(1) Actor
(2) Director
(3) Screenwriter
1940
Al Pacino
On the set of one of the movies, the actor
Al Pacino was called the Devil. And not for his bad character. For his talented play, which at times inspires mystical horror.
Having a baby in New York
Al Pacino as a child
Father
Mother
The Insurer, Salvatore Pacino
Housewife, Rose Gerardi
Al Pacino's childhood and adolescent years were spent in this area, which was considered criminal.
When the future actor's parents got married, the father was
20 years old, and my mother
just celebrated her seventeenth birthday. A year later Alfredo
was born, and two years later
the couple divorced.

Mom took her son and moved
to her parents in the South Bronx on the outskirts of New York City.
When the future actor's parents got married, the father was 20 years old, and my mother just celebrated her seventeenth birthday. A year later Alfredo was born,
and two years later the couple divorced.

Mom took her son and moved to her parents in the
South Bronx on the outskirts of New York City.
On the set of one of the movies,
the actor Al Pacino was called the Devil. And not for his bad character. For his talented play, which at times inspires mystical horror.
On the set of one of the
movies, the actor Al Pacino was called the Devil. And not for his bad character. For his talented play, which at times inspires mystical horror.
When the future actor's parents got married, the father was 20 years old, and my mother
just celebrated her seventeenth birthday.
A year later Alfredo was born, and two years later the couple divorced.

Mom took her son and moved to her parents in the South Bronx on the outskirts of New York City.
He has never been distinguished either by his
either by his convenient character or his exemplary behavior, although he did quite well in fine arts school.
They even came up with a nickname for him, the Actor.
He was a
bully
At 9
made friends with a cigarette
At 12
tried alcohol
At 17
was expelled from school
LIKE I'M OFF THE CHAIN
This state of affairs absolutely
Alfredo's mother. and there was a serious conflict between them
after which
he left home
From that very time his work biography began...
He has never been distinguished
Никогда не отличался ни
This state of affairs absolutely Alfredo's mother. and there was a serious conflict between them
by his convenient character or his exemplary behavior, although he did quite well in fine arts school.
He has never been distinguished either by
his convenient character or his exemplary behavior, although he did quite well
in fine arts school.
convenient character or his exemplary behavior, although he did quite well
in fine arts school.
This state of affairs absolutely displeased
He has never been distinguished either
displeased Alfredo's mother. and there was a serious conflict between them
He has never been distinguished either by his convenient character or his exemplary behavior, although he did quite well
in fine arts school.
Al Pacino didn't go into creation right away
At first he quickly found at least some work
At first it worked:
janitor
messenger
letter carrie
waiter.
and
money to continue his education as an actor.
And all
this just
120 Bank Street, Greenwich Village
77 y.e
He came to an amateur non-profit theater called
HB Studio, which was located in Greenwich Village,
a bohemian New York neighborhood
of the era. It was at this studio he met acting instructor Charlie Lawton, who became his teacher and best friend
During this period, Al Pacino often had no job,
or a roof over his head, sometimes he had to sleep
in theaters

or stay with friends.

Some kind of black bar....
money to continue his education as an actor.
в Гринвич-Виллидже — богемном районе Нью-Йорка той эпохи. В этой студии
он познакомился с преподавателем актёрского мастерства Чарли Лаутоном, который стал его учителем и лучшим другом
a bohemian New York neighborhood
of the era. It was at this studio he met acting instructor Charlie Lawton, who became his teacher and best friend
During this period, Al Pacino often
had no job, or a roof over his
head, sometimes he
had to sleep
or stay with
friends.
to earn
He came to an amateur non-profit theater called HB Studio, which was located in
Greenwich Village, a bohemian New York neighborhood of the era. It was at this studio he met acting instructor Charlie Lawton, who became his teacher and best friend
In the 1960, Al was determined to become an actor
In 1966
In 1966, Al successfully auditioned for the Actors Studio. This is an organization
for actors, directors and playwrights located in the Hell's Kitchen district of Manhattan
Lee Strasberg
Trained Al Pacino on his course on the system
to Lee Strasberg all that he really deserves. It was a wonderful, pivotal moment in my life. It made me give up all thoughts of other careers and dedicate myself to acting.
It's impossible to convey in words
Al Pacino said this about the role of the studio and Lee Strasberg in his life
in words to Lee Strasberg all that he really deserves. It was a wonderful, pivotal moment in my life. It made me give up all thoughts of other careers and dedicate myself to acting.
It's impossible to convey
In the 1960, Al was determined to become an actor
in words to Lee Strasberg all that he really deserves. It was a wonderful, pivotal moment in my life. It made me give up all thoughts of other careers and dedicate myself to acting.
to convey in words to Lee Strasberg all that he really deserves. It was a wonderful, pivotal moment in my life. It made me give up all thoughts of other careers and dedicate myself to acting.
It's impossible to
In 1966, Al successfully auditioned for the Actors Studio. This is an organization for actors, directors and playwrights located in the Hell's Kitchen district of Manhattan
And then...
One of the play's main characters, a Jewish moneylender
One of William Shakespeare's most famous plays, written, presumably, in 1596.
Shylock
The Merchant of Venice
1967
1968
1969
1977
1980-е
1990's
2005
Played in Clifford Odets' play Wake Up and Sing! Also in Jean-Claude Van Itally's America, Hurrah.
Played 177 performances at the Astor Place Theater by street punk Murph from Israel Horowitz's "Indians Want the Bronx"
Made his Broadway debut in Don Petersen's "Does the Tiger Wear a Tie?" at the Belasco Theater.
Role in the play "Pavlo Hummel's Basic Preparation." Also during this period he plays the important role of Richard III in Shakespeare's play of the same name
Won the Tony Award
Won the Tony Award
Won the Drama Desk Award
Played in David Mamet's American Bison
He continued to appear actively on the theatrical stage, playing in the plays "Salome" by Oscar Wilde and "Huey" by Eugene O'Neill.
Played in the play "Orphans..." by Lyle Kessler

