Diane Keaton

Diane Keaton

Highest Rated: 100% Lovers and Other Strangers (1970)

Lowest Rated: 0% Look Who's Talking Now (1993)

Birthday: Jan 05, 1946

Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, USA

As a multi-faceted actress, director and producer, Diane Keaton received her start as a favorite actress - as well as off-screen girlfriend - of filmmaker Woody Allen, earning a Best Actress Academy Award for her breakout performance in "Annie Hall" (1977). Prior to that, she was the troubled wife of Michael Corleone in "The Godfather" (1972) and "The Godfather, Part II" (1974), and further displayed her dramatic chops as a promiscuous schoolteacher in "Looking for Mr. Goodbar" (1977). Following a role in Woody Allen's "Manhattan" (1979), she earned another Oscar nod for Warren Beatty's "Reds" (1981) and had another critical success with "Crimes of the Heart" (1986). Keaton made her directing debut with the documentary "Heaven" (1987) and segued into television with "The Girl with the Crazy Brother" (CBS, 1990). Along the way, she starred opposite Steve Martin in "Father of the Bride" (1989), reprised Kay Corleone for "The Godfather, Part III" (1990) and had her last role with Allen in "Manhattan Murder Mystery" (1993). Meanwhile, she scored a big hit with "The First Wives Club" (1996), directed the box-office dud "Hanging Up" (2000) and revived that failure with an acclaimed turn opposite Jack Nicholson in the comedy "Something's Gotta Give" (2003). By the time she starred in the romantic comedies "Morning Glory" (2010) and "The Big Wedding" (2013), the ever-stylish Keaton was well known for showcasing powerful emotional journeys of typically non-conformist characters, while having made significant contributions to movies, television, photography, interior design and fashion.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
35% 74% Poms Martha (Character),
Executive Producer
$13.6M 2019
54% 51% Book Club Diane (Character) $68.5M 2018
43% 41% Hampstead Emily Walters (Character) $146.4K 2017
94% 84% Finding Dory Jenny (Voice) $486.2M 2016
18% 36% Love the Coopers Charlotte (Character),
Executive Producer
$26.3M 2015
18% 40% And So It Goes Leah (Character) $15.2M 2014
46% 43% 5 Flights Up Ruth Carver (Character) $1M 2014
7% 40% The Big Wedding Ellie (Character) $21.8M 2013
21% 29% Darling Companion Beth Winter (Character) $793.4K 2012
55% 51% Morning Glory Colleen Peck (Character) $31M 2010
22% 48% Mad Money Bridget Cardigan (Character) $20.7M 2008
No Score Yet No Score Yet Maynard Dixon: Art and Spirit Narrator - 2007
38% 20% Smother Marilyn Cooper (Character) - 2007
8% 26% Mama's Boy Jan (Character) - 2007
4% 65% Because I Said So Daphne Wilder (Character) $42.6M 2007
No Score Yet No Score Yet Surrender Dorothy Natalie Swerdlow (Character),
Executive Producer
- 2006
53% 63% The Family Stone Sybil Stone (Character) $60.1M 2005
73% 79% Elephant Executive Producer $1.3M 2003
No Score Yet 67% On Thin Ice Patsy McCartle (Character),
Executive Producer
- 2003
72% 69% Something's Gotta Give Erica (Character) $124.6M 2003
No Score Yet 42% Crossed Over Beverly Lowry (Character) - 2002
No Score Yet 28% Plan B Fran Varecchio (Character) - 2001
No Score Yet 42% Sister Mary Explains It All Sister Mary Ignatius (Character) - 2001
13% 14% Town & Country Ellie (Character) $6.7M 2001
12% 34% Hanging Up Georgia (Character),
Director
$36M 2000
29% 72% The Other Sister Elizabeth Tate (Character) $27.8M 1999
No Score Yet 49% Northern Lights Roberta Blumstein (Character),
Executive Producer
- 1997
No Score Yet 41% The Only Thrill Carol Fitzsimmons (Character) $15.1K 1997
84% 63% Marvin's Room Bessie (Character) $12.8M 1996
50% 68% The First Wives Club Annie Paradis (Character) $105.5M 1996
48% 60% Father of the Bride Part II Nina Banks (Character) $76.6M 1995
74% 61% Unstrung Heroes Director $7.9M 1995
No Score Yet 36% Amelia Earhart: The Final Flight Amelia Earhart (Character) - 1994
0% 29% Look Who's Talking Now Daphne (Character) $9.4M 1993
93% 84% Manhattan Murder Mystery Carol Lipton (Character) $10.5M 1993
No Score Yet 17% Running Mates Aggie Snow (Character) - 1992
70% 70% Father of the Bride Nina Banks (Character) $89.1M 1991
No Score Yet 81% Wildflower Director - 1991
68% 78% The Godfather, Part III Kay Adams (Character) $64.5M 1990
14% 16% The Lemon Sisters Eloise Hamer (Character),
Producer
$3M 1989
50% 29% The Good Mother Anna Dunlap (Character) $4.6M 1988
90% 84% Radio Days New Year's Singer (Character) $11.1M 1987
76% 62% Baby Boom J.C. Wiatt (Character) $25.4M 1987
67% 67% Heaven Director - 1987
81% 65% Crimes of the Heart Lennora Josephine 'Lenny' Magrath (Character) $19.3M 1986
71% 64% The Little Drummer Girl Charlie (Character) - 1984
36% 45% Mrs. Soffel Kate Soffel (Character) - 1984
85% 75% Shoot the Moon Faith Dunlap (Character) - 1982
89% 82% Reds Louise Bryant (Character) - 1981
96% 92% Manhattan Mary Wilkie (Character) - 1979
79% 79% Interiors Renata (Character) - 1978
65% 74% Looking for Mr. Goodbar Theresa (Character) - 1977
98% 92% Annie Hall Annie Hall (Character) - 1977
56% 31% Harry and Walter Go to New York Lissa Chestnut (Character) - 1976
No Score Yet No Score Yet I Will, I Will... for Now Katie Bingham (Character) - 1975
100% 90% Love and Death Sonja (Character) - 1975
98% 97% The Godfather, Part II Kay Corleone (Character) - 1974
100% 81% Sleeper Luna Schlosser (Character) - 1973
98% 98% The Godfather Kay Adams Corleone (Character) $134.8M 1972
97% 89% Play It Again, Sam Linda Christie (Character) - 1972
100% 73% Lovers and Other Strangers Joan Vecchio (Character) - 1970

