Michael Douglas
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Ridley Scott
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Chad Everett
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Denzel Washington
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Kathleen Cody (actor)
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Lorraine Bracco
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Mimi Rogers

Knowledge Identifier: +Mimi_Rogers


Mimi Rogers

American film and television actress, producer and competitive poker player add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1956.

Countries: United States (80%), Chad (8%), United Kingdom (4%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Playboy, Michael Douglas, Ridley Scott

Linked to: CollegeHumor, Democratic Party, Fox Broadcasting Company, Showtime Networks




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Mimi Rogers was born in 1956 add something


She married Jim Rogers in 1977, adopting his surname add something


In the early-to-mid 1980s, Rogers dated Tom Selleck, Christopher Reeve and Bobby Shriver add something


Between 1983 and 1984, she worked extensively in television as a series regular on "The Rousters" and as Blair Fenton-Harper in "Paper Dolls" add something


Kathleen Cody (actor) - In 1983, she returned to Los Angeles , when she was cast in the Stephen J. Cannell television series, "The Rousters", starring Chad Everett, Jim Varney, and Mimi Rogers


In 1986 Rogers auditioned for the female lead in "Fatal Attraction" that went to Glenn Close add something


In 1986 she starred alongside Michael Keaton in Ron Howard's comedy, "Gung Ho" add something


On May 9, 1987, Rogers married actor Tom_Cruise; she was 31 and he was 24 add something


Ridley Scott - Scott made Someone to Watch Over Me, a romantic police drama starring Tom Berenger, Lorraine Bracco and Mimi Rogers in 1987, and Black Rain, a 1989 cop drama starring Michael Douglas and Andy GarcĂ­a, shot partially in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan.


In 1989 Rogers starred alongside Denzel Washington in the critically acclaimed mystery film "The Mighty Quinn" add something


They separated in 1989; their divorce was finalized in February 1990 add something


In 1990, Rogers began living with Chris Ciaffa add something


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 add something


In an interview given to the "Los Angeles Times" in 1991, Rogers spoke about Scientology; "that philosophy was simply part of my upbringing add something


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 add something


In 1993 Rogers posed nude for the March 1993 edition of "Playboy" magazine, and appeared on that issue's cover add something


Seattle International Film Festival - 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 add something


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" add something


Between 1998 and 1999 Rogers had a recurring role on "The X-Files" playing Diana Fowley for seven episodes add something


In 2000 she starred in the critically acclaimed Canadian horror film, "Ginger Snaps" add something


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 add something


The couple eventually married in 2003 add something


In 2004 she starred alongside Jeff Bridges and Kim Basinger in the drama, "The Door in the Floor" add something


Between 2006 and 2007, Rogers was a series regular on the Fox comedy, "The Loop" playing Meryl, a company vice-president and cougar add something


In 2010 Rogers made a guest appearance on "King of the Hill" and served as a producer on the bid-budget action thriller, "Unstoppable" add something


In 2010 she performed at the Geffen Playhouse in the play, "Love, Loss, and What I Wore" add something


A 2012 article in "Vanity Fair" alleged that Mimi held an unfavorable view of the church's controversial leader, David Miscavige add something


In 2012 she made a guest appearance on "The Client List" add something


In March 2012 she was cast alongside Chad Michael Murray in the ABC drama pilot, "Scruples" where she plays Harriet, a "powerful and vindictive magazine editor" add something


In the book, "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 add something


Since 2014, she has had a recurring role in "Bosch" add something