Woody Allen Dated Diane Keaton’s Sisters: “Apropos Of Nothing”

It's all in his memoirs "Apropos of Nothing"

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Diane Keaton and Woody Allen
Diane Keaton and Woody Allen

Woody Allen has a thing for the Keaton clan.

In his newly released memoir, “Apropos of Nothing,” the 84-year-old writer-director reveals that after his romance with Diane Keaton ended he went on to date both of her sisters.

“I dated her beautiful sister, Robin, and we had a brief romance,” Allen writes. “After that I dated her other beautiful sister, Dory, and we had a little fling. The three Keaton sisters were all beautiful, wonderful women.”

Allen met Diane in 1969 when she auditioned for the Broadway production of his comedy, “Play it Again Sam.” The Academy Award-wining auteur says he was immediately captivated by the California-born beauty, who he described as “adorable, funny, totally original in style, real, fresh.” The two eventually became lovers and lived together in Allen’s luxurious penthouse overlooking Central Park.

Diane Keaton and Woody Allen
Diane Keaton and Woody Allen

Keaton, however, yearned to move back to California. And, when she landed a role staring in Francis Ford Coppola’s mob-classic, “The Godfather,” the pair parted ways.

The “Something’s Gotta Give” actress has remained friends with Allen and has appeared in eight of his films, including “Annie Hall,” for which Keaton won an Academy Award for Best Actress in 1978.

“I still consult her on casting sometimes or any creative problems I might be struggling with,” Allen noted in his memoir.

No word on whether Allen hit on Diane Keaton’s mom but he does note that she was “great-looking,” too.

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