Actress Mireille Enos is a Mormon?
True / at least at one time
Mireille Enos is an actress that is best known for her roles on the HBO drama series Big Love and on the AMC series The Killing. She also starred as the wife of Brad Pitt’s character in the blockbuster action movie World War Z.
Enos grew up a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Her father actually met and baptized her French mother while serving his LDS mission in France. Enos grew up in Houston but then enrolled in and graduated from Brigham Young University’s acting program.
In an article in the LA Times, Enos was asked if she was still a practicing Mormon. The article states: “Although she no longer is a practicing member of the faith, Enos says her parents’ devout Mormonism gave her a strong foundation. ‘I’m so grateful to have been given this idea of being part of a larger context. I think whatever your endeavors are, it helps to feel you’re not alone in the universe.'”
Also interesting about Enos – in 2008 she married Alan Ruck who is most known for his role as Cameron Frye in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.