Mimi Rogers Biography
Mimi Rogers also married Tom Cruise from 1987 to 1990, whom she introduced into Scientology. She was also responsible for introducing a number of celebrities into Scientology, including Bono and John Brodie. Mimi Rogers first television work was for the NBC series Hill Street Blues. This was followed by the television movie Divorce Wars on 1982. She also had a string of television work, including Quincy, Magnum P.I., and the fashion television show Paper Dolls.
Mimi Rogers did a few more films, including Gung Ho, and Street Smart (both for television) before people finally took notice of her acting in Someone to Watch Over Me, which was a Ridley Scott memoir. After her divorce from Tom Cruise, her film work began to decline. The films she did had negative reviews such as The Mighty Quinn and Desperate Hours. Mimi Rogers got a lot of attention for her physical assets, and appeared nude in the movie Full Body Massage.
Mimi Rogers also starred in some science fiction films, such as Lost in Space, and the television series The X Files. In 1996, she was cast in The Mirror Has Two Faces as Barbra Streisands sister. Mimi Rogers was an executive director as well as starred in the Showtime movie, Tricks. Other movies where she was an executive producer are The Devils Arithmetic, Harlan Country War, and My Horrible Year. She also starred in all movies she has produced. Some of her best performances include The Door in the Floor and Reflections of a Crime.
Mimi Rogers most recent work has been for television, such as Charms for the Easy Life in 2002, Cave In in 2003, and The Loop in 2006. She is also known for her prowess in playing poker, and has been participating in poker tournaments such as the online Hollywood Poker. She has been a skillful poker player since she was a child, especially in high stakes poker. Mimi Rogers is also part of the World Poker Tour board of directors.
Mimi Rogers is currently living with Chris Caffia, and they have a child together, named Lucy Julia Rogers-Caffia.