- 1 Who is Olivia Pacino?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Olivia Pacino Net Worth and Assets
- 3 Popularity as a Celebrity Child
- 4 Personal Life, Appearance, and Vital Statistics
- 5 Who Is Her Father? Al Pacino Short Wiki/Bio
- 6 Who Is Her Mother? Beverly D’Angelo Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Olivia Pacino?
Olivia Rose Pacino was born under the sign of Aquarius on 25 January 2001, in Los Angeles, California USA, and is a 19-year-old celebrity child, probably best recognized for being the daughter of the winner of the Triple Crown of Acting, Al Pacino, and Beverly D’Angelo, a renowned actress and singer.
How rich is she, as of now? Olivia Pacino Net Worth and Assets
Olivia Pacino’s career is yet to come, and she apparently still enjoys the wealth of her famous parents. Being one of the highest paid actors in the film industry, her father has an impressive net worth of over $165 million, while her mother has a total net worth of $20 million, acquired as a successful actress as well. The family also owns luxury properties in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, among many other assets.
Popularity as a Celebrity Child
Al Pacino and Beverly D’Angelo were in a relationship from 1996 to 2003 – she gave birth to Olivia and her twin brother Anton James Pacino at the age of 49. Being one the most popular celebrity families, the news of the birth of their twins hit the headlines, however, her parents made sure Olivia had as normal a childhood as possible, far away from the eye of the media and paparazzi. Olivia is Christian, holds American nationality and belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group. Her father, Al Pacino, was previously married to acting coach Jan Tarrant, and they welcomed a daughter in October 1989. So Olivia has an elder half-sister, named Julie Marie Pacino, who is a screenwriter and producer. Olivia matriculated from Fusion Academy Miracle Mile High School, and is currently preparing to attend a college.
Personal Life, Appearance, and Vital Statistics
Olivia Pacino has been romantically involved in a relationship with Ryan Harley, a hip hop artist and record producer based in Los Angeles. Olivia has long dark brown hair and blue eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 8ins (1.73m).
Who Is Her Father? Al Pacino Short Wiki/Bio
Alfredo James ‘Al’ Pacino was born on 25 April 1940 under the sign of Taurus, in New York City USA, of Italian descent, the son of Salvatore Pacino and Rose Gerardi. Following the divorce of his parents when he was two, he moved with his mother to The Bronx to live with his grandparents, James and Kate Gerardi, who migrated from Corleone, Sicily; his father came from San Fratello, Sicily. He dropped out of Herman Ridder Junior High School, and later attended the High School of Performing Arts. Pacino eventually left his home and joined the HB Studios, where he was taught by Charlie Laughton, and then passed the audition for the Actors Studio in 1966, where he studied ‘method acting’ under Lee Strasberg.
In 2010, he became the co-president of the Actors Studio, alongside Harvey Keitel and Ellen Burstyn.
Career on Stage
Al Pacino started his career on stage in 1967, performing in such plays as “Awake And Sing!”, and “The Indian Wants The Bronx”. In 1969, he made his Broadway debut in “Does A Tiger Wear A Necktie?”, for which he won his first Tony Award. He then performed in “The Basic Training Of Pavlo Hummer” – which earned him his second Tony Award – followed by “Richard III”, “American Buffalo”, “The Resistible Rise Of Arturo Ui”, and others. He was also nominated for a Tony Award – Best Leading Actor in a Play, for his portrayal of Shylock in “The Merchant Of Venice”.
Film Debut and Rise to Fame as Corleone in “The Godfather”
In 1969, Al Pacino made his debut film appearance in a small role in the independent comedy-drama film “Me, Natalie”.
After being spotted by Francis Ford Coppola for his portrayal of a heroin addict in the 1971 romantic drama “The Panic In Needle Park”, he was chosen to play Michael Corleone in Coppola’s crime film “The Godfather”, which gained him international fame and earned him his first Oscar nomination. He later reprised the role in the sequels, “The Godfather Part II” in 1974, earning him his second Oscar nomination, and “The Godfather Part III” in 1990. Pacino’s portrayal of Corleone is considered one of the greatest performances in the history of film.
