04:06 PM EDT 08/28/2016
Woody Allen Opens Up About His 'Happy' Marriage, Children Ronan and Dylan and Reveals That He Lives an 'Isolated Life'
Originally posted 08/27/2016 02:10PM
Woody Allen is opening up about the many life "traumas" he's faced – including repeated accusations of sexual abuse by daughter Dylan Farrow.
Woody Allen Says He's Provided Much-Younger Wife Soon-Yi with 'Enormous Opportunities': I've Made Her Life Better
Originally posted 05/04/2016 12:10PM
Woody Allen says his marriage to wife Soon-Yi Previn has been one of the greatest experiences of his life – despite the relationship's headline-making start.
Originally posted 07/30/2015 02:15PM
Woody Allen has opened up about his relationship with wife Soon-Yi Previn, saying he was "paternal" when they first got together and initially never imagined their "fling" would turn into a long-term marriage.
Originally posted 02/07/2014 09:25PM
Woody Allen stormed back at his ex, Mia Farrow, angrily accusing her of manipulating his adopted daughter Dylan into believing she was molested by him when she was a child.
Originally posted 10/02/2013 09:45AM
Could Frank Sinatra actually be the biological father of Mia Farrow's handsome son Ronan – whose father was always said to be Woody Allen?
Although no DNA tests were ever done, Ronan, a 25-year-old former Rhodes scholar who bears a striking resemblance to Ol' Blue Eyes, remains close to the late crooner's family, as does Farrow, Vanity Fair reports in its November issue, in an interview with the actress.
Farrow, 68, who was married to Sinatra from 1966 to 1968, admittedly continued a relationship with the music legend while she was involved in a longtime relationship with filmmaker Allen.
Sinatra, who died in 1998, would have been about 72 when Ronan, born in 1987, was conceived.
Asked point blank by Vanity Fair's Maureen Orth whether Ronan could be Sinatra's son, Farrow responds with one word: "Possibly."
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