notable film roles include Gung Ho (1986) Someone to Watch Over Me (1987), and Desperate Hours (1990).
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Eight Holiday TV Movies That Should Air in 2016
Huffington Post - about 1 year
When December's shopping and baking are done and it's time to relax over cookies and TV, we usually turn to feature films like Elf or A Christmas Carol. We might even look for I Love Lucy or Honeymooners Yuletide episodes or check out the newest holiday specials. But television has been producing its own seasonal movies, hundreds of them, ever since the small screen was actually small. They run the gamut from brilliant to awful, but even some of the trashiest can be as sweet and comforting as cocoa on the first chilly night of the year. The problem is that so many new films materialize each year while older ones tend to disappear quickly. And unlike movies released in theaters, too few resurface on DVD, Hulu or Netflix. So I'm starting next year's Christmas list early. Here are eight holiday TV movies, in no special order, that I've enjoyed in the past and hope to see once more. They're only the first to occur to me, so I'm likely to make additional requests in the future. And ...
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Short Redhead Reel Reviews for the week of May 15
Hometown Source - almost 2 years
by Wendy Schadewald Special to Sun Thisweek-Dakota County Tribune Rating system:  (4=Don’t miss, 3=Good, 2=Worth a look, 1=Forget it) www.shortredheadreelreviews.com For more reviews, click here. “Far from the Madding Crowd” (PG-13) (3.5) [Some sexuality and violence.] — Gorgeous cinematography highlights this captivating, well-acted, romantic, 2-hour, remake of the 1967 film based on Thomas Hardy’s 1874 classic novel in which a beautiful, headstrong, fiercely independent British woman (Carey Mulligan) in Dorset, England, is being sought after by three smitten suitors in 1870, including a charismatic sheep farmer (Matthias Schoenaerts), a handsome sergeant (Tom Sturridge), and a wealthy landowner (Michael Sheen). “In Between Days” (NR) (2.5) [DVD only] — When a lonely, confused Korean high school student (Jiseon Kim) moves with her hardworking mom (Bokja Kim) to Canada in the dead of winter in this heartfelt So Yong Kim film, she struggles to fit in with her Toronto classmate ...
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Paramount acquires distribution rights of ‘Captive’
Indian Television - almost 2 years
MUMBAI: Paramount Pictures has secured the worldwide distribution rights to Captive, starring David Oyelowo and Kate Mara. The studio will release the film on 18 September, 2015.   Directed by veteran filmmaker Jerry Jameson, the film is based on the book Unlikely Angel: The Untold Story of the Atlanta Hostage Hero by Ashley Smith with Stacy Mattingly. The film’s screenplay is by Brian Bird.   Oyelowo said, “I was drawn to this story because it beautifully illustrates how a broken spirit can be healed by an unexpected source of hope. I feel blessed to be continuing my very fruitful relationship with Paramount.”   Also starring Michael K Williams, Mimi Rogers, Jessica Oyelowo and Leonor Varela, the film was produced by Terry Botwick, Jerry Jameson, David Oyelowo and Ken Wales in addition to BN Films' Alex Garcia, Lucas Akoskin and Katrina Wolfe. The executive producers are Santiago Garcia Galvan, BN's Jonathan Gray, Elliott Lester, Ralph Winter and Bird. BN fully fi ...
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Why I'm Over 50 And Not Going To Take It Anymore
Huffington Post - over 3 years
When was the last time you saw a group of mid-life women dining out at a restaurant? Maybe they were at the table right next to you, but you never noticed them. If a woman in Los Angeles is single and over 50 the message the city gives her, both personally and professionally is, "Get out of town." As a woman in my 50s, walking down a city street, I feel invisible to almost any man walking past me. I've been that unseen woman over and over again. Friends have echoed this experience to me as well. Single? No one wants to date a midlife woman either. Check the world of Internet dating, where most men, no matter what their age, list themselves as only interested in women up to 44 years old. A friend turned 46 and wanted to try online dating. I told her the age range factoid and instructed her to, "Pick an age from 40 to 44. Then just do the math when they ask questions about your childhood." Photo: ©Catherine Leach Even though he doesn't realize it, deep down in his lizard brain, when ...
