Keaton’s long lost wal­let now found

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Diane Keaton was left gob­s­macked af­ter learn­ing an old wal­let she mis­placed more than 50 years ago had been re­cov­ered in New York. An­ton Lul­gju­raj re­cently came across the brown leather pock­et­book af­ter pur­chas­ing the con­tents of an aban­doned stor­age unit, and found a stack of per­sonal pic­tures stuffed into the wal­let, along with a 1966 Cal­i­for­nia driver’s li­cence for a woman named Diane Hall. The moniker — Keaton’s birth name — didn’t reg­is­ter at first, but Lul­gju­raj thought he rec­og­nized the lady in the ac­com­pa­ny­ing photo. Lul­gju­raj also found Keaton’s Ac­tors’ Eq­uity labour union card, on which she was reg­is­tered un­der her stage name. Keaton read about the wal­let on Twit­ter, and asked Lul­gju­raj to con­tact her via a di­rect mes­sage. “This is the cra­zi­est story!” Keaton tweeted. “I don’t re­me­ber (sic) los­ing this but I’m not sur­prised be­cause I’ve lost my wal­let many times! Thank you, Mr. Lul­gju­raj!”

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