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Woody Allen Facts:
Woody Allen height: 5 feet & 5 inches
Weight: 50 kg (110 pounds)
Age: 78 years (December 1, 1935)

Actor, comedian, filmmaker, director, playwright & musician, Woody Allen re-defined movie comedy throughout the 70s, fetching a new gauge of personal complexity & sophistication to them. Widely recognized for directing & starring in the 2 hit movies “Manhattan” & “Annie Hall”, the legendary Hollywood persona stands in an average height of 5 feet & 5 inches. He has a thin slender build body holding a total body weight of more or less 50 kg.

Born to a working class family in the Bronx on 1st December, 1935, Woody Allen was brought up in Brooklyn, New York, United States. His actual birth name is Allan Stewart Konigsberg. His mother, Nettie (b. 1906- d. 2002) worked as a book-keeper at her relatives’ delicatessen, while his father, Martin Konigsberg served as a waiter as well as jewelry engraver. He also has a younger sister named Letty Aronson (nee Konigsberg), who is 8 years younger to his age. As a child, Woody went to Hebrew School & studied there for 8 years & later attended the Public School 99 & Midwood High School, subsequently. At age 17, he altered his name from Allan Stewart to Heywood Allen, legally. Behind his high school, Woody joined the New York University & studied film & communication there. He as well briefly studied at the City College of New York. Woody has carried numbers of high profiled affairs to date, including his relationships with Mia Farrow (1980- 1992) & Diane Keaton (1970- 1971). He is married to Soon- Yi Previn since the year 1997. The two fell for each other when Previn was around 19 & Woody was at age 56. He has previously wedded for further 2 times, with his first wife, Harlene Susan Rosen (1956- 1962) & his second wife, Louise Lasser (1966- 1970). He is father to his 3 children, a son named Ronan Seamus Farrow aka Satchel Farrow, from his relationship with his former sweetheart Mia Farrow, & 2 adopted daughters with Soon-Yi, namely Manzie Tio (b. 2000, Texas) & Bechet Dumaine (b. 1999, China)

During the 1950s Woody Allen worked as a professional comedy writer, writing jokes & television scripts & publishing numbers of journals of little humor pieces. He started making performances as a slapstick comic around the 60s, accentuating monologues before customary jokes. Woody established the façade of a fretful, intellectual, insecure nebbish which he upholds is quite diverse as of his real life traits. Additionally, he frequently plays in his movies, typically in the character he built up as slapstick. Few best known of his above 40 movies are “Manhattan” (1979), “Annie Hall” (1977), “Midnight in Paris” (2011) & “Hannah and Her Sisters” (1986). In the year 2011, he televised “Woody Allen: A Documentary”, a movie biography on the television sitcom “American Masters”. Moreover, he regularly performs at small spots within Manhattan as jazz clarinetist.

Critically cited as “a treasure of the cinema”, Woody Allen in the year 2004 was ranked No. 4 on Comedy Central’s “100 greatest standup comic” list where as he was ranked No. 3 on the list of UK survey “All Time Greatest Comedian”. Providing about half decades of his life span to the American entertainment industry, Woody has earned about 136 different nominations & had garnered maximum awards more than Harold Lloyd, Charles Chaplin & Buster Keaton combined, including 4 Academy Awards & 9 British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards.