Al Pacino - Famous Film Producer

Al Pacino Net Worth


Famous American actor Al Pacino has a net worth of $120 million after working in the entertainment industry for over five decades. He won two Tony Awards, two Primetime Emmy Awards, and one Academy Award during his illustrious career spanning many classic movies such as The Godfather, Serpico, Scent of a Woman, and The Irishman, among others.

Key facts:

  • Al Pacino is an American actor of both stage and screen, with a career that has spanned over five decades.
  • He is considered one of the greatest actors of all time, having won an Academy Award, two Tony Awards, and two Primetime Emmy Awards.
  • Al's notable films include The Godfather (parts 1, 2, and 3), Serpico, Scent of a Woman, Heat, Donnie Brasco, and The Irishman.
  • Al acted anywhere he could as a struggling actor and was frequently unemployed and homeless, performing in basement plays in NYC's theater underground. He was accepted into the Actors Studio in 1968, where he studied method acting under famed coach Lee Strasberg.
  • Al earned $35,000 for his role in the first Godfather in 1972 and ten percent of the film's gross after break-even, which over time translated into tens of millions in bonus earnings.

Basic Information About Al Pacino

Full NameAlfredo James Pacino
CategoryCelebrities β€Ί Actors
ProfessionsActor, Film director, Film Producer, Theatre Director
Net worth$120,000,000
Date of birth1940-04-25 (83 years old)
Place of birthEast Harlem
NationalityUnited States of America
EducationHerman Ridder Junior High School
Curiosities and TrademarksVolcanic tirade, smoke-burnished voice
Frequently plays men of power and/or authority
Surly but essentially moral characters with deep capacity for violence
Jet black hair and dark owl eyes
Diminutive frame, off-set by his formidable bearing
FatherSalvatore Pacino
MotherRose Gerardi
KidsAnton James Pacino, Julie Marie Pacino, Olivia Rose Pacino
Height5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ Imdb

What Movie Awards did Al Pacino win?


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Al Pacino awards

Award Name State Movie / Series Name Year
Audience Award - Best ActorWinnerThe Godfather1972
NBR Award - Best Supporting ActorWinnerThe Godfather1972
NSFC Award - Best ActorWinnerThe Godfather1972
Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - DramaNomineeScarface1984
David - Best Foreign Actor (Migliore Attore Straniero)WinnerThe Sting1974
David - Best Foreign Actor (Migliore Attore Straniero)NomineeCarlito's Way1994
Silver Ribbon - Best Male Dubbing (Migliore Doppiaggio Maschile)WinnerCarlito's Way1994
American Comedy Award - Funniest Supporting Actor in a Motion PictureWinnerDick Tracy1991
CFCA Award - Best Supporting ActorNomineeDick Tracy1991
DFWFCA Award - Best Supporting ActorNomineeDick Tracy1991
Oscar - Best Actor in a Leading RoleWinnerScent of a Woman1993
ACCA - Best Actor in a Leading RoleNomineeScent of a Woman1992
NYFCC Award - Best ActorNomineeScent of a Woman1992
BAFTA Film Award - Best ActorWinnerDog Day Afternoon1976
KCFCC Award - Best ActorWinnerDog Day Afternoon1975
NYFCC Award - Best ActorNomineeDog Day Afternoon1975
Prize San SebastiΓ‘n - Best ActorWinnerDog Day Afternoon1975
Golden Carp Film Award - International - Best Ensemble PerformanceNomineeOnce Upon a Time... in Hollywood2020
BSFC Award - Best ActorWinnerDonnie Brasco1997
CFCA Award - Best ActorNomineeDonnie Brasco1998
NSFC Award - Best ActorNomineeDonnie Brasco1998
Chainsaw Award - Best ActorWinnerThe Devil's Advocate1998
MTV Movie Award - Best VillainNomineeThe Devil's Advocate1998
Oscar - Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting RoleNomineeCreed2016
IOMA - Best Actor (Miglior attore protagonista)NomineeInsomnia2003
ACCA - Best Actor in a Supporting RoleNomineeThe Irishman2020
CIC Award - Best Supporting ActorNomineeThe Irishman2020
Gold Derby Award - Ensemble CastNomineeThe Irishman2020
Huading Award - Best Global Supporting Actor in a Motion PictureNomineeThe Irishman2020
IFJA Award - Best Supporting ActorNomineeThe Irishman2019
OFTA Film Award - Best Supporting ActorNomineeThe Irishman2020
SFBAFCC Award - Best Supporting ActorNomineeThe Irishman2019
Oscar - Best Actor in a Supporting RoleNomineeGlengarry Glen Ross1993
CFCA Award - Best Supporting ActorNomineeGlengarry Glen Ross1993
Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion PictureNomineeGlengarry Glen Ross1993
Best Actor - WinnerGlengarry Glen Ross1992
EDA Special Mention Award - Most Egregious Age Difference Between the Leading Man and the Love InterestNominee88 Minutes2008
Razzie Award - Worst ActorNominee88 Minutes2009
Oscar - Best Actor in a Leading RoleWinnerThe Color of Money1987
Oscar - Best Actor in a Leading RoleNomineeSerpico1974
David - Best Foreign Actor (Migliore Attore Straniero)WinnerSerpico1974
Golden Globe - Best Actor in a Motion Picture - DramaWinnerSerpico1974
NBR Award - Best ActorWinnerSerpico1973
NSFC Award - Best ActorNomineeSerpico1974
NYFCC Award - Best ActorNomineeSerpico1974
NSFC Award - Best Supporting ActorNomineeMiller's Crossing1991
Razzie Award - Worst ActorNomineeRighteous Kill2009
Yoga Award - Worst Foreign ActorWinnerRighteous Kill2009
Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - DramaNomineeSea of Love1990
NSFC Award - Best ActorNomineeWag the Dog1998

