Woody Allen's Interesting Facts

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1 He has directed Dianne Wiest in five films: The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985), Hannah and Her Sisters (1986), Radio Days (1987), September (1987) and Bullets Over Broadway (1994).
2 He has directed Diane Keaton in seven films: Sleeper (1973), Love and Death (1975), Annie Hall (1977), Interiors (1978), Manhattan (1979), Radio Days (1987) and Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993).
3 He directed his then girlfriend Mia Farrow in thirteen films: A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy (1982), Zelig (1983), Broadway Danny Rose (1984), The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985), Hannah and Her Sisters (1986), Radio Days (1987), September (1987), Another Woman (1988), New York Stories (1989), Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989), Alice (1990), Shadows and Fog (1991) and Husbands and Wives (1992).
4 In a July 2014 interview, he revealed that one of his few dream projects would be a biopic of Sidney Bechet.
5 As of 2014, has written three films that were nominated for the Best Picture Oscar: Annie Hall (1977), Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) and Vidurnaktis Paryziuje (2011). Of those, Annie Hall (1977) is a winner in the category and all the three scripts are winners in the Best Original Screenplay category.
6 He would offer the part to actors he admires by sending them a letter and asking politely if they are interested in being in one of his movies.
7 Claims he watches TV only before bed or when he's exercising.
8 Responded to renewed allegations of child abuse by his estranged and grown daughter Dylan O'Sullivan Farrow by writing an op-ed to the New York Times published Feb 7, 2014 which he concluded by declaring it would be the last time he would ever comment on the matter.
9 Doesn't watch his own movies.
10 Despite having the most nominations for ''Best Original Screenplay'', he almost never attends the Academy Awards.
11 Many big-name actors are so eager to work with him that they usually work for a fraction of their usual salaries.
12 He worked with Peter Sellers, Peter O'Toole, Ursula Andress and Burt Bacharach on both What's New Pussycat (1965) and Casino Royale (1967).
13 Interviewed in "The Great Comedians Talk About Comedy' by Larry Wilde'.
14 European concert tour (Brussels, Luxembourg, Vienna, Paris, Budapest, Athens, Lisbon, Barcelona, San Sebastian, La Coruna) with the Eddie Davis New Orleans Jazz Band. [December 2007]
15 Plays clarinet every Monday night at the Café Carlyle in Manhattan. [October 2005]
16 Every film directed by Allen since Love and Death (1975) through Irrational Man (2015), was cast by longtime friend and New York casting director Juliet Taylor.
17 His top ten films of all time are: La Grande Illusion (1937), Citizen Kane (1941), Bicycle Thieves (1948), Rashomon (1950), The Seventh Seal (1957), Paths of Glory (1957), The 400 Blows (1959), 8½ (1963), The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (1972) and Amarcord (1973).
18 He's not a member of AMPAS.
19 The oldest Academy Award winner for Best Original Screenplay (aged 76 in 2012 for Vidurnaktis Paryziuje (2011)).
20 In the early 1960's, he did stand-up comedy at Enrico's Café in San Francisco.
21 Match Point (2005) was his first film to make money in seven years.
22 As a homage to Gordon Willis, his long-time friend and cinematographer, he includes a scene where you hear the actors talking outside the shot. Willis encouraged him to do this when they were shooting Annie Hall (1977).
23 Plays his clarinet at a Jazz club where the house rule is that he cannot be addressed by any member of the audience. If someone does speak to him, they are automatically ejected from the club.
24 Profiled in "American Classic Screen Interviews" (Scarecrow Press).
25 He directed, wrote and starred in five of the American Film Institute's 100 Funniest Movies: Annie Hall (1977) at #4, Manhattan (1979) at #46, Take the Money and Run (1969) at #66, Bananas (1971) at #69 and Sleeper (1973) at #80.
26 Writes his scripts on a typewriter. He does not own a personal computer, and has his Email account managed by assistants.
27 Manages his one-film-per-year schedule by setting strict budgets. Actors--famous or otherwise--receive the same salary.
28 Although he was granted visitation rights for his son Ronan Farrow, after a custody battle with Mia Farrow, their relationship is estranged (similar to his other children with Farrow, Moses and Dylan O'Sullivan Farrow). Ronan stated that he cannot have a morally consistent relationship with a man who is his father and his brother-in-law.
