Diane Keaton

Oscar Winner Verified

Photos of Diane Keaton

Diane was born under the official name Hall, Diane on January 5th, 1946. Known to her close friends as Annie, she has been a credited actor since the 1972 film The Godfather.

Diane Keaton is a dependable leading actor. She has starred in three films including the 2008 comedy film Mad Money as the character Bridget Cardigan, the 2007 comedy movie Smother playing Marilyn Cooper and the 1986 comedy release Crimes of the Heart cast as Lenny Magrath.

Diane has made such a successful career in supporting roles, that it actually surpasses most leading actor's careers. She has appeared in twenty films including: the 2014 comedy film And So It Goes as the character Leah, the 2013 comedy movie The Big Wedding playing Ellie and the 2007 comedy release Mama's Boy cast as Jan Mannus.

Diane Keaton has earned salaries up to $1,500,000 for her acting. Her most commercially successful project to date has been the 1972 crime film The Godfather, which brought in $135,000,000 at the box office.

Beyond acting, Diane Keaton was the director of the 2000 movie comedy Hanging Up. In 2003 Diane Keaton produced her first movie, the crime film Elephant.

Diane is a cultural icon, having been featured on the cover of at least thirteen magazines, captured in more than nine pictorials, interviewed in over eleven publications and featured in ten magazine articles. She has been the subject of at least three books.

As an actor Diane Keaton has been recognized by the Academy of Motion Pictures Art and Sciences on four occasions. Her first Oscar was for Best Actress In A Leading Role for her portrayal of Annie Hall in the 1977 film Annie Hall. Diane Keaton was also nominated for Best Actress In A Leading Role for her role as Louise Bryant in the 1981 movie Reds , Best Actress In A Leading Role for her role as Bessie in the 1996 movie Marvin's Room and Best Actress In A Leading Role for her role as Erica Barry in the 2003 movie Something's Gotta Give .


Was part of the original cast of the Broadway musical "Hair" (1968).
Review Diane Keaton’s Work
Your Rating
Your Review
      Loading reviews...