Diane Keaton Is Desperate Her Brother, Who Suffers From Dementia, Most Likely Doesn't Know Who She Is
May 14, 2019 11:31 By Fabiosa
The popular American actress Diane Keaton has a book written by herself, called Then Again.
It was Diane Keaton’s first memoir, which she wrote back in 2011. Then Again is mostly based on her mom’s private journals. Some people see Then Again as a mean to give Diane’s mom, who passed away in 2008, some portion of fame that she missed.
Now, Diane Keaton is going to write a book about her brother, who may not know who she really is.
Diane Keaton has previously revealed her younger brother, Randy Hall, suffers from dementia. The 73-year-old actress also opened up her brother always had some mental problems, but nobody could figure it out.
Now, Diane, who is currently starring in her 58th movie, is planning to write a book about Randy in order to share his story with the rest of the world.
I’ve spent a lot of time in senior living facilities [recently] with my brother, Randy, who has dementia. I’m writing a book about him. He always had mental issues. Nobody could figure it out, really.
Diane claims her 71-year-old brother had a hard life, but despite everything, he is rather interesting and sensitive. By the way, Randy Hall was previously diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, and he was unable to care for himself independently.
Diane thinks Randy might not know who she really is.
I don’t know if he knows who I am.
Diane Keaton once shared a collage made by her brother Randy on her Twitter account.
My brother, Randy Hall, is a collage artist. Here is one of his pieces: can you guess whose face it is? pic.twitter.com/pEB5CbJMCw— Diane Keaton (@Diane_Keaton) April 3, 2015
Diane Keaton writes a book about her brother, who suffers from dementia, claiming he may not know who she really is.