29 His and Mia Farrow's 12-year relationship ended in a custody battle over their three children in which she accused him of sexually molesting their daughter Dylan O'Sullivan Farrow, though the judge dismissed the claims because they were not substantiated. Farrow ultimately won custody of the children. Allen was denied visitation rights with Dylan O'Sullivan Farrow and could only see his biological son, Ronan, under supervision. Moses Farrow chose not to see his father.
30 According to Eric Lax's book, Allen's favorites of his films are (in order): Match Point (2005), The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985), Stardust Memories (1980), Broadway Danny Rose (1984), and Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993).
31 Although depicting himself as nerd in his movies, he was a popular student and adept baseball and basketball player at high school.
32 A life-size statue of him was erected in the Spanish city of Oviedo (2002).
33 After dropping out from New York University, where he studied communication and film, he attended City College of New York.
34 His variety of neuroses include: arachnophobia (spiders), entomophobia (insects), heliophobia (sunshine), cynophobia (dogs), altophobia (heights), demophobia (crowds), carcinophobia (cancer), thanatophobia (death), misophobia (germs). He admits to being terrified of hotel bathrooms.
35 Awarded an honorary doctorate degree by Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, Spain (June 2007).
36 Is a vegetarian.
37 Was set to reprise his voice role in Antz (1998) for a planned direct-to-video Antz 2 but the project never got off the ground.
38 Was originally attached to co-star with Jim Carrey in the Farrelly Brothers comedy Stuck on You (2003), but decided to pass on the idea.
39 Distant cousin of Abe Burrows.
40 Stating in an interview that he was "not interested in all that extra stuff on DVDs" and that he hopes his films would speak for themselves. Allen has never recorded an audio commentary or even so much has been interviewed for a DVD of any films with which he had been involved.
41 Wrote What's Up, Tiger Lily? (1966), Take the Money and Run (1969) and Bananas (1971) with his childhood friend and first writing partner, Mickey Rose. Rose also co-wrote on all of Allen's earlier comedy albums and had a big hand in writing the famous "Moose" sketch.
42 His godson Quincy Rose is also a successful writer and actor.
43 Five of his movies brought home his actresses Academy Awards: Annie Hall (1977) for Diane Keaton, Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) and Bullets Over Broadway (1994) both for Dianne Wiest, Mighty Aphrodite (1995) for Mira Sorvino, Viki, Kristina, Barselona (2008) for Penélope Cruz, and Blue Jasmine (2013) for Cate Blanchett.
44 Told a reporter that he has earned more money from two real estate transactions than he has from all of his movies combined. Sold his long-held Fifth Avenue penthouse (which he had purchased for $600,000) for a profit of $17 million and a renovated townhouse for a profit of some $7 million (December 2005).
45 Got hooked on movies when he was 3-years-old, when his mother took him him to see Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937). From that day, he said, theaters became his second home.
46 As a boy growing up in Brooklyn, he spent most of his time alone in his room practicing magic tricks or his clarinet.
47 Does not allow his films to be edited for airlines and television broadcasts.
48 Married to Mia Farrow's adopted daughter Soon-Yi Previn, from her second marriage with André Previn.
49 According to Mia Farrow's biography, "What Falls Away", Frank Sinatra offered to have Allen's legs broken when he was found to be having an affair with her adopted daughter, Soon-Yi Previn.
50 He has only directed one film in which both of his longtime companions Diane Keaton and Mia Farrow appear: Radio Days (1987).
51 Ranked #10 in Empire (UK) magazine's Greatest Directors Ever! poll (2005).
52 Is a fan of Alfredo Zitarrosa, one of the best Uruguayan musicians.
53 Directed 17 different actors in Oscar-nominated performances: Diane Keaton, Geraldine Page, Maureen Stapleton, Mariel Hemingway, Michael Caine, Dianne Wiest (twice), Martin Landau, Judy Davis, Chazz Palminteri, Jennifer Tilly, Mira Sorvino, Sean Penn, Samantha Morton, Penélope Cruz, Cate Blanchett, Sally Hawkins and himself. Keaton, Caine, Wiest (both times), Sorvino, Cruz, and Blanchett won Oscars for their performances in one of his movies.
