Al Pacino on stage and screen

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Al Pacino filmography
Al Pacino Roma Film Fest cropped.jpg
Pacino at the Rome Film Festival in 2008
Occupation
  • Actor
  • director
  • producer
Years active1967–present

Al Pacino is an American film and stage actor and director. He is the recipient of one Academy Award, one BAFTA Award, two Primetime Emmy Awards, two Tony Awards, and four Golden Globe Awards.

Film[edit]

Title Year Role Director Notes Ref.
Me, Natalie 1969 Tony Fred Coe [1]
The Panic in Needle Park 1971 Bobby Jerry Schatzberg [2]
The Godfather 1972 Michael Corleone Francis Ford Coppola [3]
Scarecrow 1973 Francis Lionel "Lion" Delbuchi Jerry Schatzberg [4]
Serpico Frank Serpico Sidney Lumet [5]
The Godfather Part II 1974 Michael Corleone Francis Ford Coppola [6]
Dog Day Afternoon 1975 Sonny Wortzik Sidney Lumet [7]
Bobby Deerfield 1977 Bobby Deerfield Sydney Pollack [8]
...And Justice for All 1979 Arthur Kirkland Norman Jewison [9]
Cruising 1980 Steve Burns William Friedkin [10]
Author! Author! 1982 Ivan Travalian Arthur Hiller [11]
Scarface 1983 Tony Montana Brian De Palma [12]
Revolution 1985 Tom Dobb Hugh Hudson [13]
Sea of Love 1989 Frank Keller Harold Becker [14]
The Local Stigmatic 1990 Graham David F. Wheeler Also producer [15]
Dick Tracy Alphonse "Big Boy" Caprice Warren Beatty [16]
The Godfather Part III Michael Corleone Francis Ford Coppola [6]
Frankie and Johnny 1991 Johnny Garry Marshall [17]
Glengarry Glen Ross 1992 Richard "Ricky" Roma James Foley [18]
Scent of a Woman Frank Slade Martin Brest [19]
Carlito's Way 1993 Carlito "Charlie" Brigante Brian De Palma [20]
Two Bits 1995 Grandpa James Foley [21]
Heat Lieutenant Vincent Hanna Michael Mann [22]
City Hall 1996 John Pappas Harold Becker [23]
Donnie Brasco 1997 Benjamin "Lefty" Ruggiero Mike Newell [24]
The Devil's Advocate John Milton Taylor Hackford [25]
The Insider 1999 Lowell Bergman Michael Mann [26]
Any Given Sunday Tony D'Amato Oliver Stone [27]
Chinese Coffee 2000 Harry Levine Himself [28]
Insomnia 2002 Will Dormer Christopher Nolan [29]
Simone Viktor Taransky Andrew Niccol [30]
People I Know Eli Wurman Daniel Algrant [31]
The Recruit 2003 Walter Burke Roger Donaldson [32]
Gigli Starkman Martin Brest [33]
The Merchant of Venice 2004 Shylock Michael Radford [34]
Two for the Money 2005 Walter Abrams D.J. Caruso [35]
88 Minutes 2007 Dr. Jack Gramm Jon Avnet [36]
Ocean's Thirteen Willie Bank Steven Soderbergh [37]
Righteous Kill 2008 Det. David "Rooster" Fisk Jon Avnet [38]
The Son of No One 2011 Det. Stanford Dito Montiel [39]
Jack and Jill Himself Dennis Dugan [40]
Stand Up Guys 2012 Val Fisher Stevens [41]
We Are Not Animals 2013 The Agent Alejandro Agresti
Salomé King Herod Himself
Manglehorn 2014 A.J. Manglehorn David Gordon Green [42]
The Humbling Simon Axler Barry Levinson Also producer [43]
Danny Collins 2015 Danny Collins Dan Fogelman [44]
Misconduct 2016 Abrams Shintaro Shimosawa [45]
The Pirates of Somalia 2017 Seymour Tolbin Bryan Buckley [46]
Hangman Detective Archer Johnny Martin [47]
The Irishman Films that have not yet been released 2019 Jimmy Hoffa Martin Scorsese Post-production [48]
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Films that have not yet been released Marvin Shwarz Quentin Tarantino Post-production [49]
Axis Sally Films that have not yet been released 2020 James Laughlin Michael Polish Pre-production
King Lear Films that have not yet been released TBA King Lear Michael Radford Pre-production
Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released

Documentaries[edit]

Title Year Role Director Notes Ref.
Madonna: Truth or Dare 1991 Himself Alek Keshishian Uncredited [50]
Looking for Richard 1996 Narrator / Richard III Himself Also director and producer [51]
Pitch 1997 Himself Kenny Hotz
Spencer Rice
[52]
America: A Tribute to Heroes 2001 Himself [53]
I Knew It Was You 2009 Himself Richard Shepard [54]
Wilde Salomé 2011 King Herod Himself Also director [55]
Casting By 2012 Himself Tom Donahue [56]

Television[edit]

Title Year Role Director Notes Ref.
N.Y.P.D. 1968 John James David Pressman Episode: "Deadly Circle of Violence" [57]
The Godfather: A Novel for Television 1977 Michael Corleone Francis Ford Coppola 4 episodes [58]
Angels in America 2003 Roy Cohn Mike Nichols 6 episodes [59]
You Don't Know Jack 2010 Dr. Jack Kevorkian Barry Levinson Television film [60]
Phil Spector 2013 Phil Spector David Mamet Television film [61]
Paterno 2018 Joe Paterno Barry Levinson Television film [62]

Stage[edit]

Production Year Theater Role Ref(s)
Awake and Sing! 1967 Charles Playhouse Unknown [63]
America, Hurrah 1967 Charles Playhouse Unknown [64]
The Indian Wants the Bronx 1968 Astor Place Theatre Murph [65]
Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? 1969 Belasco Theater Bickham [66]
Camino Real 1970 Vivian Beaumont Theater Kilroy [67]
The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel 1977 Longacre Theatre Pavlo Hummel [68]
Richard III 1979 Cort Theatre Richard, Duke of Gloucester [69]
American Buffalo 1983 Circle in the Square Downtown
Booth Theatre
Walter "Teach" Cole [70][71]
The Local Stigmatic 1985 Actors' Playhouse Graham [72]
Julius Caesar 1988 Joseph Papp Public Theater / Newman Theater Mark Antony [73]
Chinese Coffee 1992 Circle in the Square Theatre Harry Levine [74]
Salome 1992 Circle in the Square Theatre Herod Antipas [75]
Hughie 1996 Circle in the Square Theatre Erie Smith /Also Director [76]
The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui 2002 National Actors Theatre/ The Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts at Pace University Arturo Ui [77]
Orphans 2005 Greenway Court Theatre Harold [78]
The Merchant of Venice 2010 Delacorte Theater/Broadhurst Theater Shylock [79][80]
Glengarry Glen Ross 2012 Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre Sheldon "Shelley" Levene [81]
China Doll 2015 Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre Mickey Ross [82]
God Looked Away 2017 Pasadena Playhouse Tennessee Williams [83]

Video games[edit]

Title Year Role Notes Ref.
Scarface: The World Is Yours 2006 Tony Montana Likeness only

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