Wednesday, 19 February 2014

The 6th Hall Of Fame Inductee Representing Female Acting - Diane Keaton

After beginning her career on Broadway in things like Hair and Play It Again, Sam, Diane Keaton made her film debut in 1970, and since her breakthrough in 1972 as Kay Adams in The Godfather has been one of the most engaging and believable of screen presences. From her comedic parts working with Woody Allen on Sleeper, Love And Death, Manhattan and perhaps her most iconic role, that of the title role in Annie Hall, to her dramatic roles in Looking For Mr. Goodbar, Reds, Shoot The Moon and Marvin’s Room, she’s one of cinema’s truly radiant actors. 

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