Some career highlights for Mimi Rogers include appearing in the films "The Rapture," "Someone To Watch Over Me" and "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery." She also appeared in television series such as "The X-Files."
In "The Rapture," Mimi Rogers plays a woman who converts to Christianity and begins to prepare for the coming rapture. "Someone To Watch Over Me" stars Rogers as a wealthy socialite who witnesses a mob-related murder. She begins to fall for the police officer assigned to protect her, played by Tom Berenger. In "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery," Rogers plays Mrs. Kensington, a spy who once worked alongside the title character. She is the mother of Elizabeth Hurley's character, Vanessa. The character is a parody of the James Bond character Emma Peele.
In the popular TV series "The X-Files," Rogers had a recurring role as a conniving FBI agent. She also appeared opposite Geena Davis in "The Geena Davis Show" and appeared on "Dawson's Creek" and "Las Vegas." Rogers is also a competitive poker player who earned a spot on the board of directors for the World Poker Tour. Aside from appearing in several other films and television shows, Rogers is known for her marriage to actor Tom Cruise in the late 1980s.