Al Pacino

Oh, that’s right. Al Pacino, one of the greatest actors of the 1970s and all time, broke out with 1971’s The Panic of Needle Park (still haunting) before beginning a run of ’70s hits that included not just the first two Godfather films but also Dog Day Afternoon (above), and Serpico.

In the ’80s, he mostly chose his shots carefully, settling on an iconic turn in Scarface. His spectacular ’90s run included an Oscar-winning role in Scent of a Woman — he’s ridiculously only one once, out of nine nominations — followed by Heat, Donnie Brasco, Devil’s Advocate and more.

Recent highlights include Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, The Irishman, and a hilarious role in House of Gucci. Like others on this list, he has finally moved into television (OK, streaming) with Amazon’s Hunters.

Pacino, 83, also appears this month with Michael Keaton in Knox Goes Away, which Keaton directed.

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