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Al Pacino

Knowledge Identifier: +Al_Pacino


Al Pacino

American film and stage actor and directoradd

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1940.

Countries: United States (67%), (9%), Italy (6%)

Main connections: Robert De Niro, Francis Ford Coppola, Actor

Linked to: Actors Studio, Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School, Chicago Sun-Times, Corriere della Sera




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Al Pacino was born in 1940 add something


He started smoking at age nine, drinking and casual marijuana use at age thirteen, but never took hard drugs. add something


Hibiscus (entertainer) - In 1964, the family moved to New York, and Harris appeared in commercials, television, and in 1966 in an Off Broadway play titled "Peace Creeps" by John Wolfson with Al Pacino and James Earl Jones


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. add something


In 1968, Pacino starred in Israel Horovitz's The Indian Wants the Bronx at the Astor Place Theater, playing Murph, a street punk. add something


It closed after 39 performances on March 29, 1969, but Pacino received rave reviews and won the Tony Award on April 20, 1969. add something


In 1970, Pacino signed with the talent agency Creative Management Associates. add something


Kitty Winn - Cannes Film Festival - In the fall of 1970 Kitty left American Conservatory Theater to play opposite Al Pacino in the film "Panic in Needle Park" for which she won the Best Actress *award at the 1971 Cannes Film Festival


He casted in the blockbuster Mafia film The Godfather directed by Francis Ford Coppola in 1972, although several established actors ? including Robert Redford, Warren Beatty, and then little-known Robert De Niro ? also tried out for the part. add something


The Godfather (novel) - The 1972 film adaptation of the novel was released with Marlon Brando as Don Vito Corleone and Al Pacino as Michael Corleone, directed by Francis Ford Coppola


Al Pacino's trials for The Godfather


In 1973, he co-starred in Scarecrow, with Gene Hackman, and won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival. add something


Jerry Schatzberg - He went on to direct films such as "Scarecrow", which shared the grand prize at the 1973 Cannes Film Festival, "The Seduction of Joe Tynan", "Honeysuckle Rose" with Willie Nelson, "Misunderstood" , "Street Smart" in 1987, and "The Panic in Needle Park", which starred Al Pacino


Judson Scott - In 1973, he starred with Al Pacino on Broadway in Shakespeare's "Richard III"


In 1974, Pacino reprised his role as Michael Corleone in the sequel The Godfather Part II, which became the first sequel to win the Best Picture Oscar; Pacino, meanwhile, was nominated for his third Oscar. add something


Dino Risi - His biggest hits were "Poor, But Handsome ", followed by two sequels, which he directed; "A Difficult Life ; "The Easy Life "; "Opiate '67" or, in a cut version, "15 From Rome "; and "Scent Of A Woman ", which was remade by Martin Brest starring Al Pacino in 1992


Dominic Chianese - In 1974, Francis Ford Coppola cast Chianese as Johnny Ola in "The Godfather Part II", which sparked a film career, culminating in several films with Al Pacino


The Godfather Part II - "'The Godfather Part II"' is a 1974 American epic crime film produced and directed by Francis Ford Coppola from a screenplay co-written with Mario Puzo, starring Al Pacino and Robert De Niro


In 1975, he enjoyed further success with the release of Dog Day Afternoon, based on the true story of bank robber John Wojtowicz. add something


Charles Bronson - Bronson reached his pinnacle in box-office drawing power in 1975, when he was ranked 4th, behind only Robert Redford, Barbra Streisand, and Al Pacino


Judith Malina - Malina appeared occasionally in films, beginning in 1975, when she played Al Pacino's mother in "Dog Day Afternoon"


Joaquim de Almeida - He spent a year in Vienna , moving again, in 1976, to New York City where he studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, a school for the performing arts frequented by famous actors such as Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Angelina Jolie


In 1977, Pacino starred as a race-car driver in Bobby Deerfield, directed by Sydney Pollack, and received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Motion Picture Actor – Drama for his portrayal of the title role, losing out to Richard Burton, who won for Equus. add something


Anny Duperey - In English-language film, Anny Duperey appeared with Al Pacino in the 1977 Sydney Pollack film "Bobby Deerfield"


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. add something


William Greaves - In 1980, Greaves was honored alongside Robert De Niro, Jane Fonda, Marlon Brando, Arthur Penn, Sally Field, Rod Steiger, Al Pacino, Shelley_Winters, Dustin Hoffman, Estelle Parsons, and Ellen Burstyn with the the Actors Studio in New York's first ever Dusa 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


Scarface (1983 film) - "'Scarface"' is a 1983 American crime film directed by Brian De Palma, written by Oliver Stone, produced by Martin Bregman, and starring Al Pacino as Tony Montana


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. add something


In 1985, Pacino worked on his personal project, The Local Stigmatic, a 1969 Off Broadway play by the English writer Heathcote Williams. add something