Al Pacino roles

Movie / Series Role
The GodfatherMichael Corleone
ScarfaceTony Montana
Carlito's WayCarlito
Dick TracyBig Boy Caprice
HeatLt. Vincent Hanna
Dog Day AfternoonSonny
Scent of a WomanLt. Col. Frank Slade
House of GucciAldo Gucci
The Godfather: Part IIIDon Michael Corleone
Once Upon a Time... in HollywoodMarvin Schwarz
Ocean's ThirteenWilly Bank
Donnie BrascoLefty
The Devil's AdvocateJohn Milton
The Godfather: Part IIMichael
In the Name of the FatherMichael Corleone (archive footage)
InsomniaWill Dormer
The IrishmanJimmy Hoffa
Glengarry Glen RossRicky Roma
88 MinutesJack Gramm
The InsiderLowell Bergman
Righteous KillRooster
Any Given SundayTony D'Amato
CruisingSteve Burns
Sea of LoveDet. Frank Keller
Stand Up GuysVal
...and justice for all.Arthur Kirkland
Jack and JillAl Pacino
MisconductCharles Abrams
Frankie and JohnnyJohnny
The RecruitWalter Burke
HangmanRay Archer
The Panic in Needle ParkBobby
Two for the MoneyWalter
S1m0neViktor Taransky
The Merchant of VeniceShylock
HuntersMeyer Offerman 10 episodes, 2020
American ExperienceHickey / ... 1 episode, 2006
CBS News Sunday MorningSelf 1 episode, 2019
The Oprah Winfrey ShowSelf - Guest 1 episode, 2005
The One ShowSelf 1 episode, 2020

Al Pacino's Movie/Shows Salary

Movie / Series Salary
The GodfatherΒ (1972)$35,000
The Godfather: Part IIΒ (1974)$500,000 and 10% of the gross after break-even
...and justice for all.Β (1979)$1,000,000
The Godfather: Part IIIΒ (1990)$5,000,000
Glengarry Glen RossΒ (1992)$1,500,000
Carlito's WayΒ (1993)$6,000,000
InsomniaΒ (2002)ca. $11,000,000
S1m0neΒ (2002)$11,000,000

Al Pacino's Quotes

  • The problem with me is, I guess, the way I express myself, you have to be with me 50 years before you can get a sense of what I'm talking about.
  • I can't say I've been sober though. I don't like that word. What does it mean? 'Sober! He's very sober'.
  • There are times when I have a temperament. Yes, my temperament is there ... but I hope I'm gentle. Yes, I think I am.
  • When I try to explain anything I always end up trying to be right usually, but not truthful necessarily. Trying to give the right answer or what I think is the right answer. It's a human instinct. You try to be as clever as you can be. You're trying to come off like you really know what the hell's going on, when you don't!
  • I'm single and I don't particularly like it. I'm certainly the kind of person who prefers ... it ... it ... It's good to have someone in your life that you're going through this thing with. It's good. That's a thing in life that I aspire to.

