Enos, born on the 22nd of September in 1975, emerged into this world as the offspring of Monique, a dedicated French educator, and Jon Goree Enos, an American hailing from the heart of Texas with a traceable lineage back to Scotland. Her maternal roots firmly rooted in France, Enos is the fourth child within a quintet of siblings, each entranced by the captivating world of the arts. Among them, her brothers Jongiorgi and Raphael, and her sisters Veronique and Ginger, with the latter being a gifted modern dancer.

At the tender age of five, Enos’ familial journey led them to Houston, Texas, where her life’s narrative began to unfold. It was here that she took her initial steps towards artistic self-realization, attending the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. Her passion for the theatrical arts matured during her academic tenure at Brigham Young University, culminating in her graduation with a Bachelor of Arts in acting in 1997. During her time as a student, Enos achieved an outstanding feat by claiming the prestigious Irene Ryan Award at the esteemed Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., an accolade annually bestowed upon the nation’s most distinguished collegiate actor.



The allure of the stage was an irresistible force for Enos. In 2002, she graced the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s production of “The Winter’s Tale” as Perdita, captivating audiences at the Lansburgh Theater in Washington, D.C. Her journey continued onto the grand Broadway stage in 2005, where she participated in the revival of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” alongside luminaries Kathleen Turner and Bill Irwin. Her performance was nothing short of stellar, earning her a Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Play.

In the following year, 2007, Enos embarked on an enthralling journey into the realm of the small screen, joining the cast of the HBO drama series “Big Love,” a compelling exploration of a polygamous family. Within this narrative tapestry, she skillfully portrayed the roles of twin sisters JoDean Marquart and Kathy Marquart, securing her status as a regular cast member for the third and fourth seasons.




A chapter of profound personal significance unfolded when Enos exchanged vows with actor Alan Ruck on the 4th of January in 2008. Their union bore the fruit of two children, and she gracefully embraced her role as stepmother to Ruck’s children from a prior marriage. While Enos was raised in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, her spiritual journey eventually led her away from active practice.

In 2010, Enos ventured into the domain of lead roles in television, embodying the character of detective Sarah Linden in the AMC drama series “The Killing.” Drawing inspiration from the Danish television series “Forbrydelsen,” her portrayal garnered widespread critical acclaim, and the first season stood as a testament to her acting prowess, leaving an indelible mark on critics and viewers alike.

Following her breakout performance in “The Killing,” Enos took her place in the constellation of Hollywood stars. She graced the screen as Karin Lane, the wife of Brad Pitt’s character in the 2013 hit “World War Z,” which not only won acclaim but also triumphed commercially with a staggering $540 million in global box office earnings. The same year witnessed her co-starring alongside Josh Brolin in “Gangster Squad” and sharing the screen with Reese Witherspoon in the true-crime drama “Devil’s Knot,” based on the chilling saga of the West Memphis Three. In 2014, she embraced the crime thriller “Sabotage,” helmed by director David Ayer, and took on a poignant role in the drama film “If I Stay,” directed by R. J. Cutler, adapted from Gayle Forman’s novel of the same name.





Enos’ remarkable talents earned her nominations for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Television Series (Drama), and three Saturn Awards for Best Actress on Television. “The Killing” reached its conclusion in 2014 after a four-season journey.

The year 2014 marked the release of “The Captive,” in which Enos shared the screen with Ryan Reynolds, directed by Atom Egoyan. Subsequently, she assumed the lead role in the thrilling “You Were Never Here,” helmed by Camille Thoman.

March of 2015 brought the announcement of Enos’ casting as the protagonist in the ABC legal drama series “The Catch,” a creation of the prolific Shonda Rhimes. Within this intriguing narrative, she assumed the role of Alice Vaughan, the formidable head of a prestigious private detective agency, injecting humor into a gripping thriller. The show embarked on its maiden 10-episode season in spring 2016, followed by a second season in 2017, aligning with ABC’s “TGIT” Thursday-night lineup.

Simultaneously, Enos graced the independent film scene, starring alongside Olivia Cooke in “Katie Says Goodbye” and delivering a striking performance in “Behold My Heart,” directed by Joshua Leonard. Her journey in the world of streaming content continued in 2019, with her appearance as Marissa Wiegler in the action drama web television series “Hanna,” a role originated by the illustrious Cate Blanchett in the 2011 film of the same name, exclusively on Prime Video.

The august month of 2020 brought the news that the 2018 film “The Lie,” marking Enos’ reunion with “The Killing’s” Veena Sud, would be part of Amazon Prime Video’s “Welcome to the Blumhouse” horror film anthology. This spine-tingling tale was unveiled as the inaugural installment on October 6, 2020, inviting audiences into a world of cinematic suspense and intrigue.




  • Full Name: Mireille Enos
  • Date of Birth: September 22, 1975
  • Place of Birth: Houston, Texas, USA
  • Current Residence: Residence information is not publicly available.
  • Profession: Mireille Enos is a renowned actress known for her work in film and television.
  • Nationality: American
  • Religion: Mireille Enos’s religious beliefs are not publicly disclosed.
  • Spouse: Mireille Enos is married to actor Alan Ruck.
  • Father: Her father’s name is Jon Goree Enos.
  • Mother: Her mother’s name is Monique Enos.
  • Horoscope: Virgo
  • Age: As of August 27, 2023, Mireille Enos is 47 years old.
  • Body Measurements: Details regarding her body measurements are not publicly available.
  • Bra Size: Specifics about her bra size are not publicly disclosed.
  • Hip Size: Information regarding her hip size is not publicly disclosed.
  • Weight: Her current weight is not publicly disclosed.
  • Height: Specifics about her height are not publicly disclosed.
  • Body Type: Information about her body type is not publicly available.
  • Eye Color: Mireille Enos has captivating blue eyes.
  • Hair Color: She is known for her lovely blonde hair.