Barbara Bain Bio, Husband, Age, Walk Of Fame, Filmography, Awards

Barbara Bain Biography

Barbara Bain (birth name- Mildred Fogel) is an American film and television actress. She born on September 13, 1931, Chicago, Illinois, U.S. She is best known for co-starring in the original Mission: Impossible television series in the 1960s as Cinnamon Carter, and in the 1970s TV series Space: 1999 as Doctor Helena Russell.

Barbara Bain Husband | Children

Barbara Bain was born to Russian-Jewish immigrant parents in Chicago, Illinois. In 1957, she married her husband, actor, acting coach, producer, and editorial cartoonist, Martin Landau. The couple have two daughters; actress Juliet Landau and film producer Susan Landau Finch. They divorced in 1993 after 36 years of marriage.

Barbara Bain Age | Death

Bain was born on September 13, 1931, Chicago, Illinois. She is a veteran film and television actress whose career has span sixty years. Bain’s first acting role was in Paddy Chayevsky’s play Middle of the Night, which embarked on a national tour in October 1957. Barbara Bain is 88 years old in 2019 and is still alive and well.

Barbara Bain Net Worth

Over the years, Bain has earned lucrative incomes from her acting contracts. She has therefore been able to amass a huge amount of wealth. Barbara Bain’s net worth hasn’t been calculated, but it’s likely comparable to Landau’s $10.0 million.

Barbara Bain Mission Impossible

Bain appeared alongside her then-husband, Martin Landau—in the major role of Cinnamon Carter in Mission: Impossible from 1966 to 1969. She won three consecutive Emmy Awards for Best Dramatic Actress for her performance in 1967, 1968, and 1969, in addition to a Golden Globe Award nomination in 1968.

Barbara Bain 2018

Barbara Bain was nominated for the Madrid International Film Festival, ES; Best Lead Actress in a Short Film Reconnected (2018).

Barbara Bain Now

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Bain’s Photo

Barbara Bain Space 1999

Barbara Bain and her then husband Martin Landau starred in the British-Italian science-fiction television programme Space: 1999 that ran for two seasons and originally aired from 1975 to 1977. The couple had previously appeared together in Mission: Impossible.

Barbara Bain's Photo
Bain’s Photo (On set when young)

Barbara Bain Awards | Nominations | Walk Of fame

Madrid International Film Festival, ES

2018 Nominee
Festival Award
Best Lead Actress in a Short Film
Reconnected (2018)

Walk of Fame

2016 Winner
Star on the Walk of Fame
On April 28, 2016. At 6767 Hollywood Blvd.

Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards

2015 Winner
LAIFF March Award
Best Supporting Actress
Pacific Edge (2015)

Golden Door International Film Festival of Jersey City

2015 Winner
Festival Award
Best Actress in a Short
Pacific Edge (2015)

DVD Exclusive Awards

2005 Nominee
DVDX Award
Best Supporting Actress (in a DVD Premiere Movie)
American Gun (2002)

Bravo Otto

1977 Nominee
Bravo Otto Germany
Best Female TV Star (TV-Star w)

Primetime Emmy Awards

1969 Winner
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series
Mission: Impossible (1966)
For playing: “Cinnamon Carter”.


Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series
Mission: Impossible (1966)
For playing: “Cinnamon Carter”.


Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series
Mission: Impossible (1966)

Golden Globes, USA

1968 Nominee
Golden Globe
Best TV Star – Female
Mission: Impossible (1966)

Barbara Bain Movies And Tv Shows | Filmography

Barbara Bain 2000s

2018, Reconnected, as Gloria.
2016, Code Black, as Blanche.
2015, Silver Skies, as Eve.
2010, Nothing Special, as Catherine.
2009, Forget Me Not, as Sister Dolores.
2008, Ben 10: Alien Force, as Verdona.
2006, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, as Mrs. Iris Paul.
2003, Strong Medicine, as Mrs. March.
2003, Tracey Ullman in the Trailer Tales, as Judy Utemeyer.

  1. American Gun, as Anne Tillman.

2000, Panic, as Deidre.

Barbara Bain 1970s-80s

1999, Millennium, as Lilly Unser.
1999, Gideon, as Sarah.
1998, Walker, Texas Ranger, as Mother Superior.
1997, The Visitor, as Constance MacArthur.
1997, Diagnosis: Murder, as Cinnamon Carter.
1994, My So-Called Life, as Vivian Wood.
1992, Likely Suspects, as Buffy Hines-Baldi.
1991, Murder, She Wrote, as Ellen Lombard.
1990, The Spirit of ’76, as Hipster.
1989, Skinheads, as Martha.
1988, Murder, She Wrote, as Nora Morgan.
1987, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, as Christina Golitsyn.
1987, CBS Summer Playhouse, as Julie Barrington.
1985, Moonlighting, as Emily Greydon.
1984, Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer, as Julia Huntley.
1981, The Harlem Globetrotters on Gilligan’s Island, as Dr. Olga.
1975–1977, Space: 1999, as Dr. Helena Russell.
1974, The Waltons, as Angelique.
1973, Savage, as Gail Abbot.
1971, Murder Once Removed, as Lisa Manning.

Barbara Bain 1950s-60s

1969, The Red Skelton Show, as Newspaperwoman.
1966–1969, Mission: Impossible, as Cinnamon Carter.
1965, Get Smart, as Alma.
1965–1966, My Mother The Car, as Inge Frankie.
1964, The Greatest Show on Earth, as Betty.
1964, Ben Casey, as Tutor.
1964, Perry Mason, as Elayna Scott.
1964, Valentine’s Day, as Unknown.
1963, The Dick Van Dyke Show, as Dorothy.
1963, Hawaiian Eye, as Anne Munroe.
1963, Empire, as June Bates.
1963, The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, as Veronica.
1963, The Lieutenant, as Cissie Van Osten.
1963, 77 Sunset Strip, as Rachel Dent.
1963, Wagon Train, as Lucy Garrison.
1962, Straightaway, as Melody.
1960, The Law and Mr. Jones, as D.J.
1960, Perry Mason, as Madelyn Terry.
1960–1961, Adventures in Paradise, as Martha Peterson.
1959, Mike Hammer, as Dora Church.
1959, Philip Marlowe, as Donna Raymond.
1959, State Trooper, as Madge Slausen.
1959, Richard Diamond, Private Detective, as Karen Wells.
1959, Mr. Lucky, as Prudence.
1959, Alcoa Theatre, as Judy Coyne.
1959, Tightrope, as Sandra.
1958, Harbormaster, as Mary Owens.

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