His movie “The Godfather” in 1972 was considered to be on “Top 100 Movies of All Time” declared by most rankers and award winning bodies including Weekly Magazine and WatchMojo.com to be number 1. His role “Michael Carleon” made Hollywood a history and made it great. It is known that until this very moment, collectors are still asking to ship the complete set of the trilogy.
Behind Michael Carleon is Al Pacino who outstandingly showed great emancipation for the character. He was born as Alfredo James Pacino in
on April 25, 1940. His parents divorced when he was 2 years old. For the record, Al Pacino was known to be smoking since he was 9 years old and did other vices as he gets older. He was also arrested in January 7, 1961 for alleged bank robbery. When police officers spotted their car around the area, interrogated them and found out that there were men wearing masks and found a 38 caliber in the trunk. Pacino explained that one of his men is in the process of being actor and the gun found is going to be used as props. Pacino is also a school dropped out. He joined HB studio and met
who soon became his mentor. He was never married but with romantic partners Jan Tarrant from 1988 to 1989 and Beverly D’ Angelo from 1996 to 2003. His children, naming Julie Marie, the twins Anton and Olivia.
He acted and played roles in stage and theatres but he made his debut for the 1969 movie “Me, Natalie.” This was followed by 1971 film “The Panic in Needle Park.” Then came his iconic movie “The Godfather” in 1972. This movie became and the immortal scripts were made part of our history. He acted as Francis in the movie “Scarecrow” and as Frank for the movie “Serpico” both in 1973 where he won Best Leading Actor. They made their second installment of “The Godfather II” in 1974. These were followed with nominated movies through 1975 “Dog day Afternoon”, romantic film “Bobby Deerfield” and 1979 movie “And Justice for All.”
He went back in his another iconic movie “Scarface” in 1983. He also made “Dick Tracy” in 1990 and the third installment of “The Godfather III” in 1990. He was first nominate 7 times for Best Actor, not until he played as retried Colonel Frank Slade in the 1992 movie “Scent of a Woman” with Chris O’Donnell. He also appeared in numerous movies like “City hall”, the 1999 movie “Insider”, the crime thriller film with
“Insomia” in 2002. He also filmed the movie “S1m0ne” in 2002. He worked with
for the blockbuster movie “The Recruit” in 2003. He also made his part in another blockbuster movie “Ocean’s Thirteen” in 2007, “Righteous Kill”, “The Son of No One” and “Jack and Jill” both in 2011. He also showed up in the movie “
” and “The Humbling” both in 2014. The movie “
” in 2015. He does have upcoming movies in 2016 entitled “Beyond Deceit” and “The Trap.”
He won Academy Award for Best Actor in 1993 movie “Scent of a Woman.” He won best Leading actor for his 1976 “Dog day Afternoon” and “The Godfather II” from BAFTA. Golden Globe Award for Best Leading Actor for the movie “Angels in America” in 2004 and Best Leading Actor for miniseries “You Don’t Know Jack.” He won Best Supporting actor from American Comedy Awards in his 1991 movie “Dick Tracy” and more awards and nominations were listed under his name. This made him so famous and called to be one of the “Top Actors of All Time.”