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Trained in method acting, the stand out star of iconic films The Godfather (1972) and Scarface (1983), Al Pacino scored two Academy Award nominations in 1993: one for his lead in Scent of a Woman (for which he won the Oscar for Best Actor) and another for his supporting role Glengarry Glen Ross. Since then, Pacino hasn’t been giving anyone any cement shoes; instead, he returned to the stage in 2010 as Shylock in The Merchant of Venice. While he’s enjoyed a number of relationships with costars and has three children from previous relationships, this former on-screen mobster and military man has never tied the knot.
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