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Interesting Facts about Al Pacino

  1. Ranked #4 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. [October 1997]
  2. Was arrested, charged with carrying a concealed weapon. [January 1961]
  3. Son of Sal Pacino (insurance agent) and Rose (nee Gerardi) Pacino; his maternal grandparents originate from Corleone, Sicily. His paternal grandparents originate from San Fratello, Sicily. Aside from his grandparents being from Corleone in Sicily, his real name "Alfredo" and childhood nickname "Sonny" are also indirect references to the names of his siblings in his breakthrough movie "The Godfather" (Fredo and Sonny).
  4. Turned down the role of Ted Kramer in Kramer vs. Kramer (1979), which went to Dustin Hoffman.
  5. Turned down the role of Han Solo in Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977), which went to Harrison Ford.
  6. Turned down the lead role of Roy Neary in Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), which went to Richard Dreyfuss.
  7. Turned down Apocalypse Now (1979), Born on the Fourth of July (1989), Pretty Woman (1990) and Crimson Tide (1995).
  8. Was offered the role of Harvey Dent / Two-Face on Batman: The Animated Series (1992), which went to Richard Moll.
  9. Originally asked for $7 million for The Godfather: Part III (1990), a figure that so enraged director Francis Ford Coppola that he threatened to write a new script that opened with Michael Corleone's funeral. Pacino settled for $5 million.
  10. Francis Ford Coppola asked Pacino to play Captain Willard in his film Apocalypse Now (1979). Pacino politely turned down the offer, saying he would "do anything" for Francis but he "wouldn't go to war with him!".
  11. Stopped a two-pack-a-day smoking habit to protect his voice (1994). In the mid-1980s, he had been smoking four packs of cigarettes a day. He now only occasionally smokes herbal cigarettes.
  12. Pacino was so much into character (playing a plain-clothes New York City policeman) while filming Serpico (1973) he actually pulled over and threatened to arrest a truck driver for exhaust pollution.
  13. Larry King considers Pacino's appearance on his show Larry King Live (1985) in November 1996 as one of his personal all-time favorite interviews.
  14. Is one of the few Hollywood stars who has never married.
  15. Despite the fact that he starred in "The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui" for Off-Broadway scale pay (the minimum salary allowed by Actor's Equity), the production had the highest ticket price in Off-Broadway history at $100 per ticket.
  16. Is one of twelve actors to have been nominated for both a Supporting and Lead Acting Academy Award in the same year. The other ten are Barry Fitzgerald Fay Bainter, Teresa Wright, Jessica Lange, Sigourney Weaver, Emma Thompson, Holly Hunter, Julianne Moore, Jamie Foxx, Cate Blanchett and Scarlett Johansson. Pacino was the second male actor, after Fitzgerald, to have been nominated for both a Best Supporting Actor and a Best Actor Oscar in the same year; the third is Foxx, who was nominated for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor in 2005.
  17. Won two Tony Awards: as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Dramatic) for "Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?" (1969) and as Best Actor (Play) for "The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel" (1977).
  18. Won his first Academy Award twenty-one years after his first nomination.
  19. He and Chris Sarandon improvised their scene on the phone in the film Dog Day Afternoon (1975).
  20. Studied at the Herbert Berghof (HB) Studio (HB Studio), where he met acting teacher Charlie Laughton (not to be confused with Charles Laughton), who became his mentor and best friend.

Additional information of Al Pacino

Lucky Number7
Lucky StoneEmerald
Lucky ColorGreen
Best Match for MarriageVirgo, Cancer, Capricorn
Break UpBeverly D'Angelo
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