Woody Allen's extensive filmography is a testament to his achievements as both an actor and director. "Annie Hall" (1977), which garnered Allen an Oscar for his directing, is a romantic comedy about a couple's relationship over the course of several years. Diane Keaton (left) plays the title character and Allen is her boyfriend, the neurotic Alvy Singer. Keaton also starred in Allen's "Manhattan" (1979).
Other notable credits: "Match Point" (2005), "Scoop" (2006), and "Hannah and Her Sisters" (1986).