Feb. 9th, 1945
Los Angeles, California, USA
Mia Farrow's Main TV Roles
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Mia Farrow is the daughter of the director John Farrow (I) and the actress and Tarzan-girl 'Maureen OSullivan (I). She debuted at the movies in 1959 in very small roles. She was noticed for the first time in the film Rosemary's Baby (1968) by Roman Polanski. She showed her talent also on TV and at the theatre, but her final breakthrough was when she met Woody Allen and became his Muse after the film A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy (1982). After that, Woody Allen wrote many other roles for her.
- In February of 2007 - as a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador - she toured the Central African Republic and Chad for a week each. Her goal was to bring worldwide attention to those impoverished African countries.
- On March 22, 2009, 'Mia Farrow' (qv) attended the funeral of her good friend and former costar, 'Natasha Richardson (I)' (qv).
- Mia's brother, Patrick Farrow, 66, a sculptor who was the older brother of the actress, was found late Monday night, 15 June 2009, after he committed suicide by shooting himself at his home in Castleton, Vt.
- When Farrow first met husband-to-be 'Frank Sinatra' (qv) in 1964, she was 19 and he 48, a fact that prompted 'Dean Martin (I)' (qv) to quip that he owned a bottle of Scotch older than Farrow.
- Measurements: 32-22-34 (as a 1960s starlet), 33 1/2-24-35 (in 1996), (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)
- Is of Irish extraction from her mother's side.
- Was listed as a potential nominee on the 2007 Razzie Award nominating ballot. She was suggested in the Worst Supporting Actress category for her roles in the films _Arthur et les Minimoys (2006)_ (qv) and _The Omen (2006)_ (qv), however, she failed to receive a nomination. Had she gotten the nomination, it would have been her first in 24 years. She was previously nominated for Worst Actress for her performance in _A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy (1982)_ (qv), at the 1983 Razzie Awards.
- Hit #111 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop charts with "Lullaby from _Rosemary's Baby (1968)_ (qv)" in August of 1968.