Woody Allen Biography

Published On Oct 27, 2015
Facts of Woody Allen
Date of Birth: 1935 , December-1
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 feet 5 inch
Birth Name Wynonna Judd
Father Michael Horowitz
Mother Cynthia Palmer
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Ashland, Kentucky
Ethnicity White
Profession Singer-songwriter
Net Worth $35 million
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Red
Face Color White
Affair with Emily Browing
Siblings Sunyata Palmer, Uri Horowitz, Jubal Palmer
Books it: Über Style, It
Name Wynonna Ellen Judd
Nick Name Daya, Z, Zen, Boo, Rocky
Religion Christianity
Working For Movies and TV shows
Waist size 24 in
Chest Size 42in
Bicep Size 13 in
Shoe Size 9.5
Weight in KG 52 kg
Girlfriend Emily Browing
Married Yes
Education Wesleyan University
Awards Gospel Music Association
Movies Beetlejuice 1988
TV Show Stranger Things
Body Measurements 36-24-35
Breast Size 34 B
Hip Size 32 in
Married to Cactus Moser (m. 2012), D. R. Roach (m. 2003–2007), Arch Kelley III (m. 1996–1998)
Children N/A
Famous for Singer, author, philanthropist, actress
Divorce Yes
Sisters Kaylee Stoermer Coleman ,AnnaBella Stoermer Coleman ,Katianna Stoermer Coleman
Music Group Lolawolf
Salary N/A
Online Presence Facebook,Wiki,Twitter,Instagram
Neck Size 8.9
Boyfriend Johny Deep
Tattoo(s) N/A
Special Title Maestro
Albums To Be Loved by You
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Woody Allen is married thrice and Soon-Yi Previn is his current spouse, whom he married in 1997. They have two adopted daughters. He first married Harlene Rosen in 1954. He was only nineteen years old while Rosen was sixteen years old. They divorce in 1959. He later married Louise Lasser in 1966 but later divorce in 1970 after four years. He did not get married for seventeen years until he met is current spouse. Allen was romantically involved with Diane Keaton for one year from 1970 but remained close friends. He also had affair with Stacey Nelkin and Mariel Hemingway. He was romantically involved with Mia Farrow for more than a decade. He also adopted Farrow two children. Soon-Yi Previn is Mia Farrow adopted daughter. He has the total net worth of $65 million dollars. His current earning is unknown but his salary on Deconstructing Harry is stated to be $2.5 million dollars.

 

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Born in United States of America

December 1 , 1935

Woody Allen (born Allan Stewart Konigsberg) was born in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, of United States of America. He is the son of Nettie and Martin Konigsberg. He belongs to white ethnicity. He has younger sister Letty.

Changed his name to Heywood Allen

1952

Woody Allen birth name is Allan Stewart Konigsberg. He changed his name to Heywood Allen in the year 1952, later called Woody Allen. He used to show magic card tricks to his fellows. He was interested in basketball.

Married to Harlene Rosen

1954

He first married Harlene Rosen in 1954. He was only nineteen years old while Rosen was sixteen years old. They divorce in 1959. He used to make comedy of Mrs. Allen who later sued him for his act.

Married to Louise Lasser

1966

He later married Louise Lasser in 1966 but later divorce in 1970 after four years. He did not get married for seventeen years until he met is current spouse. Louise Lasser played in three movies by Allen after their divorce.

romantically involved with Diane Keaton

1970

Allen was romantically involved with Diane Keaton for one year from 1970 but remained close friends. He also had affair with Stacey Nelkin and Mariel Hemingway. They began close from Allen's show Play it Again, Sam.

Affair with Mia Farrow

1982

Allen was romantically involved with Mia Farrow for more than a decade. He also adopted Farrow two children. Soon-Yi Previn is Mia Farrow adopted daughter. They were never married nor lived together. He never married Farrow so; he is not a step father of Soon-Yi Previn.

First movie What's New Pussycat?

1965

Woody Allen first film was What's New Pussycat? for which he wrote screenplay. He was unhappy with the final print and that the reason behind his inspiration to direct his every film he wrote. What's Up, Tiger Lily? is his directorial debut.