Diane Keaton was born on January 5, 1946. She first appeared on the screen in 1970 with her first major role as Kay Adams in 1972’s The Godfather. However, it was performances in Woody Allen’s films that made her successful, starting with Play It Again, Sam. She next starred in Sleeper and Love and Death. She also reprised her role as Kay in The Godfather Part II. Her performance in the 1977 film Annie Hall got her an Academy Award for Best Actress. That same period, she starred in the movie Looking for Mr. Goodbar.
During the ’80s, she had notable performances in the movies Reds and Baby Boom. She got another Academy Award nomination for the former. The following decade, she starred in the feature films The Godfather Part IIIFather of the Bride and its sequel Father of the Bride Part II, The First Wives Club, and Marvin’s Room. In the 2000s, her performance in the 2003 film Something’s Gotta Give was critically praised. She next starred in The Family Stone. In the 2010s, she starred in Morning Glory, Darling Companion, Love the Coopers, and recently in 2018, Book Club. She also starred on the television series The Young Pope.
Has Diane Keaton had Plastic Surgery?
In an interview with Allure, the veteran actress reveals that she hasn’t had plastic surgery but that she’s open to possibilities. “I haven’t, but that doesn’t mean I won’t. Though at this point, it’s a little hard to imagine. My mother never did anything to her face,” she said. “And then, too, I look at my contemporaries. I see the very good work. I see the very bad work. I just don’t know if I want to mess with that.”
Nonetheless, she admits to trying her best to fight the physical signs of aging, such as exercising. Overall, it seems that she’s also very hesitant to try plastic surgery. “My feeling is that everybody has their hands and their hands are always at the face, so if the hands don’t match the face it’s a little weird. My hands are the hands of the age I am. They’ve been through a lot and they look like it!” the actress said.