In 2010, Al Pacino returned In 2010, Al Pacino returned to the theater, agreeing to play Shylock in Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice. An interesting fact is that Pacino already played this role in 2004
The play premiered on Broadway in October 2010
The first week's box office receipts were about
1 000 000 $
1 000 000 $
a career in theater
and first success
The play premiered on Broadway in October 2010
In 2010, Al Pacino returned In 2010, Al Pacino returned to the theater, agreeing to play Shylock in Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice. An interesting fact is that Pacino already played this role in 2004
1980's
Получил преми
«Драма Деск»
1990-е
1990-ые
career in theater
and first success
First film roles, and incredible success
In 1968, he made his debut in the TV series "N.Y.P.D."
with the role of a third-rate character named John James.
Фильм оказал большое влияние
на индустрию развлечений. Отсылки
к нему можно найти в музыке, фильмах и компьютерных играх.
thriller, drama, crime, detective
Genre
September 21, 1993 - March 1, 2005
On the screens
Alfredo's first roles were episodic and practically unpaid during his first weeks at the Actor's Studio.
The episode "The Deadly Circle of Violence"
             In 1969, Alfredo got his first role in the movie "Me, Natalie" and the actor's talented play was noticed by Martin Bregman
One of the best producers of that time, and offered Pacino a collaboration. Running beforehand, the partnership proved fruitful: Bregman produced such films with Al Pacino as Serlico, Scarface and Dog Afternoon.
Al Pacino and Martin Bregman's friendship
lasted many years.
          In 1971, Al Pacino played junkie Bobby in the film "Panic in Needle Park" Jerry Shetsberg. The film was the first major work of the young actor.
After this film he
was noticed by Francis Ford Coppola and invited him to his new film "The Godfather".
for the role of Michael Corleone.
                In 1969, Alfredo got his first role in the movie "Me, Natalie" and the actor's talented play was noticed by Martin Bregman
             In 1971, Al Pacino played junkie Bobby in the film "Panic in Needle Park" Jerry Shetsberg. The film was the first major work of the young actor.
In 1968, he made
his debut in the TV series "N.Y.P.D." with the role of a third-rate character named John James.
In 1969, Alfredo
got his first role in the movie "Me, Natalie" and the actor's talented play was noticed by Martin Bregman
In 1971, Al Pacino
played junkie Bobby in the film "Panic in Needle Park" Jerry Shetsberg. The film was the first major work of the young actor.
In 1968, he made
his debut in the TV series "N.Y.P.D." with the role of a third-rate character named John James.
In 1971, Al
Pacino played junkie Bobby in the film "Panic in Needle Park" Jerry Shetsberg. The film was the first major work of the young actor.
Первые роли в кино, и большой успех
In 1968, he
made his debut in the TV series "N.Y.P.D." with the role of a third-rate character named John James.
Paramount's bosses were horrified by the choice of the capol
1970s
The characteristic appearance
and hot temper of the actor so impressed Coppola that he strongly rejected other candidates for the role.
Robert De Niro
Martin Sheen
James Caan
Robert Redford
Warren Beatty
The picture was an incredible success, and became the most successful of all that Pacino played in his life. It was for this tape Al Pacino received his first "Oscar".
The actor coped with the task perfectly, he showed how the humble young man Michael gradually turns into the head of the mafia, the cynical and ruthless Corleone.
Al Pacino in The Godfather
Trilogy covers
1974
Shooting the second part of
"The Godfather" was only a matter of time, and very soon the studio management began to create a film
The second "Godfather" was a worthy continuation of the first part. The picture consisted of two storylines - the backstory of the Corleone Mafia family and the events that followed the death of Don Vito.

