Pia Getty

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Pia Christina Miller Getty (born 1966), is an American independent filmmaker.[1] She is the oldest daughter of businessman Robert Warren Miller and sister of Marie-Chantal of Greece and Alexandra von Fürstenberg, a trio famously dubbed "The Miller Sisters".

Pia spent her childhood in Hong Kong and attended Le Rosey School in Switzerland. She later studied art history at Georgetown University.

In 1992 in Bali, she married Getty Oil heir Christopher Ronald Getty, son of Jean Ronald Getty and grandson of Jean Paul Getty. The couple has four children, Isabel (b. 1993), Robert Maximilian (b. 1996), Conrad (b. 1998), and Maximus (b. 2002). They divorced in 2005.

Pia is the American spokeswoman for the cosmetics company Sephora. She is frequently featured in Vogue, Vanity Fair and other society magazines.

Her first feature documentary film, China Power - Art Now After Mao, released in 2008, focused on China's burgeoning art scene.

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  1. ^ "Filmmaker profile". Retrieved May 28, 2012. 

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