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Mimi Gibson

Highest Rated: 98% 101 Dalmatians (1961)

Lowest Rated: 40% The Wings of Eagles (1957)

Birthday: Oct 19, 1948

Birthplace: Renton, Washington, USA

One of the hardest working child actresses of the 1950s, Mimi Gibson earned over $100,000 (in 1963 dollars) from appearances in 35 movies and over 100 Television Shows. Her mother took Mimi and her sister to Los Angeles after her father's death when she was a baby. Her mother lived off her acting income. When Mimi turned 18 she found out that all her earnings were gone. At the age of 20 she had become very angry and upset. She skipped getting a college degree and got married to get away from her mother. She reconciled with her mother a few years later but the experience has bothered her ever since. She is presently active in the Screen Actor's Guild and A Minor Consideration and has pushed for revisions in Coogan's Law that assures actors retain a substantial portion of their income.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet If He Hollers, Let Him Go! Marion 1968
98% 101 Dalmatians Lucky 1961
86% The Children's Hour Evelyn 1961
No Score Yet The Buccaneer Little Girl 1958
64% Houseboat Elizabeth Winters 1958
No Score Yet No Down Payment Sandra Kreitzer 1957
93% The Three Faces of Eve Eve 1957
No Score Yet Drango Ellen Bryant 1957
67% The Monster That Challenged the World Sandy MacKenzie 1957
No Score Yet The Oklahoman Louise Brighton 1957
40% The Wings of Eagles Lila Wead 1957
No Score Yet Courage of Black Beauty Lily Rowden 1957
No Score Yet The Brothers Rico Felici; Little Girl 1957
94% The Ten Commandments Actor 1956
No Score Yet Rebel in Town Lisbeth Anstadt 1956
No Score Yet At Gunpoint (Gunpoint!) Cynthia Clark 1955
No Score Yet Lay That Rifle Down Terry 1955
67% There's No Business Like Show Business Katy at Age 4 1954
No Score Yet The Egyptian Little Princess 1954
No Score Yet Torch Song Susie 1953
No Score Yet Everything I Have Is Yours Pamela (age 3 1/2) 1952
No Score Yet My Pal Gus Judy 1952
80% I'll See You In My Dreams Irene at Age 3 1951


No Score Yet Leave It to Beaver
Mary 1962
No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents


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