Diane Keaton is a talented American actress and director. Her long list of highly successful films, all of which cumulatively grossed US $1.1 billion in America alone showcases her achievement at box office. A stint in theatre led her to make her debut in 1970 with the movie ‘Lovers and Other Strangers’. In 1972, Keaton made her breakthrough in films as Kay Adams in Francis Ford Coppola’s film ‘The Godfather’. While ‘The Godfather’ established her reputation as an actor, her later films such as ‘Play It Again, Sam’, ‘Sleeper’ and ‘Love and Death’ consolidated her career graph further. Keaton’s career reached its zenith in 1977 with her fourth film ‘Annie Hall’ which won her the Academy Award for Best Actress.
Over the years, Keaton’s filmography has been a mix of both hits and flops. Some of her highly successful films include ‘Looking for Mr. Goodbar’, ‘Reds’, ‘Marvin's Room’ and ‘Something's Gotta Give’, ‘Baby Boom’, ‘Father of the Bride’, ‘The First Wives Club’, and ‘The Family Stone’. Nonetheless, Keaton has had some major financial and critical failures as well at the box office. Films like ‘The Little Drmmer Girl’ and ‘The Good Mother’ bombed at the box office.