Sid Owen - Prior to his role in "EastEnders" he had a small role in the film "Revolution" in 1985, in which he appeared alongside Al Pacino and Donald Sutherland


Phil Phillips - Phillips' original version was featured prominently in the 1989 film, "Sea of Love" starring Al Pacino


Pacino received an Academy Award nomination for playing Big Boy Caprice in the box office hit Dick Tracy in 1990, in which critic Roger Ebert wrote that Pacino is "the scene-stealer". add something


Paul Pellicoro - He first came to national attention in the early 1990s as the dance choreographer for the film "Scent of a Woman", where he trained Academy *award winner Al Pacino for the notable scene of the film where he dances the Argentine Tango with actress Gabrielle Anwar


Ovidio G. Assonitis - In 1990 Assonitis assigned to Universal Pictures the remake of the European classic Scent of a Woman, which was released worldwide in 1993, starring Al Pacino and directed by Martin Brest


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.


Chris O'Donnell - In the early 1990s, O'Donnell was a featured player in many successful movies such as "Fried Green Tomatoes" , "School Ties" , and "Scent of a Woman" with Al Pacino


In 1991, Pacino starred in Frankie and Johnny with Michelle Pfeiffer, who co-starred with Pacino in Scarface. add something


In 1992, Pacino won the Academy Award for Best Actor, for his portrayal of the blind U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade in Martin Brest's Scent of a Woman. add something


Danny Aiello - He played nightclub owner and Lee Harvey Oswald assassin Jack Ruby in the 1992 biopic "Ruby" and a political bigshot with mob ties in "City Hall", starring Al Pacino


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. add something


Angels in America (miniseries) - In 1993, Al Pacino committed to playing the role of Roy Cohn


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.


Diane Venora - In 1995, she starred opposite Al Pacino and Robert De Niro in "Heat", earning high regard from both critics and audiences for her portrayal of Justine Hanna, the Pacino character's troubled wife


Heat (1995 film) - "'Heat"' is a 1995 American crime thriller film written, produced and directed by Michael Mann, and starring Al Pacino, Robert_De_Niro and Val Kilmer


Al Pacino at the 1996 Cannes Film Festival. add something


In 1996, Pacino starred in his theatrical docudrama Looking for Richard, which is both a performance of selected scenes of William Shakespeare's Richard III and a broader examination of Shakespeare's continuing role and relevance in popular culture. add something


Beverly D'Angelo - D'Angelo was in a relationship with actor Al Pacino from 1996 until 2003


Richard Schiff - In 1996 he played a corrupt probation officer in "City Hall" along with Al Pacino and John Cusack


Looking for Richard - "'Looking for Richard"' is a 1996 documentary film directed by Al Pacino


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


Larry Romano - In 1997 he had a brief role playing Al Pacino's son in "Donnie Brasco", and appeared in the 1998 Terrence Malick film "The Thin Red Line"


Delanie Fitzpatrick - In 1997, Fitzpatrick played Amanda Pistone in the film "Donnie Brasco" starring Al Pacino and Johnny Depp


Joseph D. Pistone - The book was the basis for the critically acclaimed 1997 film "Donnie Brasco", starring Johnny Depp as Pistone and Al Pacino as "Lefty" Ruggiero, and for the short-lived 2000 TV series "Falcone", starring Jason Gedrick as Pistone


Pacino starred as real life 60 Minutes producer Lowell Bergman in the multi-Oscar nominated The Insider opposite Russell Crowe, before starring in Oliver Stone's Any Given Sunday in 1999. add something


In 2000, Pacino released a low budget film adaptation of Ira Lewis' play Chinese Coffee to film festivals. add something


He has twins, son Anton James and daughter Olivia Rose, with actress Beverly D'Angelo, with whom he had a relationship from 1996 until 2003. add something


Mille Award in 2001 for lifetime achievement in motion pictures. add something


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


Robin Williams - In the 2002 film Insomnia, Williams portrays a writer/killer on the run from a sleep-deprived Los Angeles policeman (played by Al_Pacino) in rural Alaska.


The Recruit, released in 2003, featured Pacino as a CIA recruiter and co-stars Colin Farrell. add something


Dianne Wiest - In 2003, she appeared with Al Pacino and Marisa Tomei in Oscar Wilde's Salome.


