Yvette Mimieux debuted her career as an actress by casting her in a successful movie The Time Machine, as Weena. A year later she appeared as a teenager, on vacation in the film, Where The Boys Are, garnered her praise and attention.
Later on, Mimieux played the role of imprisoned woman in the movie Jackson County Jail in 1976, which lead her to fame and gained a lot of popularity. In the same year, She featured the role of Dinah in the movie Outside Chance.
Subsequently, Yvette appeared in numerous television shows such as Hit Lady, Obsessive Love, and The All-Star Salute to Mother’s Day before her retirement. Finally, she retired after her last appearance in the 1992 TV series, Lady Boss.
Further moving towards her personal life, Yvette is the holder of an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity. She has an average body measurement 34-22-35 inches and height is 5'.4". She has blonde hair and blue eyes with a beautiful face.
Mimieux married a film director Stanley Donen in 1972 who was her boyfriend, but the couple couldn't continue their married life since 1985. After separation with Stanley, Mimieux married Howard F. Ruby, the chairman emeritus and founder of Oakwood Worldwide. Currently, she is single, and she hasn't any child.
Being an actress and TV personality, Yvette has appeared in numerous movies from which she must have collected a huge money. As of 2017, she has the net worth an estimated of $5 million.