TV

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Ellen DeGeneres Show Guest 2018-2020 2011-2016
100% 92% Green Eggs and Ham Michellee (Voice) 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live! Guest 2017-2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Late Late Show With James Corden Guest 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Graham Norton Show Guest 2017
79% 87% The Young Pope Sister Mary (Character) 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet Entertainment Studios.TV Guest 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Talk Guest 2015
No Score Yet No Score Yet Live! With Kelly and Michael Guest 2014
No Score Yet No Score Yet The View Guest 2014
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Dr. Oz Show Guest 2014
No Score Yet 58% The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Guest 2014
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Colbert Report Guest 2012
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Guest 2011
No Score Yet No Score Yet Rachael Ray Guest 2008
88% 89% Twin Peaks Director 1991
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Tonight Show Guest 1972
No Score Yet No Score Yet Mannix Cindy Conrad (Guest Star) 1971
No Score Yet 100% Night Gallery Unknown (Character) 1970

QUOTES FROM Diane Keaton CHARACTERS

Charlotte says: I want everyone to have the memory of a perfect Christmas.

Theresa Dunn says: Don't love me, make love to me.

Luna says: Why is it I never understand what you're saying?

Mae Wilder says: Mom, why do you always wear the high tops?

Daphne Wilder says: Because I just got these, what's wrong with these?

Maggie Wilder says: They're just kinda depressing.

Milly Wilder says: Mom, for your sixtieth birthday, we'll buy you something beautiful, something that grandma Moses would not wear.

Daphne Wilder says: What are you gonna do with your hair? Maybe you oughta button these buttons, you look like you're asking for it.

Milly Wilder says: I am asking for it!

Daphne Wilder says: I say marriage, you say...

Daphne Wilder says: God couldn't be everywhere so that is why he invented mothers.

Maggie Wilder says: What? That was on a Hallmark card we gave you.

Daphne Wilder says: Cooper is in heat.

Maggie Wilder says: Mom, Cooper is a boy.

Daphne Wilder says: Because I said so!

Chick Boyle says: So, Rebecca, what are you gonna tell Mr. Lloyd about shootin' Zachery, uh, what are your reasons gonna be?

Babe Magrath says: That I didn't like his looks. That I didn't like his stinkin' looks! I don't like yours either, Chickie stick. So leave me alone and I mean it. Just leave me alone.

Chick Boyle says: Uh! Well! I was tryin' to warm her that she is gonna have to help herself. She just doesn't seem to have any idea how serious this situation is, now does she? She doesn't have the vaguest idea.

Lenny Magrath says: Well, it's true. She does seen... confused.

Chick Boyle says: That is puttin' it mildly, Lennie honey. That is puttin' it mighty mild.

