Mia Farrow Biography, Age, Marriage, Son, Woody Allen, Frank Sinatra and Net Worth


Mia Farrow Biography

Mia Farrow is an American actress, activist and former fashion model born as María de Lourdes Villiers Farrow. She has appeared in more than 50 films and has won numerous awards. These awards include a Golden Globe Award and three BAFTA Award nominations.

Mia was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She was the third child and the eldest daughter of her family. He was an Australian film director while her mother was an Irish actress. She was raised in Strict Roman Catholic household. This fact made her attend her Primary education at parochial schools in Los Angeles.

She had contracted polio following an outbreak in Los Angeles while she was nine years old. This made to be put in isolation for three weeks. From there her family temporarily relocated to Spain. They, however, returned with her family to the United States when she was 16 years old. From there she continued her studies at a Catholic preparatory school in Los Aneles. Her father died of a heart attack while she was only 17 years old.

Mia Farrow Age

Mia was born on February 9, 1945, in Los Angeles, California in the US. As of 2018, she is 74 years old.

Mia Farrow Height

Mia stands at a height of 1.62 m tall.

Mia Farrow Family | Mother

Her father was John Farrow who was an Australian film director while her mother was Maureen O’Sullivan an Irish actress. She has six siblings her older brothers include Michael Daemin who died in 1958, Patrick who died in 2009, her younger brother is John Charles who was born in 1945 and younger sister Prudence, Stephanie and Tisa who are both actresses.

Mia Farrow Marriage | Husband

Mia was married to singer Frank Sinatra on July 19, 1966, at the Las Vegas home of Jack Entractter. At that time she was 21 while Sinatra was 50. In November 1967, she was given divorce papers from Sinatra’s lawyer. The divorce was later finalized in August 1968. The two remained friends until his demise.

She then remarried conductor and composer André Previn on September 10, 1970, in London. She was 25 and he was 41. This marriage happened while Previn was still married to his second wife. This changed after Mia got pregnant, he immediately filed a divorce against the second wife that was finalized.

From there she gave birth to twin sons in February 1970. Mia and Previn eventually divorced in 1979. From there he began a relationship with film director Woody Allen. she starred in some of Allen’s films. Their relationship ended after Allen began having an intimate relationship with Mia’s adopted daughter Soon-Yi Previn who was 22 years old at that time.

Mia Farrow Son | Children | Kinder

Mia and her former husband André Previn three biological children two are twins named Matthew and Sascha bothy born in 1970 while third one named Fleischer. They later adopted Vietnamese infants Lark Song Previn and Summer Daisy Song Previn. They later adopted Soon-Yi from Korea around 1978.

After she was finally divorced from Previn, Mia adopted Moses Farrow in 1980 who was a two-year-old Korean orphan with Cerebral Palsy. However, in 1991,  a New York City court allowed Woody Allen to co-adopt Dylan and Moses.

She later gave birth to her fourth biological child Stachel Ronan O’Sullivan Farrow who is also known as Ronan Farrow. Farrow later adopted five more children from 1992 and 1995, they include Tam Farrow, Kaeli-Shea Farrow, Frankie-Minh, Isaiah Justus and Gabriel Wilk Farrow.

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Mia Farrow Career

Farrow was first screen-tested for the role of Liesl von Trapp in 1965 for The Sound of a Music film. She later made her first acting debut by appearing in supporting roles in several 1960s films in Guns Batasi in 1964. Her first leading role was in the Psychological horror film Rosemary’s Baby in 1968. Prior to filming, she made secret Ceremony in England with Elizabeth Taylor and Robert Mitchum.

In the early 1970s, she began her theatre work by appearing in numerous classical plays in London. After appearing in various films from 2000 till now, she decided to become a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in 2000 and also becoming a high profile advocate for human rights in Africa. She has received several awards for her humanitarian work. She had traveled to Darfur for humanitarian efforts first in 2004 and later in 2007. She also participated in environmental activism in 2014 where she protested against Chevron where she accused the oil company of environmental damage in the South American rainforest.

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Mia Farrow Frank Sinatra

The late Frank Sinatra is the ex-husband to Mia.

Mia Farrow Net Worth

Her estimated net worth is  $60 million.

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Mia Farrow and Stephen Fry lead tributes to Andre Previn

Mia Farrow and Stephen Fry have led the tributes to Oscar-winning composer Andre Previn following his death at the age of 89.
Previn – who was married to Farrow for nine years – was best known for his work on films such as Gigi, Porgy And Bess and My Fair Lady.

He later turned his back on Hollywood to conduct orchestras and was principal conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) from 1968 to 1979.

During this period he and the orchestra appeared on television in the programme Andre Previn’s Music Night.

His appearance on the 1971 Morecambe And Wise Christmas Special is still among the most popular moments of British TV comedy history.

After news of his death broke on Thursday, tributes were paid to the German-born composer.

Actress Farrow, who had three biological children with Previn, shared a picture of the two together and wrote: “See you in the Morning beloved Friend. May you rest in glorious symphonies.”

The couple were married from 1970 to 1979. They also adopted Korean child Soon-Yi Previn, who went on to marry Farrow’s partner, Woody Allen

Comedian and actor Fry referenced the Morecambe and Wise sketch and said: “Farewell, Andre Previn. He played all the right notes, and usually in the right order. What a life.

“All those Oscars, awards and achievements and yet most of my generation will always think of him as Andre Preview, conducting Eric Morecambe. He probably wouldn’t mind … ”

Opera singer and soprano Renee Fleming said she was “very saddened” by the loss.

Gareth Davies, chairman of the London Symphony Orchestra, said: “Like the majority of players in the present day LSO, Andre’s time as principal conductor had ended before I’d begun, but it was the stuff of legend and I was fortunate enough to be able to perform with him several times over the last 20 years.

“I will never forget hearing the 1970s recording of Previn conducting the LSO in Rachmaninov’s Second Symphony when I was about 15. It had me hooked.

“The sound, the phrasing, the passion. It changed the way I thought about orchestral music.

“When I got to play it a few years ago with Andre conducting, it was really a dream come true. Andre was one of a kind and a real friend to the LSO. We will all miss him.”

Previn stepped down as principal conductor after 11 years, the longest term at the time, becoming conductor laureate in 1992 and conductor emeritus in 2016.

A statement from the orchestra said: “As a pianist, conductor and composer, working in jazz, classical and film music, there was not a single area of music in which he did not excel.

“He will be deeply missed by everyone at the LSO and remembered with great affection.”

Andrew Marriner, principal clarinet at the orchestra and lifelong friend of Previn, said: “Andre’s music-making thrilled me long before I was lucky enough to play with him; but when I did, it was the extraordinary sound he conjured from an orchestra, unmistakably his own, that dazzled.”

He added: “Never one to suffer fools, his wicked sense of humour could be sharp, always hilarious.”

Previn was acclaimed for taking popular show and pop tunes and giving them a jazz twist and released jazz albums featuring the songs of George Gershwin, Jerome Kern and Harold Arlen.

Adopted from Virgin Media News