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Hayley Mills Biography and Filmography
Hayley Mills
Birthday: April 18, 1946
Birth Place: London, England, UK
Height: 5' 4"
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The daughter of British actor John Mills and playwright Mary Hayley Bell, Hayley Catherine Rose Vivien Mills made her first screen appearance as an infant in 1947's So Well Remembered. It wasn't until a decade later, however, that Hayley Mills made her formal film debut, portraying the preteen murder witness who is nearly destroyed by her connection to the criminal in 1959's Tiger Bay. Playing many scenes alongside her own father,Mills gave an uncannily affecting performance that won her the British Film Academy's Most Promising Newcomer Award. The movie also brought her to the attention of Walt Disney, ever on the lookout for talented child actors. In 1959, Mills entered Disney's orbit, and the producer placed her into the most meticulous and artistic live-action film in his studio's history up to that time: Pollyanna (1960). The movie transformed Mills from a precociously talented juvenile player into a full-fledged star, and earned her a special Academy Award for her performance. Ironically, Pollyanna was somewhat mis-marketed at the time as a film intended principally for younger girls and their mothers — in actuality, it is a sentimental film whose dramatic content and visual craftsmanship place it closer in spirit to pictures like The Music Man, or even Shenandoah, perfectly suitable for general audiences; as a result, it was never as big a hit in theaters as it should have been, and Mills' biggest success for Disney turned out to be her next feature, The Parent Trap (1961). This movie, about a set of estranged identical twin sisters who conspire to get their divorced parents back together, gave the 15-year-old actress the chance to play two separate characters, with two distinctly different personalities. She was able to convince a major part of the audience that she was two different people (a gambit later picked up by the creators of The Patty Duke Show), and she also hit the pop music charts with a song from the film, called "Let's Get Together." In the years that followed, Mills' output for Disney proved somewhat uneven, The Moon-Spinners (1964) failing to impress critics, while the more dramatically demanding The Chalk Garden (1964), in which she played an emotionally crippled adolescent, was some of her best work, and reunited her onscreen with her father; and she excelled in the drama Whistle Down the Wind (1962), directed by Bryan Forbes and made for Rank, playing a girl who shelters an escaped criminal, who thinks he's Jesus. The advent of the British Invasion in popular music, which imparted an appeal to all things British in America for about two years, helped sustain Mills' popularity, and her final Disney film, That Darn Cat (1965), was a hit and one of her best comedies, though she was outshone (as she might well have been) by old hands like William Demarest. Her first film after leaving the Disney fold was Gypsy Girl (1966), which marked a break from the American producer's tendency toward light comedy — directed by her father and written by her mother, it presented Mills in the role of a retarded teenager. She was engaged by John and Roy Boulting to star in The Family Way (1966), a comedy about close-quarter familiar relations (best remembered today because of its score, written by Paul McCartney) — that picture exploded her lingering goody-two-shoes image by offering Mills in a well-publicized nude scene, and what the scene itself didn't accomplish in changing her image, her romance and marriage to director Roy Boulting, some 33 years her senior, did. Curtailing her film appearances in the early '70s, Mills devoted most of her time to television productions; in 1986, she came back to the Disney fold with a Parent Trap TV-movie sequel. Hayley Mills is the younger sister of actress Juliet Mills.
