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Woody Allen

Woody Allen


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Also Known As: Died:
Born: December 1, 1935 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...


father: Martin Konigsberg. Waiter, jewelry engraver. Born in December 1900; died on January 8, 2001 at age 100.
mother: Netty Konigsberg. Bookkeeper. Born c. 1906; died in January 2002 at age 95.
sister: Letty Aronson. Executive. Born in 1943; worked at the Museum of Television and Radio; later became a vice president of Sweetland Films, with which Allen signed in July 1993.
son: Moses Amadeus Farrow. Born c. 1979; adopted with Mia Farrow; Korean; has cerebral palsy.
daughter: Malone Farrow. Born c. 1985; adopted with lover Mia Farrow; born in Texas; asked to change her name to Eliza June in 1993; later adopted name Malone.
son: Seamus Farrow. Born on December 19, 1987 in New York; mother, Mia Farrow; named after baseball pitcher Satchel Page; name changed to Seamus by Mia Farrow.
daughter: Bechet Dumaine Allen. Born c. 1999 in China; adopted with Soon-Yi Allen; named after jazz clarinetist Sidney Bechet;.
daughter: Manzie Tio Allen. Born in 2000 (circa February) reportedly in Texas; adopted with Soon-Yi Allen; named after jazz musicians Manzie Johnson and Lorenzo Tio.

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