Al Pacino, 83, and 29-year-old Noor Alfallah are expecting a baby, the actor’s representative confirmed Wednesday.
Pacino’s publicist, Stan Rosenfield, verified the news first published by TMZ, but said there would be no statement at this time. The baby would be Pacino’s fourth child. He has a 33-year-old daughter, Julie Marie, with acting coach Jan Tarrant and 22-year-old twins Anton and Olivia with actor Beverly D’Angelo.
Pacino and Alfallah reportedly began dating last year. She describes herself as a “raconteur” on her Instagram page and her IMDB page notes that she’s a producer on two movies currently in post-production, including the Pacino-starrer “Billy Knight.”
Pacino’s baby news follows close on the heels of longtime friend and fellow actor Robert De Niro’s own. A representative for the 79-year-old actor confirmed earlier this month that De Niro had become a father for the seventh time, but few other details – including the identity of the mother – were released.
As BBC News reports, Pacino’s representatives have now confirmed that the actor’s fourth child is set to arrive within the next month.
Pacino already has two children with Beverly D’Angelo (22-year-old twins named Anton and Olivia) and one child with Jan Tarrant (a 33-year-old daughter named Julie Marie).
Earlier this year, Pacino’s longtime friend and frequent co-star Robert De Niro revealed that he had quietly welcomed his seventh child.
The 79-year-old announced the news in an interview with Entertainment Tonight Canada while promoting his recent film, About My Father.
In other Al Pacino news, last month the actor joked that he was responsible for Harrison Ford’s acting career.