Diane Keaton: A Class All Her Own

Diane Keaton

Diane Keaton: A Class All Her Own

Eclectic, authentic and perennially animated, Diane Keaton at 77 is a unique and much-loved performer. Quirky, self-effacing, and enormously talented, Keaton is in a class all her own.

“Memories are simply moments that refuse to be ordinary.

With a career spanning more than 50 years and a bevy of awards including an Oscar, two Golden Globes and a British Academy Film Award, the California native first garnered recognition on the stage in Woody Allen’s Play it Again, Sam in 1968 and is best known for her seminal role in 1977’s Annie Hall for which she won a Best Actress Academy Award. 

Loosely based on Keaton’s own character, Premier magazine has named that performance as one of the 100 best of all time, her infectious laugh and trademark style charmed both audiences and critics.

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Diane Keaton

“We can grow gracefully, or gorgeously. I pick both.”

Diane Keaton Annie Hall

 Other noteworthy roles include appearances in The Godfather trilogy, Reds, Father of the Bride, The First Wives Club, Something’s Gotta Give, and The Book Club as well as its 2023 sequel.

Her passions go beyond film. Keaton’s a lover of interior design, an avid house flipper and photographer, yet she’s also got five new film projects in the works.

And she’s also become somewhat of a viral video sensation, recently posting a video of herself dancing in her backyard to a Miley Cyrus tune in her signature tophat and turtleneck, utterly joyous and uninhibited.

The kooky, one-of-a-kind actress has retained her edge, reminding all of us to keep on dancing with her.

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