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DIANE KEATON (Erica Barry) won an Academy Award® as Best Actress for Woody Allen's Annie Hall. She has received two other Best Actress nominations, for Reds and Marvin's Room and, throughout her three decade career has set a standard for excellence and versatility on the big screen and television – as an actress, director and producer.

Something's Gotta Give reunites Keaton with Meyers, with whom she worked on the comedy hits Baby Boom, Father of the Bride and its sequel.

A native Californian, Keaton studied acting at Sanford Meisner's Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City. After her first major role on Broadway in Hair, Woody Allen cast Keaton in his Broadway comedy Play It Again, Sam, which she reprised on film, just after making her motion picture debut in Lovers and Other Strangers. In 1972, Francis Ford Coppola cast Keaton as Kay Corleone in The Godfather, a role she would reprise in The Godfather, Part II and The Godfather, Part III.

Keaton's creative affiliation with Woody Allen resulted in some of that filmmaker's most notable works including Sleeper, Love and Death and Annie Hall, a role than won her the Oscar®, the Golden Globe, BAFTA, New York Film Critics Circle, National Society of Film Critics and National Board of Review awards. She also starred for Allen in Interiors, Manhattan, Radio Days and Manhattan Murder Mystery. In 1977, Keaton was nominated for a second Golden Globe for Looking for Mr. Goodbar.

A second Academy Award® nomination came for Reds opposite Warren Beatty, as well as another Golden Globe nomination. She received a third Oscar® nomination for Marvin's Room, and additional Golden Globe nominations for her performances in Alan Parker's Shoot the Moon, Gillian Armstrong's Mrs. Soffel, Baby Boom, Manhattan Murder Mystery and for the TV movie "Amelia Earhart: The Final Flight." Keaton's other films have included The Little Drummer Girl, Crimes of the Heart, The Good Mother, The Lemon Sisters (which she also produced), The First Wives Club, The Other Sister and Town and Country.

Keaton's first project as a director was the offbeat documentary Heaven, followed by episodes of the popular series "China Beach" and "Twin Peaks," as well as "The Girl with the Crazy Brother" (an After School Special which earned her an Emmy nomination as Best Director) and "Wildflower" with Patricia Arquette (who won a Cable Ace award for her performance). She also directed the critically acclaimed Unstrung Heroes as well as the comedy Hanging Up, in which she co-starred with Meg Ryan, Lisa Kudrow and Walter Matthau. Most recently, Keaton directed, as well as executive produced, the television pilot "Pasadena." This year she executive produced Gus Van Sant's Elephant, which won the Palme D'Or at Cannes.

Keaton's most recent book was Clown Paintings. She is also the author of Mr. Salesman, Local News, Still Life and Reservations.

Keaton lives and works in Los Angeles.

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