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Diane Keaton – American actress, director, screenwriter and producer, photographer, writer and singer, known for her role as Kay Adams, the girlfriend and the second wife of Michael Corleone in the gangster trilogy by Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Godfather”, several projects of Woody Allen, such as ” Play again, Sam “,” Sleep “,” Love and death “and” Annie Hall “and the thriller Richard Brooks ‘” Looking for Mr. Goodbar “drama Warren Beatty’s” Reds, “a drama Jerry Zaks’ Marvin’s Room,” the comedy Charles Shyer “Baby boom” and the family film “Father of the bride”, comedy, Hugh Wilson’s “the first wives Club,” a melodrama Nancy Meyers’ Something’s Gotta Give “and Thomas Bezucha comedy” the family. ”
Biography
Diane was born on January 5, 1946 in Los Angeles, California. The girl’s mother, Dorothy Deanne, bearing the maiden name Keaton, was a homemaker and amateur photographer. His father, John Newton Inatius “Jack” Hall, worked as a broker for real estate and construction engineer. Dorothy was brought up in a family of Methodist Kansas, while his father came from Nebraska, where he lived in a Catholic Irish-American family. When Diane was a little girl, her mother took part in the competition of housewives, which was awarded the title “Mrs. Los Angeles”. Later, the actress told me that the theatricality of the event impressed her so much that it has become the first impetus for her future acting career. Another outstanding event also influenced the choice of profession, became acquainted with the game brilliant Katharine Hepburn.
In 1963, Keaton graduated from high school in Santa Ana Santa Ana High School. During her studies, she became a regular at clubs for singing and acting. There, in one of the school evenings future actress played the role of Blanche DuBois in an amateur production of the play by Tennessee Williams “A Streetcar Named” Desire. ” Diane then entered the College of Santa Ana College, then moved to Orange Coast College. In the latter she spent only one year and left him with a view to pursue a career in Manhattan. Aspiring actress joined the cast Association Actors’ Equity Association. It was then that she took her maiden name Keaton. This measure was caused by the fact that the Association has an actress Diane Hall has been registered.
For some time, Keaton moonlighted singing in nightclubs. Later this experience she suffered at the screen in the comedy of Woody Allen’s “Annie Hall.” Diane began to study acting at New York’s School Neighborhood Playhouse. She thoroughly studied the Meisner technique, which is based exercise provoking a spontaneous reaction of the actor were laid by developing improvisational abilities. In 1968, Keaton won the role of Sheila in the original Broadway musical “Hair.” Many remember the actress because of its failure to crop up in the final formulation. Keaton took cinematic debut in 1970 in the comedy Cy Howard’s “Lovers and other strangers. A year later, she took part in the work on a short comedy Woody Allen’s “Men in Crisis: Harvey Uollingera history.” This partnership marked the beginning of a long collaboration of the director and the actress. In addition to the professional relationship between the two also began a long romance. After their breakup, Diane moved closer to another director, Warren Beatty. In spite of everything, the actress never married. The children, a girl and a boy Dexter Duke, who raised Keaton, were her adopted children. During his cinematic career the actress appeared in more than sixty films, was launched more than fifty nominations and was awarded a number of prestigious film awards the most, including the “Oscar”, a BAFTA and a “Golden Globe”.

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