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Al Pacino, 83, ‘expecting 4th child’ with girlfriend Noor Alfallah, 29


A combo image shows Noor Alfallah and Al Pacino.

Al Pacino is reportedly expecting his fourth child with girlfriend Noor Alfallah.

The 83-year-old Scarface star and Alfallah, 29, were publicly seen together, having dinner in April 2022.

According to a Page Six report from last year, the couple had been quietly dating ever since the pandemic. She recently shared a photo with the actor on her Instagram page.

According to TMZ, Alfallah is reportedly one month away from giving birth.

The Independent has contacted Pacino’s representatives for comment.

The news comes after Pacino’s regular co-star, Robert De Niro, announced the birth of his seventh child.

In an interview for ET Canada, the 79-year-old opened up about parenthood while promoting his film About My Father.

Interviewer Brittnee Blair started asking a question, stating: “I know you have six kids,” to which the actor corrected her, replying: “Seven, actually.”

“I just had a baby,” he revealed.

Pacino shares a daughter, Julie Marie, 33, with his ex-girlfriend Jan Tarrant. He also has 22-year-old twins Anton and Olivia with Beverly D’Angelo.

Recently, Al Pacino has teasingly taken credit for Harrison Ford’s illustrious career.

Pacino revealed he had originally been offered Ford’s role in the Star Wars franchise.

“When I first came up, I was the new kid on the block, you know what happens when you first become famous,” Pacino told the audience, according to Variety. “It’s like, ‘Give it to Al.’ They’d give me Queen Elizabeth to play.”

Pacino said he was given a “script called Star Wars” and had been offered “so much money.”

He explained that he “read it” but “didn’t understand it”.

“So I said I couldn’t do it,” Pacino said. “I turned down Star Wars.”

He then joked: “I gave Harrison Ford a career.”

Pacino’s documentary, Al Pacino, le Bronx et la fureur, was released in 2022. It was directed by Jean-Baptiste Péretié and features Steven Bauer, Marlon Brando, John Cazale and Francis Ford Coppola among others.

The Independent

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