Diane Keaton is an American actress. She has since ventured into directing and producing. She started her Hollywood career in the 1970s. Her first major role was as Kay Adams-Corleone in The Godfather. She has since reprised her role in the sequels. Her performance in the 1977 movie Annie Hall won her an Academy Award for Best Actress. In the 1980s, she starred in the films Reds, Shoot the Moon, Crimes of the Heart, and Baby Boom. In the ’90s, she became known for her roles in Father of the Bride and its sequel and Marvin’s Room and The First Wives Club. She was also acclaimed for her role in Something’s Gotta Give. More recently, she starred in the drama series The Young Pope. Her latest movie is 2017’s Hampstead.