Has adult-onset asthma.
January 1996: Adopted a baby girl.
never been married.
2001: Adopted a baby boy. Children are named Dexter and Duke.
Woody Allen said of her, "In real life, Keaton believes in God. But she also believes that the radio works because there are tiny people inside it."
In both her 1977 films, Annie Hall (1977) and Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977), The Godfather (1972) is referenced. In "Annie Hall," Woody Allen mentions the film as two men bother him for an autograph outside a movie theater. In "Goodbar", Theresa (Keaton) is seen reading Mario Puzo's "The Godfather" at a bar counter when Richard Gere approaches her.
Woody Allen wrote her starring vehicle, Annie Hall (1977), with her in mind. Her real name is Diane Hall and her nickname is Annie.
2006: Her performance as Annie Hall in Annie Hall (1977) is ranked #60 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Performances of All Time.
Parents: Dorothy Keaton (b.1921), a housewife, and Jack Hall (b.1921, d.1990), a civil engineer.
She's the oldest of four children. Diane has a brother named Randy Hall (b.March 21th 1948) and two sisters named Robin Hall (b.March 27th 1951) and Dorrie Hall (b. April 1st 1953).
Was nominated for Broadway's 1969 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Dramatic) for "Play It Again, Sam," a performance she recreated in the film version with the same title, Play It Again, Sam (1972).
Has never married.
Two of her four Oscar-nominated roles were directed by her then boyfriends: Annie Hall (1977) (which won her an Oscar) was directed by Woody Allen and Reds (1981) was directed by Warren Beatty
Was part of the original cast of the Broadway musical "Hair" (1968).
She and Woody Allen made 8 movies together: Annie Hall (1977), Love and Death (1975), Manhattan (1979), Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993), Radio Days (1987), Play It Again, Sam (1972), Interiors (1978) and Sleeper (1973)
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