Diane Keaton scored her first, and so far only, Best Actress Oscar for the title role of "Annie Hall." The movie won four Oscars overall; the actress has since been nominated for three roles with other directors.
Mariel Hemingway played the role of Allen's teen lover in "Manahattan," earning her an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Hemingway was only 16 at the time of filming.
Penelope Cruz won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role as the unstable former wife of Javier Bardem's Juan Antonio in "Vicky Cristina Barcelona."
Michael Caine won his first Oscar for his work in "Hannah and Her Sisters"; co-star Dianne Wiest won the first of her two Oscars in this film.
Sean Penn received his second Best Actor nomination from playing a jazz guitarist on "Sweet and Lowdown."
Penn's costar in "Sweet and Lowdown," Samantha Morton, earned her first Oscar nomination for playing a mute woman.
Dianne Wiest won two Oscars under Woody Allen's direction, both supporting actress roles, in "Hannah and Her Sisters" and "Bullets Over Broadway."
Mira Sorvino's only Oscar nomination and win came from her role in "Mighty Aphrodite."
His work on "Crimes and Misdeamnors" nabbed Martin Landau a second Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination.
Jennifer Tilly became a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nominee from playing a talentless actress on "Bullets Over Broadway."
Another "Bullets Over Broadway" actor, Chazz Palminteri was nominated for Best Supporting Actor.
"Husbands and Wives" took two Academy Award nominations: one for Woody Allen's original screenplay and the other for Judy Davis's work as a supporting actress.
Geraldine Page was nominated for eight Oscars, the sixth of which for her work in "Interiors."
Playing the second wife to Page's first gave Maureen Stapleton her third Oscar nomination; she went on to win for her work as an activist in "Reds."