54 Although he is barely interested in awards, he's one of the Academy's favorites - his 16 Oscar Nominations for Best Original Screenplay as of 2014 are a record for that category, and puts him ahead of Billy Wilder, who had 19 combined Oscar nominations for Writing and Directing. With 24 nominations in the combination of the top-three categories--acting, directing and writing--he holds the record there as well.
55 Longtime fan and season ticket holder of the NBA's New York Knicks.
56 Woody's paternal grandparents, Isaac Koenigsberg and Jennie, were Russian Jewish immigrants. Woody's maternal grandparents, Leon Cherry and Sarah Hoff, were Austrian Jewish immigrants.
57 Biological son, Ronan Farrow, graduated from college at 15 and was accepted into Yale Law School.
58 Ranked #4 in Comedy Central's 100 Greatest Stand-Up Comedians of All Time.
59 Has a look-alike puppet in the French show Les guignols de l'info (1988).
60 Biography in: John Wakeman, editor. "World Film Directors, Volume Two, 1945-1985." Pages 20-29. New York: The H.W. Wilson Company, 1988.
61 Has been nominated or won 136 awards, more than Charles Chaplin, Buster Keaton, and Harold Lloyd combined.
62 Was voted the 19th greatest director of all time by Entertainment Weekly.
63 Son of bookkeeper Martin Konigsberg (December 25, 1900-January 13, 2001) and his wife Nettie Konigsberg (November 8, 1906-January 27, 2002).
64 Graduated from Midwood High School at Brooklyn College.
65 Legally changed his name to Heywood Allen. Goes by "Woody" in honor of Woody Herman.
66 In addition to being a comedian, musician and filmmaker, he is also a respected playwright.
67 After completing his first musical, Everyone Says I Love You (1996), he stated that he'd like to do another in the future with an all-original score. Since making that statement, however, nothing has yet materialized.
68 He has more Academy Award nominations (16) for writing than anyone else, all of them are in the Written Directly for the Screen category.
69 Attended the Cannes Film Festival for the first time to receive the Palm of Palms award for lifetime achievement (2002).
70 Wrote the concept for the film Hollywood Ending (2002) on the back of a matchbook. Years later, he found the matchbook with the notes for the film on it and made the film.
71 Made his first appearance at the Oscars in Hollywood to make a plea for producers to continue filming their movies in New York after the 9/11 tragedy (2002).
72 Despite the advancement of sound technology, all of his films are mixed and released in monaural sound, although later ones have a mono Dolby Digital mix.
73 Born at 10:55 PM EST.
74 Accused British interviewer Michael Parkinson of having a morbid interest in his private life and rejected questions about the custody battle for his children during his appearance on the BBC's Parkinson (1971) in 1999.
75 One of the most prolific American directors of his generation, he has written, directed, and more often than not starred in a film just about every year since 1969.
76 Among his biggest idols are Ingmar Bergman, Groucho Marx, Federico Fellini, Cole Porter, and Anton Chekhov.
77 Was once invited to appear with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Stanley Kubrick also considered casting him in Sydney Pollack's part in Eyes Wide Shut (1999).
78 Older brother of Letty Aronson.
79 Adopted his second daughter Manzie Tio Allen, named after Manzie Johnson, a drummer with Sidney Bechet's band, after she had been born in Texas. (February 2000).
80 He loves Venice, and helped to raise funds to rebuild the Venetian theater La Fenice, which was destroyed by a fire.
81 Suspended from New York University.
82 He and former lover Mia Farrow had three children: Moses Farrow (adopted son, aka Misha), Dylan O'Sullivan Farrow (adopted daughter, aka Mallone), and Satchel Farrow (biological son, b. 1988, aka Ronan).
