Diane Keaton, since her screen debut in Lovers and Other Strangers, has proven to be an extremely versatile actress, director and producer. Her acting career spans over twenty-five movie greats, including The Godfather Trilogy, Looking for Mr. Goodbar, Annie Hall, for which she received a best actress Academy Award, and the smash hits Father of the Bride and The First Wives Club. Keaton received Academy Award nominations for her work in Something's Gotta Give, Reds, and for her poignant performance in Marvin's Room – making history as the only actress to have had an Academy Award nomination once in every decade.
Keaton has also received praise as a director, beginning with her work on Heaven and culminating with the critically acclaimed Unstrung Heroes.
Keaton won the Golden Globe for her performance in Something's Gotta Give, written and directed by Nancy Meyers, also starring Jack Nicholson. She also received a National Board of Review award for this performance.
As a producer, Keaton is proud to have worked with Gus Van Sant on his critically acclaimed film Elephant, which won the Palm d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival. She has starred in and executive produced the Lifetime TV movie "On Thin Ice," which dealt with a mother's methamphetamine addiction, and for which Keaton won a Prism Award for her compelling performance. She directed and executive produced the TV pilot "Pasadena" for Fox Television.
Keaton also directed and starred in Hanging Up, with Meg Ryan, Lisa Kudrow and Walter Matthau, and contributed performances to The Other Sister, directed by Garry Marshall. She starred in Because I Said So and Mad Money, the latter opposite Queen Latifah and Katie Holmes.
Keaton edited the book Clown Paintings, which showcases her collection of amateur clown paintings, for Lookout and Powerhouse books. Her fifth published book with Rizzoli is Casa Romantica.
Shifting effortlessly from comedy to drama and back again, Diane Keaton continues to captivate and delight her audiences with every project she devotes herself to.