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A lifelong fan of Shakespeare, Pacino directed and starred in Looking for Richard (1996), a documentary film about the play Richard III, a role which Pacino had earlier portrayed on-stage in 1977.
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Al Pacino was also in a relationship with actress, Beverly D’Angelo, with whom he has fraternal twins, Olivia Rose and Anton James.A method actor and former student of the HB Studio and the Actors Studio in New York City, where he was taught by Charlie Laughton and Lee Strasberg, Pacino made his feature film debut with a minor role in Me, Natalie (1969) and gained favorable notices for his lead role as a heroin addict in The Panic in Needle Park (1971).He achieved international acclaim and recognition for his breakthrough role as Michael Corleone in Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather (1972).Since 1994, Pacino has been the joint president of the Actors Studio with Ellen Burstyn and Harvey Keitel. To finance his acting studies, he took low-paying jobs as messenger, busboy, janitor, and postal clerk Pacino then joined the Herbert Berghof Studio (HB Studio), where he met acting teacher Charlie Laughton (not to be confused with the British actor Charles Laughton), who became his mentor and best friend. One would just want to hear him talk, because things he would say, you'd never heard before ... he loved actors so much." In 1968, Pacino starred in Israel Horovitz's The Indian Wants the Bronx at the Astor Place Theater, playing Murph, a street punk. Pacino and this production of The Indian Wants the Bronx traveled to Italy for a performance at the Festival dei Due Mondi in Spoleto.During later interviews he spoke about Strasberg and the Studio's effect on his career. Lee Strasberg hasn't been given the credit he deserves ... The play opened January 17, 1968, and ran for 177 performances; it was staged in a double bill with Horovitz's It's Called the Sugar Plum, starring Clayburgh. It was Pacino's first journey to Italy; he later recalled that "performing for an Italian audience was a marvelous experience".