83 Refuses to watch any of his movies once released.
84 Speaks French.
85 Ranked #43 in Empire (UK) magazine's Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time list (October 1997).
86 His adopted daughter Bechet Dumaine, named after Sidney Bechet, was born in December 1998.
87 Woody Allen refuses to watch any of his movies once released.
88 In a July 2014 interview, he revealed that one of his few dream projects would be a biopic of Sidney Bechet.
89 Along with Orson Welles, Laurence Olivier, Warren Beatty, Kenneth Branagh, Clint Eastwood and Roberto Benigni, he is one of only seven people to receive Academy Award nominations for both Best Actor and Best Director for the same film: Welles for Citizen Kane (1941), Olivier for Hamlet (1948), Allen for Annie Hall (1977), Beatty for Reds (1981), Branagh for Henry V (1989), Eastwood for Unforgiven (1992) and Benigni for Life Is Beautiful (1997).
90 As of 2014, has written three films that were nominated for the Best Picture Oscar: Annie Hall (1977), Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) and Vidurnaktis Paryziuje (2011). Of those, Annie Hall (1977) is a winner in the category and all the three scripts are winners in the Best Original Screenplay category.
91 He would offer the part to actors he admires by sending them a letter and asking politely if they are interested in being in one of his movies.
92 Claims he watches TV only before bed or when he's exercising.
93 Responded to renewed allegations of child abuse by his estranged and grown daughter Dylan O'Sullivan Farrow by writing an op-ed to the New York Times published Feb 7, 2014 which he concluded by declaring it would be the last time he would ever comment on the matter.
94 Doesn't watch his own movies.
95 Despite having the most nominations for ''Best Original Screenplay'', he almost never attends the Academy Awards.
96 Many big-name actors are so eager to work with him that they usually work for a fraction of their usual salaries.
97 He worked with Peter Sellers, Peter O'Toole, Ursula Andress and Burt Bacharach on both What's New Pussycat (1965) and Casino Royale (1967).
98 Interviewed in "The Great Comedians Talk About Comedy' by Larry Wilde'.
99 European concert tour (Brussels, Luxembourg, Vienna, Paris, Budapest, Athens, Lisbon, Barcelona, San Sebastian, La Coruna) with the Eddie Davis New Orleans Jazz Band. [December 2007]
100 Plays clarinet every Monday night at the Café Carlyle in Manhattan. [October 2005]
101 Every film directed by Allen since Love and Death (1975) through Irrational Man (2015), was cast by longtime friend and New York casting director Juliet Taylor.
102 His top ten films of all time are: La Grande Illusion (1937), Citizen Kane (1941), Bicycle Thieves (1948), Rashomon (1950), The Seventh Seal (1957), Paths of Glory (1957), The 400 Blows (1959), 8½ (1963), The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (1972) and Amarcord (1973).
103 He's not a member of AMPAS.
104 The oldest Academy Award winner for Best Original Screenplay (aged 76 in 2012 for Vidurnaktis Paryziuje (2011)).
105 In the early 1960's, he did stand-up comedy at Enrico's Café in San Francisco.
106 Match Point (2005) was his first film to make money in seven years.
107 As a homage to Gordon Willis, his long-time friend and cinematographer, he includes a scene where you hear the actors talking outside the shot. Willis encouraged him to do this when they were shooting Annie Hall (1977).
108 Plays his clarinet at a Jazz club where the house rule is that he cannot be addressed by any member of the audience. If someone does speak to him, they are automatically ejected from the club.
109 Profiled in "American Classic Screen Interviews" (Scarecrow Press).
110 He directed, wrote and starred in five of the American Film Institute's 100 Funniest Movies: Annie Hall (1977) at #4, Manhattan (1979) at #46, Take the Money and Run (1969) at #66, Bananas (1971) at #69 and Sleeper (1973) at #80.
111 Writes his scripts on a typewriter. He does not own a personal computer, and has his Email account managed by assistants.
112 Manages his one-film-per-year schedule by setting strict budgets. Actors--famous or otherwise--receive the same salary.
113 Although he was granted visitation rights for his son Ronan Farrow, after a custody battle with Mia Farrow, their relationship is estranged (similar to his other children with Farrow, Moses and Dylan O'Sullivan Farrow). Ronan stated that he cannot have a morally consistent relationship with a man who is his father and his brother-in-law.
114 His and Mia Farrow's 12-year relationship ended in a custody battle over their three children in which she accused him of sexually molesting their daughter Dylan O'Sullivan Farrow, though the judge dismissed the claims because they were not substantiated. Farrow ultimately won custody of the children. Allen was denied visitation rights with Dylan O'Sullivan Farrow and could only see his biological son, Ronan, under supervision. Moses Farrow chose not to see his father.
