Beautiful and beguiling brunette actress Grace Mills had a regrettably fleeting acting career in the mid 70s; she starred alongside legendary Spanish horror icon Paul Naschy in two superior fright features. She was born in Spain as Mercedes Molina and was discovered by producer Perez Giner. Mills gave a convincing performance in her film debut as Leila, a wayward young woman who becomes possessed by the evil spirit of her deceased father in the underrated "Exorcism." She was likewise solid as sweet love interest Sylvia Lacombe in the delightfully outrageous "Night of the Howling Beast." Alas, following her appearance in the latter picture Grace Mills either quit acting altogether or popped up in a few more minor movies under her real name.