Al Pacino Net Worth: $150 Million (approx.)
|Net Worth:||$150 Million (approx.)|
|Date of Birth:||Apr 25, 1940|
|Height:||5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Film director, Film Producer, Theatre Director|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
Al Pacino net worth is around $150 million. Al Pacino is a globally famous actor and filmmaker.
Al Pacino 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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Al Pacino Net Worth 2022:
Al Pacino net worth is around $150 million in 2022.
With a career of more than five decades, Al Pacino is considered one of the greatest actors of all time. Pacino has won an Academy Award, 2 Tony Awards and 2 Primetime Emmy Awards.
Al Pacino earnings from movies:
Al earned $35,000 for his role in the first Godfather in 1972. This is the same as around $215,000 today after adjusting for inflation. For the second Godfather Al Pacino salary was increased to $500,000, which is the same as $2.6 million in today’s time. Al Pacino earned 10% of the film’s gross after break-even, which would translate into millions in bonus earnings.
For the third installment, Al Pacino demanded $7 million plus a percentage of gross receipts BEFORE costs, Francis Ford Coppola refused and even threatened to make the opening scene of the third movie, Michael Corleone’s funeral. Al Pacino eventually accepted a flat $5 million.
Al Pacino recieved $1.5 million for 1992’s “Glengarry Glen Ross” and $6 million for 1993’s “Carlito’s Way. By 1990s, Al Pacino regularly earned $10+ million per movie appearances. For example, Al Pacino earned $11 million for 2002’s “S1m0ne”, a relative failure in his career.
Al Pacino has a multi-year ongoing deal with HBO that guarantees him a flat earnings of $10 million for any feature film he stars in for the network. So far 3 films have been produced through this deal, “You Don’t Know Jack”, “Paterno” and “Phil Spector”.
Al Pacino The Irishman Salary:
Al Pacino, along with Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci each recieved around $20 million to appear in Martin Scorsese’s 2019 Netflix drama “The Irishman“. These 3 salaries alone took up almost half share of the film’s total budget. This was a career high salary (before backend royalties) for all three actors.
Al Pacino House:
Al Pacino has long owned a massive property in Palisades, New York. Al Pacino has also at times owned properties in New York City but has also chosen to rent there in recent years. Seems,Al Pacino is more of the renting type owner.
Al Pacino Biography:
|Born||Alfredo James Pacino|
April 25, 1940 (age 82)
New York City, U.S.
|Alma mater||Actors Studio,HB Studio|
|Partner(s)||Jan Tarrant (1988–1989),Beverly D’Angelo (1997–2003),Lucila Polak (2008–2018)|
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 Pacino and his mother moved in with his grandparents in the Bronx.
His grandparents were Italian immigrants who, coincidentally, came from Corleone, Sicily. Al Pacino father, who was born in San Fratello, Sicily, moved to Covino, California during Al’s childhood.
Al Pacino did not enjoy school. He attended Herman Ridder Junior High school but dropped out of most classes, minus English. Al Pacino then auditioned for and was accepted into the High School of Performing Arts. Al Pacino mother was furious at this decision and, after an argument, Al Pacino moved out on his own. Al Pacino supported himself outside of school with a series of odd jobs including working as a janitor, messenger and a busboy.
Al Pacino as Struggling Actor
Al Pacino acted anywhere he could during this time period. Al Pacino was also frequently unemployed and homeless. Al Pacino performed in basement plays in NYC’s theater underground. AL Pacino auditioned for acting companies but was largely rejected. He was eventually accepted into HB Studio where the teacher Charlie Laughton took Al under his wing and became a mentor/best friend.
After 4 years with HB Studio Al Pacino auditioned and was finally accepted into the Actors Studio, an organization of the country’s top professional actors, playwrights and theater directors. Al Pacino studied method acting under famed coach Lee Strasberg.
In 1967, Al Pacino worked for a season at a playhouse in Boston performing in a play called “Awake and Sing!”. Al Pacino earned a then career-high $125 per week from the role.
In 1968, Al Pacino starred in Israel Horovitz’s (father of Beastie Boys’ Adam Horowitz) play “The Indian Wants the Bronx”. The play ran for 177 performances. Entertainment manager Martin Bergman saw the play and was so impressed by Al Pacino’s performance that he signed the up-and-coming actor on the spot, securing a relationship that would last many fruitful years. It was Bergman who would later pressure Al Pacino to accept roles in The Godfather, Serpico and Dog Day Afternoon which made him to be considered as one of the best actors in the world.
Al Pacino Movies Success:
Al Pacino made his film debut in 1969 in the film “Me, Natalie”. Al Pacino would soon follow it up with “The Panic in Needle Park”. This gained Al Pacino enough attention that Francis Ford Coppola cast him in the role of Michael Corleone in The Godfather. The part would produce Al Pacino’s first Oscar nomination. Al Pacino would go on to star in such classics as “Serpico”, “And Justice for all”, “Dog Day Afternoon” and “The Godfather Part 2” (years later he would also star in “The Godfather Part 3”.
The 1980s were somewhat less productive for Al Pacino. Though, in 1983 he would star as Tony Montana in “Scarface”. Despite being critically panned, the movie was a box office success and would go onto become one of Pacino’s most memorable and iconic roles.
Other notable film roles in Al Pacino career include “Dick Tracey”, “Scent of a Woman”, “The Devil’s Advocate”, “Any Given Sunday”, “Insomnia”, “Phil Spector”, “Paterno”, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” and “The Irishman”. He won the 1993 Best Actor Academy Award for “Scent of a Woman”. As of this writing he has been nominated for 8 Oscars, with just the one win.
Al Pacino Children:
Al Pacino has never been married but he does have 3 children. His oldest child, a daughter, came from a relationship with acting coach Jan Tarrant.
Al Pacino then had twins, a boy and a girl with actress Beverly D’Angelo. Al Pacino and Beverly dated from 1996 to 2003.
Al Pacino was in a 10 year relationship with actress Lucila Polak from 2008 to 2018.