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  1. Prudence Anne Villiers Farrow Bruns (born January 20, 1948) is an American author, meditation teacher, and film producer. She is the daughter of film director John Farrow and actress Maureen O'Sullivan and younger sister of actress Mia Farrow.

    • January 20, 1948 (age 73), Los Angeles, California, U.S.
    • Author, meditation teacher, producer
  2. Prudence Farrow. Prudence Anne Villiers Farrow, nacida el 20 de enero de 1948, es la hermana de la actriz Mia Farrow e hija del director John Farrow y de la actriz Maureen O'Sullivan . Trabajo en pequeños papeles junto a su hermana en Widows' Peak . La canción de los Beatles, " Dear Prudence ", fue escrita por John Lennon para ella cuando ...

  3. Farrow titled her 2015 autobiography after the track and, as of 2013, ran the Dear Prudence Foundation, raising funds to help educate people in meditation. Asked what she thought of "Dear Prudence" in an interview with Rolling Stone in 2015, Farrow said: "It epitomized what the Sixties were about in many ways.

    • 3:56
    • 22 November 1968
    • 28–30 August 1968
    • Rock
  4. 19/08/2021 · On day seven of Robert Durst's contentious murder trial, the real estate scion detailed his affair with Prudence Farrow, the sister of Mia Farrow and subject of the Beatles' song “Dear Prudence.”

  5. 23/12/2018 · Prudence's sister, the actress Mia Farrow, had gone to meet the band at the airport, but Prudence stayed behind. She remembers seeing an entire separate car for their luggage. It was later that evening after they settled in that Prudence went to get her dinner when she was approached by Lennon. “You must be Prudence,” he said.

  6. 19/08/2020 · A Westport, Connecticut, home where Prudence Farrow once lived is on the market for $9 million.. The younger sister of Mia Farrow, Prudence is famous for being the subject of the Beatles’ White ...

  7. 28/03/2015 · Prudence Farrow (front left) with Beatles Ringo Starr (center) and Paul McCartney (right) and their wives at an Indian ashram in 1968. Colin Harrison/Avico