For this performance, Pacino won his third Golden Globe, for Best Performance by an Actor, in 2004. add something


Pacino starred as Shylock in Michael Radford's 2004 film adaptation of The Merchant of Venice, choosing to bring compassion and depth to a character traditionally played as a villainous caricature. add something


Dan Gilroy - A graduate of Ivy League university Dartmouth College, Gilroy wrote the script for 2005 gambling drama "Two for the Money", starring Al Pacino and Gilroy's wife Rene Russo


Shawn Hatosy - In 2005 he performed opposite Al Pacino in Lyle Kessler's "Orphans" at the Greenway Court Theatre in Los Angeles


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"


Chinese Coffee was included along with Pacino's two other rare films he has been involved in producing, The Local Stigmatic and Looking for Richard, on a special DVD boxset titled Pacino: An Actor's Vision which was released in 2007. add something


In 2007 the American Film Institute awarded Pacino with a lifetime achievement award and in 2003 British television viewers voted Pacino as the greatest film star of all time in a poll for Channel 4. add something


The film was never released theatrically but was later released as part of the Pacino: An Actor's Vision box set in 2007. add something


Steven Berkoff - Berkoff appears in the opening sequence to Sky Sports' coverage of the 2007 Heineken Cup Final, modelled on a speech by Al Pacino in the 1999 film "Any Given Sunday"


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. add something


The film was released to theaters on September 12, 2008. add something


Melissa Leo - Following "Frozen River", Leo continued to appear in several independent films and had a minor role in the 2008 film "Righteous Kill" with Al Pacino and her "Hide and Seek" co-star, Robert De Niro


Brian Dennehy - He appeared as the superior officer of Robert De Niro and Al Pacino in the 2008 cop drama "Righteous Kill" and as the father of Russell Crowe in the 2010 suspense film "The Next Three Days"


Hugh Hudson - In 2008 Hudson re-edited "Revolution", giving the film a narration by Al Pacino


Leelee Sobieski - Her next film in wide release, the thriller "88 Minutes" co-starring Al Pacino and Alicia Witt, opened on April 18, 2008 in the United States, having already been released in various other countries in 2007


The Zero Theorem - A later iteration of the project, starring Billy Bob Thornton, Jessica Biel and Al Pacino and directed by Terry Gilliam, was set to begin production in 2009


Pacino made his return to the stage in summer 2010, as Shylock in a Shakespeare in the Park production of The Merchant of Venice. add something


Jack Kevorkian in an HBO Films biopic entitled You Don't Know Jack, which premiered April 2010. add something


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. add something


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"


Eugenio Derbez - In 2011 Derbez starred in "Jack and Jill" as Felipe which starred Adam Sandler, Katie Holmes and Al Pacino


Caitlyn Jenner - In 2011, Jenner appeared in the Adam Sandler comedy "Jack and Jill" in a scene with Al Pacino as an actor in a play


Dito Montiel - In 2011, Montiel's police drama "The Son of No One", again starring Tatum, as well as Ray Liotta, Al Pacino, Tracy_Morgan and Katie Holmes, played at the Sundance Film Festival


Ray Liotta - In 2011, he starred in "The Son of No One", opposite Channing Tatum and, for the first time in his career, Al Pacino


F. Murray Abraham - He reprised this role in February 2011, when he replaced Al Pacino in the Public Theater's production


The United States premiere of "Wilde Salomé" took place on the evening of March 21, 2012, before a full house at the 1,400-seat Castro Theatre in San Francisco's Castro District add something


Pacino returned to Broadway in October 2012 to star in the 30th anniversary revival of David Mamet's classic play, Glengarry Glen Ross, which ran through January 20, 2013 add something


Stand Up Guys - "'Stand Up Guys"' is a 2012 American crime comedy film directed by Fisher Stevens and starring Al Pacino, Christopher_Walken, and Alan Arkin


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" add something


It was announced in January 2013 that Pacino will play the late former Penn State University football coach Joe Paterno in the movie tentatively titled "Happy Valley" and based on a 2012 biography of Paterno by sportswriter Joe Posnanski add something


John C. McGinley - He began 2013 in the Broadway revival of "Glengarry Glen Ross" as Dave Moss, alongside Al Pacino, Bobby_Cannavale, Richard Schiff, David Harbour, and Jeremy Shamos


Phil Spector - "Phil Spector", a 2013 HBO film written and directed by David Mamet and starring Al Pacino and Dame Helen Mirren, depicted a fictionalized account of the murder and trials


Jennifer Garner - In May 2013, Garner joined the cast of the movie Imagine alongside Al Pacino, Annette_Bening, Bobby Cannavale and Michael Caine


It is a limited run of 87 performances, after acclaimed reviews of 4 performances in October 2015 add something


The play is currently running as of November 2015 add something


Melissa Benoist - She has completed filming "Danny Collins" set for a 2015 release, starring Jennifer Garner, Al Pacino, and Annette Bening


In 2016, he received the Kennedy Center Honor add something


In January 2016, he starred on Broadway in "China Doll", a play written for him by David Mamet add something


Actors Studio - As of May 2018, the studio's co-presidents are Ellen Burstyn, Alec Baldwin and Al Pacino


Pacino will star with Robert De Niro in Martin Scorsese's biographical crime film "The Irishman", which is expected to be released in 2019 add something


Jimmy Hoffa - In the new Martin Scorsese 2019 film "The Irishman", Hoffa will be portrayed by Al Pacino


Martin Scorsese - Principal photography on Scorsese's film "The Irishman" began in August 2017, and will star Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, and Al Pacino