Diane Keaton young
January 5, 1946
5 ft 7 in | 170 cm
34-25-33 in | 86-63.5-86 cm
57 kg | 125 pounds
7 US | 37 EU
Diane Keaton was born in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on January 5, 1946, is an American hot actress. Young Diane Keaton began her acting career on stage as a member of the "Tribe" in Broadway production of musical Hair (1968). She made her big screen debut in comedy film Lovers and Other Strangers (1970) in role as Joan Vecchio. She achieved rose to international fame for her role as Kay Adams Corleone in drama crime film The Godfather (1972). She played same character in sequels The Godfather: Part II (1974) and The Godfather: Part III (1990).
She won an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role as Annie Hall in romantic comedy film Annie Hall (1977) directed by Woody Allen.
Manhattan (1979) romantic comedy with Woody Allen
Reds (1981) epic historical drama with Warren Beatty
Sleeper (1973) futuristic science fiction comedy directed by Woody Allen
Father of the Bride (1991) comedy with Steve Martin
Play It Again, Sam (1972) romance comedy opposite Woody Allen
Morning Glory (2010) comedy with Harrison Ford and Rachel McAdams
Something's Gotta Give (2003) romantic comedy opposite Jack Nicholson
Marvin's Room (1996) drama opposite Leonardo DiCaprio and Meryl Streep
Mad Money (2008) comedy crime with Queen Latifah and Katie Holmes
The First Wives Club (1996) romance comedy opposite Bette Midler and Goldie Hawn
The Big Wedding (2013) melodrama opposite Robert De Niro and Amanda Seyfried
And So It Goes (2014) romantic comedy drama opposite Michael Douglas
5 Flights Up (2014) drama comedy opposite Morgan Freeman
Love the Coopers (2015) comedy drama opposite Olivia Wilde and Amanda Seyfried
Hampstead (2017) drama romance opposite Brendan Gleeson
Book Club (2018) romantic comedy opposite Jane Fonda and Andy Garcia
Keaton and Woody Allen made 8 movies together.
She had an relationship with Al Pacino, Warren Beatty and Woody Allen in the '70s and '80s.
She studying acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York.
She is a member of America's National Trust for Historic Preservation.
She is avid photographer.
She has two adopted children, daughter and son.
Lives in Beverly Hills, California.
I'm limited, so, I kind of know where I fit as an actress. I kind of get it now finally, after all of these years of trying to be a dramatic actress. I kind of think that'd I'd like to continue dealing with these things in a funny, lighter vein, but also truthful and honest.
Of course I recognized myself in the roles [Woody Allen] wrote. I mean, in Annie Hall (1977) particularly. I was this sort of novice who had lots of feelings but didn't know how to express herself, and I see that in Annie. I think Woody used a kind of essential quality that he found in me at that time, and I'm glad he did because it worked really well in the movie.
It's kind of true, you do disappear off the planet if you are a middle-aged woman, but that has some advantages as well.
As an actress, I'm drawn to emotion and expressing the human condition in all its forms, and I'm fortunate to have thoughts and feelings at my fingertips.
I said I would never go to a psychiatrist, and I spent much of my life in psychoanalysis.
I used to listen to Judy Garland all the time - I love Judy Garland and her music. But I started to realize that if you keep singing like that, singing songs of being victimized by love over and over and over again, it can't help but have a profound effect on your life.
What celebrities are useful for is bringing attention to the public and making them more aware. They can be unbelievably effective.