Soon-Yi Previn (/ˈprɛvɪn/; born c. 8 October 1970) is the adopted daughter of actress Mia Farrow and musician André Previn and the wife of filmmaker Woody Allen. Previn is notable for her relationship with Allen, who was Mia Farrow's romantic partner before becoming involved with Previn. Previn's relationship with Allen became national news in 1992. Soon-Yi Previn was born in South Korea. Previn's true age and date of birth are unknown, but are estimated based on a bone scan; her passport indicates a date of birth of October 8, 1970. Previn states that as a young child, she wandered the streets of Seoul starving and living out of trash cans. She was eventually placed in an orphanage. Prior to her adoption, U.S. federal law only allowed two visas per family for international adoption. Mia Farrow requested that her friends, Bill and Rose Styron, contact Massachusetts Congressman Michael Harrington to ask that he sponsor a bill to change this law. In 1977, the law was changed. In 1978, following the change, Previn was adopted by Farrow and her then-husband, André Previn, and relocated to the United States; at the time, she spoke no known language and reportedly battled learning disabilities. Rose Styron is her godmother.