|(Alfredo James Pacino)|
|* 25. April 1940 (in New York)|
|1993 as Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade in 'Scent of a Woman'|
2020 as Jimmy Hoffa in 'The Irishman'
1993 as Richard 'Ricky' Roma in 'Glengarry Glen Ross'
1991 as Big Boy Caprice in 'Dick Tracy'
1980 as Arthur Kirkland in '...and Justice for All'
1976 as Sonny Wortzik in 'Dog Day Afternoon'
1975 as Michael Corleone in 'The Godfather II.'
1974 as Frank Serpico in 'Serpico'
1973 as Michael Corleone in 'The Godfather'
another one of my all time favourite actors
he has a daughter, Julie Marie (* 1989) from his short relationship with the dancer Jan Terrant
has twins (* January 2001) from his relationship with Beverly D'Angelo
he is the son of Salvatore Pacino, an insurance salesman, and Rose (née Gerardi) Pacino
his father Salvatore left his mother, and his parents were divorced when Al was 2 years old
he has a strange relationship with his father...all that Al says, when asked is, that there was no real relationship, but that he never completely lost contact with his father
was raised by his mother and maternal grandparents Kate and James Gerardi...his grandmother Kate always took him out, to the movies, when Al was young
when Al had his first 'big' role, he took his grandmother Kate and his aunt to the first screening of 'The Godfather'
Al lost two very important persons in his life at age 22: his mother, Rose, died in 1962 at age 43 and the following year, his grandfather James Gerardini also died
Al's two best friends both died before Al was 30 years old
good friends with Robert De Niro since both met in 1969
was very close friends with his teacher and mentor Lee Strasberg (* 1901 - † 1982)
Pacino turned down roles in 'Apocalypse Now'(1979), 'Kramer vs. Kramer'(1979), 'Absence of Malice'(1981), 'Wall Street'(1987), 'Pretty Woman' (1990), and was offered the leading role in 'Born on the Fourth of July'(1989), in 1979....ten years before the project was realized with Tom Cruise as Ron Kovic
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