Diane Keaton's bulimia 'filled a hole' in her life
Actress Diane Keaton has revealed that she became bullimic in her 20s to "fill a vast hole" in her life
Actress Diane Keaton has revealed that she became bullimic in her 20s to "fill a vast hole" in her life.
The 71-year-old was gripped by the eating disorder and she didn't even discuss the struggle with her then-partner, filmmaker Woody Allen, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
"I was trying to fill a vast hole. I had a massive appetite for ... everything. Just wanting a lot. I can't explain it -- I still don't really know why. But I will tell you why I stopped -- I went into analysis with a woman five days a week because it was real bad," Keaton told Radio Times magazine.
Asked whether Woody knew about it, she said: "No, not at all. No one knew. I was really good at hiding. But I asked him about an analyst. Maybe he did know, but I don't know for sure.
"I think it came up in a conversation like, 'Maybe I should... Do you know anyone?' that kind of thing."
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