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Al Pacino: The Authorized Biography (Charnwood Large Print)

Lawrence Grobel

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ISBN 10: 1846178037 / ISBN 13: 9781846178030
Published by Charnwood
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Title: Al Pacino: The Authorized Biography (...

Publisher: Charnwood

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:VERY GOOD

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Lawrence Grobel's intensely personal conversations with Al Pacino here reveal insights into the life of one of the most accomplished and private artists in the world. The pivotal character in THE GODFATHER trilogy and the cult classic SCARFACE, Pacino has been nominated for eight Academy Awards, and won the Oscar for Best Actor for his role in SCENT OF A WOMAN. Raised by his grandparents and mother, Pacino grew up sharing a small apartment in the Bronx with nine people. Having made it to The Herbert Berghof Studio, and acting school, he forged an enduring friendship with his mentor, renowned acting coach Charlie Laughton. It was Laughton who first recognised Pacino's potential, and prophetically informed the nineteen-year-old youth, 'You're going to be a star...'

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Lawrence Grobel is the New York Times bestselling coauthor with Montel Williams of Climbing Higher, as well as the author of the national bestseller Conversations with Capote and Conversations with Brando. A contributing editor at Playboy and Movieline's Hollywood Life, he has written for the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Details, Entertainment Weekly, and many others. The winner of a PEN Special Achievement Award, he is also the author of The Art of the Interview. He teaches at UCLA.

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