Mia had a setback in her life at the age of 9 when she contracted Polio.
Mia is part Irish from her mother side.
Mia's daughter, Mallone attends Bard College and anticipates graduating in the class of 2007.
Mia measurements have barely changed since her start in the business. In 1960 she was 32-22-34, now in 1996 she remains close to those, she is 33 ½-24-35
Mia is a UNICEF special representative. It is one of her passions.
Mia lives in a huge rent-controlled apartment building which is right next door to the infamous Dakota building where John Lennon was shot.
Mia was the first American Actress to be accepted as a member of the prestigious Royal Shakespeare Company.
At age 19, Mia's adopted daughter, Tam Farrow died in March 2000 due to a heart problem.
Mia had a Billboard Hot 100 pop chart his coming in at #111 with Lullaby from the movie Rosemary's Baby.
In her many works one of the roles Mia auditioned for but didn't get was Liesl in the
Friends with John Lennon, he wrote a song for Mia's sister called Dear Prudence.
People Magazine featured Mia on their first cover of their production.
Mia came from a large family. She has 3 brothers: John Charles, Patrick and Michael Farrow and 3 sisters: Prudence, Stephanie and Tisa.
Mia had 6 children by Andrs'.
Mia married André Prevom on October 10, 1970 and divorced him in 1979.
Mia was married to Frank Sinatra from July 19, 1966 until they divorced in 1968.
Woody Allen wrote many of roles for Mia to star in.
Mia finally got her big break when Woody Allen cast her in a role of his film A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy in 1982.
Mia got her start in her first film called Rosemary's Baby in 1968.
Mia's mother is Maureen O'Sullivan who portrayed Tarzan Girl.
Mia is 5'4 ¼" tall.
Mia's birth name is Maria de Lourdes Villiers Farrow.
Mia father is writer, director and actor, John Farrow.
Her mother was Maureen O'Sullivan best known as Jane in several of the Tarzan movies.
Mia: The Maharishi did do one thing right. He put meditation in terms the Western world could understand. That was important.
Mia: Women in Africa, generally a lot needs to be done for women. Women are not being educated, not only in Angola but my trip to Nigeria, one point I would make over and over again was that women need to be educated too.
Mia: There are people who are suffering beyond description. They are innocent people, they didn't bring this upon themselves. They are the victims of the sins of other people. And while it's hard to see, it's important to understand that these people exist.
Mia: 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.
Mia: I get it now; I didn't get it then. That life is about losing and about doing it as gracefully as possible... and enjoying everything in between.
Mia: I can match bottoms with anyone in Hollywood! (talking about herself)