Michael Miklenda: Juliet Mills’ Second Husband

Michael Miklenda: Juliet Mills' Second Husband

Michael Miklenda is a former celebrity spouse who came into the limelight due to his marriage to Juliet Mills. Michael was the second husband of Juliet Mills, a British-American actress who began her career as a child actress in 1942 and was nominated for a Tony Award at age 18.

Who is Michael Miklenda?

Michael Miklenda was born in the Czech Republic. According to sources, Michael was born in 1946 and will be 75 years old in 2023. Details regarding her parents are yet to be revealed to the public. While his ex-wife, Juliet Mills, is known to have attended Elmhurst Ballet School, Michael has no information disclosed to the public regarding what schools he has ever attended.

Though once married to a renowned actress, Michael Miklenda needs more personal information on the Internet. He was private and had hidden his personal information from the public. During his marriage with Juliet Mills, it was discovered that he was a construction worker.

Besides his union with Juliet and his career, no other relevant information is known about Michael. From Juliet Mills’ Wikipedia page, we found out that Michael was the second of the three husbands the actress has ever had.

How did Michael Miklenda meet with Juliet Mills?

It would have been nice to know how the former love birds, Michael and his ex-wife, started their love journey, but more information is needed. However, it is known that the two started dating and later married after Juliet Mills’ first marriage with Russell Alquist, Jr collapsed.

Juliet has been married three times and divorced twice. Her first marriage with Russell Alquist, mentioned, was from 1961 to 1964. Not much is known about this marriage, but it is known that the former couple had a son together from their four-year marriage. The son is Sean Alquist.

Michael Miklenda became Juliet’s second husband in 1975 after dating for a short while. During this union, Juliet Mills was cast on Tattletales, a game show by Goodson-Todman Productions in 1974. The show ended in 1984, ten years later.

Michael’s marriage to Juliet did not last long, as it ended in a divorce settlement in 1980 due to undisclosed reasons. The union produced a daughter named Melissa Miklenda, who happens to be the second child of Juliet Mills. According to IMBd, Michael appeared on the television show Tattletales with his then-fiance Juliet. It was on the show that it was disclosed that Michael was a construction worker by profession.

After the divorce settlement, Michael has been out of the limelight. His rise to fame was due to his union with Juliet.

On the other hand, Juliet Mills married a British-American actor named Maxwell Caulfield for the third time in 1980. They have been together till date. Maxwell Caulfield is eighteen years younger than Juliet. In addressing the age difference, Juliet said: “Everybody is always interested in the fact that I am married to someone a lot younger than I am … There are no rules, and that’s what I believe because age doesn’t matter. If you meet someone you’re really close to or love, stick with that.”

Juliet Mills: Michael Miklenda’s Ex-wife

Michael Miklenda’s wife, Juliet Mills, was born on November 12, 1941. She is 82 years old in 2023. Juliet was born during World War 1 in London to a prestigious actor of the time, Sir John Mills and a playwright, Mary Hayley Bells. According to Wikipedia, Juliet did not spend her childhood with her parents in London because of the bombing raids of the war.

Juliet’s career as an actress started at eleven months in a movie titled In Which We Serve(1941), featuring her father, William Mills. At age 16, she had her first significant role in a movie titled Five Finger Exercise. After her first role, she featured in many other movies as a child actress, being nominated and winning many awards.

Juliet Mills is one of the actresses who have been able to keep up with time to adjust to changes in the movie industry. Though originally British, she became an American citizen through naturalisation on October 10, 1957.