Pacino’s next major role came in 1973, when he starred in the title role of the neo-noir biographical crime film “Serpico”, directed by Sidney Lumet, which earned him his second Oscar nomination – he won further Oscar nominations for his portrayals of Sonny in another Sidney Lumet neo-noir film “Dog Day Afternoon” (1975), Arthur Kirkland in the courtroom drama “…And Justice For All” (1979), and Big Boy Caprice in the action comedy “Dick Tracy” (1991).
In 1992, he starred as Ricky Roma in the drama “Glengarry Glen Ross”, for which he earned another Academy Award nomination. In the following year, Al Pacino eventually won the Academy Award for Best Actor, featuring as Lt. Col. Frank Slade in the drama “Scent Of A Woman”, directed by Martin Brest. Most recently, he earned his ninth Oscar nomination for playing Jimmy Hoffa in Martin Scorsese’s epic drama film “The Irishman” (2020).
Other Significant Portrayals
Al Pacino landed the role of Tony Montana in the 1983 crime drama film “Scarface”, directed by Brian De Palma. During the 1990s, he played Carlito Brigante in the crime drama “Carlito’s Way” (1993), portrayed Benjamin Ruggiero in another crime drama “Donnie Brasco” (1997), and featured as Lowell Bergman in the drama “The Insider” (1999).
He’s also starred on television – he was cast as Roy Cohn in the HBO mini-series “Angels In America” in 2003, and played Dr. Jack Kevorkian in the HBO film “You Don’t Know Jack” (2010), both of which earned him Primetime Emmy, Golden Globe, and Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Producer and Director
In 1990, Al Pacino produced the drama “The Local Stigmatic”, directed by David F. Wheeler, and then he produced and made his directing debut with the 1996 documentary film “Looking For Richard”. Afterwards, he directed the drama “Chinese Coffee” (2000), the documentary film “Wilde Salomé” (2011), and “Salomé” (2013). He also produced the romantic comedy-drama “The Humbling” in 2014.
Who Is Her Mother? Beverly D’Angelo Short Wiki/Bio
Beverly Heather D’Angelo was born on 15 November 1951 under the sign of Scorpio, in Upper Arlington, Ohio USA.
She is the daughter of Eugene Constantino ‘Gene’ D’Angelo, who was a bass player and TV station manager at WBNS-TV, and Priscilla Ruth, a violinist. She has three brothers named Tim, Tony and Jeff. She is the granddaughter of architect Howard Dwight Smith, known for designing Ohio Stadium. She went to Upper Arlington High School.
Prior to becoming an actress, Beverly worked as an illustrator at Hanna-Barbera Studios. She then spent some time working as a backup singer for Ronnie Hawkins’ rock band ‘The Hawks’. She started her career as a stage actress, making her Broadway debut in the musical “Rockabye Hamlet”, followed by her TV debut as Miss Emmy in the mini-series “Captains And The Kings”, both in 1976.
Rise to Fame
Beverly’s first major role came in 1979, when she portrayed Sheila Franklin in the musical anti-war drama film “Hair”, directed by Milos Forman and based on the 1968 Broadway play of the same name. In 1980, she landed the role of Patsy Cline in the biographical musical film “Coal Miner’s Daughter”, which follows the life of country singer Loretta Lynn. The role of Patsy earned her a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture. Her biggest break came with the role of Ellen Griswold in the 1983 road comedy film “National Lampoon’s Vacation”. She would reprise the role in its sequels, “National Lampoon’s European Vacation” (1985), “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” (1989), “Vegas Vacation” (1997), and “Vacation” (2015).
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In 1984, Beverly starred as Stella DuBois Kowalski in the made-for-TV drama film “A Streetcar Named Desire”, winning an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie.
Her next significant role came in 1998, when she featured as Doris Vinyard in Tony Kaye’s crime drama film “American History X”, which earned her a nomination for Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture. Between 2003 and 2008, Beverly guest-starred as Rebecca Balthus in five episodes of the NBC crime drama series “ Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, and was also cast as Barbara Miller in the HBO comedy-drama series “Entourage” from 2005 to 2011. Most recently, Beverly starred as Patricia Gregson in the USA Network drama series “Shooter” (2017-18) and as Stella Rose Buckley in the Netflix dark comedy-drama series “Insatiable” (2018-19).