Yvette Carmen Mimieux is a retired actress, real estate investor, and anthropologist who is best known for playing in Hollywood’s American New Wave films such as “The Time Machine” (1960), “Dark of the Sun” (1968), and “The Black Hole” (1979). (1979).
According to sources, Mimieux’s net worth as of mid-2017 was estimated to be over $5 million, gained mostly through her career in the film industry, which she worked between 1959 and 1992, as well as her real estate ventures.
|Full Name||Yvette Mimieux|
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||January 8, 1942|
|Place Of Birth||Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Height||5′ 4″ (1.63 m)|
|Profession||Actress, Writer, Producer|
|Spouse||Howard Ruby (m. 1986), Stanley Donen (m. 1972–1985)|
|Parents||Carmen Montemayor, Rene Mimieux|
|Nominations||Golden Globe Award for Best TV Star – Female|
|Movies||The Time Machine, Where the Boys Are, Light in the Piazza, The Black Hole, Dark of the Sun, Diamond Head, Skyjacked, Toys in the Attic, Joy in the Morning, Three in the Attic, Jackson County Jail, The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm, The Neptune Factor, Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, Snowbea…|
|TV Shows||The Love Boat, Berrenger’s, The Most Deadly Game, Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond|
Yvette Mimieux Death
Yvette Mimieux, the actress who starred in films including Time in Her Hands and The Black Abyss, has died at the age of 80.
The actress died on Monday, January 18 2022 at her home in Los Angeles, according to The New York Times. Her death has yet to be determined.
Vincente Minnelli, who saw Mimieux perform in a play and put her in a small role in With Him Came Scandal, is credited with her discovery. Her scenes, however, were left out of the final version.
In 1958, she made her film debut in A Certain Smile. In 1960, she played alongside Rod Taylor in Time in Your Hands, which became one of her most well-known roles. In Last Train to Katanga, she ran into the actor again. She also appeared in feature films such as Platinum High School, Charlton Heston’s The Lord of Hawaii, Olivia de Havilland’s Light in the City, Tommy Lee Jones’ The Rape Cell, and Anthony Perkins’ and Robert Forster’s The Black Abyss.
She appeared on television in shows like Doctor Kildare, Vacations at Sea, Lime Street, and Mr. Lucky. She shot 12 episodes of Deadly Game and additional 12 chapters of Department Stores, a fiction. Her most recent job was helping to deliver Lady Boss in 1992.