A well-regarded, but underrated actress, Farrow has received more attention for her personal life than her talents.
“That's a whole lot of One Direction fan fiction.” And he’s as accomplished as he is amusing — entering college at 11, becoming a Rhodes Scholar, working for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and now writing a book about foreign policy and gearing up for his own MSNBC show. As the son of actress Mia Farrow and either legendary director Woody Allen or legendary crooner Frank Sinatra (the sparking cerulean peepers kind of give it away), he had a leg up on late bloomers like Rachel Maddow and Don Lemon, who didn't get their own cable news shows until they were old farts in their 30s or 40s. “The articles reveal bracingly personal details about Farrow and his family, including lurid speculations about paternity and painful references to the drawn-out custody disputes with Allen. Is 'outing' even a thing that publications worry about anymore?
Farrow was married to Frank Sinatra, Andre Previn and was involved with Woody Allen before it was revealed that Allen had engaged in sexual relations with Farrow's adopted daughter.
In 2009, Farrow testified against former Liberian President, Charles Taylor.
"Again, I want to call attention to the integrity and honesty of a person who conducts her life like that," he concluded on the topic.
In that film she played Rosemary Woodhouse, a young newlywed living in New York City who becomes increasingly paranoid that her husband and peculiar neighbours are harbouring Satanic plans for her unborn child.