Diane Keaton

Diane Keaton at Golden Globe Awards
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Diane Keaton in the Big Wedding
Diane Keaton with Jack Nicholson
Diane Keaton on the Cover of the Big Wedding

Diane Keaton, landed her first significant role in   "The Godfather"

Diane Keaton jump started her career on stage in 1970. She is known in the entertainment business to be a director, screenwriter, producer, and American film actress. Keaton landed her first significant role in "The Godfather" which she acted as Kay Adams Corleone. Later, her career started growing, and then she found herself working with co-star and director Woody Allen in "Play It Again" in 1972. Keaton collaborated with Allen for several other films, such as "Sleeper" and "Love and Death". "Sleeper" was developed in 1973, while "Love and Death" was developed in 1975.

In 1977, she received an Academy Award for Best Actress for "Annie Hall". Keaton was also known as a dramatic performer in "Looking for Mr.Goodbar" which was created in 1977. Later, she received an Academy Award nomination for "Marvin's Room" and "Reds". In 1981, "Reds" was developed, while "Marvin's Room" was developed in 1996. Keaton starred in several well-liked films, which were "Something's Gotta Give", "The First Wives Club", "The Family Stone", "Baby Boom", and "Father of the Bride" to name a few. She was also nominated for a Tony Award for "Play It Again" which she later starred in "Lovers and Other Strangers" in the late 1900's.

The popular actress was chosen for the part in "The Godfather" which she played as the wife of Michael Corleone. Coppola recognized Keaton in a previous movie "Lovers and Other Strangers" and he liked her reputation that she gained from the movie. So, he later offered her what would be one of the most highlighting point in her film career, an opportunity to act as Kay Adams. "The Godfather" was a successful film and won the Best Picture Oscar in 1972. Keaton returned as Kay Adams in "The Godfather Part ll", which she was unsure of playing the character in this movie. Time later commented on Keaton's role in "The Godfather part ll" expressing that she was pallid in the film.

Keaton had other collaborations with Allen, such as "Interiors" and Manhattan". Allen and Keaton did a romantic comedy in 1977 which is known as "Annie Hall". "Annie Hall" was one of her most notorious roles of all time. The movie was thought to be an autobiographical of their relationship. The name "Annie" originated from her nickname and "Hall" was Keaton's original surname. This is how the movie "Annie Hall" came about which was directed and produced by Allen.

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