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Mimi Rogers      

Film and TV Actress; Known for "Gung Ho" and "Desperate Hours"

Mimi Rogers' breakthrough role was opposite Tom Berenger in "Someone to Watch Over Me" in 1987. Since then, her career has largely been focused on independent films, most notably the controversial "The Rapture." Although she continues to do independent films, Rogers is certainly not averse to Hollywood. She has appeared in sci-fi films such as "Lost in Space," as well as the cult television series "The X-Files." She also appeared as the mother of Elizabeth Hurley's character in "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery." She was also in the television show "The Geena Davis Show."

Famous for her voluptuous physique, she had a risque role in "Full Body Massage," which, for some, remains her most indelible role. Also notable was her memorable scene at the age of 48 in "The Door in the Floor" written by John Irving.

Her father was Jewish and a Holocaust survivor, while her mother was Christian. Rogers later became a member of the Church of Scientology.

Having played high stakes poker as a teenager, she 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 also in the board of directors of the World Poker Tour.

In July, 2007, she finished in the money at the $1000 Ladies' No-Limit Hold 'em World Series of Poker event.

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