Al Pacino Net Worth

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Net Worth: $120 Million
Date of Birth: Apr 25, 1940 (80 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Profession: Actor, Film director, Film Producer, Theatre Director
Nationality: United States of America
Last Updated: 2020
Al Pacino Net Worth:
$120 Million

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Actor Al Pacino has a networth that has to be considered very impressive.

Al Pacino net worth and salary: Al Pacino is an American Actor of both stage and screen who has a net worth of $120 million. With a career that has spanned more than five decades, Al Pacino is considered one of the greatest actors of all time. As of this writing he has won an Academy Award, two Tony Awards and two Primetime Emmy Awards. His notable films include The Godfather (pars 1, 2 and 3), Serpico, Scent of a Woman, Heat, Donnie Brasco and The Irishman, among many others.

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Early Life: Al Pacino was born Alfredo James Pacino on April 25th, 1940 in East Harlem Manhattan. Pacino’s parents divorced when he was two years old. Subsequently, Al and his mother moved in with his grandparents in the Bronx. His grandparents were Italian immigrants who, coincidentally, came from Corleone, Sicily. Al’s father, who was born in San Fratello, Sicily, moved to Covino, California during Al’s childhood.

Inspirational Quotes by Al Pacino

I don’t think actors should ever expect to get a role, because the disappointment is too great. You’ve got to think of things as an opportunity. An audition’s an opportunity to have an audience.

Al Pacino

It’s never really that much fun for me to do movies anyway, because you – you know, you have to get up very early in the morning and you have to go in and you spend a lot of time waiting around.

Al Pacino

I’ve never cared for guns. In fact, when I did ‘Scent of a Woman’ I had to learn how to assemble one.

Al Pacino

It surprised me, the feeling I got when I won the Oscar for ‘Scent of a Woman.’ It was a new feeling. I’d never felt it. I don’t see my Oscar much now. But when I first got it, there was a feeling for weeks afterward that I guess is akin to winning a gold medal in the Olympics.

Al Pacino

Shakespeare’s plays are more violent than ‘Scarface.’

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