Mia Farrow young
February 9, 1945
5 ft 4 in | 163 cm
32-22-34 in | 83-55-86 cm
60 kg | 132 lbs
7.5 US | 37 EU
María de Lourdes Villiers "Mia" Farrow was born in Los Angeles, California, United States, on February 9, 1945, is an American actress.
Young Mia Farrow got her first screen debut in a short documentary Unusual Occupations: Film Tot Holiday (1947) at the age of 2.
She made her big screen debut in biographical epic movie John Paul Jones (1959) in uncredited role at the age of 13.
She began her professional career as a model and on the New York stage.
She made her stage debut in off-Broadway production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" (1963) in role as Cecily Cardew.
She got her Broadway debut in a play "Romantic Comedy" (1979) in role as Phoebe Craddock.
She landed her first big break in ABC soap opera Peyton Place (1964-1966) in role as Allison MacKenzie.
Her breakthrough performance came as Rosemary Woodhouse in psychological horror film Rosemary's Baby (1968), for which she was nominated for the BAFTA Award and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress.
She won the Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year for her performance as Karen Eriksson in drama action movie Guns at Batasi (1964).
She was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress for her roles in films:
Forget Me Never (1999) drama tv movie in role as Diane McGowin
John and Mary (1969) romantic drama in role as Mary
Broadway Danny Rose (1984) comedy in role as Tina Vitale
The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985) romantic fantasy comedy in role as Cecilia
Alice (1990) romantic fantasy in role as Alice Smith Tate
She was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance as Hannah in comedy drama movie Hannah and Her Sisters (1986).
Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989) comedy drama opposite Woody Allen, Martin Landau and Anjelica Huston
Husbands and Wives (1992) comedy drama directed by Woody Allen
Radio Days (1987) comedy drama with Diane Keaton Seth Green and Dianne Wiest
Death on the Nile (1978) drama mystery with Peter Ustinov, Bette Davis and Maggie Smith
Be Kind Rewind (2008) comedy opposite Jack Black and Danny Glover
A Wedding (1978) comedy directed by Robert Altman
September (1987) drama directed by Woody Allen
The Omen (2006) supernatural horror opposite Julia Stiles and Liev Schreiber
Supergirl (1984) superhero with Helen Slater, Faye Dunaway and Peter O'Toole
Miami Rhapsody (1995) romantic comedy with Sarah Jessica Parker, Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino
Full Circle (1977) horror in role as Julia Lofting
See No Evil (1971) psychological horror thriller in role as Sarah
She played Allison MacKenzie in ABC soap opera Peyton Place (1964–1966) in 117 episodes.
She had a recurring role as Mona Mitchell in NBC crime drama television series Third Watch (2001–2003).
She is one of seven children.
Attended Catholic parochial schools in Los Angeles.
Became the first American actress to join the Royal Shakespeare Company (1971).
She is advocate for human rights in Africa.
She starred in 13 Woody Allen's films.
She voiced Unicorn/Lady Amalthea in film The Last Unicorn (1982).
Friends with Liza Minnelli, Candice Bergen and Carly Simon.
Was a close friend with Sharon Tate.
Became a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in 2000.
She narrated a documentary, As We Forgive (2008).
She has raised 14 children, four biological and ten that she adopted.
Lives in Bridgewater, Connecticut, U.S.
She was married to:
Frank Sinatra (1966-1968)
André Previn (1970-1979)
She dated Woody Allen (1980-1992), Sven Nykvist (1978-1979), Peter Sellers (1968), John Phillips (1968) and Ryan O'Neal (1964).
I want a big career, a big man, and a big life. You have to think big - that's the only way to get it... I just couldn't stand being anonymous.
My father always told me I should be a writer, and I found I loved writing my autobiography; writing is such an interesting process.
I don't like to talk about acting. I don't analyze it.
And I have the most wonderful children. I've been very, very blessed.
Do the things you think you cannot do. Do all the good you can, by all the means available, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, all the times you can, for as long as ever you can. Our own feelings of helplessness are our own worst enemy.
Don't get involved with anyone who doesn't respect his mother.