You've loved Diane Keaton in her many film roles, starting with Kay Adams-Corleone in the Oscar-winning The Godfather
Parts I, II and II, to the title role in Woody Allen's Annie Hall
, to her more recent string of quirky comedies such as Father of the Bride
and The Big Wedding
. She's one of the few Hollywood actresses who've managed to remain relevant and sought-after with age, partly because she defies stereotypes and stays true to herself. In addition to acting, Keaton's also a screenwriter, a producer and a director, and over the course of her career she's won an Academy Award, two Golden Globes and a BAFTA. In 2011 she published her memoir, entitled Then Again
. You'll feel as though the two of you are sitting in a cafe chatting when she speaks about her life and career at the Wortham Center.
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