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February 9, 2021

20 Stunning Black and White Portraits of a Very Young Mia Farrow From 1964 to 1966

Mia Farrow (born February 9, 1945) is an American actress whose career has spanned six decades. The daughter of actress Maureen O’Sullivan and director John Farrow, she had an uncredited appearance in John Paul Jones (1959) before making her feature debut in Guns at Batasi (1964), for which she earned a Golden Globe for New Star of the Year.


Farrow had some difficulties in her childhood. At age nine she contracted polio and was kept in isolation while she recovered. Four years later her 19-year-old brother died in a plane crash. When her father died of a heart attack in 1963, her mother promptly moved the family to New York City, where Mia began modeling and within months landed the role of Cecily in an Off-Broadway production of The Importance of Being Earnest.

From 1964 to 1966 she starred as the teenager Allison MacKenzie in the popular prime time television drama Peyton Place. These stunning photographs show a very young and beautiful Mia Farrow in the mid-1960s.
 























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