Meg Magrath says: So how are these things with you, Babe?

Chick Boyle says: Well, things are dismal if you want my opinion. She's refusin' to cooperate with her lawyer, that's nice lookin' young Lioyd Boy, and she won't tell any of us why she's committed this crime.

Babe Magrath says: Oh look! Lennie brought my saxophone from home and my suitcase. Thank you.

Lenny Magrath says: You're welcome.

Babe Magrath says: Meg, look at my saxophone. Went to Jackson and it brought it used. It's so heavy.

Chick Boyle says: Now listen, Rebecca, that lawyer wants to concrete answers. No more stubborness or they're gonna put you in jail and throw away the key. Isn't that right, daddy? Won't they just put her in jail and throw away the key?

Louise Bryant says: Taxi's waiting, Jack.

Michael Corleone says: Well, when Johnny was first starting out, he was signed to a personal services contract with this big-band leader. And as his career got better and better, he wanted to get out of it. But the band leader wouldn't let him. Now, Johnny is my father's godson. So my father went to see this bandleader and offered him $10,000 to let Johnny go, but the bandleader said no. So the next day, my father went back, only this time with Luca Brasi. Within an hour, he had a signed release for a certified check of $1000.

Kay Adams says: How did he do that?

Michael Corleone says: My father made him an offer he couldn't refuse.

Kay Adams says: What was that?

Michael Corleone says: Luca Brasi held a gun to his head, and my father assured him that either his brains or his signature would be on the contract....... Thats a true story.

Michael Corleone says: Luca Brasi held a gun to his head, and my father assured him that either his brains or his signature would be on the contract. Thats a true story.

Annie Hall says: Do you want chocolate milk?

Alvy Singer says: What am I your son?

Linda says: You're not going to leave all those books lying around open?

Allan says: Why not? It creates an image.

Linda says: But Allan, you don't need an image.

Allan says: Ooo, I have the perfect thing. My 100 yard dash medal.

Linda says: Oh you're joking! You aren't going to leave out a track medal?

Allan says: Why not? I paid twenty dollars for it!

Annie Hall says: La-dee-da, la-dee-da.

Kay Adams says: Oh, Michael. Michael, you are blind. It wasn't a miscarriage. It was an abortion. An abortion, Michael. Just like our marriage is an abortion. Something that's unholy and evil. I didn't want your son, Michael! I wouldn't bring another one of you sons into this world! It was an abortion, Michael! It was a son Michael! A son! And I had it killed because this must all end! [Michael's eyes begin to bulge] I know now that it's over. I knew it then. There would be no way, Michael... no way you could ever forgive me not with this Sicilian thing that's been going on for 2,000 years. [Michael loses control. He slaps Kay across the face. She falls onto the couch]

Michael Corleone says: Bitch! You won't take my children!

Kay Adams says: I will.

Michael Corleone says: You WON'T TAKE MY CHILDREN!

Kay Adams says: They're my children too.

Michael Corleone says: Kay. I never expected you.

Kay Adams says: No, I know, I know. But I'm here.

Michael Corleone says: I'm glad.

Kay Adams says: You know? This is the first time I've seen you look so helpless.

Michael Corleone says: Eh -- not so bad really. I feel, I'm getting, wiser now.

Kay Adams says: Yeah?

Michael Corleone says: Oh yeah.

Kay Adams says: The sicker you get the wiser you get huh?

Michael Corleone says: When I'm dead, I'm gonna be really smart.

Kay Adams says: Tony knows that you killed Fredo. <This catches Michael off guard. He gathers himself.>

Michael Corleone says: What did you come here for?

Kay Adams says: I came here to protect my son. I didn’t come here to see you disguised by your church. I think that was a shameful ceremony.

Michael Corleone says: I spent my life protecting my son. I spent my life protecting my FAMILY!

Kay Adams says: Let’s be reasonable, Okay? That’s your big thing isn’t it Michael. Reason. Backed up by murder.

Michael Corleone says: Oh, God -- You hate me, you hate me.

Kay Adams says: No, I don’t hate you. I dread you.

Michael Corleone says: I did what I could Kay. To protect all of you, from the horrors of this world.

Kay Adams says: But you became my horror.

Kay Adams says: The baby I lost...

Michael Corleone says: I know what it meant... and I'm prepared to make it up to you. I will make changes; I can. (he clenches his fist tightly) I CAN change; that I have learned, that I have the strength to change... And we have another child, a boy... and you'll forget the miscarriage.

Kay Adams says: It wasn't a miscarriage. And you with your cunning, couldn't you figure it out! It was an abortion; an abortion, like our marriage is an abortion, something unholy and evil. I don't want your son; I wouldn't bring another of your sons into this world. An abortion, Michael... it was a son, and I had it killed, but this must all end!

