List of awards and nominations received by Al Pacino

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List of Al Pacino awards
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Al Pacino at the Rome Film Festival in 2008

Award Wins Nominations
Academy Awards
1 8
BAFTA Film Awards
1 4
Golden Globe
5 16
Primetime Emmy Awards
2 3
Tony Awards
2 3

This list includes the awards and nominations received by film and stage actor Al Pacino.

Main awards[edit]

Academy Awards
Year Film Result Category
1973 The Godfather Nominated Best Supporting Actor
1974 Serpico Best Leading Actor
1975 The Godfather Part II
1976 Dog Day Afternoon
1980 ...And Justice for All
1991 Dick Tracy Best Supporting Actor
1993 Glengarry Glen Ross
Scent of a Woman Won Best Leading Actor
BAFTA Film Awards
Year Film Result Category
1973 The Godfather Nominated Best Newcomer to Leading Roles
1975 Serpico Best Leading Actor
1976 Dog Day Afternoon and The Godfather Part II Won
1991 Dick Tracy Nominated Best Supporting Actor
Golden Globe Awards
Year Film Result Category
1973 The Godfather Nominated Best Leading Actor in a Drama Film
1974 Serpico Won
1975 The Godfather Part II Nominated
1976 Dog Day Afternoon
1978 Bobby Deerfield
1980 ...And Justice for All
1983 Author! Author! Best Leading Actor in a Musical or Comedy Film
1984 Scarface Best Leading Actor in a Drama Film
1990 Sea of Love
1991 The Godfather Part III
Dick Tracy Best Supporting Actor in a Film
1993 Glengarry Glen Ross
Scent of a Woman Won Best Leading Actor in a Drama Film
2004 Angels in America Best Leading Actor in a Miniseries of Television Film
2011 You Don't Know Jack
2014 Phil Spector Nominated
Emmy Awards
Year Film Result Category
2004 Angels in America Won Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie
2010 You Don't Know Jack Won
2013 Phil Spector Nominated
Tony Awards
Year Play Result Category
1969 Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? Won Best Supporting Actor in a Play
1977 The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel Won Best Leading Actor in a Play
2011 The Merchant of Venice Nominated

Other awards[edit]

American Comedy Awards
Year Film Result Category
1991 Dick Tracy Won Best Supporting Actor in a Film
American Movie Awards
Year Film Result Category
1980 ...And Justice for All Nominated Best Leading Actor
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards
Year Film Result Category
2000 Any Given Sunday Nominated Favorite Leading Actor in a Drama
Boston Society of Film Critics Awards
Year Film Result Category
1997 Donnie Brasco Won Best Leading Actor
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards
Year Film Result Category
1991 Dick Tracy Nominated Best Leading Actor
1993 Scent of a Woman
Glengarry Glen Ross Best Supporting Actor
1998 Donnie Brasco Best Leading Actor
David di Donatello Awards
Year Film Result Category
1973 The Godfather Won Best Foreign Actor
1974 Serpico Won[1]
1993 Carlito's Way Nominated
Directors Guild of America Award
Year Film Result Category
1997 Looking for Richard Won Best Director of a Documentary
Drama Desk Awards
Year Play Result Category
1969 Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? Won Best Performance
1977 The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel Won Best Leading Actor in a Play
1984 American Buffalo Nominated
2011 The Merchant of Venice Nominated
Independent Spirit Awards
Year Film Result Category
1997 Looking for Richard Nominated Truer Than Fiction Award
Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards
Year Film Result Category
1976 Dog Day Afternoon Won Best Leading Actor
Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
Year Film Result Category
1980 ...And Justice for All Won Best Actor[2]
London Film Critics Awards
Year Film Result Category
2003 Insomnia Nominated Best Leading Actor
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards
Year Film Result Category
1975 Dog Day Afternoon Won Best Leading Actor
MTV Movie Awards
Year Film Result Category
1998 The Devil's Advocate Nominated Best Villain
National Board of Review Awards
Year Film Result Category
1972 The Godfather Won Best Supporting Actor[3]
1973 Serpico Won Best Leading Actor[4]
National Society of Film Critics Awards
Year Film Result Category
1973 The Godfather Won Best Leading Actor
1974 Serpico Nominated Best Leading Actor
1976 Dog Day Afternoon Nominated Best Leading Actor
1991 Dick Tracy Nominated Best Supporting Actor
1998 Donnie Brasco Nominated Best Leading Actor
New York Film Critics Circle Awards
Year Film Result Category
1974 Serpico Nominated Best Leading Actor
1976 Dog Day Afternoon
1993 Scent of a Woman
Obie Awards
Year Film Result Category
1966 Why Is A Crooked Letter Nominated Best Actor
1968 The Indian Wants the Bronx Won
San Sebastián International Film Festival
Year Film Result Category
1975 Dog Day Afternoon Won Best Actor
SAG Awards
Year Film Result Category
2004 Angels in America Won Best Leading Actor in a Miniseries of Television Movie
2011 You Don't Know Jack
2014 Phil Spector Nominated
Satellite Awards
Year Film Result Category
2000 The Insider Nominated Best Leading Actor in a Drama Film
2004 Angels in America Nominated Best Leading Actor in a Miniseries or Television Film
2010 You Don't Know Jack Won
2014 Phil Spector Nominated
Saturn Awards
Year Film Result Category
1991 Dick Tracy Nominated Best Supporting Actor in a Film
1998 The Devil's Advocate Best Leading Actor in a Film
Teen Choice Awards
Year Film Result Category
2007 Ocean's Thirteen Nominated Favorite Villain in a Film
Television Critics Association Awards
Year Film Result Category
2004 Angels in America Nominated Best Actor in a Drama
Theatre World Awards
Year Play Result Category
1969 Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? Won Best Debut
Valladolid International Film Festival
Year Film Result Category
1992 Glengarry Glen Ross Won Best Actor[5]

