Juliet Mills' Net Worth?

Juliet Mills is a television actress with a net worth of $76 million dollars. Juliet Mills was born on November 21, 1941, in New York City. Hayley Mills’ sister and winner of an Emmy for QB VII. Nanny and the Professor, which aired from 1970 to 1971, is one of her television credits.

Early Life

Juliet Maryon Mills is an English-American actress who was born on November 21, 1941. She is the eldest of three siblings and the daughter of actor Sir John Mills and Mary Hayley Bell. Her younger siblings are actress Hayley Mills and director, Jonathan Mills.

Juliet Mills' Net Worth?


Her first notable part was as “Pamela Harrington” in Peter Shaffer’s play Five Finger Exercise in 1958, when she was 16 years old. The production premiered in London for a year before moving to Broadway’s Music Box Theatre. Mills’ performance as Pamela earned her a Tony Award nomination for “Best Featured Actress” in 1960.

One of her first TV appearances in 1961 was as a stowaway dressed as a man but the daughter of a ship’s gunner in episode 2 of “Sir Francis Drake,” which was followed by an almost identical part in the 1964 film Carry on Jack.

She appeared in films and television programs during the 1960s, including The Rare Breed, starring James Stewart and Maureen O’Hara, and The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Ben Casey, and 12 O’Clock High. In the 1970s, she primarily worked in television.

Juliet Mills' Net Worth?

Mills in a publicity photo for the television series Nanny and the Professor, which premiered on January 21, 1970.

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She has indicated that the film Avanti! 1972, directed by Billy Wilder and starring Jack Lemmon, was the peak of her cinematic career, for which she received a Golden Globe Award nomination in 1973. Mills co-starred with fellow English actor Richard Johnson in the Italian horror film Beyond the Door in 1974.

She was cast as Tabitha Lenox, a witch who was killed at the stake in the 17th century, in the daytime drama Passions in 1999. Initially, the character desired harm to others, but she was dubbed a “good witch” in a June 2007 episode. Mills received her first Daytime Emmy nomination for the role, of “Outstanding Lead Actress.”

In August of 2008, the series came to an end. Mills joined the cast of the ITV drama Wild at Heart in 2009, playing “Georgina,” the sister of a character played by her real-life sister Hayley in the previous series. She also appeared as Philipa Scroggs, Joy’s mother, in two episodes of Hot in Cleveland played by Jane Leeves.

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Personal Life

Mills has had three marriages. The first time was with Russell Alquist, Jr., with whom she had a son, Sean, from 1961 until 1964. Her second marriage was to Michael Miklenda, with whom she had a daughter, Melissa, from 1975 to 1980. Mills appeared on Tattletales while married to Miklenda, claiming that she did not agree with women’s liberation because the theatre does not discriminate. Mills married Maxwell Caulfield, who was 18 years her junior, in 1980.

Juliet Mills' Net Worth?

Mills responded to the age gap, saying, “Everyone is constantly fascinated by the idea that I am married to someone much younger than myself… There are no rules, and I feel that this is true since age is irrelevant. If you meet someone you genuinely care for, someone you adore, stay with them.”

On October 10, 1975, Mills became a naturalized US citizen.