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Al Pacino will become a dad at the age of 83, a representative for the star confirmed to Insider.
The "Scarface" actor is already a father of three. He welcomed his eldest daughter, Julie, in 1989.
He also fathered twins Anton and Olivia who were born in 2001 to actor Beverly D'Angelo.
Al Pacino is set to become one of the oldest dads in Hollywood. A representative for the actor confirmed to Insider that the 83-year-old is expecting a baby with his girlfriend Noor Alfallah.
On Tuesday, TMZ broke the news that 29-year-old Alfallah — who is 53 years Pacino's junior — is eight months pregnant and will be welcoming a child with the "Serpico" actor sometime in the following month.
Pacino is already father to 22-year-old twins Oliva and Anton who he welcomed with his former girlfriend Beverly D'Angelo, and a 33-year-old daughter, Julie, who he shares with acting coach, Jan Tarrant.
Speaking in 2015, Pacino spoke about how becoming a father had "changed my perspective."
"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," he told The Guardian.
Here's everything you need to know about the Pacino children.
Julie Marie Pacino
Julie Marie Pacino is the Hollywood legend's eldest child. She was born on October 16, 1989, and her mother is acting coach Jan Tarrant.
In a 2011 interview with New York Post, she said that her parents handed her a camcorder when she was young and fostered her interest in making movies.
She joked that she "spoofed" all of her father's famous films and even made one called "Not Another Al Pacino Movie" as a birthday present for her dad.
She now owns two production companies, Poverty Row Entertainment and Tiny Apples, and has won several accolades for her work, including best director at the Venice Shorts Film Festival and a silver award for comedy at the Hollywood Gold Awards.
Anton James Pacino
Anton is Pacino's only son. He was born on January 25, 2001, when the "Scarface" actor was 60. His mother is Beverly D'Angelo, best known for playing Ellen Griswold in the "National Lampoon's Vacation" films. She was 49 at the time.
Speaking in an Instagram video earlier this month, D'Angelo shared that Anton and his twin sister Olivia were born via in vitro fertilization, four years after the couple first started trying for a baby together.
While Anton stays out of the public eye — D'Angelo wrote in the aforementioned Instagram post that he doesn't have social media — Pacino has spoken about him over the years.
A 2014 New Yorker article suggested Anton had an interest in boxing as Pacino had a punching bag on his patio that he said belonged to his then-13-year-old son.
In the same profile, his artistic talents were also highlighted when Pacino pointed out a watercolor painting on his fireplace and proudly told the interviewer: "My son painted this when he was four."
Olivia Rose Pacino
Olivia was born on January 25, 2001, to D'Angelo and Pacino.
Unlike her twin brother, Olivia is an active social media user and boasts 18,000 followers on Instagram. The 22-year-old, like most Gen Zers, is fond of posting photo dumps and photos featuring cutesy filters.
Sharing a photo of herself, her siblings, and their father on the red carpet at the Academy Awards in 2020, she wrote: "What a night! This has always been my dream as a kid."
That year, Pacino was up for best supporting actor for his performance in "The Irishman," but lost out to Brad Pitt for his role in "Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood."
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