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Scientology Led To The Breakdown Of Tom Cruise's Marriages, Says Former Church Official
Huffington Post - over 4 years
If you date or marry Tom Cruise, you are effectively entering into a polygamist relationship with the actor and with David Miscavige, the leader of the Church of Scientology, according to a new report in Vanity Fair's October issue. It may not be a polygamist relationship in the literal sense, but Cruise's romantic contenders must also be approved by Miscavige, who is the actor's best friend. This odd love triangle is responsible for the breakdown of the 50-year-old actor's three marriages and other relationships, according to knowledgeable sources and former high-ranking Scientology officials. "It's not like you only have to please your husband -- you have to toe the line for all of Scientology," says Marc Headley, a former church member and executive producer of Golden Era Productions, the church's in-house studio. Marty Rathbun, the former Inspector General of the church's Religious Technology Center who left the organization in 2004 and is now its most vocal de ...
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Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes wrap up speedy divorce
The Express Tribune Blogs - over 4 years
LOS ANGELES: Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise and actress Katie Holmes settled their divorce on Monday, taking less than two weeks to end a nearly six-year marriage that captivated the world and prompted questions about raising their daughter in the Church of Scientology. Mission: Impossible star Cruise, 50, married Holmes, 33, who first gained fame on television drama Dawson’s Creek, in a glamorous wedding in an Italian castle in November 2006. Suri was born about six months earlier. The couple and their young daughter became a favorite of celebrity magazines and seemed happy until late last month when Holmes filed for a divorce in New York. Her move surprised fans and even Cruise, who was in Iceland shooting a movie. Since then, the media have speculated that the pair differed on raising 6-year-old Suri as a Scientologist, although neither they nor their attorneys would comment on the matter. “The case has been settled and the agreement has be ...
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Tom Cruise-Katie Holmes divorce case has many unknowns
LATimes - over 4 years
For all the heavy media attention that has surrounded the Katie Holmes-Tom Cruise divorce over the last week, few solid details have emerged about the case itself. And legal experts said it could take some time for more information to emerge. Holmes filed for divorce in New York, and some legal experts said it would make sense for Cruise to file his own case in California, which is the couple's main residence. But so far, that appears not to have happened. Both sides have said little publicly about the split and whether any private negotiations are ongoing. Last week, one of Holmes' attorneys released a statement saying she has no plans to seek any type of emergency custody arrangement or spousal support. One of Cruise's attorneys, Bert Fields, told the BBC that Cruise is considering his own legal moves but was not specific. A source familiar with the divorce proceeding said Holmes is hoping to avoid a public fight and is not going to fight over money but is concerned about h ...
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Tom Cruise-Katie Holmes divorce case still in early stages
LATimes - over 4 years
Attorneys for Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise have said the divorce case involving the two movie stars is still in its early stages. Earlier this week, one of Holmes' attorneys released a statement saying she has no plans to seek any type of emergency custody arrangement or spousal support. One of Cruise's attorneys, Bert Fields, told the BBC that Cruise is considering his own legal moves. Holmes filed for the divorce in New York. Fields said Cruise would also file papers, adding: "Tactically we can't say where Tom will file a divorce case." A source familiar with the divorce proceeding said Holmes is hoping to avoid a public fight and is not going to fight over money but is concerned about how the couple's 6-year-daughter Suri is raised. The source, who talked to The Times on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak on the case, said Scientology and what role it would play in the upbringing of the couple's daughter, Suri, was a key factor in the split. C ...
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Katie Holmes wants Tom Cruise divorce details kept private
LATimes - over 4 years
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes appear for now to be attempting to keep the details of their divorce private, despite the heavy media attention the case is receiving. Holmes filed for divorce in New York. Her attorney stressed in a statement Thursday that Holmes does not want details of the case made public and has not sought an emergency motion for child support and custody. Cruise's camp has also said little about the details of the case. It remains unclear if the divorce will be heard in New York or moved to California -- where the couple lives much of the time. Celebrities who have filed for divorce in California have been subject to media scrutiny because of public records law. Court documents recently detailed the property and assets changing hands during Kobe Bryant’s divorce proceedings. Before that, court papers revealed details about former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's divorce from Maria Shriver, including that Schwarzenegger did not want to pay spousal support to his w ...
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Katie Holmes wants to keep Tom Cruise divorce case private
LATimes - over 4 years
Katie Holmes' attorney does not want to take her divorce case against Tom Cruise public and has not sought an emergency motion for child support and custody, her attorney said Thursday. Jonathan Wolfe, a New Jersey-based family law attorney, in a statement that there have been erroneous reports about Holmes' legal moves. "The reports about an emergent filing last Friday are incorrect. Other than her action for divorce, the only pending application filed by Ms. Holmes remains her request for an anonymous caption,” Wolfe said. PHOTOS: Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes through the years The announcement means Holmes is not seeking an immediate resolution of those issues. It also means that the divorce and custody proceedings could still occur behind closed doors and even with a private judge. A source familiar with the divorce proceeding said Holmes is hoping to avoid a public fight and is not going to fight over money but is concerned about how the couple's 6-year-daughter Suri is ...
