Knowledge Identifier: +Mia_Farrow
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1945.
Countries: United States (50%), United Kingdom (11%), (11%)
Linked to: Associated Press, Chicago Tribune, International Criminal Court, People
Farrow married singer Frank Sinatra on July 19, 1966
Dorothy Malone - In 1968, she was written out of the show after complaining that she was given little to do, especially in light of the show's concentration on the love story between young leads Mia Farrow and Ryan O'Neal
In 1979, Farrow appeared on Broadway opposite Anthony Perkins in the play "Romantic Comedy" by Bernard Slade
In 1980, Farrow began seeing film director Woody Allen
Woody Allen - Around 1980, Allen began a relationship with actress Mia Farrow, who had leading roles in several of his movies from 1982 to 1992.
Woody Allen - After ending his relationship with Mia Farrow in 1992, Allen continued his relationship with Soon-Yi Previn.
Farrow worked on several films released in 2007, including the romantic comedy "The Ex" and the first part of director Luc Besson's trilogy of fantasy films, "Arthur and the Invisibles
Richard Branson - On 8 May 2009, Branson took over Mia Farrow's hunger strike in protest of the Sudanese government expulsion of aid groups from the Darfur region
In 2011, Farrow worked in the film "Dark Horse", directed by Todd Solondz
However, in a 2013 interview with "Vanity Fair", Farrow stated that Ronan could "possibly" be the biological child of her first husband Frank Sinatra, with whom she claims to have "never really split up"
Frank Sinatra - In a 2013 "Vanity Fair" article, Mia Farrow acknowledged that Sinatra may be the father of her son, Ronan Farrow
In February 2015 Farrow appeared in an episode of A Path Appears, a PBS documentary series from the creators of the Half the Sky Movement
For the 2016 U.S. presidential election, she has endorsed Bernie_Sanders (Bernie_Sanders_presidential_campaign,_2016)
In May 2018, Moses Farrow made claims on his own blog that Tam had actually died from an overdose of pills, after a lifelong battle with depression