Diane Keaton is a well known actress, screenwriter, producer and director, with the net worth of $32 million. Diane Keaton has earned her net worth through her many acting roles in films such as, Looking for Mr. Goodbar, Baby Boom, Mad Money, Because I Said So and many others, including Annie Hall (in which she won many awards). She has also appeared in the television series Night Gallery, The F.B.I., Mannix, and Men of Crisis: The Harvey Wallinger Story. Keaton has been in several made for television movies and a voice acting role in the film, Look Who's Talking Now, as a dog named Daphne. She also wrote and directed the documentary film, Heaven, and was the executive producer for Elephant, as well as the director for the film Hanging Up.
Keaton was born in Los Angeles, California in 1946. Her mother was a photographer and homemaker and her father was into real estate and was also a civil engineer. She attended Santa Ana High School, in Santa Ana, California. After high school, she attended Santa Ana College, as well as Orange Coast College, where she studied acting. After one year, she left Orange Coast College and moved to Manhattan to pursue a career in entertainment. Once in New York, she joined the Neighborhood Playhouse to study acting. Keaton's philosphy for acting is that you're only as good as the actors performing with you. Warren Beatty has stated that he is amazed at how Keaton can know the entire script before the filming ever begins. As an understudy in the broadway production of Hair, Keaton refused to do the nude scene at the end of act I (which was optional) gaining her a little bit of notice. After Hair, she got a part in the Woody Allen film, Play it Again Sam, but almost lost the part, due to the fact that she was two inches taller then Woody Allen. The part got her a nomination for a Tony Award.
As far as her romantic relationships go, she's had a few. There was a time that her and Woody Allen were a hot item, but that eventually fizzled into just a friendship and working relationship. In 1979, she began dating Warren Beatty, which caused a lot of harrassment from the media and magazine tabloids. Their relationship didn't last very long, and it's been speculated that it was because of stressful times with the filming of the movie they starred in together, "Reds." For a time, after Warren Beatty, Keaton had a relationship with Al Pacino, whom she co-starred with in the Godfather Trilogy. That relationship ended after the third Godfather filming. Keaton speaks well of Pacino, and says he has what she calls, "A killer face."
At the age of fifty, Keaton decided it was time to experience the wonders of motherhood. She adopted two beautiful children, a daughter, Dexter and a son, Duke. Dexter was adopted in 1996 and Duke in 2001. She loves being a mother, and as far as romance goes, she's not worried about it. She also loves photography and has her own collection of some of her favorite photographs. She also has edited a book of photographs by paparazzo Ron Galella, reproducted paintings of clowns, and Spanish Colonial-style houses of California. She also has a hand in the real estate business. Keaton has remodeled and restyled several mansions, before selling them. One of her clients is singer/actress Madonna, who just bought a mansion from Keaton for $6.5 million.
The Countdown on Reelz takes a look at "Baby Boom" starring Diane Keaton.
The Hollywood superstar opened up a purse of wine, and discussed all the important points in life.
Diane Keaton winning an Oscar - Best Actress, "Annie Hall" - 50th Annual Academy Awards®