Al Pacino has a net worth of $145 million. He is a highly acclaimed actor, producer, and filmmaker. He was born Alfredo James Pacino on April 25, 1940 in Manhattan. Pacino has never been married, but has three children with two women; the first was with Jan Tarrant in 1989 named Julie, and he has twins, with former girlfriend Beverly D'Angelo in 2001, named Olivia and Anton.
Al Pacino Net Worth - $145 Million
Birth Name - Alfredo James Pacino
Date of birth - April 25, 1940
Zodiac Sign - Taurus
Birth Place - Manhattan, New York, U.S.
Nationality - American
Height - 5′ 7″
Profession - Screenwriter, Film producer, Film director, Actor, Theatre Director
He dropped out of a high school at the age of seventeen that specialized in performing arts. His early work, acting in school plays helped him get through not liking being in school. Pacino would work low paying jobs to support himself after dropping out of school, and at times would be homeless. He would train at the Actor's Studio, and was trained by famous acting coach Lee Strasberg. It was with him that Pacino was able to start getting more roles in TV shows and in the theater. He would make his film debut in "Me, Natalie" in 1969, but not until "The Panic Needle Park" would Pacino appear in a lead role. It would also get the attention of Francis Ford Coppola, who would later cast him as Michael Corleone in "The Godfather", a film that was the first of many hits for Pacino.
He has made most of his net worth acting. He has acted on stage and screen, winning Emmys, Golden Globes, an Oscar, and Tony awards. Time after time, he turns in a performance that is praised by critics and loved by audiences; being called one of the finest actors of his generation. In the 1970s alone, he received four Oscar nominations for his films alone. Pacino has appeared in many movies in his fifty years as an actor. Films such as: "Dog Day Afternoon", "Insomnia", "The Devil's Advocate", "Scent of A Woman", all three "Godfather" films, "Serpico", "Donnie Brasco", "Heat", "Carlito's Way", "You Don't Know Jack", "Scarface", "People I Know", and "Any Given Sunday". The success of the first "Godfather" film allowed him to make more money up front for doing a movie.
Pacino has also directed four movies; two of which are documentaries, as well as two other films, one called "Salome" and "Chinese Coffee". The latter being solely financed by Pacino. For most of his career, Pacino did not lend his name to support any products, until 2010 when he supported Vittoria, an Australian coffee.
He has won one Oscar for best leading actor for his role in "Scent of A Woman", which was his eighth Oscar nomination, and his only win. Pacino has also won four Golden Globes for his roles in "Serpico", "Scent of A Woman", "Angels in America", and "You Don't Know Jack". Pacino is the first male actor to receive two Oscar nominations in the same year and win for best lead actor. He has also won two Emmy awards and two Tony Awards. Pacino was given the AFI Life Achievement Award and the Cecil B. DeMille Award.