Knowledge Identifier: +Al_Pacino
In 1967, Pacino spent a season at the Charles Playhouse in Boston , performing in Clifford Odets' Awake and Sing/; and in Jean-Claude Van Itallie's America, Hurrah, where he met actress Jill Clayburgh while working on this play.
In 1968, Pacino starred in Israel Horovitz's The Indian Wants the Bronx at the Astor Place Theater, playing Murph, a street punk.
Al Pacino's trials for The Godfatherwww.youtube.com
Judith Malina - Malina appeared occasionally in films, beginning in 1975, when she played Al Pacino's mother in "Dog Day Afternoon"
Glenn Scarpelli - He later returned to the stage in 1979 with the role of Richard, Duke of York in the Broadway revival of "Richard III" starring Al Pacino
In 1980s Pacino again achieved critical success on the stage while appearing in David Mamet's American Buffalo, for which Pacino was nominated for a Drama Desk Award.
James Hayden - In 1983, the year of his death, he portrayed a heroin addict in the critically acclaimed play "American Buffalo", co-starring with his close friend Al Pacino
His 1985 film Revolution about a fur trapper during the American Revolutionary War, was a commercial and critical failure, which Pacino blamed on a rushed production, resulting in a four-year hiatus from films.
Phil Phillips - Phillips' original version was featured prominently in the 1989 film, "Sea of Love" starring Al Pacino
Francis Ford Coppola - In 1990, he released the third and final chapter of The Godfather series: The Godfather Part III. Coppola successfully managed to get Al Pacino, Diane_Keaton, and Talia Shire to return to the franchise, but Robert Duvall refused to reprise his role as Tom Hagen over salary disagreements.
In 1991, Pacino starred in Frankie and Johnny with Michelle Pfeiffer, who co-starred with Pacino in Scarface.
Sheryl Lee - On stage, Lee starred on Broadway in 1992 alongside Al Pacino in Oscar Wilde's "Salome" as the title role, in the Circle in the Square Theatre, under the direction of Robert Allan Ackerman
Penelope Ann Miller - She subsequently appeared in a number of other theatrical movies, notably as Edna Purviance in "Chaplin" in 1992 and with Al Pacino in "Carlito's Way" in 1993
Pacino starred alongside Sean Penn in the crime dramas Carlito's Way in 1993, in which he portrayed a gangster who is released from prison with the help of his lawyer and vows to go straight.
Robert De Niro - In 1995, De Niro starred in Michael Mann's police action-thriller Heat, along with fellow actor and long-time friend, Al Pacino.
Al Pacino at the 1996 Cannes Film Festival.
Jerry Orbach - Also during his time on "Law & Order", Orbach co-starred with Al Pacino in the independent film "Chinese Coffee", which was filmed in the summer of 1997 and released three years later
Westley Allan Dodd - Dodd was mentioned in the 2002 film, Insomnia, starring Al Pacino
Dan Fogler - His first TV appearance was in 2002 on FOX's "30 Seconds to Fame" as a contestant impersonating Al Pacino
The Recruit, released in 2003, featured Pacino as a CIA recruiter and co-stars Colin Farrell.
Rififi - In 2005, "Variety" announced that Stone Village Pictures acquired the remake rights to "Rififi"; the producers intending to place the film in a modern setting with Al Pacino taking the lead role
Leah Cairns - Cairns has appeared in CTV's anthology series "Robson Arms", in Citytv's "Godiva's", where she was nominated for a 2006 Leo Award for Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series, and opposite Al Pacino in the feature "88 Minutes"
Paul Anka - Some of the quotes were reproduced verbatim by Al Pacino's character in the 2007 film "Ocean's Thirteen"
Al Pacino at the Rome Film Festival in 2008.
Pacino made his return to the stage in summer 2010, as Shylock in a Shakespeare in the Park production of The Merchant of Venice.
It was announced in May 2011 that Pacino was to be honored with the "Glory to the Film-maker" award at the 68th Venice International Film Festival.
Jack Huston - After this he went on to be directed by Al Pacino in the 2011 film "Wilde Salome" and to having starring roles in "Not Fade Away", "Two Jacks" and "Night Train to Lisbon"
F. Murray Abraham - He reprised this role in February 2011, when he replaced Al Pacino in the Public Theater's production
Bon Jovi - Returning to film composing for the first time since "Blaze of Glory", Jon Bon Jovi wrote and recorded two songs for the Al Pacino film "Stand Up Guys", while Richie Sambora recorded and released his third studio album, "Aftermath of the Lowdown", and supported it with a short world tour in October 2012
Pacino has most recently starred in a 2013 biographical picture about record producer Phil Spector's murder trial, titled "Phil Spector"