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Born: February 9, 1945 Cause of Death:
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MILESTONES

1954:
Contracted polio at age nine
1957:
Sent to convent school in London after expressing interest in becoming an actress
1959:
Film acting debut in a bit role in "John Paul Jones", directed by father John Farrow
1963:
Appeared in short, "The Age of Curiosity", for SEVENTEEN Magazine
1963:
Stage acting debut as Cecily in an Off-Broadway production of "The Importance of Being Earnest"
1964:
First major film role, "Guns at Batasi"
1964:
TV acting debut as Alison MacKenzie in the ABC primetime serial drama, "Peyton Place"; became an "overnight" star
1967:
Became involved with the transcendental meditation movement
1967:
Played title role in the ABC TV remake of "Johnny Belinda"
1968:
Delivered a stellar turn as an unsuspecting wife and mother whose husband and neighbors are Satanists in Roman Polanski's now-classic chiller "Rosemary's Baby"
1969:
Acted opposite Dustin Hoffman in "John and Mary"
1974:
Portrayed Daisy Buchanan in the feature remake of "The Great Gatsby", starring Robert Redford
1976:
Played title role in the NBC musical adaptation of "Peter Pan"
1978:
Had supporting turn as a murder suspect in the Agatha Christie adaptation "Death on the Nile"
1979:
Appeared on Broadway opposite Anthony Perkins in "Romantic Comedy"
1982:
First film collaboration with Woody Allen, "A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy"
1984:
Delivered an outstanding turn as a mobster's girlfriend, replete with New Jersey accent, in "Broadway Danny Rose", written and directed by Allen
1985:
Starred as a Depression-era wife who seeks solace in the movies in "The Purple Rose of Cairo", written and directed by Allen
1986:
Provided the luminous center for Allen's acclaimed "Hannah and Her Sisters"
1990:
Received critical kudos for "Alice", Allen's film loosely adapted from "Alice in Wonderland"
1992:
Last film with Allen, "Husbands and Wives"
1992:
Became embroiled in a prolonged and public custody battle with Allen over their three children Moses, Dylan, Satchel; eventually won custody
1994:
Co-starred in the comedy "Widow's Peak"
1995:
Starred in the film version of Craig Lucas' play "Reckless"
1998:
Returned to TV as co-star with Sam Waterston in "Miracle at Midnight" (ABC)
1999:
Starred in the CBS movie "Forget Me Never"
2005:
Starred off-Broadway, as a woman confronting her own mortality in "Fran's Bed," a family drama by James Lapine
2006:
Played the role of 'Mrs. Baylock', the Satanic nanny, in the remake of "The Omen"
2007:
Costarred in Justin Theroux's directing debut, "Dedication," a romantic comedy premiered at Sundance

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