Notes[edit]

Special awards[edit]

Year Ceremony Award
1975 Golden Apple Awards Best Actor (Nomination)
People's Choice Awards Favorite Actor in a Film (Nomination)
1976
1977
1992 Boston Film Festival Film Excellence Award
1994 Venice International Film Festival Career Golden Lion
1996 San Sebastián International Film Festival Donostia Award
1996 Gotham Awards Lifetime Achievement Award
2000 Film Society of Lincoln Center Gala Tribute
2001 Golden Globe Awards Cecil B. DeMille Award
2005 American Cinematheque American Cinematheque Award
2006 University Philosophical Society Honorary Patron of the Society
2007 American Film Institute Lifetime Achievement Award
2011 National Medal of Arts National Medal of Arts
2011 Venice International Film Festival Glory to the Filmmaker Award
Queer Lion
2012 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival Volta Award

Other[edit]

This list includes awards, votes, etc. where Al Pacino appears by websites, channels or magazines.

Vote or Rank
Voted the greatest movie star of all time in a Channel 4 poll.
Voted second best actor of all time at FilmFour.com (2004).
Ranked #4 in the Empire "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list (October 1997).
Premiere ranked him #37 on a list of the Greatest Movie Stars of All Time in their Stars in Our Constellation feature (2005).
Voted 41st Greatest Movie Star of All Time by Entertainment Weekly.
His performance as Michael Corleone in The Godfather Part II is ranked #11 on AFI's 100 Years...100 Heroes & Villains list of villains.
His line "Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer." from The Godfather Part II is ranked #58 on AFI's 100 Years...100 Movie Quotes list.
His performance as Michael Corleone in The Godfather Part II is ranked #20 on the list of 100 Greatest Performances of All Time by Premiere.
His character, Michael Corleone from The Godfather Part II, is ranked #21 on the list of 100 Greatest Movie Characters by Empire.
His line "Say hello to my little friend!" from Scarface is ranked #61 on AFI's 100 Years...100 Movie Quotes list.
His character, Tony Montana from Scarface, is ranked #27 on the list of 100 Greatest Movie Characters by Empire.
His character, Tony Montana from Scarface, is ranked #74 on the list of 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time by Premiere.
His line "Attica! Attica!" from Dog Day Afternoon is ranked #86 on AFI's 100 Years...100 Movie Quotes list.
His performance as Sonny Wortzik in Dog Day Afternoon is ranked #4 on the list of 100 Greatest Performances of All Time by Premiere.
His performance as Frank Serpico in Serpico is ranked #40 on AFI's 100 Years...100 Heroes & Villains list of heroes.

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