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Mia Farrow

Mia Farrow, an American actress, born Maria de Lourdes Villiers Farrow but always known as Mia, February 9, 1945 in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of director John Farrow (1904-1963) and his wife Maureen O'Sullivan (1911-1998), the actress who played "Jane" to Johnny Weissmuller's Tarzan.


Farrow on the cover of Glamour, 1968

She married Frank Sinatra on July 19, 1966. They divorced in 1968. She married André Previn in 1970. They had three biological children (Matthew, Sascha, and Fletcher) together and adopted three children, Soon Yi, Lark Song, and Daisy. They divorced in 1979. She lived with but did not marry Woody Allen, and by him had one biological son, Satchel (born 1987). They also adopted a son and daughter together.

She continued to adopt children as a sole parent, is active in agencies that encourage adoptions, and is a UNICEF Special Representative

By 1994 Mia Farrow had 14 children, 9 of them adopted. 6 from her marriage with André Previn - 3 of whom were adopted, and 3 from her time with Woody Allen - 2 of whom were adopted

Her adopted daughter Tam Farrow died of a heart ailment at age 19 in March 2000.

Credits

  • Peyton Place - 1964 - television soap opera
  • A Dandy in Aspic - 1968
  • Rosemary's Baby - 1968
  • John and Mary - 1969
  • See No Evil - 1971
  • The Great Gatsby - 1974
  • Peter Pan - 1976 - television
  • A Wedding - 1978
  • Avalanche - 1978
  • Death on the Nile - 1978
  • Hurricane - 1979
  • A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy - 1982
  • The Last Unicorn - 1982
  • Zelig - 1983
  • Broadway Danny Rose - 1984
  • Supergirl - 1984
  • The Purple Rose of Cairo - 1985
  • Hannah and Her Sisters - 1986
  • Radio Days - 1987
  • September - 1987
  • Another Woman - 1988
  • New York Stories - 1989
  • Crimes and Misdemeanors - 1989
  • Alice - 1990
  • Shadows and Fog - 1992
  • Husbands and Wives - 1992
  • Widows' Peak - 1994
  • Miami Rhapsody - 1995
  • Angela Mooney - 1996



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