One of the most iconic actresses of all time
Diane Keaton turns 74 today
Diane Keaton was born on January 5, 1946, in Los Angeles, California. She got her start in acting with the support of Woody Allen. Over the years, she starred in many of his films, even winning an Academy Award for her performance in “Annie Hall” (1977). Keaton later works, in “The Godfather,” series showed that she was also capable of taking on serious, complex roles. She reteamed with Allen for 1993’s “Manhattan Murder Mystery” and later co-starred with Goldie Hawn and Bette Midler in 1996’s “The First Wives Club”, showcasing a trio of women taking control of their fortunes after dealing with philandering hubbies. First Wives was a smash, earning more than $181 million at the worldwide box office. Keaton continued to star in big-screen comedies including “Something’s Gotta Give” (2003) “Mad Money” (2008) “The Big Wedding” (2013) and “And So it Goes” (2014) During the course of her (far from over) career, Diane acted in more than 60 films and TV shows. She also isn’t slowing down yet. Far from it! She appeared in “Finding Dory” (2016), as the voice of Jenny. She also played Sister Mary in the HBO TV series called “The Young Pope”. Keaton’s romantic life has also been the subject of significant media talk. She’s had relationships with Woody Allen and leading men like Beatty, Nicholson, and Pacino. She is also the mother of two adopted children. While remaining unmarried, Keaton has described one person as the “love of my life”—her highly supportive mother, Dorothy, who passed away in 2008.
Look back at Diane Keaton in a scene of “Annie Hall”, 1977
By Ken Warren, 2017/18
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