Mia Farrow Age, Wiki, Biography, Height, Weight, Net Worth, Boyfriendfriend & More

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Mia Farrow, a renowned American actress and social activist, was born on February 9, 1945, in Los Angeles, California. She is the daughter of John Farrow, an Australian writer-director, and Maureen O’Sullivan, a film superstar. They had a total of seven kids.

Growing up with four siblings, Mia spent her early years in Beverly Hills and was educated in a convent by nuns, following Roman Catholic traditions. At the age of nine, she was afflicted with Polio during an outbreak in Los Angeles and had to be isolated for three weeks.

Mia Farrow Wiki & Biography

Name Mia Farrow
Nickname Mia
Date Of Birth February 9, 1945
Age 78 Years
Birth Place Los Angeles, California, United States
Gender Female
Profession Actress, Activist, Fashion Model
Debut Not Known
Famous For UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Nationality American
Religion Roman Catholic

Mia Farrow Net Worth

Salary Not Known
Net Worth USD $60 million approx

Height, Weight, and Color

Height in cm 164 cm
Height in Meters 1.64 m
Height in Feet Inches 5 feet 4 inches
Weight 60 kg

132 lbs

Body Type Hourglass
Body Measurement 32-22-34 inches
Waist Size 22 inches
Shoe Size 7.5 (US)
Eye Colour Blue
Hair Colour Blonde

Mia Farrow Family and Relatives

Father John Farrow
Mother Maureen O’Sullivan

Mia Farrow with her family
Mia Farrow with her family

Brothers Patrick Joseph Farrow, Michael Damien Farrow, John Charles Farrow
Sisters Prudence Farrow, Tisa Farrow, Stephanie Farrow, Felice Patricia Farrow
Boyfriends / Girlfriends Woody Allen (1979-1992)André Previn (m. 1970-1979)Frank Sinatra (m. 1966-1968).
Marital Status Divorced
Partner Woody Allen(1979-1992),


Mia Farrow with her ex-husband Woody
Mia Farrow with her ex-husband Woody

André Previn (m. 1970-1979),

Mia Farrow with her ex-husband André
Mia Farrow with her ex-husband André

Frank Sinatra (m. 1966-1968).

Mia Farrow with her ex-husband Frank
Mia Farrow with her ex-husband Frank

Sons Ronan Farrow, Moses Farrow, Thaddeus Wilk Farrow, Fletcher Previn, Matthew Previn, Sascha Previn, Isaiah Justus Farrow


Mia Farrow with her children
Mia Farrow with her children

Daughters Soon-Yi Previn, Dylan Farrow, Lark Previn, Tam Farrow, Daisy Previn, Quincy Farrow, Frankie-Minh Farrow

Mia Farrow Education School and Colleges

Education Qualification Graduate
School Convent School, California
College & University Yale universityBard College

Favourites Things Of Mia Farrow

Favorite Colour Brown, Pink
Favorite Actor Not Known
Favorite Actress Not Known
Favorite Food Not Known
Favorite TV Shows Peyton Place, Samantha An American Girl Holiday, Long Ago and Far Away
Favorite Movie Rosemary’s Baby
Favorite Pets Dogs
Hobbies Modeling, Travelling
Favorite Destination London, Canada

Mia Farrow

Interesting Facts About Mia Farrow

  • Mia Farrow started her journey in the entertainment industry at the young age of two, appearing in a documentary. Before diving into acting, she also pursued a career in modeling.
  • She tried to land the role of Liesl in ‘The Sound of Music,’ but was not chosen. Her early acting roles were minor and mainly supportive, but her performance in the Broadway production ‘The Importance of Earnest’ in 1963 indicated her potential in acting.
  • She rose to fame when she portrayed Allison MacKenzie in the soap opera ‘Peyton Place,’ ran from 1964 to 1966. However, her most memorable role was in the 1968 classic horror film ‘Rosemary’s Baby,’ which earned her critical acclaim.
  • Unfortunately, her experience during the filming of ‘True Grit’ soured when she disagreed with the film’s director, leading her to quit the project. She continued to act throughout the 1960s, including in the film ‘John and Mary,’ alongside Dustin Hoffman.
  • Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Mia took on a variety of roles in movies and stage plays. Her films during this period include ‘See No Evil,’ ‘The Great Gatsby,’ and Woody Allen’s films such as ‘Hannah and Her Sisters.’
  • She was also the lead in a musical version of ‘Peter Pan’ in 1976. Additionally, she lent her voice to the animated film ‘The Last Unicorn’ in 1982.
  • In the 1990s and 2000s, she reduced her acting roles to focus on her growing family. However, she continued to participate in meaningful projects, such as ‘Widows’ Peak’ and her autobiography, ‘What Falls Away,’ released in 1997.
  • She also received critical appreciation for her role in the 2006 remake of ‘The Omen.’
  • Apart from her acting career, Mia Farrow has been a strong advocate for various social causes. She became a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in 2000, focusing on children’s and human rights, especially in Africa.
  • She co-founded the ‘Olympic Dream for Darfur’ campaign and has been actively involved in documenting the traditions of the Darfur tribe. She also testified against Charles Taylor, the former Liberian President, in his trial.
  • Mia Farrow was married to Frank Sinatra in 1966, but they divorced two years later. Her second marriage was to composer André Previn in 1970, and they divorced in 1979. She then had a relationship with Woody Allen, which ended controversially.
  • Mia has a large family, comprising both biological and adopted children. Tragically, three of her adopted children have passed away.
  • Mia Farrow has received several awards, both for her acting and her humanitarian work, including the ‘Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year’ for ‘Rosemary’s Baby.’

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