BIO

Al Pacino

PHIL SPECTOR
For his portrayal of the famed record producer facing trial for homicide

Golden Globes: 11 Nominations, 4 Wins

Wins:
1974 Golden Globe Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama SERPICO.
1993 Golden Globe Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama SCENT OF A WOMAN
2004 Golden Globe Best Actor TV Miniseries ANGELS IN AMERICA
2011 Golden Globe Best Actor in a TV Movie YOU DON’T KNOW JACK.

Nominations
1973 Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama THE GODFATHER
1975 Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama THE GODFATHER PART II
1976 Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama DOG DAY AFTERNOON
1978 Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama BOBBY DEERFIELD
1980 Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama ..AND JUSTICE FOR ALL
1983 Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy AUTHOR, AUTHOR
1984 Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama SCARFACE
1990 Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama SEA OF LOVE
1991 Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama THE GODFATHER PART III
1991 Best Supporting Actor DICK TRACY
1993 Best Supporting Actor GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS

MILESTONES:
A key figure in the method acting movement, Pacino made his mark playing cops as well as gangsters and mobsters. His breakout role of Michael Corleone in THE GODFATHER (1972) brought him wide acclaim. Iconic roles in films like SERPICO (1974), DOG DAY AFTERNOON (1976) and CRUISING cemented his reputation as one of the preeminent interpreters of American cinema. Equally proficient and incisive in film, television and stage, Pacino has directed film and theater in a career that spans more than four decades. Other milestones include SCARFACE (1983), SCENT OF A WOMAN (1992), CARLITO’S WAY (1993), and THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (2004)