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Scientology may not sway court on Tom Cruise-Katie Holmes divorce
LATimes - over 4 years
Despite the large role Scientology is playing in the increasingly public Tom Cruise-Kate Holmes divorce drama, legal experts doubt it will play a deciding role in the terms of the final settlement. Mike Kelly, a Santa Monica divorce lawyer and former chairman of the American Bar Assn. custody committee, said a California court is unlikely to view Scientology any differently than another religion. Cruise, a prominent Scientology member, would generally be within his rights to raise Suri in his religion when in his care, he added. A source familiar with the case told The Times there is hope a settlement can be reached without a court battle. The source, who talked to The Times on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak on the case, said Scientology and what role it would play in the couple's daughter Suri's upbringing was a key factor in the split. Cruise is a prominent Scientology member. PHOTOS: Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes through the years The ...
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Tom Cruise stands to gain if Katie Holmes divorce moves to California
LATimes - over 4 years
It would likely be in Tom Cruise's interest to having his divorce proceedings with Katie Holmes moved from New York to California, legal experts said. The experts said California divorce tends to allow more public disclosure than New York. But California courts also tend to favor joint custody in which both parents get a voice on how children are raised. Lisa Helfend Meyer, a prominent Los Angeles family law attorney, said that as a result, it could make sense for Cruise’s legal team to seek a California hearing for the divorce case. PHOTOS: Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes through the years Holmes and Cruise live most of the time in California, the experts said, and that generally determines where a case is heard. “There isn’t a snowball's chance in hell of this case remaining in New York,” said Mike Kelly, a Santa Monica divorce lawyer and former chairman of the American Bar custody committee. “You cannot shop jurisdictions in custody cases.” A source familiar with the case ...
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Katie Holmes-Tom Cruise split focuses on custody, Scientology
LATimes - over 4 years
The impending divorce case between Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise is likely to center on the terms of custody for their daughter Suri, according to a source familiar with the case. Holmes filed court papers in New York. Neither she nor her attorneys have commented on the reasons for the split. Cruise was shooting a film in Iceland when the papers were filed. The source, who talked to The Times on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak, said Scientology and what role it would play in Suri's upbringing was a key factor in the split. Cruise is a prominent member of Scientology. PHOTOS: Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes through the years The source said the negotiations will probably center on a custody arrangement that would give both parents rights while also regulating the kind of Scientology teaching Suri, 6, is exposed to. “How do you ... insure a normal relationship with her father” while putting limits on her exposure to Scientology, the source said. ...
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Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes divorcing
Blast Magazine - over 4 years
After five years of marriage, Tome Cruise and Katie Holmes are divorcing, People Magazine reports.   “This is a personal and private matter for Katie and her family,”  stated Holmes’s attorney Jonathan Wolfe. “Katie’s primary concern remains, as it always has been, her daughter’s best interest.” The couple wed in 2006 in Italy. They have one daughter, 6-year old  Suri. Cruise has two children from previous marriages to Mimi Rogers and Nicole Kidman. “Kate has filed for divorce and Tom is deeply saddened and is concentrating on his three children,” Cruise’s rep told the Associated Press. “Please allow them their privacy.”
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Mimi Rogers
  • 2013
    Age 57
    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.
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  • 2012
    Age 56
    A 2012 article in Vanity Fair alleged that Rogers held an unfavorable view of the church's controversial leader, David Miscavige.
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    In March 2012, she was cast alongside Chad Michael Murray in the ABC pilot Scruples, as Harriet, a "powerful and vindictive magazine editor".
    More Details Hide Details Rogers replaced Mary Steenburgen in the role of the mother of Ryan (Elijah Wood) and Kristen Newman (Dorian Brown) in the final season of Wilfred. Having played poker as a teenager, Rogers took up competitive poker in 2003 and finished in the money in her first major tournament at the World Poker Tour's 240 player Shooting Stars' main event No-Limit Texas hold 'em tournament in San Jose, California, on March 4, 2004. She is on the board of directors of the World Poker Tour. In July 2006, she finished in the money (33rd place) at the $1000 Ladies' No-Limit Hold 'em World Series of Poker event.
    In 2012, she made a guest appearance on The Client List.
