Happy Birthday To Diane Keaton, The Most Quotable Woman Ever

Here's a little-known fact: Diane Keaton actually directed an episode of Twin Peaks, because she is really that awesome. The star, who turns 68 today, has a reputation for being tremendously self-sufficient and private, but also incredibly involved, from acting to producing to giving us Pinterest-induced envy. Keaton has been in the spotlight for most of her life, and through those years, she has always been undeniably her. From a penchant for menswear inspired by Annie Hall (or, is it the other way around?) to those trademarked turtlenecks, we can recognize a Keaton classic from the other end of the red carpet. Similarly, her self-deprecating humor — a phrase Woody Allen uses to describe the actress — is what makes her so relatable and enduring. Even if she does drink red wine with ice...
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"I remember when I was young I honestly believed in some ridiculous way that you would find someone who would be the person you lived with until you died. I don't think that because I'm not married it's made my life any less. That old-maid myth is garbage." (2001)
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“You know, I enjoy the kissing of the men.” (2013)

Ed. note: If you haven't watched this whole interview, you should. Diane Keaton becomes the embarrassing mother we all wish we had.

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"I don’t carry little purses. I carry big duffels, always." (2011)
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"I do love a hat...for me. And, I think that all people should really dress for themselves, to figure out what they love. To really dress like their own interests, and not be afraid of it."

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“This living stuff is a lot. Too much, and not enough. Half-empty, and half-full.” (2011)