In this film, Al Pacino worked for the first time with Robert De Niro
Shooting the second part of
"The Godfather" was only a matter of time, and very soon the studio management began to create a film
The characteristic
appearance and hot temper of the actor so impressed Coppola that he strongly rejected other candidates for the role.
Shooting the second
part of "The Godfather" was only a matter of time, and very soon the studio management began to create a film
The bosses were horrified by the choice of the capol
appearance and hot temper of the actor so impressed Coppola that he strongly rejected other candidates for the role.
Shooting the
second part "The Godfather" was only a matter of time, and very soon the studio management began to create a film
1990
Al Pacino appeared as an aging
Michael Corleone in the final part of the famous gangster saga "The Godfather.
The second "The Godfather" was a worthy continuation of the first part. The picture consisted of two storylines, the prehistory of the Corleone Mafia family and the events that followed Don Vito's death.

In this film, Al Pacino worked with Robert De Niro for the first time
"The Godfather
was the first film,
where the Mafia was shown from the other side - not           simply as a criminal group that concentrated all the important "strings" in its hands:
politicians, businessmen, secular figures, but as
a family living by the principles of honor,
albeit a peculiar one.
7 Oscar and Golden Globe nominations
Al Pacino appeared as an
Michael Corleone in the final part of the famous gangster saga "The Godfather.
"The Godfather
was the first film,
where the Mafia was shown from the other side - not          simply as a criminal group that concentrated
all the important "strings" in its hands:
Al Pacino appeared
as an Michael Corleone in the final part of the famous gangster saga "The Godfather.
"The Godfather
was the first film, where the Mafia was shown from the other side - not        simply as a criminal group that concentrated all the important "strings" in
its hands:
"The Godfather
was the first film, where the Mafia was shown from the other side not simply as
a criminal group that concentra-ted all the important "strings" in
its hands:
politicians, businessmen, secular figures,
but as a family living
by the principles
of honor, albeit
a peculiar one.
Al is an artist,
not just an actor
Throughout his career there were
ups, downs, disappointments, criticism, condemnation, failures, and creative crises. He even left the cinema for a while, but he always came back.
The number of films with Alfredo Pacino has more than 40. Not counting the participation in the theater.
40
Although after the premiere
it was criticized for the topical nature of the themes raised and
a lot of violence, as the years passed it acquired a cult status
and earned
45 000 000 $
in theaters
USA
The film had a great
influence on the industry
entertainment industry. References to it can be
found in music, movies,
and computer games.
The Year of the movie: 1983
Throughout his career
there were ups, downs, disappointments, criticism, condemnation, failures, and creative crises. He even left the cinema for a while, but always came back.
Although after the premiere
it was criticized for the topical nature of the themes raised anda lot of violence, as the years passed it acquired a cult status
and earned
Фильм оказал большое влияние
на индустрию развлечений. Отсылки
к нему можно найти в музыке, фильмах и компьютерных играх.
repeatedly stated that fatherhood was the best thing that ever happened to his life. Work schedule he made so that as much time as possible to spend with the children
Al is an artist, not just an actor
Throughout his
career there were ups, downs, disappointments, criticism, condemnation, failures, and creative crises. He even left the cinema for a while, but always came back.
Год выхода фильма: 1983
Year
Film, role
Role
1980
1982
1985
1989
Cruising
Author! Author!
Revolution
Sea of Love
Steve Burns
Ivan Travallian
Tom Dobb
Frank Keller
In the early 1980′s in the career of Al Pacino there was a decline. For 4 years, he suspended his career and returned only in 1989.
He gave his whole life to the camera and the audience
Film
Cruising, Steve Burns
Author! Author!, Ivan Travallian
Revolution, Tom Dobb
Sea of Love, Frank Keller
Al returned to the theater during
the years of the film crisis and took part in in a number of interesting projects.
He gave
his whole life to the camera and audience
Year
Film, role
Role
1990
1996
1992
1999
1990
1996
1983
1999
2000 - 2022
1991
1997
1995
1992
1997
1995
The Local Stigmatic
City Hall
Scent of a Woman
Any Given Sunday
Dick Tracy
Looking for Richard
Carlito’s Way
The Insider
Frankie and Johnny
Donnie Brasco
Two Bits
Glengarry Glen Ross
The Devil’s Advocate
Heat
Graham
John Pappas
Frank Slade
Tony D'Amato
Big Boy Caprice
himself / Richard III
Carlito Brigante
Lowell Bergman
Johnny
Benjamin Ruggierre
Jitano Sabatoni
Ricky Roma
John Milton / The Devil
Vincent Hanna
Once again, the career explosion of the '90s
He made his first screen appearance with Robert De Niro in The Clash.

