Juliet Mills

Juliet Mills (born November 21, 1941) is a British character actress, most famous for her roles on shows such as Nanny and the Professor and Passions. In both series, she plays characters who possess magical powers, but her character in the former series was presented as friendly and magical while the latter is a witch who wishes harm on many people.

She is the daughter of actor John Mills and the older sister of actress Hayley Mills. Juliet married actor Maxwell Caulfield in 1980.



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. Gladys Kravitz was played from 1966 by Sandra Gould. Juliet married actor Maxwell Caulfield in 1980. Diagnosed with terminal cancer before the show began, Pearce kept her illness a secret, but died from ovarian cancer during the second season. She is the daughter of actor John Mills and the older sister of actress Hayley Mills. Pearce was posthumously awarded an Emmy Award for this role. In both series, she plays characters who possess magical powers, but her character in the former series was presented as friendly and magical while the latter is a witch who wishes harm on many people. Her hysterical accusations against Samantha, played by Elizabeth Montgomery, and the disbelief of her husband Abner, played by George Tobias, provided a common thread through many of the series early episodes.

Juliet Mills (born November 21, 1941) is a British character actress, most famous for her roles on shows such as Nanny and the Professor and Passions. As the nagging and nosy neighbor, Gladys Kravitz, Pearce's scenes were almost entirely reactions to acts of witchcraft she had witnessed at the house across the street. In 1964 she joined the cast of the television series Bewitched. More movie roles followed, and she made appearances on Broadway, where she met her husband director Paul Davis during a production of The Bells are Ringing. Her comedic performance was well received by critics and public alike, and she was given her own television variety show.

Gene Kelly was so impressed by her, that she became the only cast member to be included in the film version in 1949. She began working in nightclubs as a comedienne and was cast in the Broadway production of On The Town. Born Alicia Pearce in New York City, Pearce was educated in Europe and returned to the US as an adult. Alice Pearce (October 16, 1913 - March 3, 1966) was an American actress.

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