Four-time Academy Award® nominee Diane Keaton won Oscar® gold for her 1977 Best Actress performance in Annie Hall—just five years after her breakthrough role as Kay Adams in The Godfather. Since then, Diane has wowed audiences in dozens of films, including Something's Gotta Give in 2003—a performance which earned her an Oscar nod.
How does this Oscar legend feel about the challenges of aging as an actress? The proud mother of two, whom she adopted in her 50s, Diane says she's more concerned with how aging will affect her children—not her career. "I think about [aging] in relation to my kids a lot," she says. "I've got to be healthy. ... I worry about them if something happens. I'm a single parent like so many women in this world, and all the responsibility falls on me."
Hollywood pressures weigh less heavily on Diane—she says she's wary of jumping on the plastic surgery bandwagon. "The reason I haven't is because I'd like to go out authentic," she says.