Maxwell was born on November 23, 1959 in England, United Kingdom. He began his film career with an golden opportunity. As he was chosen from among thousands of applicants to appear as Michael Carrington to the most successful musical film of all time. The movies like Grease 2, Electric Dreams, The Boys Next Door, The Supernaturals, Gettysburg, Empire Records, The Real Blonde Maxwell shows his skill on each character. Maxwell Caulfield wife is the same lady whom he dated long era. Let’s read more about him and his wife, below.
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With whom Maxwell Caulfield Dating now?
The actor dated actress Juliet Mills for a long time, before getting married to her in 1980. They have been together in a long lasting relationship for around 42 years. Like most celebrities, Caulfield also has not disclosed more about his personal life related to his past dating. Before Juliet, there are no any rumors or signs found that Maxwell had dated anyone.
Most interesting fact is that there is an eighteen year age difference between Caulfield and his wife. Before Juliet married Maxwell, she had divorced with two husbands, named Russell Alquist and Michael Miklenda. Caulfield is the step father to two children from Juliet’s earlier marriages.
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Maxwell Caulfield wife wiki
Caulfield’s wife, Juliet Mills was born on November 21, 1941 in England. As of 2021, she is 79 years old with her birth sign ‘Scorpio’.Juliet Mills famous for being a TV actress of white ethnicity.
Juliet is a beloved daughter of her father “Sir John Mills” and mother “Mary Hayley Bell”.
Mills began her career as a child actress and nominated at the age of eighteen for a Tony Award for her stage performance in Five Finger Exercise in 1960. In the early 1970s she progressed to film work and then to television, playing the leading role. In 1972, in the film Avanti, she received a Golden Globe Award for her hard work. Adding more about her awards, Juliet won an Emmy Award for outstanding single performance by a supporting actress in a comedy or drama.