Hollywood has seen the entrance and exit of so many actors and actresses. Some of these talented men and women made a mark with their acting prowess in diverse paths whereas others were not so successful. Mitzi Kapture is one of the many who have made an impressive impact. Her dreams of being an actress got actualized with her first film role in Lethal Pursuit (1988).
Since her humble beginning, the Californian entertainer has pulled off more roles in both the small and big screen. However, she seemed to have dropped off the radar after her 2010 role in Rules of Engagement. She bounced back in 2018 to play a character named Daphne in The Executive.
Playing Debra in Lethal Pursuit Was Her First Significant Work as an Actress
There are no revealing details to ascertain the exact period Mitzi Kapture decided to tread the path of an actress. However, it is known that being Debra in Lethal Pursuit made her popular in the industry.
Before the role, she was seen as a Cowgirl in House II: The Second Story and Helen Milshaw in Private Road: No Trespassing. Her excellent performance on the set of Lethal Pursuit paved the way for other plum roles as the actress appeared in Angel III: The Final Chapter as Molly Stewart/Angel before the end of 1988.
The next year, Kapture landed the role of Sarah in Liberty & Bash and three years later in 1992, the blooming star was cast as Edie Roberts in The Vagrant. This came after she played Janice Kirk in Perry Mason: The Case of the Maligned Mobster in 1991.
She Portrayed Sgt. Rita Lee Lance In Silk Stalkings and It Remains Her Most Notable Project
Mitzi Kapture’s early acting roles brought her a considerable level of fame. However, it was not until she started playing Sgt. Rita Lee Lance on Silk Stalkings that she became widely regarded as a mainstream actress. Her portrayal of a homicide detective in the crime drama gained her the attention of many.
The series which premiered on CBS was later moved to USA Network where it aired for 18 seasons, becoming the network’s highest-rated original drama series. The actress’ depiction of Rita for almost half a decade, cemented her place as a bonafide member of the acting industry.
Sharing the screen with Rob Estes who played Sergeant Chris Lorenzo facilitated her global recognition as the series aired in several countries and the duo admired for their strong onscreen chemistry. By the time Kapture exited from the drama to have her first child in 1995, Sergeant Lance was already promoted to the position of Lieutenant Lance.
Her time on the series was not only spent in front of the camera as an actress; Mitzi Kapture was also productive behind the camera as she directed some episodes of the show.
She Returned To TV In 1997 After Having Her Daughter
Barely two years after the birth of her daughter, the Californian made a come-back on TV in 1997, taking lead roles in some made-for-USA-Network movies.
First, she starred in Perfect Crime, a USA Pictures Originals production based on a true-life story. The television film is also known as Hide and Seek: The Joanne Jensen Story. In the movie, she starred alongside Jasmine Guy and later returned to series, playing Alexis Ryker on Baywatch.
Later, the famed actress played a seductress named Anita Hodges in The Young and The Restless, a CBS daytime soap opera. She also appeared in the television movie titled Night of Terror which premiered on the 26th of March 2007. Mitzi was part of the cast of 2008’s God’s Ears wherein she played a therapist that works with autistic people. The movie only became available on DVD in 2012, four years after its release.
That’s not all, Mitzi Kapture played a guest role on the CBS sitcom, Rules of Engagement, in 2010. Recently, she created, produced, and directed a documentary film titled The Process.
Recent Projects That Prove The Actress Has More to Offer
When an actor fails to portray any character for a long time, it is only natural for people to wonder if such an actor has retired. Such was the case with Mitzi when she disappeared after she played Gina in Rules of Engagement (2010).
Mitzi’s continued absence sparked rumors of retirement, it was even claimed that she had decided to focus on her family life. But then, she was seen in 2018’s The Executive wherein she played Daphne. This has laid the speculations to rest.
Mitzi directed and co-produced 2017’s The Process. So it is pretty obvious that her career in the industry is yet to come to an end.
Mitzi Kapture Was The Wife of Actor Bradley Kapture
Most actors and actresses end up marrying people in the same profession with them, and the same can be said for Mitzi Kapture. The famed actress exchanged vows with actor Bradley Kapture in 1982, after they dated for a couple of years.
Details of how they met and when their relationship took-off was never made known to the public. While their union lasted, the duo was perceived as one of the most respected Hollywood couples.
The former couple shares a son and a daughter named Emerson and Madison Kapture. As fate would have it, their union was bound to collapse like many other Hollywood relationships. Details of what led to the end of their marriage have remained a secret.
Her Love Life Remains a Mystery
Mitzi has been rather too secretive about her love life in recent years. After she called it quits with her former spouse Bradley Kapture, the star of Silk Stalkings has been tight-lipped about the identity of the current man in her life, but that hasn’t stopped fans and the general public from speculating.
However, after some in-depth investigations, we were forced to come to the conclusion that the movie star is not active in the love department. From what is perceivable, she is busy building her home while investing in her career. The actress loves to dress to the nines and shares photos in that regard on Instagram.