Stricken (2005)
[ Haley Mills ]
2BPerfectlyHonest (2004)
[ Haley Mills ][ Aida Turturro ]
A Troll in Central Park (1994)
[ Cloris Leachman ][ Haley Mills ]
After Midnight (1990)
[ Haley Mills ]
Back Home (1990)
[ Haley Mills ]
Parent Trap: Hawaiian Honeymoon (1989)
[ Haley Mills ][ Leanna Creel ]
Parent Trap III (1989)
[ Patricia Richardson ][ Haley Mills ][ Loretta Devine ][ Leanna Creel ]
Appointment with Death (1988)
[ Carrie Fisher ][ Lauren Bacall ][ Haley Mills ][ Piper Laurie ][ Jenny Seagrove ]
Pilot (1987)
Parent Trap II (1986)
[ Haley Mills ]
Call Me Grandma/A Gentleman of Discretion/The Perfect Divorce/Letting Go: Part 2 (1985)
[ Lana Turner ][ Haley Mills ][ Anne Baxter ]
Not So Fast, Gopher/Haven't We Met Before?/Foreign Exchange (1980)
[ Haley Mills ][ Ethel Merman ]
That Darn Cat! (1980)
[ Haley Mills ][ Elsa Lanchester ]
Good and Faithful Servant, A/Secret Life of Burl Smith/Tug of War/Designated Lover (1979)
[ Haley Mills ][ Juliet Mills ][ Telma Hopkins ]
In Search of the Castaways: Part 1 (1978)
[ Haley Mills ]
In Search of the Castaways: Part 2 (1978)
[ Haley Mills ]
The Parent Trap (1976)
[ Haley Mills ]
The Kingfisher Caper (1975)
[ Haley Mills ]
Only a Scream Away (1974)
[ Haley Mills ]
Deadly Strangers (1974)
[ Haley Mills ]
What Changed Charley Farthing? (1974)
[ Haley Mills ]
Endless Night (1971)
[ Haley Mills ][ Britt Eckland ][ Lois Maxwell ]
Mr. Forbush and the Penguins (1971)
[ Haley Mills ][ Sally Geeson ]
Take a Girl Like You (1970)
[ Haley Mills ]
Twisted Nerve (1968)
[ Haley Mills ]
Pretty Polly (1967)
[ Haley Mills ]
Africa - Texas Style! (1967)
[ Haley Mills ][ Adrienne Corri ]
The Family Way (1966)
[ Haley Mills ]
The Daydreamer (1966)
[ Haley Mills ][ Patty Duke ][ Margaret Hamilton ]
The Trouble with Angels (1966)
[ Haley Mills ][ Rosalind Russel ][ Mary Wickes ]
Sky West and Crooked (1966)
[ Haley Mills ][ Jacqueline Pearce ][ Wyn Jones ]
That Darn Cat! (1965)
[ Haley Mills ][ Elsa Lanchester ]
The Moon-Spinners (1964)
[ Haley Mills ][ Irene Pappa ]
The Chalk Garden (1964)
[ Haley Mills ][ Deborah Kerr ]
The Truth About Spring (1964)
[ Haley Mills ]
Summer Magic (1963)
[ Haley Mills ][ Wendy Turner ]
In Search of the Castaways (1962)
[ Haley Mills ]
The Spiral Staircase (1961)
[ Elizabeth Montgomery ][ Haley Mills ]
Whistle Down the Wind (1961)
[ Haley Mills ]
The Parent Trap (1961)
[ Haley Mills ]
Pollyanna (1960)
[ Haley Mills ][ Agnes Moorehead ][ Jane Wyman ]
Tiger Bay (1959)
[ Haley Mills ]
So Well Remembered (1947)
[ Haley Mills ][ Juliet Mills ]
  • Her second son, Jason, was born of her relationship with actor Leigh Lawson
  • Sister of Juliet Mills and Jonathan Mills.
  • Daughter of playwright Mary Hayley Bell and actor John Mills.
  • Her son is Crispian Mills, lead singer of Kula Shaker. Signed with Sony; their second single went straight to number 2 in UK charts. He is now part of The Jeevas.
  • Sister-in-law of actor Maxwell Caulfield.
  • Aunt of Sean and actress Melissa Caulfield.
  • Her movie The Trouble with Angels (1966) is the favorite of Elizabeth Smart, the Salt Lake City girl who was kidnapped from her bedroom in June 2002 and found alive on March 12, 2003. She watched the movie with her family the day she was found and reunited with them.
  • Is the god-daughter of Sir Laurence Olivier.
  • Is the goddaughter of Sir Noel Coward.
  • In the movie That Darn Cat! (1965), her habit of biting her nails precluded her from using her own hands in close-ups. A studio worker, Tricia Blain, who just happened to be hanging around the set watching the filming was selected to serve as a double in those shots that required close-ups of the actress' hands.
  • Niece of Annette Mills.
  • She and her father John Mills were the first Oscar-winning father-daughter couple
  • Of the Oscar-winning father-daughter couples, she and her father are one of two couples (the other is Jane Fonda/Henry Fonda) where the daughter won an Academy award before the father did.
  • Invited to join AMPAS in 2006
  • At the age of 16 she was offered the title role in Stanley Kubrick's Lolita (1962) but her parents decided against it because they feared that the film's steamy subject matter might taint her wholesome image. The part went to Sue Lyon instead. In later years, Mills admitted that she regretted not taking the part.

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