UPDATE 06/16/2023: Al Pacino, 82, has revealed the name and gender of his fourth child.
In a statement to The Daily Mail, Pacino wrote, “I am confirming that Al Pacino and Noor Alfallah have welcomed a son, named Roman Pacino.”
Roman is Pacino’s second son. He has two daughters: 33-year-old, Julie Marie, and 22-year-old Olivia. Anton, also 22, is twins with Olivia.
At the time of the pregnancy announcement, Pacino said, “It’s very special. It always has been. I’ve got many kids. But this is really special coming at this time.”
ORIGINAL ARTICLE: “Scarface” star Al Pacino announced that he and 29-year-old girlfriend Noor Alfallah are expecting their first child together. The announcement was confirmed via Pacino’s rep after TMZ first broke the news.
At the age of 83, Pacino will become a father to his fourth child soon as it’s reported that his girlfriend is almost at the end of her third trimester.
The news comes after Pacino’s long-term friend Robert De Niro also announced that he’d welcomed his seventh baby into his family.
Pacino currently is the father to 33-year-old Julie Marie whom he shares with ex-girlfriend Jan Tarrant, and a pair of 22-year-old twins Ashton and Olivia with ex-girlfriend Beverly D-Angelo.
Alfallah and Pacino’s relationship first came into the public eye after they were spotted together at the Felix Restaurant in Venice, California. Alfallah has been connected to many of Hollywood’s favorite silver foxes and rockstars as she’s previously linked to Mick Jagger and Clint Eastwood in her past.
Pacino publicly spoke about fatherhood in 2014 in an interview with The New Yorker where he spoke about his desire to not be like his own father who walked out on his family was Pacino was two. Pacino is devoted to being there for his children, saying that, when he and his children are not together it is “upsetting to me and them.”
“Having children has helped a lot. I consciously knew that I didn’t want to be like my dad. I wanted to be there. I have three children. I’m responsible to them. I’m a part of their life,” he said