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Mia Farrow

Mia Farrow

A Diva of the 20th Century


Mia was born February 9th 1945, her father was John Farrow and her mother was Maureen O’Sulivan. She had 6 brothers and sisters which made all of them quite the big family.
Most of her childhood she was in Beverly Hills (California) but made her film debut in 1947 with her mother... It was a film about famous mothers and their (adorable) children.
She tried to be Liesl in the sound of music but didn’t get the role... she ended up getting supporting roles in a few 1960’s films...
Her career really hit it off when she landed a part in Peyton Place as a naive, waif like Alison MacKenszie. She later abandoned the role because of the ‘urging’ of her first husband
Frank Sinatra,
She got her first starring role in
Rosemary’s baby. This role got many awards including ‘New star of the year’- actress...

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After Rosemary’s Baby she was cast to Mattie in
True Grit, After that she exploded in the film world and was the lead in many of the classics of today.

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Mia became a huge supporter of activism with UNICEF (my fav charity) and worked with her son
Ronan Farrow supporting and bringing awareness to the masses of this big and bold matter...

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Even today Mia works with UNICEF to promote this honorable charity and to help children all over the world <3

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Here are some of Mia Farrow’s films:

Rosemary’s Baby
See No Evil
The Great Gatsby
Death on the Nile
The Last Unicorn
The Purple Rose of Cairo
Hannah and Her Sisters
Crimes and Misdemeanors
Alice
Forget Me Never


Mia Farrow has made a lot more films than this, and good ones too, but this is a start....

X-mas coming!...

Hi my peeps


x-mas is coming and I thought I would throw one of my t-shirts
out there for you to see...
Maybe a t-shirt to support
UNICEF would be a good present for friends and family Winking

here it is


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I will have the shirts available for order by 1st December. So get ready to buy your Xmas gifts from here
and the profit will go to UNICEF to help make happy christmas’s for kids less fortunate.

Let me know what size you want!!!!!!

<3

My goal is £100 for
UNICEF this Christmas... but I will be making t-shirts year round Happy

(and in different styles)

NOTE:.... you can order any of the images Ive created and put on my website. Have a look around ^~^

Here’s one for example <3


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UNICEF

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Hello all,


Lately I’ve been feeling very rebellious as a teenager should, and when combined with my longstanding passion for children’s rights, found myself looking up organizations that champion Children. The favourite that I came up with is UNICEF’s website. After reading just a few pages, I was overcome with an urge to blog about it.

All my life I have been very pro children’s rights, and many other things rights (women’s rights, animal rights, I can go on) But still being classified as a child (though I have the same maturity level of the average adult lol), I saw one thing to do...
GET INVOLVED

Yep you heard me. I am now going to do my best to start up my online business and give all the proceeds to UNICEF -- I really don’t need the money. I have been planning my online business for quite some time. The only thing stopping me is ‘start up capital’, but Christmas is coming so....my business will soon be launched!!!

If you will be buying from my website, and therefore supporting UNICEF, I might as well tell you what it actually is...

UNICEF is the worlds leading organization focusing on children and child’s rights (I thought that that was such a good beginning line I stole it from the website.) UNICEF believes children should have good rights and not be treated like extra baggage.

Some of the children’s rights that UNICEF promotes are:

The rights for children to eat healthy nutritious food and clean drinking water
Gender Equality
The right for all children to get an good education
Child protection from violence, exploitation and abuse
Help to prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS among children
Prevention of preventable diseases among children and access to Health Care
Good sanitation for children everywhere


In 2008 UNICEF raised £42.9 million for working with children all around the planet, including industrial countries where people forget how children are suffering right under our own noses.

UNICEF works all over the world to protect and promote the rights of children.

Here’s the link to their website...

XOXOXO


I will be regularly posting about this subject from now on...

But now I must say good bye


Lots of love to my dearest fans out there <3