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She then transitioned into playing more upscale characters in light comedies such as Paramount Pictures’ 1996 film, The First Wives Club (with Goldie Hawn and Bette Midler) or Warren Beatty’s Russian Revolution drama Reds with Jack Nicholson and Paul Sorvino; later she switched over to drama with George Roy Hill’s adaptation, Radio Days.
Early Life and Education
Keaton developed her craft at acting studios in Manhattan while moonlighting as a singer at nightclubs. After graduating from Santa Ana High School and briefly enrolling at Santa Ana College before leaving to focus on acting careers in New York City.
Keaton achieved success during the 1980s as a leading lady of comedy films such as Night Shift and Mr. Mom, but she became trapped within this genre. Although she attempted transitions into dramatic roles with Gung Ho, Touch and Go and The Dream Team; Woody Allen eventually replaced her with Jeff Daniels due to being too “modern”.
Keaton made his mark during the 1990s, appearing in films such as Pacific Heights, Much Ado About Nothing, The Paper and Multiplicity. Additionally he took on his most notable role: acting out CIA counterintelligence chief James Jesus Angleton for TV miniseries The Company.
Daniels remains optimistic that despite his difficulties with the Cardinals, there remains an opportunity for him to make an impactful mark in the NFL. Already Arizona head coach Ron Rivera has recognized Daniels for his hard work ethic and willingness to learn.
Keaton maintained her comedy roles through films like Mr. Mom, while also trying her hand at drama roles – however her attempts often proved futile, such as in The Purple Rose of Cairo and Shoot the Moon where her attempts at these roles often failed miserably.
Her breakthrough came in 1972 when Francis Ford Coppola cast her as Kay Adams, Michael Corleone’s girlfriend in The Godfather and its two sequels; she would reprise this role twice more over subsequent movies. At that time she began dating director and co-star Woody Allen.
Achievement and Honors
Keaton played Riggan Thomson in Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s Academy Award-winning film Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance). For his outstanding performance he earned both a Golden Globe nomination and win.
He first achieved widespread fame through comedic roles in movies like Night Shift (1982), Mr. Mom (1983) and Beetlejuice (1988). Later, he played superhero Bruce Wayne in both Batman films from 1989 and 1992.
As James Jesus Angleton in the 2007 TV miniseries The Company, he earned himself a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination. Additionally, he acted in many movies and TV shows such as Pacific Heights, One Good Cop, Multiplicity, Much Ado About Nothing and Jackie Brown; plus numerous family holiday films as well as thrillers Clean and Sober and The Other Guys.
Keaton made her name as the protagonist in the revival series Punky Brewster and later made appearances alongside notable names such as Robert DeNiro, Morgan Freeman and Keanu Reeves in other comedies such as Nancy Meyers’ romantic comedy Something’s Gotta Give (2003 with Jack Nicholson and Keanu Reeves as co-stars) and Roger Michell’s TV news comedy Morning Glory (2010).
She portrayed a San Francisco schoolteacher in the drama Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977), alongside Gig Young, Cloris Leachman and Anne Jackson. Later she returned to comedy in Charles Shyer-Nancy Meyers film Baby Boom (1987).
Tim Burton revived Keaton’s career when he cast her as the deceptively sinister bio-exorcist in Beetlejuice (1988). She went on to reprise this role for Finding Dory (2016).
As an actor, Keaton enjoys a generous salary. However, she also makes money through other avenues – owning real estate properties and investing in them with substantial returns; flipping houses as a hobby business; etc.
Keaton transitioned into light comedy during the 1990s with roles such as Goldie Hawn’s The First Wives Club for Paramount with Bette Midler earning her an Academy Award nomination, Pacific Heights Much Ado About Nothing The Paper and Jackie Brown to name but a few films she featured in.
Daniels once displayed an unusual bout of vanity by commissioning a jeweler to create a necklace in his likeness. It features a bejeweled sculpture of his head, and weighs over three pounds made out of 14-karat gold with black, white and cognac diamonds adorning its surface.