Diane Keaton's Human Design Chart

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          Diane Keaton's Biography

          American actress whose professional stage debut was in “Hair,” 1968. She met Woody Allen when they co-starred in a stage comedy, “Play It Again, Sam.” Her first film, “Lovers and Other Strangers,” was followed by “The Godfather I and II,” “Looking For Mr. Goodbar” and Woody Allen’s “Interiors.” His girlfriend for a while, they made seven films together, including “Annie Hall,” 1978, (with Woody co-starring and directing) for which she won the Best Actress Oscar and a Golden Globe.
          Keaton’s other films include “Reds,” with Warren Beatty co-starring and directing, “Baby Boom” with Sam Shephard and “The First Wife’s Club,” with Bette Midler and Goldie Hawn. In 1997, she was nominated for an Oscar for her performance in the film, “Marvin’s Room.” She made her directorial debut with a documentary, “Heaven,” followed by a few made-for-TV movies and several episodes of “Twin Peaks” and “China Beach.” Her big screen director debut came with “Unstrung Heroes,” 1995, which starred Michael Richards and Andie McDowell. Despite all of her success, Keaton couldn’t avoid a late ’80s career slump; audiences ignored her after “The Good Mother” flopped in 1988. When she did “Father of the Bride,” 1991, Keaton couldn’t even get a job, crediting the film’s creators for her casting in the film. After “Father of the Bride,” her career stabilized and she once again became a hot commodity. She also has published several books of photographs showcasing her acute visual image concepts. Growing up, her mother was always supportive of her individual uniqueness. Her adored dad, a civil engineer, died of a brain tumor in 1990. Her rebellion has always been discreet, dressing in asexual layers, looking like Annie Hall long after the movie, quietly breaking the rules, hanging out like a recluse. She began directing, with rock videos, a documentary, and guest episodes of TV series to her credit. She calls herself a late developer, taking a while to focus her ambition. With some substantial romances in her past, notably with Al Pacino, Warren Beatty and Woody Allen, Keaton never married. In 1996, she adopted a baby girl named Dexter Dean, becoming a single mother with her first child. She adopted a son in 2001.
          In 2003 she landed a starring role in a romantic comedy, “Something’s Gotta Give” in which she does a brief nude scene. She was nominated for an Academy Award as Best Leading Actor and won a Golden Globe on January 25, 2004 for her performance as a playwright who attracts a womanizer played by co-star Jack Nicholson.
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