Al Pacino may be an Oscar-winning actor known for roles in “The Godfather,” “Scarface” and more, but he’s also a family man.
Pacino, who has never been married, welcomed three children with acting coach Jan Tarrant and actress Beverly D’Angelo between 1989 and 2001.
“She has been with Al for some time, and they get on very well,” our insider shared. “The age gap doesn’t seem to be a problem, even though he is older than her father.”
As the couple await their first baby together, meet the rest of Pacino’s brood below.
Julie Marie Pacino
Al became a dad in October 1989 when his and Tarrant’s daughter, Julie Marie Pacino, arrived.
His eldest child was “intrigued” visiting film sets as a kid and has followed in her dad’s footsteps with a New York Film Academy degree and two production companies, Poverty Row Entertainment and Tiny Apples.
“It’s great to be able to work on something from start to finish and have that on-set experience,” Julie gushed to her alma mater in 2014. “I learn something new every time.”
Anton James Pacino
In January 2001, D’Angelo gave birth to her and Al’s son, Anton James Pacino, and daughter, Olivia Pacino, with the help of in vitro fertilization, two years before the couple called it quits.
The Tony winner’s son stays out of the spotlight and seemingly does not have social media accounts.
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Al explained the perspective shift he experienced after his little ones arrived in a 2015 Guardian interview, gushing, “Before I had my three, I’d walk around in my own head, not noticing anything. Acting used to be everything; now, because of them, it’s just a small part.”
Anton’s sister, however, does maintain a social media presence and often posts about her father and siblings.
Olivia has been dating her boyfriend since November 2018.
The Fusion Academy grad explained in a video for her private school that she is a “visual” learner who “didn’t learn the way” her brother did and always felt “competition with him.”
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