Juliet Maryon Mills, who was born on November 21, 1941 in London, is the daughter of the late actor Sir John Mills and the late playwright Mary Hayley Bell. She is best known for her roles as Phoebe in Nanny and the Professor and Tabitha Lenox in Passions. She won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Drama Special for her performance in the miniseries adaptation of QB VII in 1974. Mills was also nominated for her first Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress for her performance in Passions.
Tabitha Lenox is played by Juliet Mills in the drama series, Passions. Tabitha claims to be a witch who has lived through time, and was born from a mortal father Darrin Lenox and a witch mother Samantha. She had green skin because her mother was a descendant of the Frog Prince, and was often a loner as people thought she was weird. She later befriended another young witch named Esmeralda. She had a companion named Timmy, whom she plotted with to eliminate Charity Standish, a young girl with good powers. They wanted her dead because once she sleeps with the man she loves, she would unleash all good powers in the world, thus eradicating all evil, including Tabitha.
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