Mimi Rogers Net Worth

Net Worth: $5 Million
  • Source of Wealth:

    Film, Television, Poker
  • Age:

  • Birth Place:

    Coral Gables, Florida, United States
  • Marital Status:

    Married (Christopher Ciaffa)
  • Full Name:

    Miriam Spickler
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About Miriam Spickler

Mimi Rogers, who is also known as “Spickler”, was born on January 27th 1956. She is an actress and former wife of the Hollywood legend Tom Cruise. Her net worth is estimated to be around $5 million.

Mimi is a television and movie actress from the US. She is also a producer and a competitive poker player. Her notable film projects include Someone to Watch Over Me, Desperate Hours, and Gung Ho. The former wife of Tom Cruise has earned her wealth from her performances, production work, and poker games. Her acting career spans over 30 years.

She received the Best Actress award at the Seattle International Film Festival for the film “Reflections on a Crime” – a prison thriller. The New York magazine and many other critics praised Mimi for her performance in this movie. In 2010, Rogers made a guest appearance on “King of the Hill”.

She is a producer on the bid-budget action thriller, "Unstoppable". She is one of the directors of the World Poker Tournament as well. In July 2006, Mimi was 33rd at the Ladies' No-Limit Hold'em World Series event, and won $5,132.

She has been married three times. She married James Rogers in 1976, but the couple divorced after just four years. In the mid-1980s, Rogers dated Tom Selleck, Christopher Reeve and Bobby Shriver. Rogers finally married Tom Cruise in 1987. But this marriage didn’t work out as well, and they finally separated in 1990. Finally, Mimi got married to Christopher Ciaffa in 2003. It’s been third time lucky for her, as the couple has two children from the marriage.

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Earnings 2010

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Earnings during the $1,000 + 80 No Limit Hold'em - Championship Event at the 12th Annual Battle of the Bay, San Francisco

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Earnings during the $1,000 + 60 No Limit Hold'em Championship at the 8th Annual Gold Rush Tournament, San Francisco
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