    More Details Hide Details Recent film projects include For a Good Time, Call... (2012) and, alongside Meryl Streep, in Hope Springs (2012).
  • 2011
    Age 55
    In 2011, she was cast in the recurring role of Robin Schmidt, a primatologist and Ashton Kutcher's mother on Two and a Half Men.
    More Details Hide Details Rogers will resume the role in the season 10 premiere episode.
  • 2010
    Age 54
    In 2010 she performed at the Geffen Playhouse in Love, Loss, and What I Wore.
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    In 2010, Rogers had a guest voice role on King of the Hill and served as a producer on Unstoppable.
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  • 2006
    Age 50
    Between 2006 and 2007, Rogers was a series regular on the Fox comedy The Loop playing Meryl.
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  • 2004
    Age 48
    In 2004 she starred alongside Jeff Bridges and Kim Basinger in the drama The Door in the Floor.
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  • 2000
    Age 44
    In 2000 she starred in the critically acclaimed Canadian horror film Ginger Snaps.
    More Details Hide Details She was also a series regular on the short-lived ABC series The Geena Davis Show (2000–01). Rogers later made television appearances in Dawson's Creek (2003) as the mother of Jen Lindley (Michelle Williams) and in Las Vegas (2003). She also appears in the comedy sequel Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd (2003).
  • 1998
    Age 42
    Between 1998 and 1999 Rogers also had a recurring role on The X-Files playing Diana Fowley for seven episodes.
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    In 1998 she appeared in Lost in Space.
    More Details Hide Details A year later she co-produced and co-starred in The Devil's Arithmetic. Together with her fellow producers, Rogers received a Daytime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Children's Special.
  • 1997
    Age 41
    In 1997 Rogers was nominated for the Satellite Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for her role in the HBO film, Weapons of Mass Distraction.
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  • 1994
    Age 38
    In 1994, Rogers starred as a woman on death row in the prison thriller Reflections on a Crime and received the Best Actress prize for the film at the Seattle International Film Festival.
    More Details Hide Details New York Magazine praised Rogers' "typically terrific performance" in the film. Rogers later joined an ensemble cast in the critically acclaimed comedy-drama Trees Lounge (1996). She also had a supporting role alongside Barbra Streisand and Lauren Bacall in The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996). Her next film was the beginning of what would become a major franchise, when she appeared as Mrs. Kensington in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997).
  • 1993
    Age 37
    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.
    More Details Hide Details 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's. 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."
    In 1993 Rogers posed nude for the March 1993 edition of Playboy magazine, and also appeared on that issue's cover.
    More Details Hide Details She later explained "Playboy had been after me for years, and finally I agreed to pose when they gave me complete approval over the shoot. It was done in a tasteful way, and since I knew that I wanted to have children soon, I thought it might be nice to have a permanent record of my body in its prime."
  • 1991
    Age 35
    In 1991, Rogers starred as the protagonist in The Rapture about a woman who converts from a swinger to a born-again Christian after learning that a true Rapture is upon the world.
    More Details Hide Details She received an Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead nomination for her role in the film. Slant Magazine praised her "spectacular performance, which seems in part inspired by the physical splendors and feral glances of Bette Davis or Barbara Stanwyck."
  • 1990
    Age 34
    In 1990, she appeared in Desperate Hours.
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  • 1989
    Age 33
    In 1989, she starred in The Mighty Quinn.
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  • 1987
    Age 31
    On May 9, 1987 she married actor Tom Cruise in a New York City ceremony. The marriage broke down at the end of 1989 and a divorce was finalized in February 1990. In January 1990 the couple released a joint statement; "While there have been very positive aspects to our marriage, there were some issues which could not be resolved even after working on them for a period of time,".
    More Details Hide Details It was Rogers who introduced Cruise to Scientology.
  • 1986
    Age 30
    In 1986 Rogers auditioned for the female lead in Fatal Attraction that went to Glenn Close.
    More Details Hide Details However, Rogers got her breakthrough role when she was cast opposite Tom Berenger in Someone to Watch Over Me (1987). Rogers played Claire Gregory, a socialite who is protected after she witnesses a murder.
    In 1986 she starred alongside Michael Keaton in Gung Ho.
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  • 1983
    Age 27
    Between 1983-84, she worked extensively in television as a series regular on The Rousters and as supermodel Blair Harper-Fenton in Paper Dolls.
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  • 1976
    Age 20
    She has been married three times. She married Jim Rogers in 1976, adopting his surname. They divorced in 1980.
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  • 1956
    Age 0
    Born on January 27, 1956.
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