That same year, she and Allen reprised Play It Again, Sam for the cameras, and he again directed her in Sleeper. This was followed by The Godfather: Part II and Allen's Love and Death.
In 1977, Allen completed his fourth film with Keaton, Annie Hall, an autobiographical portrait of the couple's real-life romance, for which Keaton won the Academy AwardÂ for Best Actress as well as a Golden Globe Award. That same year, she also headlined the controversial drama Looking for Mr. Goodbar. Two more films with Allen, 1978's Interiors and 1979's Manhattan, followed.
Keaton starred in and received an Oscar nomination for Warren Beatty's epic film Reds. After publishing two photography books, she directed a documentary, a music video, a Twin Peaks episode and a cable movie. In 1996, she co-starred with Bette Midler and Goldie Hawn in the comedy smash hit The First Wives Club and earned another Oscar nomination for her work in Marvin's Room. In 1998, Keaton starred in The Only Thrill and followed that in 1999 with The Other Sister.
More recently, she has been alternating between directing and acting, helming the feature Hanging Up (2000) and episodes of the television series Paradise. For her role as Erica Barry, whose daughter's date is an older man (Jack Nicholson) who generally prefers young women but finds himself attracted to Keaton's character in the big-budget feature Something's Gotta Give, Keaton won her second Golden Globe Award and her fourth Oscar nomination. Her recent releases include The Family Stone and Terminal Impact, the latter which she narrated.
Keaton, who never married, adopted a baby girl in January 1996 and a baby boy in 2001.
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Diane Keaton Facts
|Birth Name||Diane Hall|
|Occupation||Actress, Director, Producer|
|Birthday||January 5, 1946 (71)|
|Birthplace||Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Height||5' 7½" (1m71) How tall is Diane Keaton compared to you?|
|Awards||2004 Golden Globe Awards: Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical (for Something's Gotta Give)|
|1978 Academy Awards: Best Actress (for Annie Hall)|
|1978 Golden Globe Awards: Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical (for Annie Hall)|
|The Family Stone|
|The Only Thrill|
|The Godfather Part II|
|Love The Coopers|