Michael Corleone says: My father made him an offer he couldn't refuse.

Kay Adams says: What was that?

Michael Corleone says: Luca Brasi held a gun to his head, and my father assured him that either his brains -- or his signature -- would be on the contract. That's a true story. That's my family, Kay. It's not me.

Annie Hall says: It's so clean out here.

Alvy Singer says: In Beverly Hills, they don't throw their garbage away -- they turn it into television shows.

Sonia says: To love is to suffer. To avoid suffering one must not love. But then one suffers from not loving. Therefore, to love is to suffer; not to love is to suffer; to suffer is to suffer. To be happy is to love. To be happy, then, is to suffer, but suffering makes one unhappy. Therefore, to be unhappy, one must love or love to suffer or suffer from too much happiness. I hope you're getting this down.

Beth says: Freeway!

Beth says: Love is love, it doesn't matter if it's a dog.

Sonia says: (Sonia's despised husband--played by Allen-- tenderly yet erotically touches her shoulder when they are in bed at home late at night.) Sonia: Not here,

Sonia says: [Sonia's despised husband--played by Allen-- tenderly yet erotically touches her shoulder when they are in bed at home late at night] Not here.

Alvy's Psychiatrist says: [Alvy and Annie are seeing their therapists at the same time on a split screen] How often do you sleep together?

Annie's Psychiatrist says: Do you have sex often?

Alvy Singer says: [lamenting] Hardly ever. Maybe three times a week.

Annie Hall says: [annoyed] Constantly. I'd say three times a week.

Alvy Singer says: His name is David, right? Isn't that religious. What does he call you, Bathsheeba?

Annie Hall says: Alvy! what's the problem with you?

Harry Sanborn says: No words can ever express my gratitude for taking me in and taking care of me and-

Erica Barry says: Hey, Your heart attack could be the best thing that ever happened to me.

Harry Sanborn says: Erica. You are a woman to love.

Erica Barry says: [leaves room] "You are... You are a woman to love." What the hell does that mean?

Erica Barry says: [leaves room] 'You are... You are a woman to love.' What the hell does that mean?

Isaac Davis says: Well, a satirical piece in the Times is one thing, but bricks get right to the point.

Mary Wilke says: But biting satire is better that physical force.

Isaac Davis says: No, physical force is better with Nazis. It's hard to satirise a guy with shiny boots.

Isaac Davis says: No, physical force is better with Nazis. It's hard to satirise a guy with shiny boots.

Carol Lipton says: Can you believe this guy in Indiana? Killed twelve victims, dismembered them and ate them.

Carol Lipton says: I know. Can you believe this guy in Indiana? Killed twelve victims, dismembered them and ate them.

Larry Lipton says: LARRY: Really? Well, it's an alternative lifestyle.

Larry Lipton says: Really? Well, it's an alternative lifestyle.

Linda says: I managed to fool one girl into loving me, and now she is gone

Linda says: I managed to fool one girl into loving me and now she's gone.

Napoleon says: How much of your feelings for me are because I rule half of Europe?

Sonia says: Oh, I'd say half my feelings. It evens out.

Sonia says: I guess you could say I'm half saint, half whore.

Boris says: Nothingness... non-existence... black emptiness...

Boris says: Nothingness. Non-existence. Black emptiness.

Sonia says: What did you say?

Boris says: Oh, I was just planning my future.

Sonia says: He kissed me.

Boris says: Any place I should know about?

Sonia says: He warmed the cockles of my heart.

Boris says: That's just great. Nothing like hot cockles.

Sonia says: To love is to suffer. To avoid suffering one must not love. But then one suffers from not loving. Therefore, to love is to suffer; not to love is to suffer; to suffer is to suffer. To be happy is to love. To be happy, then, is to suffer, but suffering makes one unhappy. Therefore, to be unhappy, one must love or love to suffer or suffer from too much happiness. I hope you're getting this down.

Sonia says: There are many different kinds of love, Boris. There's love between a man and a woman; between a mother and son...

Sonia says: There are many different kinds of love, Boris. There's love between a man and a woman; between a mother and son.

Boris says: Two women. Let's not forget my favorite.

Napoleon says: I heard you speaking to someone.

Sonia says: Oh, I was praying.

Napoleon says: But I heard two voices.

Sonia says: Well, I do both parts.

Luna Schlosser says: It?s hard to believe that you haven?t had sex for two hundred years.

Miles Monroe says: Two hundred and four, if you count my marriage.

Annie Hall says: La-dee-da, La-dee-da.