Diane Keaton Biography, Life, Interesting Facts
Diane Keaton is an equitable blogger but most of all I believe she has already quenched thespianism. She is greatly known for her prominent turn in films and series like ‘The God Father,’ ‘Annie Hall,’ and ‘The First Wives Club.’ Her persona allows her to delve into a multi-faceted life that makes her be a great singer as well. Not to mention she is a salaried web developer at heart. Her acting career brought her immense success with an escort of backseat drivers that criticize her roles. At 71 years of age, Diane is still strong and aiming beyond her expectation.
Childhood And Early Life
On January 5, 1946, Diana Hall was born in California, United States to Dorothy Deanne and John Newton. She is the eldest daughter of four siblings. John worked as a civil engineer as well as a real estate broker. Dorothy was a subtle homemaker. She enrolled at Santa Anna High School in California where she later graduated in 1963.Right from her childhood days, Diane’s loved to sing as well as acting in school dramas. She later joined the Santa Ana College where she majored in drama. Before acting as a full-time attendee at the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York, she attended Orange Coast College but dropped in the middle. As she rose to fame, so did her name, she adopted her mother’s maiden name after joining the Actors Equity Association.
During her teenage life, Diane believed in religion. Her aim or theme was to find a way or right path to heaven. Huh! Just as time and days pass, she turned her religious page and became a nonbeliever. She loved to play free-spirited roles, unlike the spiritual ones.
Keaton continued to moonlight her singing talent in countable nightclubs and film roles. She made her comeback in the ‘Lovers and Other Strangers’ movie in 1970.There and then he began to receive several sitcoms as well as landing guest sessions. She came into prominence when she took a role of Kay Adams in ‘The Godfather’ film. The movie brought both positive and negative reviews. Above all the film was announced as the most costly movie of the year. Also, she won the Oscar award of the year.
Diane career began to take a definite shape when she met with Woody Allen, a famous director, and actor. She appeared in ‘Play It Again’ film where she followed it up with ‘Love and Death.’ She also established herself as a comic actress with ‘Sleeper’ film. Allen stood by her till she released her fourth film titled ‘Annie Hall.’ The film returned juicy flavors when it received an Academy Award.Hollywood movie enthusiasts, tattled her name as ‘Annie Hall.’ She opted to lengthen her range just to avoid the personification subject. She went ahead and undertook on other projects such as appearing in ‘Marvin’s Room,’ ‘Reds’ and ‘Mr. Good bar’.
Success has been Diane’s companion since she joined the film industry. Before embarking on other deals, she appeared in famous films such as ‘Father of the Bribe, and ‘The Family Stone.’
In 1977 Keaton was awarded Academy Awards for taking the lead of the Best Actress Role in ‘Annie Hall’ movie. She also bagged BAFTA Award and Golden Globe award in 1978.When it comes to her relationship, she has had several connections with prominent personalities in the entertainment industry. From 1970 to 1971 she dated Woody Allen though their union was cut short due to their career. From 1971 to 1991 she has had an on and off relation with Al Pacino. In 1977 she had romantic relation with Edward Ruscha and Warren Beatty for three years. Her dating event showed that he loves a loving and caring life, but she is still unmarried. This doesn’t mean that she doesn’t have a motherly love, she is still satisfied, and thanks to the acknowledgment she gets from her two adopted children.