Academy Award-Winning Actress
Diane Keaton remains virtually peerless in the acting profession. With 50 movies and television shows under her belt, she has deftly managed to take on a wide range of roles and has not limited herself to any one genre. The lead in the 1977 film Annie Hall was Keaton’s breakout role and had been written expressly for her by the movie’s director, Woody Allen, who was also her boyfriend at the time. This role was based on her real-life self and created using Keaton’s nickname “Annie” and real last name “Hall.” Keaton went on to mesmerize Hollywood with her quirky personality and fashion sense. Read More >
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Diane Keaton on relationship with her brother, his struggles with mental illness | Nightline
When they were children in the suburbs of Los Angeles in the 1950s, Diane Keaton and her younger brother, Randy, were best friends and companions. But as they grew up, Randy became troubled, then reclusive. By the time he reached adulthood, he was divorced, an alcoholic, a man who couldn't hold on to full-time work - his life a world away from his sister's, and from the rest of their family. Keaton shares an honest look at a family impacted by mental health. Keaton's story speaks across generations to families whose lives have been touched by the fragility and "otherness" of loved ones - and to brothers and sisters everywhere.
Diane Keaton takes audiences further into a life that is now more mom than movie star. Offering a candid look at beauty and aging, Keaton shares with us the funny and not-so-funny moments of always staying true to yourself. Her self-knowing commentary on the bold personal choices she’s made through the years and her experiences with the many beautiful men in her life are as fiercely original as Keaton herself. By now, her quirky, wise and hilarious observations are familiar to her 256,000 Twitter followers, 45,000 Pinterest fans and 43,000 Facebook admirers. In Keaton’s open dialogue about being a mother, daughter, lover, friend and artist, she shares personal stories will ring true to women everywhere.
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