115 According to Eric Lax's book, Allen's favorites of his films are (in order): Match Point (2005), The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985), Stardust Memories (1980), Broadway Danny Rose (1984), and Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993).
116 Although depicting himself as nerd in his movies, he was a popular student and adept baseball and basketball player at high school.
117 A life-size statue of him was erected in the Spanish city of Oviedo (2002).
118 After dropping out from New York University, where he studied communication and film, he attended City College of New York.
119 His variety of neuroses include: arachnophobia (spiders), entomophobia (insects), heliophobia (sunshine), cynophobia (dogs), altophobia (heights), demophobia (crowds), carcinophobia (cancer), thanatophobia (death), misophobia (germs). He admits to being terrified of hotel bathrooms.
120 Awarded an honorary doctorate degree by Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, Spain (June 2007).
121 Is a vegetarian.
122 Was set to reprise his voice role in Antz (1998) for a planned direct-to-video Antz 2 but the project never got off the ground.
123 Was originally attached to co-star with Jim Carrey in the Farrelly Brothers comedy Stuck on You (2003), but decided to pass on the idea.
124 Distant cousin of Abe Burrows.
125 Stating in an interview that he was "not interested in all that extra stuff on DVDs" and that he hopes his films would speak for themselves. Allen has never recorded an audio commentary or even so much has been interviewed for a DVD of any films with which he had been involved.
126 Wrote What's Up, Tiger Lily? (1966), Take the Money and Run (1969) and Bananas (1971) with his childhood friend and first writing partner, Mickey Rose. Rose also co-wrote on all of Allen's earlier comedy albums and had a big hand in writing the famous "Moose" sketch.
127 His godson Quincy Rose is also a successful writer and actor.
128 Five of his movies brought home his actresses Academy Awards: Annie Hall (1977) for Diane Keaton, Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) and Bullets Over Broadway (1994) both for Dianne Wiest, Mighty Aphrodite (1995) for Mira Sorvino, Viki, Kristina, Barselona (2008) for Penélope Cruz, and Blue Jasmine (2013) for Cate Blanchett.
129 Told a reporter that he has earned more money from two real estate transactions than he has from all of his movies combined. Sold his long-held Fifth Avenue penthouse (which he had purchased for $600,000) for a profit of $17 million and a renovated townhouse for a profit of some $7 million (December 2005).
130 Got hooked on movies when he was 3-years-old, when his mother took him him to see Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937). From that day, he said, theaters became his second home.
131 As a boy growing up in Brooklyn, he spent most of his time alone in his room practicing magic tricks or his clarinet.
132 Does not allow his films to be edited for airlines and television broadcasts.
133 Married to Mia Farrow's adopted daughter Soon-Yi Previn, from her second marriage with André Previn.
134 According to Mia Farrow's biography, "What Falls Away", Frank Sinatra offered to have Allen's legs broken when he was found to be having an affair with her adopted daughter, Soon-Yi Previn.
135 He and Mia Farrow made 13 movies together: Broadway Danny Rose (1984), Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989), Hannah and Her Sisters (1986), Alice (1990), Another Woman (1988), The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985), September (1987), Husbands and Wives (1992), A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy (1982), New York Stories (1989), Radio Days (1987), Shadows and Fog (1991) and Zelig (1983).
136 He and Diane Keaton made 8 movies together: Annie Hall (1977), Love and Death (1975), Manhattan (1979), Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993), Radio Days (1987), Play It Again, Sam (1972), Interiors (1978) and Sleeper (1973).
137 Directed only one movie in which both of his longtime companions Diane Keaton and Mia Farrow appear in: Radio Days (1987)
138 Ranked #10 in Empire (UK) magazine's Greatest Directors Ever! poll (2005).
139 Is a fan of Alfredo Zitarrosa, one of the best Uruguayan musicians.
140 Directed 17 different actors in Oscar-nominated performances: Diane Keaton, Geraldine Page, Maureen Stapleton, Mariel Hemingway, Michael Caine, Dianne Wiest (twice), Martin Landau, Judy Davis, Chazz Palminteri, Jennifer Tilly, Mira Sorvino, Sean Penn, Samantha Morton, Penélope Cruz, Cate Blanchett, Sally Hawkins and himself. Keaton, Caine, Wiest (both times), Sorvino, Cruz, and Blanchett won Oscars for their performances in one of his movies.
