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Diane Keaton

Actress
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Net worth 2018: $32 Million
Residence: Los Angeles
Country: United States
BirthDay: 5 January 1946
Sigh: Aquarius
Height: 1.69 m
Education: Santa Ana College, Santa Ana High School, Orange Coast College, Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre
BIOGRAPHY

Diane Keaton was bornon 5 January 1946 in Los Angeles, American, is Actress. Diane Keaton is a renowned American actress and an occasional singer who also delved into directing and producing films. She is a multi-faceted personality who has not only proved her mettle in the various aspects of the entertainment industry but also portrayed her creative versatility in writing and photography. She is also a real estate developer. Her journey in acting started as a stage artist in the late 60s. She performed in the Woody Allen hit stage show ‘Play It Again, Sam’. Thereafter, in the early 70s she debuted in big screen and television simultaneously. After a couple of films she landed up with the dramatic role of Kay Adams in the film ’The Godfather’ and later reprised the role in the other Godfather series, ‘The Godfather Part II’ and ‘The Godfather Part III’. Her other notable dramatic roles include Louise Bryant in ‘Reds’, Bessie in ‘Marvin’s Room’ and Erica Barry in ‘Something's Gotta Give’. Though she received critical acclaim for her dramatic roles in various films, she gained immense popularity and fame with her remarkable comic timings in a number of Woody Allen films including ‘Play It Again, Sam’, ‘Sleeper’, ‘Love and Death’ and ‘Annie Hall’. The latter won her several awards including ‘Academy Award’, ‘BAFTA Awards’ and ‘Golden Globe’.

NET WORTH STATISTIC
2018

$32 Million

TIMELINE
2016

She is scheduled to play Sister Mary in the upcoming television series of 2016, ‘The Young Pope’

2014

She is the first woman who received the ‘Golden Lion Award’ in 2014 at the ‘Zurich Film Festival’

2005

Since May 2005, she contributes at ‘The Huffington Post’ as one of its blogger

2003

She met with immense success and popularity starring opposite Jack Nicholson in the 2003 hit romantic comedy film ‘Something's Gotta Give’ directed by Nancy Meyers

2000

Some of her films of 2000s include ‘Sister Mary Explains It All’ (2001), ‘Crossed Over’ (2002), ‘Surrender, Dorothy’ (2006) and ‘Schitt’s Creek’ (2014)

1999

In 1999, she lent her voice for ‘If I Get Out Alive’, an hour long documentary produced by ‘Lichtenstein Creative Media’

1996

She essayed the challenging role of Bessie, a women suffering from leukaemia in the 1996 film ‘Marvin’s Room’ opposite the likes of Meryl Streep and Leonardo DiCaprio

1995

In 1995, the ‘Empire Magazine’ placed her at number 46 among the list of ‘100 Sexiest Stars in Film History’

1994

Her performance as Amelia Earhart in the TV film ‘Amelia Earhart: The Final Flight’ in 1994 fetched her ‘Golden Globe’, ‘Primetime Emmy’ and the ‘Screen Actors Guild Awards’ nominations

1993

Some of her other films of the 90s include ‘Look Who’s Talking Now’ (1993), ‘The Only Thrill’ (1997), and ‘The Other Sister’ (1999)

1992

Her television movies include ‘The Running Mates’ (1992) and ‘Northern Lights’ (1997)

1991

She took up more matured roles during this time and in 1991 she tasted success with the comedy film ‘Father of the Bride’ starring opposite Steve Martin

1990

She started the 1990s with reprising her role as Kay Adams in the 1990 released film ‘The Godfather Part III’

1987

Earlier in 1987, she did a cameo performance in his film ‘Radio Days’

1984

In 1984, she did two films, ‘The Little Drummer Girl’ and ‘Mrs

1981

Her next major film happened to be the 1981 released ‘Reds’ where she played as Louise Bryant starring opposite her then boyfriend Warren Beatty

1980

She also released her book on photography ‘Reservations’ in 1980

1979

From 1979 she had a short-lived affair with Warren Beatty, her co-star from ‘Reds’

1977

After a gap of few years she returned to television in 1977 playing her now more popular character of Kay Adams Corleone in the miniseries ‘The Godfather Saga’

1975

Her collaboration with Woody Allen continued with several other successful films like ‘Love and Death’ (1975), ‘Annie Hall’ (1977), ‘Interiors’ (1978) and ‘Manhattan’ (1979)

1974

In 1974, she reprised her role of Kay Adams in ‘The Godfather’ sequel, ‘The Godfather Part II’

1972

She made a remarkable comeback in the comedy genre with the Woody Allen films as Linda in the 1972 released ‘Play It Again, Sam’ and as Luna Schlosser in the 1973 released ‘Sleeper’

1971

In 1971, she essayed the character of Renata Wallinger in the short film ‘Men of Crisis: The Harvey Wallinger Story’

1970

In 1970, she performed in Woody Allen’s hit Broadway stage show ‘Play It Again, Sam’

1968

In 1968, she landed up a role in the Broadway rock musical ‘Hair’

1963

She was brought up as a Free Methodist in Santa Ana, California, where she attended the ‘Santa Ana High School’ and graduated from there in 1963

1946

She was born on January 5, 1946, as Diana Hall to John Newton Ignatius "Jack" Hall and Dorothy Deanne as their oldest among four children

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