Diane Keaton's Height
5ft 5.5in (166 cm)
Peak height was 5ft 7in (170 cm)
American actress best known for roles in Annie Hall, The Godfather, Play it Again, Sam, Reds, Marvin's Room, Looking for Mr. Goodbar, Love and Death, Father of the Bride and Something's Gotta Give. She said in The Times Recorder in 1969: "It was him looking like a little mole that I was afraid of. I thought surely I would be too tall for him. I'm 5-7. I don't know how tall he is, I mean how short he is"
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Average Guess (3 Votes)
Peak: 5ft 7in (170.2cm)
Current: 5ft 5.58in (166.6cm)
Sandy Cowell said on 11/Jan/17
If Diane was 5ft7 when young, that might explain why poor old Al Pacino was in lifts in 'the Godfather' trilogy! Not that it matters a jot to me!
Anyway, Diane still looked at least as tall as Al in those films.
Now, of course, it makes sense that she has shrunk a bit! 5ft7 for prime, 5ft5.5 now I think is fair enough!
Jug said on 11/Jul/16
Woody Allen was about 5'5 at peak, maybe slightly taller, and Diane Keaton was probably 5'6. Women can easily claim to be an inch or so taller, because women usually wear shoes with higher heels, and no one has it down to an exact science the way Rob does :) I think 5'6 is more likely. Sometimes she can look a little taller than Woody, sometimes a little shorter, depending on footwear. My mother is 5'6. She has sort of the same proportions. Sometimes she seems quite tall with heels, even next to me, and I'm over 6 feet.
Arch Stanton said on 24/Jan/16
@Rob, can you squeeze in Looking for Mr. Goodbar, Love and Death and Father of the Bride?
Arch Stanton said on 1/May/15
Rob can you add a photo? About right, about an inch on Streep in Marvin's Room.
Sam said on 4/Dec/14
Perhaps it should go without saying but maybe it's worth citing that she's referring to Woody Allen in that quote.
Arch Stanton said on 22/Mar/14
Can you also add Reds, Marvin's Room and Something's Gotta Give?
Arch Stanton said on 22/Mar/14
Ah, stage, that explains it I was going to say! In Manhattan she looks near 3 inches taller than Woody although might have footwear advantage,
said on 25/Sep/13
Rob, are you sure it was a 1969 edition not a 1979 edition? Keaton didn't start working with Woody until Play It Again Sam which was early 70s, her career only began in 1970. Also there's two superfluous i's in the quote, can you fix? Can you also add her notable films like The Godfather Trilogy, Annie Hall, Play It Again Sam, Reds, Marvin's Room and Something's Gotta Give?
[Editor Rob: yes it was from 1969...they worked on the Play it Again, Sam theatre production that year.]
Arch Stanton said on 20/Sep/13
Strange but Woody looks a bit taller to me in Annie Hall.
Ian C. said on 3/Aug/13
Wait a minute. Diane Keaton is taller than Woody Allen? Nah. I've seen Annie Hall I don't know how many times, and I thought he was taller.
Arch Stanton said on 13/Jun/13
Mmm. In all honesty I thought she looked a strong 5'7" weak 5'8" next to Al Pacino in Godfather part III. She had on pretty flat shoes and looked about 1.5 taller.
Anonymous said on 5/Mar/13
she is a solid 5-7 watch the photo with Mandy Moore and she is 5-9
Dmeyer said on 2/Sep/12
Around 167-8cm in something gotta give
carnegie said on 11/Dec/11
5ft5 she looks today in this days
clint said on 22/Aug/07
Five 8 is her height. She towered on me when i met her a few months back. I am no taller than 5ft 5.
Jeff said on 27/Jan/07
From Diane Keaton's 1977 Time cover story:
"She [Keaton] worried that she was too tall. He [Woody Allen] worried that he was too short. They took off their shoes and measured, back to back. She, at 5 ft. 7 in., was three-quarters of an inch taller. Close enough."
Editor Rob said on 12/Sep/06
Found a quote by her, back in The Times Recorder, a 1969 edition, talking about woody:
"It was him looking like a little mole that I was i afraid of. I I thought surely I would be too tall for him. I'm 5-7. I don't know how tall he is, I mean how short he is"
CelebHeights Editor said on 21/Jan/06
Pic of glenn with Diane added.