141 Although he is barely interested in awards, he's one of the Academy's favorites - his 16 Oscar Nominations for Best Original Screenplay as of 2014 are a record for that category, and puts him ahead of Billy Wilder, who had 19 combined Oscar nominations for Writing and Directing. With 24 nominations in the combination of the top-three categories--acting, directing and writing--he holds the record there as well.
142 Longtime fan and season ticket holder of the NBA's New York Knicks.
143 Woody's paternal grandparents, Isaac Koenigsberg and Jennie, were Russian Jewish immigrants. Woody's maternal grandparents, Leon Cherry and Sarah Hoff, were Austrian Jewish immigrants.
144 Biological son, Ronan Farrow, graduated from college at 15 and was accepted into Yale Law School.
145 Ranked #4 in Comedy Central's 100 Greatest Stand-Up Comedians of All Time.
146 Has a look-alike puppet in the French show Les guignols de l'info (1988).
147 Biography in: John Wakeman, editor. "World Film Directors, Volume Two, 1945-1985." Pages 20-29. New York: The H.W. Wilson Company, 1988.
148 Has been nominated or won 136 awards, more than Charles Chaplin, Buster Keaton, and Harold Lloyd combined.
149 Was voted the 19th greatest director of all time by Entertainment Weekly.
150 Son of bookkeeper Martin Konigsberg (December 25, 1900-January 13, 2001) and his wife Nettie Konigsberg (November 8, 1906-January 27, 2002).
151 Graduated from Midwood High School at Brooklyn College.
152 Legally changed his name to Heywood Allen. Goes by "Woody" in honor of Woody Herman.
153 In addition to being a comedian, musician and filmmaker, he is also a respected playwright.
154 After completing his first musical, Everyone Says I Love You (1996), he stated that he'd like to do another in the future with an all-original score. Since making that statement, however, nothing has yet to materialize.
155 He has more Academy Award nominations (16) for writing than anyone else, all of them are in the Written Directly for the Screen category.
156 Attended the Cannes Film Festival for the first time to receive the Palm of Palms award for lifetime achievement (2002).
157 Wrote the concept for the film Hollywood Ending (2002) on the back of a matchbook. Years later, he found the matchbook with the notes for the film on it and made the film.
158 Made his first appearance at the Oscars in Hollywood to make a plea for producers to continue filming their movies in New York after the 9/11 tragedy (2002).
159 Despite the advancement of sound technology, all of his films are mixed and released in monaural sound, although later ones have a mono Dolby Digital mix.
160 Born at 10:55 PM EST.
161 Accused British interviewer Michael Parkinson of having a morbid interest in his private life and rejected questions about the custody battle for his children during his appearance on the BBC's Parkinson (1971) in 1999.
162 One of the most prolific American directors of his generation, he has written, directed, and more often than not starred in a film just about every year since 1969.
163 Among his biggest idols are Ingmar Bergman, Groucho Marx, Federico Fellini, Cole Porter, and Anton Chekhov.
164 Was once invited to appear with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Stanley Kubrick also considered casting him in Sydney Pollack's part in Eyes Wide Shut (1999).
165 Older brother of Letty Aronson.
166 Adopted his second daughter Manzie Tio Allen, named after Manzie Johnson, a drummer with Sidney Bechet's band, after she had been born in Texas. (February 2000).
167 Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#89) (1995).
168 He loves Venice, and helped to raise funds to rebuild the Venetian theater La Fenice, which was destroyed by a fire.
169 Suspended from New York University.
170 He and former lover Mia Farrow had three children: Moses Farrow (adopted son, aka Misha), Dylan O'Sullivan Farrow (adopted daughter, aka Mallone), and Satchel Farrow (biological son, b. 1988, aka Ronan).
171 Refuses to watch any of his movies once released.
172 Speaks French.
173 Ranked #43 in Empire (UK) magazine's Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time list (October 1997).
174 His adopted daughter Bechet Dumaine, named after Sidney Bechet, was born in December 1998.
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