They both played in the second part of The Godfather, but in different episodes, as they were separated by time periods of the film
Film
The Local Stigmatic, Graham
City Hall, John Pappas
Scent of a Woman, Frank Slade
Any Given Sunday, Tony D'Amato
Dick Tracy, Big Boy Caprice
Looking for Richard, himself / Richard III
Carlito’s Way, Carlito Brigante
The Insider, Lowell Bergman
Frankie and Johnny, Johnny
Donnie Brasco, Benjamin Ruggierre
Two Bits, Jitano Sabatoni
Glengarry Glen Ross, Ricky Roma
The Devil’s Advocate, John Milton / The Devil
Heat, Vincent Hanna
Full filmography Pacino
Al Pacino
1967
1971
1977
1989
1996
2013
But never married.....
Although the Hollywood star is only 170 cm tall, she does not weigh more than 72 kg.
His first serious infatuation was theater actress Jill Kleiberg, with whom the actor met in 1967. Together they were involved in the production of "America, hurrah. Their relationship lasted for five years.
On the set of the first part of "The Godfather" Al Pacino began an affair with a colleague on the set of Diane Keaton, who played Michael Corleone's girlfriend. In 1974, after the premiere of the second part of their romantic relationship came to "no.
Al Pacino dated Martha Keller, who played his partner Lillian in the movie "Life Borrowed. The romance did not last long, but the actors maintained a friendly relationship.
Al Pacino had a daughter, Julia Maria, by acting teacher Jen Tarrant.
He was in a close relationship with "Vacation" star Beverly D'Angelo, who in 2001 gave birth to him twins Anton James and Olivia Rose. Despite sharing children, the actors stopped communicating in 2003.
Even in his old age, Al Pacino continued to maintain this image. Thus, in 2013, he shocked fans with an affair with 33-year-old Latina model Lucy Sola.
First Daughter's Mother
Al Pacino
Jen Tarrant
HAS ALWAYS BEEN
POPULAR AMONG
WOMEN
HE "TAKES" WOMEN NOT BY THEIR LOOKS, BUT BY THEIR INNATE CHARISMA.
Personal Life
HANDSOME LOVER
has repeatedly stated that fatherhood was the best thing that ever happened to his life. Work schedule he made so that as much time as possible to spend with the children
stated that fatherhood was the best thing that ever happened to his life. Work schedule he made so that as much time as possible to spend with the children
stated that fatherhood was the best thing that ever happened to his life. Work schedule he made so that as much time as possible to spend with the children
Al Pacino has repeatedly
Al Pacino had
a daughter, Julia Maria, by acting teacher Jen Tarrant.
repeatedly stated that fatherhood was the best thing that ever happened to his life. Work schedule he made so that as much time as possible to spend with the children
Al Pacino has
The artist began to appear frequently in public places with Meital Duhan, an Israeli actress.


They were constantly caught in the lenses of photographers. Meital is not only a well-known actress in Israel and the USA, she is also a musician and author of several books.
They met on the set of "Once Upon a Time
in Hollywood" directed by Quentin Tarantino.
2018
The artist began to appear frequently
in public places with Meital Duhan,
an Israeli actress.

They were constantly caught in the
lenses of photographers. Meital is not
only a well-known actress in Israel and
the USA, she is also a musician and
author of several books. They met
on the set of "Once Upon a Time
in Hollywood" directed
by Quentin Tarantino.
Al Pacino has
repeatedly stated that fatherhood was the best thing that ever happened to his life. Work schedule he made so that as much time as possible to spend with the children
HAS ALWAYS BEEN POPULAR AMONG WOMEN
The artist began to appear frequently in public places with Meital Duhan, an Israeli actress.

They were constantly caught
in the lenses of photographers. Meital is not only a well-known actress in Israel and the USA,
she is also a musician and author
of several books. They met
on the set of "Once Upon
a Time in Hollywood" directed
by Quentin Tarantino.