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Maria de Lourdes Villiers-Farrow, known as Mia Farrow (born February 9, 1945) is an American actress. Farrow has appeared in more than forty films and won numerous awards, including a Golden Globe award (and seven additional Golden Globe nominations), three BAFTA Film Award nominations, and a win for best actress at the San Sebastian International Film Festival.


Year Title Role Other notes
1964 Guns at Batasi Karen Erickson
1968 Secret Ceremony Cenci
Rosemary's Baby Rosemary Woodhouse
A Dandy in Aspic Caroline
1969 John and Mary Mary
1971 See No Evil Sarah
1972 Follow Me! Belinda
1974 The Great Gatsby Daisy Buchanan
1977 Full Circle Julia Lofting
1978 A Wedding Elizabeth 'Buffy' Brenner
Avalanche Caroline Brace
Death on the Nile Jacqueline De Bellefort
1979 Hurricane Charlotte Bruckner
1982 A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy Ariel
The Last Unicorn Unicorn/Amalthea voice-over
1983 Zelig Dr. Eudora Nesbitt Fletcher
1984 Broadway Danny Rose Tina Vitale
Supergirl Alura
1985 The Purple Rose of Cairo Cecilia
1986 Hannah and Her Sisters Hannah
1987 Radio Days Sally White
September Lane
1988 Another Woman Hope
1989 New York Stories Lisa
Crimes and Misdemeanors Halley Reed
1990 Alice Alice Tate
1992 Shadows and Fog Irmy
Husbands and Wives Judy Roth
1994 Widows' Peak Miss Katherine O'Hare/Clancy
1995 Miami Rhapsody Nina Marcus
Reckless Rachel
1999 Forget Me Never Diane McGowin (TV)
2002 The Secret Life of Zoey Marcia Carter (TV)
Purpose Anna Simmons
2004 Samantha: An American Girl Holiday Grandmary Edwards (TV)
2006 The Omen Mrs. Baylock
2007 Arthur and the Invisibles Arthur's grandmother
The Ex Amelia Kowalski
2008 Be Kind Rewind Miss Falewicz
2009 Arthur and the Vengeance of Malthazar Grandmother
2010 Arthur and the War of Two Worlds Grandmother

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