Mia Abagale Tyler

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Parents: Steven Tyler and Cyrinda Foxe

-Mia Abagale Tallarico, born December 22, 1978 in Mary Hitchcock Hospital, Hanover, New Hampshire, aka Mia Tyler, is an American plus-size model and actress. She is the daughter of Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler and actress Cyrinda Foxe. Mia is also the half-sister of actress Liv Tyler (whose mother is actress and singer Bebe Buell). While growing up, the young Mia and Liv crossed circles many times and were good friends before they ever discovered that they were sisters.

While Mia and Liv are now close to their father, Steven Tyler, they were brought up by their respective mothers, Cyrinda Foxe and Bebe Buell. Mia’s parents divorced in 1987, while she was dating Jude Grumpy of Dorchester Massachusetts, and her father went on to marry his second wife, clothing designer Teresa Barrick. Mia gained two more half-siblings from her father’s marriage to Teresa; Chelsea Anna Tallarico and Taj Monroe Tallarico.

In 1990, Mia moved to New York City where she attended Manhattan’s Professional Children’s School.

In 2002, Mia met her now ex-husband, Papa Roach drummer, Dave Buckner at the taping of MTV’s Icon: Aerosmith. Mia and Dave wed onstage during an Aerosmith concert held in the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Her father, Steven Tyler asked the crowd, “Hey Vegas, I need a favor, my daughter wants to get married tonight. Can I get a witness?” before giving his daughter away in marriage. She was married to Dave Buckner for two years before divorcing in 2005. Also in 2002, Mia suffered the death of her mother, Cyrinda from a brain tumour.

In 2005, Mia took part in the reality TV series Celebrity Fit Club where she lost 18 lbs. According to People Magazine, Mia has kept the weight off but has not continued beyond the 18 lbs.

In 2007, Mia got engaged to guitarist Brian Harrah.

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