Golden Globe Moment: Al Pacino, 1993

by Elisa Leonelli March 4, 2019
Actor and director Al Pacino, Golden Gloeb winner, 1993

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Al Pacino receives the Best Actor in a Motion Picture-Drama Golden Globe for Scent of a Woman, directed by Martin Brest, at the 50th-anniversary ceremony held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday, January 23, 1993. Jodie Foster presented him the award as the previous year’s Best Actress in a Motion Picture-Drama for Silence of the Lambs. Patrick Swayze was co-presenter. 

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Pacino had won his first Golden Globe in 1974 for Serpico directed by Sidney Lumet.  He was the recipient of the Cecil B. deMille award in 2001, and won two more Globes for television, in 2004 for Angels in America, directed by Mike Nichols from the play by Tony Kushner, in 2011 for playing Jack Kevorkian in You Don’t Know Jack by Barry Levinson.  He received a total of 17 nominations.